The 2019 Ram 2500 HD gets 170 new aftermarket parts from Mopar
Ram knows that lots of people who buy its trucks like to modify and customize them.
That's why Mopar, Fiat Chrysler's in-house accessory and service division, plans to offer 170 different parts for the new Ram 2500 HD when it launches later this year.
And this concept is designed to highlight just a handful of them.
This Ram twenty-five hundred has been outfitted with Morar parts to reflect how you might upgrade your truck for off roading.
On the outside, for instance, we've got seventeen inch B lock wheels with a supplemental spare tire carrier in the bed and a powder coated sport bar.
On top of that sport bar, you'll find five five inch led spot lights and they're wired up to a special auxiliary switch panel inside the truck's cab Moving inside, look for details like new rubber slush mats and brushed, stainless steel door sill plates, which are really nice dress-up parts for this truck.
Of course that's just a small portion of the Mopar accessories that will be offered for the new heavy-duty truck, including things like fed extenders, cargo ramps and more.
Mopar parts, of course, can be bought as your local dealership and are tested to the same standards as the regular In their truck, and Mopars does make parts for every FCA brand, not just Ram, so you'll also find the division offers goodies for Jeeps, including the new Gladiator pickup truck.
For more on the Mopar modified Ram 2500 HD, be sure to visit us at theroadshow.com.
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