The four-wheel-drive community is comprised of many types of rigs. For some, it's all about having a spotless, mean-looking, massive rig that towers over everything else. These owners have as much deep-seated passion for their rigs as the trail, desert racing, or rockcrawling rig owner.
Chance Kamp is like that. This Richmond, Texas, resident has a history of building big, ultra-clean, in-your-face rigs. This show-quality '05 GMC 2500 HD is his latest creation, and it utilizes some of the products he sells at his Texas-based All Out Offroad shops. The truck was designed to meld old-school brawn with the latest in truck-customizing trends. When Kamp isn't showing the truck or using it as a daily commuter, he says it serves him well during trips to the coastline around Matagorda for some beach exploration.
A collection of bolt-ons adorn the exterior of the rig. There's a front-mounted N-fab Pre-runner bar with three PIAA lights, side-mounted N-fab Nerf-Steps, and an N-fab Rear-runner bar with a pair of PIAA lights. There's also a set of Bushwacker Pocket Style fender flares. All of these components have been painted to match the color of the truck. Rounding out the exterior mods is a Lund billet-aluminum Elliptical grille, a bed-mounted spare, and a set of 22x11 MKW MK19 chrome wheels pressed into a set of 40x15.5 Toyo Open Country M/T tires.
The rear of the truck received 13 inches of lift via Full Throttle leaf springs. It also features four chrome Fox remote-reservoir shocks, a custom N-fab axle truss, and a pair of custom ladder bars. Like the front, all of the suspension components were either powdercoated or chromed. The rear axle, like the front, was regeared with Yukon 4.56:1 gears and the factory limited-slip rear differential was retained. Check out that tailpipe. It's the culmination of an MBRP exhaust that was cut and custom bent to exit from the center of the vehicle.
Inside the truck, Kamp kept things simple yet functional. He tastefully integrated a DVD p
The 6.6L Duramax diesel engine received some proven upgrades like an Airaid intake system,
Here you can see the attention to detail found under the GMC. The frame was completely str
Fourteen inches of front suspension lift is generated by a Full Throttle kit. The front su
Owner: Chance Kamp/Richmond, Texas
Vehicle/Model: '05 GMC 2500 HD Crew Cab
Estimated value: $75,000
Type: 6.6L Duramax Diesel V-8
Aspiration: Airaid intake system, Edge five-level controller, MBRP 4-inch-diameter exhaust
Output, hp/torque (estimated): N/A
Transmission: Allison five-speed
Transfer case: Stock two-speed
Front: Full Throttle 14-inch-lift, double shock hoop kit, Fox remote-reservoir shocks
Rear: Full Throttle 13-inch-lift, Fox remote-reservoir shocks, N-fab custom truss, custom ladder bars
Rear: AAM/factory limited-slip
Ring-and-pinion: 4.56:1 Yukon Gear
Wheels: 22x11 MKW MK19 chrome
Tires: 40x15.5-22 Toyo Open Country M/Ts