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AEV Ram Truck Conversion Package Priced at $13,925 – Video, Photo Gallery

When the Ram Trucks brand showcased the Ram 1500 Rebel, fans of the big rig-like pickup truck were split in two factions: "man, I like that bravado," and "get it out of my face." For those that appreciate proper off-road capability from a full-size pickup truck, the AEV Ram Truck conversion is a better deal.
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Compared to the Rebel, American Expedition Vehicles' take on the Ram pickup truck is a heavy-duty proposition. There's no package available for the Ram 1500. What that means is more capability, a proper crosshair radiator grille, and some serious offroading credentials thanks to a Cummins Diesel motor.

Officially dubbed the AEV Prospector, this turn-key package costs from $13,925 and goes up to $25,000 if you want the full nelson. This is on top of the MSRP of a Ram 2500 or 3500. The bottom line is that we're dealing with a truck that easily surpasses the $50,000 mark, but you're getting a lot of off-road capability for those stacks of green dollar bills.

Covered by a 3-year/36,000-mile warranty, the AEV Prospector package starts with a 4-mm blacked-out front bumper that can be equipped with a 16,500-pound winch. Iron tow loops are incorporated in the bumper, promising to exceed current OEM load specs. On the visual front, modifications also include a hood decal, black painted crosshair grille and rear bumper, AEV badges on the headrests and instrument cluster, as well as a serialized plaque to remind you this is an AEV.

Under the body shell lies a DualSport SC suspension system. Its purpose is to increase wheel travel for extreme off-road action, as well as the ground clearance. The increase in ground clearance lets the owner enhance the AEV Ram with rubber up to 37 inches big. On an ending note, this bad boy pickup truck can be equipped with two designs of cast A356/T6 aluminum wheels.



 
 
 
 
 

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