Some colors are easily recognizable from your past life experiences: John Deere Green, Plum Crazy Purple, Hugger Orange, etc. These colors instantly dig up some sort of memory associated with it, whether it's a bulldozer on a construction site in Caterpillar Yellow or a Grabber Blue Mustang at top speed around the track, you can certainly associate a color to a memory.
When this Ram 2500 was completed, we couldn't get the world famous 'Cookie Monster' out of our heads. Obviously, the Blue Streak Pearl paint job from the factory was the main reason for this, but an 8-10" Air Suspension Lift Kit, 20" American Force Wheels and 40x15.50R20 Toyo Open Country M/T tires make this thing a monster.
This truck certainly appeals to a crowd that loves the 'more tire, less wheel' look thanks to the 40x22" wheel/tire combo. The rest of this build was really quite simple. Well, as simple as a lifted Cummins on 40's could be! Fusion Bumpers on the front and rear gave us a great place to mount high quality Rigid Industries light bars up front for seeing everything in front. Another set of light bars in the rear bumper make for a great stress reliever while backing up at night. Since the Toyo M/T's will provide plenty of grip for this big Ram, Bushwacker fender flares were matched 'Cookie Monster Blue' to help protect the paint. What began as an ordinary truck with an uncommon paint scheme finished with as a monster Cummins that we wouldn't trade for all the cookies in the world.