of the truck is of the utmost importance to both Mcgaughty and Dyer, and this kit accomplishes its smooth ride and factorylike fitment by keeping as many of the OEM specifications—like driveline, brake cables, and so on—as possible.
Since so much time and energy was put into the Mcgaughy’s suspension to get this kit just right, it arrived to Dyer at the very last minute. It was then shipped off to Prismatic Powder Coating, which was the last major obstacle to making the SEMA deadline. Dyer picked up the powdercoated suspension parts less than a week before he needed to be on the road headed to Vegas.
Dyer says, “No matter how hard you plan, it’s always something, mostly small, but just enough to ball things up.” Building topquality show trucks on such a tight timeline, and on a just-released new vehicle, is always a serious challenge. Powdercoating was the big holdup on this build, but Dyer managed to get the truck all put together and make the show on time.
A suspension system from Mcgaughy’s gets the Ram up in the air and riding right.
Protecting both the front and rear of Jeff Dyer’s Ram is a set of Fusion bumpers packed full of Rigid LED lights.