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Murdered Out, Lifted Ford F-250 On 24-Inch Rims Is A Road-Going Behemoth

The last time I remember wanting a truck badly was back in the early '90s; I had just seen "Back To The Future" and thought to myself that one day I want to get a truck like Marty's. Fast forward to the 21st century, and I've attended three SEMA Shows between 2013 and 2015; however, the Lower South Hall section where all the trucks are on display never did much for me.
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So maybe I've gotten old, or maybe the Ford F-Series trucks are just that good. Sure, the Ranger isn't half bad either, and the F-150 does seem like the perfect choice if you still want it to be driveable around a city with relatively narrow roads.

But seeing Arkon Off Road's lifted 2018 F-250 has awakened something inside me. I, too, feel the urge of having a truck the size of a train to go about my daily business.

The towing capacity of a Ford F-250 is just out of this world, but it doesn't look like the truck in this video will be towing anything anytime soon. And that's perfectly fine because the way it looks compensates for it. It uses 8-inch BDS Suspension coilovers and it sits on a pair of Arkon Off-Road Roosevelt rims, in 24x14, with an offset of -81, which leads to an aggressive stance on both ends of this monster machine.

A set of these rims will set you back $2,300, which seems like a reasonable price considering the size they come in. Arkon Off-Road has been showcasing its products through various trucks like the Chevrolet Silverado 1500, the Ram 2500, a Ford F-150, and even a Ford F-350 Super Duty.

We haven't seen any of these products being tested in the wild so far, but if you don't plan on going that way, they should be just fine for road-going purposes.



 
 
 
 
 

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