The Lowdown
Rolling Attire
Rims: Incubus Paranormals (Front): 18x7-inch (Rear):20x10-inch Paranormals
Tires Kumho (Front): 215/35R18 (Rear): 255/35R20

Chassis Modifications
Suspension type: Air
Rear suspension: 'Bags and four-link
'Bag size (Front): 2600 (Rear): 2500
Spindles: Belltech 2-inch drop spindles
Frame mods: Rear C-notch
Gas tank: Raised 2 inches for clearance
Detail work: Custom crossmembers
Performed by: Bud Gilliam
City/state: Fairburn, GA

Body Modifications
Shaved: Doors, hood squirters, taillights, and tailgate.
Front end: Envoy bumper, painted grille shell, Goodmark cowl induction hood, and a billet grille insert.
Rear end: Plexiglass rear window
Taillights: Shaved
Bed: Tubbed and bridged, holds the air suspension components, and was covered with a Gem Top tonneau cover.
Performed by: Lewis Pacheco
City/state: Forest Park, GA

Paint
Brand and colors: BASF Silver and Yellow.
Style: Two-tone
Performed by: Andy Wilson
City/state: Woodstock, GA

Interior
Seats: Stock seats trimmed 10 inches by Andy Wilson
Material: Leather
Dash: Smoothed and painted by Andy Wilson
Door panels: Shaved and built to hold 8-inch subs, by Tom Reece.
Center console: Shaved with iPod connection done by Tom Reece.
Flooring: Carpet
Headliner: Suede installed by Tom Reece
Performed by: Tom and Andy
City/state: Woodstock, GA, and Daytona Beach, FL

Stereo
Head unit: Kenwood 6019 head unit.
Amplifiers: Four JBL amplifiers rated at 2200 watts.
Speakers: 12 speakers mounted throughout the cab.
Additional components: Monitors mounted in the head unit and third door.
Performed by: Tom Reece
City/state: Daytona Beach, FL

Engine/Performance
Displacement: 4.3L
Model/year: '02 Sonoma
Number of cylinders: V-6
Fuel delivery: Fuel injection
Transmission: Five-speed transmission equipped with B&M shift kit
Intake: K&N cold air intake
Exhaust: Flowmaster
Driveshaft: Stock
Rear end type: 3.43 Positraction
Battery: Tsunami
Location: Front and rear
Detail work: Lots
Performed by: Alan Sensing
City/state: Fairburn, GA

Special Thanks By Owner:
The truck could not have been built without the assistance of the owner of Quality Collision Michael Richards, painter Andy Wilson, bodyman Luis Pacheco, audio tech Tom Reece, suspension pro Bud Gilliam, and finally my wife Cara Sensing, and our daughter Mattie.