Year/Make/Model: 2014 Ram 2500 Laramie Limited
Owner and City/State: Keith Federspiel; Denver, Colorado
Front Suspension: Kelderman air-ride 8-10-inch lift, Firestone 8979 airbags, Hadley electronic control unit, Carli Suspension sway bar kit, adjustable track bar, Fox shocks, steering stabilizer, Sinister diesel steering gearbox stabilizer kit, all parts powdercoated with Prismatic Powders transparent copper
Rear Suspension: Kelderman 8-10-inch air-ride, Firestone 8979 airbags, Hadley electric controlled, Fox shocks, driveshafts front and rear painted by Supreme Carstar Autobody, two AMK compressors, two 3-gallon capacity tanks
Engine: 6.7 Cummins turbodiesel, S&B cold-air intake, Magnaflow turbo back exhaust with DEF delete, EFI Live tunes, BD throttle sensitivity booster
Transmission: ATS convertor and deep pan
Rearend: 4:10 ratio Yukon
Body/Paint: House of Kolor Transparent Copper undercarriage painted by Supreme Carstar Autobody in Commerce City, Colorado, mirrors and door handles painted to match, custom headlights painted by Supreme Carstar, Fusion front and rear bumpers, Fibertech Ram air hood, Royalty Core grille, Rigid Industries Midnight Series lighting in bumpers, grille and rocklights illuminate the suspension, S-Pod control unit, AMI Demon hooks on front and rear bumpers, Hornblasters train horns, Retrax power tonneau cover, AMP Research power steps
Interior: Custom painted to match black and House of Kolor Transparent Copper, A,B,and C-pillar trim sanded smooth and finished in black, custom black suede headliner
Stereo: Memphis Audio sound system, custom fiberglass enclosure, two 10-inch subwoofers, Wetsounds soundbar located in bed
Wheels & Tires:
Wheels: 24×14; American Force Nightmare, faceplates powdercoated to match
Tires: 40×15.50R24; Nitto Trailgrappler
Special Thanks From Owner: Mario Ramos, Frank Almeida, Darin Dunn, Jason Pearson, my family, my girlfriend Kris Bronco, Johnny Ramirez, Jerry Kahl, TJ Hill, Joel Chan, Beau Clover & Johnny, my entire crew at Supreme Carstar and my stepfather George Gibson.
After the Ram was built, Keith brought it back to his shop and began the interior work, having his paint rep color matching in sections so he could keep driving the truck locally. The next step was adding a custom Ram Air hood and refinishing the bumpers to give them a cleaner look. Once that was done, a Hadley four-corner electronic control system with smart air management was installed which allowed the Ram to now be adjusted with a controller from 6 to 16 inches.