BEING THE BOSSMAN

2015 RAM 3500

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BEING THE BOSSMAN

2015 RAM 3500

Everybody acts like they are just a bit busier or working a little harder every time the boss walks by. When Aaron Castenada rolls up to a job site, we're sure all of his workers know just who showed up. With his 2014 Ram 3500 Mega Cab Dually being known as 'Big Chief', the truck commands respect everywhere it goes. However, Aaron's truck didn't always look this way. The truck was first built with a conventional, rough riding spring lift kit and the factory black/gold Longhorn exterior. When Aaron decided the truck needed a change within the first year of it being fully built, he knew exactly what he wanted to do. Aaron took the truck back to Branded Customs in Garland, Texas for a full makeover. The existing lift kit was yanked out in favor the Kelderman 8-10" 4-Link Air Suspension Lift Kit. When equipped with the Hadley SAMS 4X4 Electronic Air Control System, the big dually can now lower from it's 8-10" 'ride height' with the push of a button making it easy for Aaron to store in his garage at the 4" 'dumped height' setting. At the 8-10" 'ride height', Big Chief rides comfortably on 38x13.50R24 Nitto Trail Grappler M/T tires and polished American Force 'Freedom' dually wheels. The black/gold factory paint had lost it's appeal and Big Chief was wrapped in a matte silver vinyl wrap by the crew at Branded Customs. A custom blue powder coat on the suspension matched a custom finish in the headlights to pull the silver/blue theme together. Although Aaron had another great Ram dually to drive, he added even more parts to the build after this photoshoot including Fusion Bumpers front and rear, American Force's new line of 'Super Dually wheels, custom blue Monster Hooks and a custom grille before it was finally unveiled at the 2015 SEMA Show in Las Vegas. After it's week long stint in the desert, Big Chief now resides back home in Texas letting everyone know that when the Bossman shows up, you better get to work.