2002 FORD F-350 MONSTER TRUCK - 117452Sold* at Scottsdale 2012 - Lot #1553.1 2002 FORD F-350 MONSTER TRUCKhttps://cdn.barrett-jackson.com/staging/carlist/items/Fullsize/Cars/117452/117452_Front_3-4_Web.JPG
Lot #1553.1 - This is a monster 2002 Ford F350 Crew Cab 4x4 Turbo Diesel with more custom modifications then one could imagine. No expense was spared in the design and fabrication of this colossal Ford. This beast has been completely boxed and the frame smoothed to prepare for serious suspension changes. Square tube cross-members replace the factory ones and custom heavy-duty tubing was bent for the new suspension mounts. A parallel 4-link with wishbone holds the front Dana 60 axle in place and a triangulated 4-link in the back contains a Sterling Axle. Gearing was swapped to a 5.13 ratio to more easily turn the massive Interco 21/49-20LT IROK Super Swamper off-road rubber and the Weld Racing polished aluminum forged Dakar wheels. Stopping this machine is made easy by using heavy duty F-450 brakes with Classic Tube extended-length braided stainless steel hoses. Suspension height is courtesy of Firestone airbags originally designed to support a bus chassis. These airbags have an interior control system, allowing you to raise or lower the truck approximately 1.5 feet. Controlling the front and back and side to side adjustment is a Dakota Digital ride control unit and Sway-A-Way Race Runner 20" shocks with reservoirs. Obviously the OE steering cannot function with so much lift, so a PSC Motorsports hydraulic power steering system was also installed. Powering this behemoth Ford is the legendary 7.3 Liter Powerstroke Turbo Diesel V8 engine with plenty of extra goodies adding to its already stout capabilities. Additional power starts with 30lbs of ATS Turbo Boost backed by an AFT cold air intake and a custom MBRP stainless steel exhaust system. Fueling the fire is an Edge Programmer, assigning an extra 150 horses to the mix. Handling all the action is a BD Power custom built transmission and the stock transfer case that has been re-indexed with an Attitude Performance indexing ring. Making everything appear show worthy is the extensive labor necessary to smooth the engine block, transmission and transfer case for paint. Custom painted flames were done on both the transmission and transfer case. Actual miles 54,263.
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