Last month we took our '10 Ram 3500 to a local Dodge dealership to get some Mopar upgrades. This truck is our base-model bruiser that is earning monthly upgrades to make it more useful and off-roadable. It started as a basic ST package Ram with vinyl seats, floor mats, a Cummins diesel, and manual transmission. Last month this no-frills killer grew up a little with a Mopar leveling kit and 35-inch BFG's on the stock steel wheels.
We decided a few aftermarket upgrades were next on the list, but nothing extreme, as this truck should be everyman's everything 4x4. The truck does tow rig duties most of the time and also serves as daily driver and general junk hauler, but we really dream of more backcountry exploring. We envision traveling desolate dirt tracks, finding scenic campsites, and basically hanging out in the woods, desert, or wherever for a few days-maybe hunting, hiking, mountain biking, kayaking, prospecting, or just escaping. In fact, we did just that in last month's inaugural White Truck Road Trip.
To make our truck the perfect base camp, we recently added a rugged Caravan Camper on the back. It's seems the trend of building expedition vehicles is in full swing these days, but we like to call this our "white work truck that gets to go exploring on vacation days."