Ford is bringing not one, not two, not three… Five, they’re bringing five F-Series Super Duty pickup trucks to SEMA 2019. There are three F-250s, one F-350, and an F-450 that will be on display. These five Super Duties are a part of 50 customized vehicles that Ford will be displaying throughout SEMA.
DeBerti Design Ford F-450 Super Duty Platinum Crew Cab
DeBerti Design started with a 2020 F-450 Super Duty and has increased its storage, appearance, and lighting.
This Platinum Crew Cab is now sitting on 22-inch American Force wheels wrapped in 37-inch Toyos, which get swallowed up in the wheel well. The storage is improved with DeBerti Design’s patented pull-out bumper drawer combined with dual pull-out fender/cabinet and a Ford Accessories safe by Console Vault.
An air ride suspension aids the F-450’s towing and hauling capabilities. The Rigid lights installed above the cab mean that daylight is an on/off switch away.
Go Beyond – BDS Suspension Ford F-350 Super Duty XLT Crew Cab
Go Beyond is set up as the ultimate off-road rig. It, like the Ram posted recently, is powered by a diesel engine. Ford’s 6.7L Power Stroke diesel is fitted to a BDS Suspension 4-inch radius arm lift with Fox 2.5 factory race Dual Speed Compression coil overs and shocks.
Go Beyond is sitting on 20-inch Method Race 605 NV-series wheels and are wrapped in 40-inch Mickey Thompson Baja MTZ P3 tires. The long wheelbase, Warn Industries Zeon 12S winch, 4-inch lift, and the 40-inch tires make this truck a formidable off-road machine. Go Beyond is also outfitted with Rigid LED lights to turn night into day.
The Knapheide aluminum service box is ready to store everything needed for long-distance trips. Go Beyond is also outfitted with a hard-shell tent and awning, Dometic electric refrigerator, two-burner gas grill, propane tank, Ridetech air compressor kit, power inverter, and a collapsible aluminum table and camp chairs.
The Knapheide box is amazing at storing more, but for long-distance off-road trips, weight is something that needs to be considered. You can actually bring too much “stuff.” The Go Beyond is more than just an F-350 with some accessories bolted on, but it’s not much different from the Ram OTG.
CGS Performance Products Ford F-250 Super Duty Tremor Crew Cab with Black Appearance Package
- Sikkens paint – custom red (Akzo Nobel)
- 20-inch Grid wheels
- 37-inch General tires.
- new bed carpet kit by BedRug
- bed cover for Retrax to keep the bed carpet clean
- Rigid LED lightbar
- Black appearance package
Ford Accessories F-250 Super Duty Tremor Crew Cab with Black Appearance Package
- 35-inch Goodyears
- 2-inch frontend lift from the factory
- Standard locking rear diff
- Dana LSD front diff
- Warn winch
- Rigid LED lightbar
- Toughbed spray-in bed liner
LGE-CTS Motorsports Baga Forged Ford F-250 Super Duty XLT Crew Cab
- Pronghorn modular utility flatbed
- 18-inch Method Race wheels
- 37-inch BFG MT T/A
- Warn Industries winch
- Rigid LED lighting
- ARB USA 6.5-foot awning
- Tepui rooftop tent.
The spare tire setup looks good.
All in all, they are some good looking trucks. I wouldn’t kick any of them out of the garage if they just showed up. At least Ford takes the stance of showcasing accessories that can be purchased from the factory, i.e. frontend lift on the Tremors.
We’ll wait and see what the rest of SEMA looks like. Have we seen any Supras or Z4s yet? Did the C8 debut in enough time to get them ready?