Slammed, Wide Body Ford F-250 Is the Anti-Super Duty

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This wild and crazy fast F-250 proves that not all Super Duty trucks are workhorses.

In the realm of Ford trucks, it’s well known that if you need to haul more than the average Joe, you step up from the F-150 to the Super Duty. Armed with beefier components and available diesel power, these brutes will tow anything from a fifth-wheel camper to a bulldozer. Therefore, it’s no surprise that when Super Duty owners seek to modify their rides, 99.9% of them go for stuff like lift kits and huge knobby tires.

Wide Body F-250

The other .01% choose to build things like this wide body F-250. Built by the infamous “Wide Body King” of TS Designs, the slammed Super Duty doesn’t exactly fit the mold. Instead, it smashes it to pieces with a pavement-scraping stance and 26-inch Forgiato Sincro wheels. Rather than playing the part of the workhorse, this street machine sits more like a sports car.

That wide stance comes courtesy of custom fender flares that measure 2.5 inches up front, and 4 inches in the rear. If you ask us, they make the already mean-looking truck quite a bit more menacing. Even though this masterpiece sat on the 2016 SEMA show floor, it’s a fully functional every day driver. The stock 6.2L V8 has been fortified with a Whipple supercharger, and CGS Motorsports exhaust for extra oomph.


Things on the outside are just as sporty. That wide body is covered in silver paint and a single black stripe highlighted with red pinstripes, and the huge wheels are silver with black centers and red accents. There’s a hard tonneau cover out back, and plenty of custom leather and stereo wattage inside for hardcore cruising and heavy partying.

Even though it could probably still tow a decent load, it’s doubtful that it’ll ever see the kind of use most Super Duty pickups will. It kind of defeats the purpose of owning a heavy duty truck, but hey, it looks sweet anyway.

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Brett Foote is a longtime contributor to Internet Brands’ Auto sites, including Chevrolet Forum, Rennlist, and Ford Truck Enthusiasts, among other sites.

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