Here’s How a Tuning Company Put $30K Into a Raptor (Video)

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Think that the Ford F-150 Raptor is insane out of the box? You’ll definitely want to see this customized pickup.

The Ford F-150 Raptor is one of the most potent and capable pickup trucks that consumers can purchase right off of a dealer lot. But for some, the pickup truck doesn’t hit the mark when it comes to the way it looks. Plus, some off-roading enthusiasts are looking for even more usability. We’ve seen some pretty crazy Raptor’s recently, but this one from C&S Truck Accessories and Plating, which is located in Christi, Texas, is one of the more bonkers customized truck’s we’ve come upon.

Big Truck Big RV put out a video on their YouTube page, providing us with a close-up look at the heavily-customized machine. The specific Raptor in the video has what the outlet claims to be $30,000 worth of customized components and the modifications are easy to spot nearly a mile away.

Ford F-150 Raptor

At the front of the pickup sits a HoneyBadger Front Bumper from Addictive Desert Designs (ADD) with custom Rigid lights that features custom Ruby Red accents to match the rest of the Raptor’s body. The side of the truck has been fitted with custom side steps, but those are easy to miss when the truck’s rock lights are on. The custom rock lights have two settings: strobe and lit all of the time. The strobe function is showcased in the video and looks incredible.

The black fenders flares now house larger Nitto tires, which hide an inch and a half leveling kit from RPG. Fuel Hostage 20-inch wheels really help the massive tires looks even larger. The customer that had the shop complete all of the work to the truck also requested a full-size spare at the back that’s embedded into an ADD Stealth Fighter Chase Rack. The HoneBadger Rear Bumper and more custom Rigid lights round out the additions to the pickup.

Ford F-150 Raptor

The heavily-customized Raptor won’t be to everyone tastes, this customer definitely had something specific in mind and didn’t have a problem paying for it, but it depicts just how well the pickup takes to modifications. What do you think of this Raptor? Let us know in the comments below.

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Joel Patel contributes to Corvette Forum, Rennlist, Club Lexus, Harley-Davidson Forums, and YotaTech, among other auto sites. Check out his blog Man, Adventure, Wheels.

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