Tuned Ford F-150 Looks Like It Tries A Bit Too Hard [w/Video]

As consumers continue to demand more SUVs and pickups, it’s inevitable that some of them will turn to different tuners for personalization.

Catering to customers’ needs, plenty of aftermarket specialists have expanded their offerings, and since the Ford F-150 is America’s best-selling truck, it’s obvious that it would be on the list.

One of the things that stands out on this particular Ford F-150 are the wheels. Made by Forgiato and fitted by California’s AAAutoworks, the 24-inch rims, wrapped in 35-inch tires, are part of the Terra Off-Road Series. They’re offered in two other sizes too, in 22- and 26-inches, and can be finished in a variety of shades.

That’s not all, because this popular truck features plenty of technical upgrades, including  increased ground clearance, which, combined with the new wheels, make it look like a small monster truck.

Moreover, it also gets steel front and rear bumpers, bolt-on fenders, custom headlights and taillights, a roof-mounted LED bar and a new grille. The side steps, special decal applied on the rear fenders, and murdered-out design round up the visual mods.

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  • TheBelltower

    The wheels make the light bar look slightly less stupid.

  • LWOAP

    No. The light bar looks out of place and wheel just don’t work IMO. And to be honest, I’m not a fan of the murdered out look.

    One thing I forgot, slapping on 24 inch wheels, new tires, and a front bumper isn’t tuning; making performance upgrades is.

    • Day_Trader

      Red-Neck-Tunez man!

  • eb110americana

    If you’re going to go lifted, leave the giant wheels and low-profile tires at home. This is just the worst of both worlds: terrible ride, economy, and difficult access, without much offroad ability.

    • LWOAP

      At this point, it’s obvious owners who do that have no intention of going offroad.

  • Six_Tymes

    the deep dish wheels+the extenders are what makes this look over done.

  • BGM

    I saw things like this when I lived in Miami. More than once the driver was the kind of uber-douche-lord that had the white LED lights in the back and the HID lights in the front ON, basically blinding people coming AND going.

  • Liam Paul

    I disagree, I think it looks tasteful and looks cool

  • Paul

    It spent too much time in the aftermarket shop.

  • It looks awesome!

  • Six Thousand Times

    Yeah, not good.

  • Bob White

    Looks so stupid, it’s laughable.

  • DR.FUNK

    Notice he only “soft-rolled” through any stretch of off-road terrain.

    • LWOAP

      Well those are pretty big wheels especially when paired with those fairly low profile tires. My guess is the off road capabilities may have been compromised.

  • Poop Doop

    oh man! look at that LED Bar BRo!!! so sickkkkk. I love how it compliments the trucks body lines. Its realy cool how it sags in the middle, like,”Bro, so many lights in my bar, bro, can’t even support itself, bro bro brah bro”