Alberta Boys Custom did a fantastic job with this 2018 GMC Denali Dually with a Frost White Pearl coating, which has been nicknamed The Boar. This video gives you a great look of this beast out in the snow. With the Alberta Boys Custom team based out of Canada, there is plenty of snow to play in. For this truck its all about the details. There are custom-painted badges that match the frost white pearl exterior with hand-painted black edges for a subtle, but bold look.  This rig was built up for an adventure and ready for anything that comes its way. Tell us your thoughts in the comments below.

Build Specs: 2018 GMC Denali Dually

BDS 4.5" Lift System
35x12.50 Toyo M/T Tires
22" Fuel custom finish wheels

The Alberta Boys Custom team goes all out for their reveal videos, so be sure to check out the one above as well as keep up on all their builds by following them on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.

Don Fenton and his crew at Off Road Outlaw Fabrication in Lexington, NC came to the 2017 SEMA Show to make a statement. They’ve built some cool builds in the past, but they pulled out all of the stops on this 2017 Ford F350 Super Duty Dually Diesel. Among the laundry list of mods this truck features a BDS 8″ 4-Link DSC Coilover System with BDS dual stabilizers and Recoil traction bars, Magnum uFit bumpers-grille-steps, and 40″ Toyo M/Ts on 22″ Mayhem wheels. Check out the video for more on this Super Duty and keep an eye out for it in upcoming publications with SEMA coverage.

Orange with envy… Michael Dalton of RLC Motorsports in Cookville, TN fancies himself a Cummins man, building numerous RAM trucks for tow rigs, drag trucks and even daily drivers. WIth a bright orange single cab RAM drag truck in his fleet Dalton figured it was time to try his hand at building a Powerstroke so he picked up a single cab 2017 F350 Super Duty Dually Diesel to use for a new shop promotional tow rig. Wrapped in bright orange to match his  drag truck, this truck rolls on a BDS 8″ 4-Link DSC Coilover System with dual steering stabilizer, Recoil traction bars, 40″ Fury M/Ts on 26″ American Forces, Body Guard bumpers and a whole lot more… Check out the overview video on thie truck and keep an eye out for an upcoming feature on this truck in the pages of Diesel World Magazine along with BDS’s Project SD126.


SEMA Trucks: Freedom Fighter turned Big Thug

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.

Several years ago we got hooked up with Kelly Fromm, a retired US veteran with an eye for building some amazing rides. Kelly runs the Rev-It-Up for Wounded Warriors Memorial Tour,  a mobile memorial raising awareness and funds for wounded veterans. The tour has featured several vehicles from a 700+ hp Camaro (Veteran 1) and custom widebody ZL1 Camaro, to a ’10 Silverado (Fallen Warrior) and ’12 Chevy Dually (Freedom Fighter) tow rig all decked out with the lasted accessories and far-from-bashful patriotic graphics. With hundreds of thousands of dollars raised for wounded veterans, Kelly’s efforts are making a difference for disabled veterans coming back from oversees. Recently, however, a very unpatriotic and malicious act occurred. Kelly’s dually was vandalized, the graphics keyed and the truck damaged before its scheduled stop at the 2013 SEMA Show. With the show just around the corner, Kelly pulled the vinyl, fixed the body and opted for a fresh coat of cyber gray paint for a stealthy appearance. With the new look, Freedom Fighter became known as Big Thug.

Up front an Iron Cross bumper was installed for added protection. Rigid LEDs and a Warn winch were then installed to improve its recovery and visibility. The grill was swapped out for the RX3 model from RBP. Headlights were converted to Anzo USA projection units and up top a 50” LED light bar was installed. To improve the ground clearance a BDS 6.5” high clearance lift was installed along with Fox 2.0 shocks giving plenty of room to clear 35×12.50×22 Toyo M/Ts mounted up on 22 American Force Independence wheels. Iron Cross steps offer increased protection and make accessing the cab a bit easier. Out back an ARE “Z Series” cap was installed to add plenty of dry storage space and a CargoGlide rack system. Firestone airbags help keep the truck level when towing/hauling heavy loads. Under the hood the stock 6.6L Duramax was given some extra attention from an AEM cold air intake,  Edge Products Evolution CTS tuner, and a custom exhaust system. Inside the cab features Alga leather wrapped seats, a custom 3500-watt MTX stereo system and custom gauges to monitor the trucks vitals.

With the remodel, Big Thug continues to be Kelly’s primary tow rig hitting up events around the country for an amazing cause. We wish him the best and looking forward to  a continuing our partnership in the future. For more on the Rev-It-Up for Wounded Warriors Memorial Tour check it out the website or see the Rev-It-Up Tour Facebook page. For more on this ride head to BDS’s Facebook Page.