July 17, 2019
This Ford F-150 truck is fitted with the HD Off-Road wheels Canyon model in a 20 inch diameter with a 10.0 inch width. The Canyon features an 8 spoke directional concave face design with CNC milled spoke edges for an elegant yet rugged look. The offset on this Canyon carries a -25mm giving the wheel a back spacing measurement of 4.75 inch. AUTEL programmable TPMS sensors were used in place of the OEM sensors.
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This Ford F-150 is equipped with the Dick Cepek Extreme Country M/T Mud Terrain off-road tire in size 35 x 12.50 R20.
The new Extreme Country mud-terrain tire has been designed with a proven tread compound for excellent traction, responsive handling, even wear, longer life and a quieter ride. Delivers stability and responsive grip on irregular surfaces. Heavy-duty carcass enhances sidewall strength, and wide outer tread voids and angled shoulder scallops provide better traction in mud and loose soil.
Learn more about the Dick Cepek Extreme Country M/T Here
This F-150 was outfitted with a 6.0 Inch BDS Suspension lift. This 6.0 inch lift system includes CNC machined steering knuckles to return your vehicle's steering to factory geometry. One piece front & rear High Clearance cross members increase rigidity for long term performance as well as dramatically increase ground clearance. A 1/4" thick steel differential skid plate is included to ensure off road protection. The new strut spacers for the front offer easier installation without the need to disassemble the struts and maintain the OE ride quality.
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For more information on this set up and many others be sure to visit www.HDOFFROADWHEELS.com
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When you think of a vehicle's most important components, what comes to mind?
The engine? The transmission? What about the wheels?
Yes, it's hard to imagine a car without wheels. Even though the engine and transmission are critical components to any vehicle's drivetrain, without wheels, a vehicle wouldn't be able to roll from place to place. But in order to have functional, rolling wheels, there first needs to be a viable wheel hub assembly. Without a viable wheel hub assembly, or WHA, the vehicle's wheels won't perform properly, thereby limiting the potential of the vehicle itself.