Jentry Poole's Truck Next Door

Casper, Wyoming

January 2017 Cummins, Feature My Truck, Feature DT Staff

My truck is a single-wheel one-ton 2010 Dodge Cummins that I nicknamed Champagne Taste. On the performance side, it has an H&S Mini Maxx tuner with custom tunes, a five-inch MBRP stainless TBE and six-inch angled MBRP tip, and an aFe stage 2 cold air intake.

On the exterior, it’s leveled with upgraded shocks all around, an air bag system in the rear, 20-inch polished aluminum super single style semi wheels, 305/55/r20 Pro Comp A/T tires, and a Herd polished aluminum front bumper. It also has all the exterior lights changed to Recon LEDs with seven cab lights instead of five, everything is paint-matched including mirrors and window visors, it’s de-badged, and it has a spray-in bed liner and a B&W turnover gooseneck ball.

The interior has a custom mount for the Mini Maxx, all lights changed to Recon LEDs, and WeatherTech floor mats. I am going to second-gen swap the truck in the very near future with a Fleece Performance kit, including a Borg Warner S464 turbo and a Steed Speed one-piece exhaust manifold. I also want to do a built transmission, as well as a FASS 150 lift pump. The truck is my baby; it is very well taken care of and it is used for a little bit of everything. It's a nice weekend driver and show truck. But it is also used to do outside sales for our trucking company and to pull loads around on our goosenecks when it needs to.

This truck is just one of numerous diesels that I have owned, from pickups to semis, but it is by far my favorite. The truck was completely stock when I bought it, and it has been fun getting it to where I want it thus far. But there are many more mods to come! I love being around diesels; it's in my blood! 

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