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You Can Now Build Your Own Mopar-Modified Ram 1500 Big Horn Sport:

Mopar Parts Bin, Lets You Build Mopar's Concept Truck...

Back in February of 2018, the Mopar and Ram Trucks brand showed off their Mopar-modified 2019 Ram 1500 Big Horn Sport at the Chicago Auto Show using a selection of the more than 200 Mopar parts and accessories. Now, with most of the parts available you can build your own replica of this awesome looking truck.

Mopar-Modified 2019 Ram 1500 Big Horn Sport Crew Cab 4×4. (5thGenRams).

The Flame Red 2019 Ram 1500 Big Horn Sport 4×4 is equipped for the outdoors with a 2-inch Mopar lift kit that delivers additional off-road clearance and an aggressive appearance, while accommodating oversize, large tread 35-inch tires. Mopar 18-inch, six-lug off-road beadlock-capable wheels with matching trim rings keep the tires pegged to the rims when aired down for increased off-road grip and traction.

Mopar-Modified 2019 Ram 1500 Big Horn Sport Crew Cab 4×4. (5thGenRams).

Black Mopar off-road wheel flares accentuate the 35-inch tires and provide an additional defense against trail hazards. Durable, body-length Mopar off-road cast aluminum running boards add both visual appeal and functionality, with a skid-resistant stepping surface that offers better grip in muddy or wet conditions.

Mopar-Modified 2019 Ram 1500 Big Horn Sport Crew Cab 4×4. (5thGenRams).

The 5’7″ box on Crew Cab models features a lifestyle Ram Rack, first shown as a prototype part on the Ram 2500 Macho Power Wagon Concept vehicle at the 2016 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show. Large gear can be secured to the truck, demonstrating the capacity of the Ram Rack to store and transport a variety of lifestyle equipment. Mopar says, they will be bringing this to market in the near future.

Mopar-Modified 2019 Ram 1500 Big Horn Sport Crew Cab 4×4. (5thGenRams).

The rear Ram Rack is adjustable, with the ability to slide all the way up to the front Ram Rack. The Ram Rack system mounts to the available production bed utility rails. A Mopar bed step, featuring an articulating arm, lowers down for easy access.

Mopar “Ram Airflow” cold-air intake system. (Mopar).

The new Mopar “Ram Airflow” cold-air intake system feeds a steady flow of fresh air to the 395-horsepower, 410 lb.-ft. of torque, 5.7-liter HEMI® V-8 engine. The intake is compatible with all hood applications for the all-new Ram and works in concert with the Mopar performance cat-back exhaust, which is constructed from AL409 stainless steel and emits a deep exhaust note.

Mopar-Modified 2019 Ram 1500 Big Horn Sport Crew Cab 4×4. (5thGenRams).

Mopar 5-inch dual exhaust tips complete the package and feature dual wall thickness, fitting snug to the bumper and providing a smoother edge. Other exterior touches include matching black Mopar hood graphic stripes, blacked-out Ram emblems and badging, front tow hooks and a Mopar logo hitch plug.

Mopar-Modified 2019 Ram 1500 Big Horn Sport Crew Cab 4×4. (5thGenRams).

Inside, premium black Katzkin leather seats in the front and back are embroidered with Rebel red Ram’s head logos on the seatbacks. The same Rebel red stitching also accents the seats, door trim, and center console. New Mopar all-weather floor mats are embellished with the Ram’s head logo and constructed with deeper channels and higher, more rigid sidewalls to contain water and other debris. Mopar brushed aluminum door sill guards carry the R-A-M text logo. 

Mopar has recently shown a Blue Streak version of their Mopar-Modified 2019 Ram 1500 Big Horn Sport Crew Cab 4×4. The main difference between this Ram 1500 and the only pictured above is that it does not feature the Ram Rack system and instead replaces it with a black, powder-coated Ram Bar option and topped with five 5-inch LED off-road lights, each shining bright at 4,800 lumens each. An auxiliary switch bank inside the cab integrates with the Mopar LED lights to provide an organized central area for operation of auxiliary accessories.

For more information and pricing about these Mopar accessories, you can visit Mopar.com.

 

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Robert S. Miller

Robert S. Miller is a diehard Mopar enthusiast who lives and breathes all that is Mopar. The Michigander is not only a Co-Editor for MoparInsiders.com, 5thGenRams.com, and HDRams.com but an automotive photographer. He is an avid fan of offshore powerboat racing, which he travels the country to take part in.

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