So what does a person like Brian do for a hobby? Make the machines they depend on badass, of course, tinkering with anything and everything related to automobiles. Like most of us, Brian got hooked at an early age by checking out all the wild rides featured in magazines. This eventually led him to customizing his rides and going to shows.
Not one to be underestimated, Brian has touched quite a number of vehicles including a 2004 Silverado 2500 with a straight front axle conversion. That truck had a mean stance and was a hit with show-goers. Though the 2500 created a big impact, Brian was thirsty for more and came up with the idea of this 2015 Chevy named “Blasé,” suggesting that the rig was no big deal to fix up in the first place. For guys like Brian, this may not be some insane custom, but it’s nothing short of a sick ride.
Blasé has an unmistakable presence thanks to the help of Lyons Automotive, providing the right combination of aftermarket parts to make it truly unique. Providing the majority of its tall stature is the 12” Cognito lift that was combined with Fox reservoir shocks for a smooth ride. With some height added to the suspension, it allowed for this truck to run some big rollers. Fitting the bill is a set of 24x14 Dropstars Forged F60 wheels that were anodized blue. Taking the lead role in the traction department is a set of Nitto Trail Grapplers in 40x14.5R24. The Dropstars wheels give this truck a distinctive style while the Nitto tires top it all off with the aggressive tread pattern and sidewall design to get the job done right.