Ultra Truckworks, located in Elk Grove, California, body-dropped Eric Tiffany's '01 S-10 Xtreme onto DJM spindles and Airlift Easy Street suspension, in both the front and rear, to lay frame on 18-inch Boyd Coddington Fury wheels and Nitto rubber tires. Other additions to the exterior included a Sir Michael's roll pan, a Street Scene speed grille, Cal-Vu mirrors, and TYC clear lights all around. Inside, an Alpine head unit and a Soundstream Rubicon amp control power to two JL Audio 12-inch subs, while another Rubicon powers the Alpine Type R components throughout the cab.

SoCal Super Duty
As far as we know, there aren't a lot of places to take a truck off-road around Burbank, California, but Cody Morgan found a spot. His '99 F-250 rides on a Pro-Comp lift and 20-inch wheels, Fox shocks, and 37-inch Nitto Mud Grapplers. The V-10 gets a boost from an Aero exhaust, a K&N intake, and a Superchips programmer, while Rockford Fosgate components fill the cab.

Ryan Kimmey has been driving and customizing his '95 S-10 SS for 5 years and still has plans for more modifications. So far, a custom paint job with green pearl over black sets the truck apart with its '97 Blazer front clip, full shave, Goodmark hood, and painted plastics. Together, a Belltech 3/5 drop and 17-inch Eagle wheels provide better handling, while a rebuilt 4.3L V-6 with a Comp cam, forged pistons, K&N intake, and Flowmaster exhaust give Ryan more power and better sound. Even with the added performance and a Zexel limited-slip to help put it to the ground, a V-8 swap is still in the works.

Prepare For Descent
Las Vegas resident Tony Musante has been working on his Explorer for a few years, focusing his efforts on the audio and the body. Door handles are long gone, and so are the holes from the roof rack and antenna. An Eclipse CD4000 head unit controls eight JL Audio 10-inch subs, and two Total Audio 500/1 and one 400/4 amps powering 6-1/2-inch component speakers. Next in line, a full airbag suspension is planned to drop the truck over its 22-inch Greed Highrollers.