Big Blue is my ’09 Ram 2500 Cummins. The parts list includes: Volant cold-air intake, Fabtech 6-inch lift, dual 8-inch black stacks, Edge Juice with Attitude and Smarty ME, 35-inch Dick Cepek tires, and 17-inch American Racing wheels. I’ve also had a bunch of things Line-X’d, such as: the side steps, top of the rear bumper, top of the front bumper, bed, mirrors, and fender flares. She not only looks great, but she can run with the rest of the big boys—and she’s driven by me: a 5’1” chick with an attitude. Maybe I can get a feature with this!
Jennifer F. Scott
Maybe you can...maybe you definitely can.
Thank you for your time and responding to me on 8-Lug’s Facebook page. Please see the attachments for some quick pics I took of the models (mock-ups) we just completed.
Basically, my best friend and I have always been into trucks, and we started designing and fabricating products for our own rides a few years ago. Then some truck-nut friends of ours saw what we were doing and wanted some of the products. It has grown into a side business now, and I’ve been designing and creating new products in the custom truck world to market and sell.
I always wanted to get into this line of business, even when I was doing everything as a hobby. I’m currently part owner of a family excavation business that has surrounded me by diesels and big toys. I never owned a car and have almost always had a Power Stroke.
Thanks for your time. I’d appreciate any feedback you can offer. Also, I’m looking to market these and supply custom companies with what I have to offer. All our products are American-made by local shops in our area.
I love the magazine by the way—I never miss an issue. It makes my run to Walmart or Wegmans grocery store enjoyable!
Awesome-looking tip you got there, Bear. Seems like you should do well in the business.
How do I go about getting a subscription to 8-Lug Diesel Truck magazine for my brother?
Unfortunately, you can’t. We don’t have subs yet.