09 December 2007

Dodge Ram BFT at SEMA

The Dodge Ram is a workhorse, and when it comes to those driving and purposefully using the heavy-duty truck there is only one thing that can never get big enough: the box. The Dodge Ram BFT, whether you want to call it Built For Towing or Big Fine Truck, is based on the Dodge Ram Heavy Duty with 160-inch wheelbase combined with a standard cab leaving a 10 foot box on the back.

But not all is just for purpose, the BFT has full length polished bed and side steps, a 6.inch suspension lift and 22.5 inch wheels from Alcoa. The BFT is powered by a 6.7 liter Cummins turbo diesel engine which provides plenty of hauling and towing power.

“Built for towing,” the Dodge Ram BFT is also one “big fine truck.” Designed to be the “ultimate” workhorse, the vehicle will appeal to the hardcore truck buyer. And there’s one thing the heavy-duty trucker can never get enough of: a bigger box.

The design team placed a standard cab on a 160-in. Dodge Ram Heavy Duty wheelbase frame so the 9.4-ft chopper fits snuggly in the 10-ft. box. The team also accommodated the dually setup with a 6-in. suspension lift kit from Superlift and Alcoa’s 22.5-in. 10-lug semi wheels. The BFT also features full-length polished bed and step rails.

The Ram BFT has a Banks-enhanced 6.7-liter Cummins turbodiesel engine that is mated to an automatic transmission.

In the end, the Ram BFT provides “maximum” hauling and towing power. And isn’t dependability, durability and capability what Ram life is all about?

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