SEMA Trucks: Full Flex Customs Camo Cummins
Each year the SEMA Show is flooded with amazing automobiles, lifted trucks, lower street rods, resto-mod classics and late model monsters all in the name of automotive customization. There’s something for everyone’s taste from the insane over-the-top to capable daily drivers. BDS Suspension attends this annual show out in Las Vegas and continues to make quite the statement with show vehicles scattered throughout the show grounds on display in exhibitor booths and featured vehicle spots.
If you’ve seen the work that comes out of Full Flex Customs in TX you’ve seen this 2013 Ram 2500, or maybe you haven’t, after all it is wrapped in Realtree camo. Eric Billings, owner of this monster took the original concept and turned this Megacab into a show worthy hunting truck. With hundreds of hours invested, the detail of this truck must be seen in person to full appreciate.
Up front the truck sports a Road Armor stealth front bumper, Rigid duallys and a pair of Monster Hook swivel hooks . The grill was swapped out for a custom Royalty Core unit that houses a recessed 20” Rigid lightbar. Projection headlights came from Plain & Simple and were wrapped in camo and feature a Full Flex logo on the lenses. Up top a 50” Rigid light bar was wrapped in camo before getting mounted to the roof. Extra altitude comes from a 8” BDS 4-link long arm kit stretched to 10” using a pair of 2” BDS coil spacers. The kit was powdercoated bronze and features triple front Fox 2.0 shocks and a dual 9500 steering stabilizer. A BD Diesel steering box brace was also installed to help the stock box hold up to the increased steering duties. Out back a set BDS leaf springs, blocks and Fox 2.0 shocks level the stance and give plenty of clearance for 38×13.50×24 Nitto Trail Grappler meats mounted on a set of black-camo finished 24×14 American Force Recons. The bed was spray lined and a Royalty Core headache rack was installed in the bed along with a tool box for extra storage. A Road Armor bumper was added for extra protection along with a camo’d Monster Hook and Rigid lights. The tail lights came from Plain & Simple and are wrapped in camo to match the rest of the truck. Inside the cab, the Realtree Max 5 camo is used throughout to cover the seats and interior components.
This truck is still a work in progress for Eric and being as new as the truck is, some of the upgrades weren’t available in time for SEMA. This Camo Cummins will continue being built into one bad ass Ram that steals the show anywhere it goes.