Light Bar Junkie? You’ll Love the Bling on This Ford Super Duty

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Technology is a beautiful thing. It has allowed us to drive bigger and badder trucks while using less gasoline than it’s ever been possible in the history of automobiles, but it’s also allowed us to deck out our trucks with more cool crap than necessary.

Take the now mandatory light bar, for example. People. Love. Light bars. I see them on trucks all the time, and I also see them turned off. No one needs to attach the sun’s wattage to their truck’s and SUVs, which makes them absolutely useless for most situations, unless you happen to be off-roading at night, which most people don’t. Regardless, I’ll be the first one to admit that they’re pretty awesome and make trucks look rather cool.

Check out the light bar(s) onboard this 2017 Ford Super Duty inspired by Matchbox. If you’ve always dreamed of being the center of attention but your 8 ft. tall Ford truck just doesn’t cut it, simply add some of these strobes, LEDs, light bars and more. This particular display is out of this year’s SEMA, and it features a light bar up front, up top by the roof rack, on the grille, and just about everywhere else. Needless to say, we totally love it!

The badass Super Duty is equipped with a Skyjacker 8.5-inch lift kit, LeDuc front coilover shocks, M95 rear shocks, 20-inch wheels, 40-inch Nitto Trail Grappler tires, Rigid Industries Radiance light bars, a Warn Zeon 12S winch, and lastly, Fab Fours front and rear bumpers.

Light it up!

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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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