Tim O’Neil Takes Ford F-450 Super Duty Dually Snow Drifting
As the east coast of the United States prepares for the next Snowpocalypse blizzard, we wanted to take the time to show you how to drive a big Super Duty dually on snow.
Well all know that the world isn’t a safe place. But what if you’re traveling through some of the seedy areas, like Chicago, but you want to make it through safely, but also comfortably? You call up USSV and order a Rhino GX that’s built on top of the Ford F-450 Super Duty platform, that’s what.
At first glance, there’s a few things that stand out with the 2017 Ford Super Duty and its appearance. The first is the front end, and the horizontal grille.
Heavy duty pickup trucks are the way many businesses get work done in this country. In this segment, the primary purchasing decision focuses on two things; torque and towing capacity. The fight for supremacy has been heated between Ford and Ram Trucks, but as of 2016 the Ram has edged head. For now.
Are you looking to bring some American Shock and Awe to the local horse show or boat dock? Perhaps you’re looking for a truck that could restart the Earth’s rotation should it stop spinning? If you are, you should check out this Tuscany-modified 2014 F-450 Super Duty dually.