It's a predicament so many of us wish we were stuck in—how to make the most capable, most comfortable, and the most powerful Ram ever, better. For Mario Williams of the Buffalo Bills, his answer was simple—take it to the extreme. As the owner of several custom cars and trucks, Mario wanted a truck that was blacked-out and borderline stealth. To achieve this lofty goal, the crew at Extreme Offroad, in Katy, Texas, added a black-powdercoated 10-inch Full Throttle Suspension lift kit with black FTS 2.0 shocks, 24x12 American Force Alpha SF8 wheels, and 38-inch-tall Nitto Trail Grappler mud-terrain tires. The Ram was looking mean as all get out, but to help it fit Mario's stealth request, the team at Extreme blacked-out the grille, added black Recon projector lights, and smoked the Recon LED taillights. A giant black exhaust tip keeps the theme rolling. Inside the Mega Cab, the Longhorn's Western-themed interior was left alone. A classy off-road brawler is hard to achieve, but this all-black Ram HD is simply elegant.

Inside the Build

Year Make Model:
2013 Ram HD Mega Cab
Owner and City/State:
Mario Williams • Houston, Texas

Type: 6.7L I-6 turbodiesel
Induction: K&N cold-air intake
Exhaust: Magnaflow cat-back

Transmission: Six-speed automatic

Front suspension: Full Throttle Suspension 10-inch with FTS 2.0 shocks
Rear suspension: Full Throttle Suspension 8-inch with FTS 2.0 shocks

Wheels & Tires
Wheels: 24x14 American Force Alpha SF8
Tires: 38x13.50R24 Nitto Trail Grappler M/T