I'm impressed. You guys are very observant.
Can anyone give some insight on the actual truck's "suspension"? As in...what is holding the weight of the truck up in the air? As mentioned, I see no springs. Is it possible those are all hydraulic cylinders?
Also, the see-thru differential covers are genious for a show-truck. I believe the chrome, powder-coat, and see-thru diff covers determine that this is a trailer queen, trophy wearin, show truck only. I'd kinda hate to see mud get on that chromed suspension work anyway!
I love the front end with PIAA lights on that sweet front bumper/guard! Those headlights are surely ABOVE the legal height limit though...aren't they!?
Edit: Now that I take a second look, I realize I was oblivious to the hydraulic plumbing the first time I looked at the pics. It's got an extensive hydraulic system on it, from suspension to steering!
The Black Beast 5.0
Better to Have Horsepower and not Need it, than to Need it and not Have it!
2000 Ranger Sport - 5.0L V8 - 8.8 LS rear