Texas Metal Builds Outrageous Ford F-350 Dually on Bags
Ford F-350 Super Duty on massive wheels and air suspension is the result of mixing work and play!
When you see a Ford F-350 Super Duty dually Platinum the last thing you think is “lowrider.” While these work trucks typically don’t sit too high off the ground due to towing necessities, they’re not necessarily scraping driveways, either. Well, this bad boy is the exception.
Texas Metal is a new TV show on the Velocity network, and it’s inspired by the Iron Resurrection show that aired not too long ago on the same station. Based in, Texas, obviously, the protagonist team tinkers with everything from new and old Ford trucks to VW Beetles and even Porsches.
In this case, it’s all about the biggest and the baddest Ford Super Duty. The video above was posted to Velocity’s Facebook page and it shows the radical Ford rolling out of the Texas Metal garage in spectacular fashion. But, if you’re curious about this build came to be, you can watch the YouTube video above which shows when the owner makes his desires known to the cry, and why.
In summary, he wants a badass truck he can show at car shows, but that he can also tow his other show cars with. Oh, the life! As you can see, the Super Duty has been fitted with a brand new grille, a sweet pair of customized headlights, and of course — the massive deep dish wheels. The body, wheel well, and even the engine bay had to be modified to fit the wheels and suspension properly. Needless to say, a ton of engineering went into this bad boy.
We know how most of you will feel about a bagged F-350, but for the other bunch, how do you feel about this build?