Here Are The 5 Biggest And Baddest Ford Super Duty Trucks Coming To SEMA This Year

Is it possible to make the 2020 Ford Super Duty even brawnier? Definitely, and that’s exactly what you’ll see from the SEMA aftermarket show in November. This year, Ford’s bringing along five concepts to the show early next month. While these latest heavy duty rigs are already massive (and expensive), this shows just how berserk you could go with some big names in the aftermarket.

Ford Accessories F-250 Tremor

First up is the most anticipated Super Duty of the bunch: the Tremor, shown above. This truck isn’t too over the top, as it showcases the available factory accessories. You still get the standard two-inch standard lift as well as 35-inch Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac tires. On top of that, there’s the Dana limited-slip front differential and rear locker. Take a look at the bumper, though, and you’ll see a Warn winch sticking out in this build. The winch will be available as an option in early 2020.

Making this Tremor stick out at SEMA will be a Ford Performance Parts chase rack, a 50-inch-wide LED light bar and some earthquake-like decals over the bed and rear doors.

LGE-CTS Motorsports Baja Forged F-250 Crew Cab XLT

If the accessorized Tremor is a decked out Super Duty, this truck takes things back to basics. Ford calls this the “Swiss army knife for the modern adventurer”. The California-based LGE-CTS shop replaced the standard box with a Pronghorn modular flatbed and a custom rear canopy. If you’re looking for more in the way of practicality, this truck also packs a 4.5-inch Stage 7 suspension lift and 37-inch BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain T/A tires. A Tepui rooftop tent and Warn 10S winch, Element refrigerator and floor console safe help make this one of the most robust adventure trucks out to hit SEMA this year.

DeBerti Design F-450 Crew Cab Platinum

The dual rear wheel Ford F-450 is already a beast when it comes to sheer towing. DeBerti Design takes it a step further, creating the “ultimate in workplace trucks.” The Kelderman air ride suspension makes room for 22-inch American Force wheels wrapped in 37-inch Toyo tires. Beyond that, this F-450 is all about storage. This truck has a pull-out bumper drawer of DeBerti’s own creation, as well as a dual pull-out fender and built-in safe. Apart from teh matte paint job, the truck also brings a bad attitude by way of its Rigid LED lights mounted atop the cab.

BDS Suspension F-350 Crew Cab XLT

Tremor? Never heard of it. BDS Suspension’s project, called Go Beyond, aims to create the “ultimate off-road adventure” Super Duty. To that end, the company fitted a 4-inch radius arm lift with Fox 2.5 factory race Dual Speed Compression coilovers and shocks. The truck needs a serious lift to fit those massive 40-inch Mickey Thompson Baja MTZ P3 tires around 20-inch Method Race 605 NV-series wheels. In the back, you get a Knapheide aluminum service box with a hard-sheel tent and awning, refrigerator, and a two-burner gas grill. A Ridetech air compressor kit, power inverter, collapsible aluminum table and camp chairs add pretty much everything you need for an off-road excursion, in addition to the Warn Zeon 12S winch and Rigid LED lights. Inside, the truck sports Katzkin black and mahogany seats and a Kicker VSS audio system.

CGS Performance Products F-250 Tremor w/ Black Appearance Package

As SEMA builds go, this Tremor takes a more restrained route, but makes the most of the Black Appearance Package. To that, the company added 37-inch General tires around 20-inch Grid wheels. Out back, there’s a Bed Rug Sportliner carpet kit and a Retrax ProwerTraxPro MX bed cover. The red Sikkens paint job from AkzoNobel is custom, as well.

TFLtruck at SEMA

We’ll be on hand at SEMA’s 2019 show covering Ford’s builds as well as many others hitting this year’s event. TFLtruck is also part of the show with our Ram Rebel Rouser build, so stay tuned for much more coverage from Las Vegas in early November!