F-350 Dually Limo Does Donuts Like It’s Nobody’s Business

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Diesel-powered F-350 boasts eight full-size doors and rides on massive 28-inch deep-dish wheels.

There are a few things most Ford truck enthusiasts would consider an abomination, and lowering a truck’s ride height and installing oversized wheels certainly fit into that category. As a result, we must warn you, this video may be tough to watch.

Why? What we have here is a wildly modified previous-generation Ford F-350 Super Duty Platinum. Under the hood, it features what sounds like a tuned Power Stroke diesel engine, but there aren’t any specs on this massive build, so we can’t be 100 percent sure.


What we are pretty darn sure of, is that this wasn’t a cheap build — at all. For starters, the eight-door conversion requires chassis and body modifications, and the intricate airbag suspension surely wasn’t inexpensive. Lastly, the custom paint job and gigantic 28-inch wheels place the cherry on top.

This video by DESMADRE TV shows the larger-than-life F-350 doing donuts in spectacular fashion. In fact, the driver is able to get the tires to spin so hard and produce so much smoke, that such enormous vehicle actually doesn’t require much room to do donuts. It’s almost as if it were to spin into place.

Whether you consider this cool, or idiotic, one thing is for sure—whoever is at the wheel of this F-350 is having a heck of a time! It’s not like we’re jealous or anything…maybe?

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Jerry Perez is a regular contributor to Ford Truck Enthusiasts, Corvette Forum, and 6SpeedOnline, among other auto sites.

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