D.I.Y. Daily Driver
Jared Halbert lives in Wylie, Texas, and he believes that his '08 Ford F-150 FX2 is hotter than the triple digit summer weather in his hometown. Jared prefers to work on his truck himself, and in the year and a half he has owned his truck, he has dropped the rear two inches, hooked up a dual exit Flowmaster exhaust system, Volant intake, and has slapped on a set of 20-inch Pro Comp wheels and Pirelli Scorpion 275/55R20 tires. Jared is also in the process of fattening up his piggy bank so he can purchase a RoushCharger in the near future.
Shawn Nilson, from Leduc, Alberta, Canada, is the owner/operator of his own trucking business, so its only natural that his 'small' truck would be sporting a 12-inch Bulletproof Suspension lift and a 3-inch body lift on top of that. Shawn's '08 Nissan Titan rolls on a set of 20x10-inch RBP 91R wheels and 40-inch Mickey Thompson Baja Claw tires, which is an awesome combination for a truck of its stature.
Trucks Are For Girls
Angela Schlenker, from sunny San Diego, California, only waited a month after purchasing her '05 Ford Ranger before she had it lifted with a 51/2-inch Fabtech kit and outfitted with chrome 15x8-inch Helo Max wheels and 33-inch BFG tires. While she was at it, Angela also added a billet grille and a serious sound system, which features a Pioneer deck and two 10-inch JL Audio W3 subs. Angela still has a few items to check off on her 'to-do' list but, for now, she couldn't be happier with her rugged Ranger.
Wesley Sparlin has his work cut out for him since he is a body shop manager in his hometown of Joplin, Missouri. Little by little, he has been able to make progress on his late model GMC Sierra by first adding a Cervini's custom hood, then color matching the grille, welding in a roll pan, and shaving the tailgate handle. Wesley has lowered the rear just enough to level out his truck's overall stance. Future plans include a fully custom, rocker laying, air suspension setup, a new set of 22-inch wheels, and a supercharger.
Razor Sharp Blazer
Kyle Carlson is a 17-year-old with vision. His '98 Chevy S-10 Blazer 4WD was much too tall for his liking, so he made one call to Belltech, which solved that problem. When Kyle bought his truck, it was missing the front end and there was damage from a previous accident on the passenger side, but nothing that lots of quality aftermarket parts couldn't fix. RVM 18-inch wheels and Kumho Venture tires make for a perfect rolling combo and the two-tone paint scheme is comprised of half C4 Corvette black and stock Victory Red hues. Kyle is nowhere near finished with his radical daily driver, so be on the lookout.