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PaulM 11-08-2016 10:56 AM

Now This Is A Front End
 
This is beast as ever ! This was at SEMA 2016. Anyone see any other Fords that were pretty tricked out ?

http://shows.autospies.com/gallery/b...g/JX3C0216.jpg

OneFifty 11-10-2016 01:00 PM

The pre runner concept was my favorite at the show, it's the sort of thing I always wanted to see done on the F150. It's my idea of the ideal F150 to handle the dunes with

http://blogs.cars.com/.a/6a00d83451b...839a970b-800wi
http://blogs.cars.com/.a/6a00d83451b...83f7970d-800wi
http://blogs.cars.com/.a/6a00d83451b...840f970d-800wi
http://blogs.cars.com/.a/6a00d83451b...52f1970c-800wi

PaulM 11-10-2016 01:44 PM

That is definitely perfect for the dunes the way it's set up. Baja tires and spares, cage, lighting, winch just in case !

But then you have that gorgeous interior to keep you comfortable and have all the luxuries. It's a win-win ! Even those little vents in the fenders are super cool.

I would add a side-step though.

OneFifty 11-17-2016 02:43 PM

Depends on how tall/short you are but for someone that's nearly 6 ft tall, it should be no problem. The interior is better than some trucks just meant for the street, it was done so well that even the roll cage bars are wrapped in suede, couldn't get much better than that

PaulM 11-17-2016 03:52 PM

That's the issue.

I'm definitely not 6ft.tall lol, I tend to be vertically challenged at 5'5" and I can see that being a bit of a challenge for me. Not all that flexible anymore either so stretching the leg to heave on up there isn't going to work too well either.

OneFifty 12-01-2016 04:20 PM

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Originally Posted by PaulM (Post 8186)
That's the issue.

I'm definitely not 6ft.tall lol, I tend to be vertically challenged at 5'5" and I can see that being a bit of a challenge for me. Not all that flexible anymore either so stretching the leg to heave on up there isn't going to work too well either.

Retractable truck steps will be your best friend then. Perfect for a truck like this as long as they tuck in properly so clearance isn't impacted


PaulM 12-02-2016 12:51 PM

On a truck like this, I'll need a double decker version of that LOL

But on a stock truck, I'm sure I'll be fine. If I do find it to be an issue, then one of these would be perfect.


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