Ford will have more than 50 show vehicles at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas in November, and among them will be these four F-150 pickups.
First up is the F-150 by Bojix Design, which according to Ford "is more than ready to take on the most severe off-road duties and look good while doing it". It features a Ready Lift seven-inch lift kit, Fox Racing coilover shocks and 22-inch Grid Off-Road GF-2 forged wheels. It's rocking motorized steps to help you get into the truck, and its engine features upgraded turbochargers in its 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6.
In stark contrast to the lifted truck, the Hulst Customs EraThr3 F-150's air suspension can almost settle the chassis directly on the ground. This special SuperCrew truck comes with a 5.0-liter V-8 engine that normally makes 385 hp on the F-150. Based on the F-150 SuperCrew, the team at Hulst installed a Whipple supercharger and a CGS Performance cat-back exhaust (with dual custom exhaust tips), so the 5.0L Ti-VCT V8 now produces 750 hp (up by a whole 365 hp from stock).
That's fine and well, but the real headline with regard to this truck is perhaps the Hulst Customs 4-link rear suspension, which gives the EraThr3 Ford F-150 true independent rear-wheel movement. This truck is built up from bumper to bumper to show off medal-worthy products on the gold standard truck - the 2016 Ford F-150.
The trucks that the automaker was to showcase in the upcoming SEMA were Ford F-150 SuperCrew by Bojix Design, Ford F-150 SuperCab by A.R.E. Accessories, the BMX-themed Ford F-150 Lariat SuperCrew, along with the EraThr3 Ford F-150 SuperCrew by Hulst Customs, reported by Auto Blog. Huge 26-inch wheels have also been installed. "Equally amped for drivers and riders alike, the Ford F-150 Lariat SuperCrew is equipped with action sports accessories and gear including Ssquared Bicycles bike frames, Answer BMX bicycle parts, and GoPro action cameras that can capture all the finish-line action".