This Ford F-250 Super Duty is a complete build in every sense of the word. Every inch was customized to an aggressive blackout look on this built-tough beauty. This rig began life as a stock F-250 XL with the STX appearance package, and came out the other side something special.
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|4.5-Inch Rough Country Lift Kit||Window Tint|
|Powder Coat Front & Rear Bumper||Painted Grille|
|Painted Emblems & Badges||Katzkin Leather Seating|
|Fuel Offroad Zephyr D101 Wheels||BF Goodrich 37×12.50R18 Tires|
|Go Rhino RB20 Steps||Spray-in Bed Liner|
|MBR Black Exhaust Tip|
Rough Country 4.5-Inch Suspension Lift Kit
Any big truck build has to include a lift or level of some kind. For this F250 we grabbed the beastly 4.5 inch kit from Rough Country (P/N 55021). It offers a sizable lift and includes a new front drive shaft and radius arm drop brackets.
Fuel Offroad Zephyr Wheels 18×9
We upgraded the factory rims on this Super Duty to matte black Zephyr wheels. This 18 inch beauty sports a 16 split-spoke pattern that you could get lost in. The truck’s high stance creates a lot of open space that gives this busy pattern room to breathe.
They feature a negative 12 Offset and are also available in 17, 18, and 20 inch sizes. We wrapped them in BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain T/A KM3 tires (37×12.50×180).
Go Rhino RB20 Running Boards
With greater height comes a need for running boards. We chose Go Rhino for this build. These rugged boards provide a full-length step platform for easy entry. This sort of design is very user friendly because it doesn’t require you to step in a certain spot. Nothing is worse than spending money on boards only to find out they don’t match your tendencies.
They are built from 16-gauge zinc coated steel and coated with a textured powder coat finish. They give this Super Duty just the right amount of utility and aggression.
We did the future owner of this F250 a favor by coating the rear in a spray-in bedliner. We use Ameraguard Spray-On lining for our trucks. Their formula contains no solvents or VOC’s so it’s safe to breathe and doesn’t stink up your truck.
3M FX Premium Tint
We recently changed over to using only 3M window film for our automotive tinting. We offer 3M FX Premium and Ceramic IR films to our local customers. Both film series give you the same features, but the Ceramic IR has higher energy rejection.
We upgraded the interior with some premium Katzkin leather. We used a black leather with white contrast stitching and the “Tekstitch” diamond pattern insert.
Going the aftermarket leather route might sound scary, but it’s not. Katzkin is not sold directly to consumers and is only installed by trained professionals. You’ve got a warranty to back it up and experts to make sure it’s done right.
Powdercoat & Paint
The STX Super Duty has chrome bumpers. We murdered it out by powder coating these gloss black. Yes, you can actually powder coat chrome(I was surprised too).
Then we turned our attention to the chrome grille and Ford Blue emblems. All had to go on this build, so we brought them into the paint booth and sprayed them gloss black.
The side nameplates of the Super Duty are chrome and also feature a matching bezel. We brought those into the booth and gave them new life in gloss black.