Who said you can't be comfortable while in the heat of battle? Jeff is an air-conditioning contractor in Arizona (which is probably why he could afford this project), so he was sure to make the A/C in the beast work. The Line-X coating on the floor dramatically reduces the interior noise level. Three comfortable MasterCraft seats fill the interior and can comfortably accommodate a three-passenger excursion.
You can't go on the offensive without some entertainment. A Pioneer head unit sporting XM Radio supplies a set of 10-inch 'woofers and door-mounted splits with all the frequencies through 800 watts of Rockford Fosgate power. The level of competition is not reduced by the comfort. Also inserted into the interior of the desert runner is a Lowrence GPS and PCI three-link radio system with headsets.
Talk about going from tactical to practical, this assault vehicle is ready for warfare any day of the week. Only in a place like America could you enjoy freedoms such as these. For those who believe warfare isn't worth it, you better ask the men and women paying for your freedom with their lives. The truth is that we form our opinions about critical events based on information we ourselves can't confirm or deny. Getting solid information from the media is tough because you can't get a fact without the added opinion of some reporter who would no sooner know what's really going on than you. Being able to have a voice and opinion is what America is all about. So while you're voicing your opinion on the matters of the world, keep in mind that we have a responsibility to our youth and ourselves to keep our freedom out of harm's way. Thanks to the type of suspension technology employed on Jeff's prerunner, we'll be able to do just that.
Jeff Darland/Peoria, Arizona
'98 Chevy Silverado
403ci Small-Block; 525 Hp And 600 Lb-Ft Of Torque
5,825 Pounds At Curb Weight
Front: A-Arms With 26 Inches Of Travel
3-Inch Coilovers And 3-Inch Bypass Dampers