This 1995 Dodge Ram 2500 Built By Craig S. is a truck built with a purpose! Not only is it a good looking truck, it's a tribute to his best friend. Craig took over this Cummins after his best friend passed away. Since then, he's been
working hard building it up to be exactly what his friend wanted. Right now, the truck sits with a leveling kit on 18x12 Fuel Hostage Wheels and 325/60/18 tires. Along with aesthetic and performance upgrades it's easy to see he's done a great job so far and has more plans for it in the future. 1995 Dodge Ram 2500 Built By Nick S.208150.00
This Electric Blue 1995 Ram 2500 built by Nick S. features a long list of performance goodies under-the-hood. Sitting on 20 x 9 BMF Novakane wheels this truck has a tough stance and performs just as well on the street or the track! The P-Pump on this truck has been modified including some fuel plate modifications as well as 4k governor springs and 191 delivery valves. The 7x12 injectors spool the BD-Power Super "B" Special Turbocharger and the NV4500 puts the power to the ground. Along with a handful of other mods, it's easy to see how Nick left no stone unturned while building his Cummins!
1997 Dodge Ram 2500 Built By Cade B.442940.00
This clean 2nd Gen. built by Cade B. not only looks good on the exterior, but features plenty of upgrades under the hood. A set of 20" wheels and a 3.5" lift kit help give it a more aggressive stance and add some additional ground clearance. Under the hood the 5.9L Cummins has been upgraded with a set of ARP Head Studs, Industrial Injection Pistons, Push Rods, and Valve Springs as well as a a Wicked Wheel to increase the boost. An Attitude Adjuster allows precise in-cab fuel adjustment to go along with the aftermarket fuel injectors and Air Dog 150 GPH Air/Fuel Separation System. Finally a 4" MBRP Exhaust helps to improve the exhaust flow and improve the sound of this 12V Cummins.
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