Dodge Ram 3500 Double Dually at the 2010 SEMA Show

Dodge Ram 3500 Double Dually at the 2010 SEMA Show

We've arrived in Las Vegas for the SEMA Show, the world's largest aftermarket and replacement parts expo.

What's the first vehicle to catch our eye? It's this incredible Dodge Ram 3500 double dually from Snow Performance, experts in turbos and water-methanol injection in diesel and gas engines. We've got a feeling they're going need all the power they can muster to turn that Ram's front quad rolling stock.

In case you're wondering, it's wearing four Nitto Trail Grappler MT 37X13.50R22 tires on each side.

Dodge Ram 3500 Double Dually at the 2010 SEMA Show

Comments

So glad they did this with a Dodge and not a Ford...

Now that looks cool as hell .

If it were a Ford they would have done a Triple wheely LOL This has no purpose but neither do most of the other car/trucks at SEMA!

Wish they would allow lay people in like they did before. Going to SEMA jump started at least two projects for me and I don't know how many for my buddies. Now, you "have to be in the biz" :(

Just because you can do it, doesn't mean you should do it. What a waste of money and time.

Dodge tow mirrors are hideous.

Why not use the new Ram?

Useless but looks cool.

Now this is cool!!!

Scrub radius be damned!

Very nice but needs serious offroad wheel well molding for debris/mud protection.

You can't turn the truck since the front dual wheel will eat the fenders and bumper. Would need an even bigger lift to compensate for body sway while cornering also.

Needs some flared fenders for the front to match the rear flares.

looks cool, like most of the vehicles at sema.

Wow

Sicc truck but it is useless

Did anyone notice that its a mega cab long bed? Didn't make `em at the factory THAT way on that generation of Dodge. URL on the tailfenders says it all...

it needs a pair of dually fenders molden into the frtont doors.

WTF EVER!!!!!!!!! DUMB!!!!!!!!!!!!

To all the people who said this is done. Just realize diesels compete in sled pulling. And getting power to the ground is key. So the extra tires would help give more traction. Just saying.

whats the purpose of making it?i know that a lot of what some of these "Sema" vehicles do show a better way,but this?..dont get it?

AWESOME. Not practical. But way cool.
I would like to see how it does in the mud and snow.
I bet it uses up 4 parking spaces.

EPIC I WOULD DRIVE THE HELL OUT OF IT!!!!!!!!!!!

that dodge dubble dully is bad ass go dodge

Hey Ken what problem do you have with Fords?

I had that same ideal. will you sell me a truck like this?



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