ChaseF250-07

Project trucks can come in many forms. Some a garage built weekend warriors, while others are purpose built. Some will spend their life on the trail while others may be mall crawled and built to showcase new and innovative products at SEMA. For the BDS #everydaychase F250 it started life a bit differently. The first 3 years of its life was spent as your average daily driven diesel tow rig. The 2011 Ford F250 Super Duty Lariat was sold at auction where we purchased it and had it delivered to the offices of RTM Productions, home of PowerNation TV and more specifically Ian Johnson of the popular 4x4 build show Xtreme Offroad. Ian had big plans for the truck and wanted to show his audience how to build a bad ass chase truck inspired daily driver built primarily from easy to find bolt-on components.

After taking delivery, Ian made some calls to order parts for the build. The plan was to install BDS's new 6'' Coilover Conversion 4-Link System which would allow for larger wheels and tires, heavy duty front bumper and winch, LED lights, steps, better brakes and additional storage. The initial build sheet consisted of:

2011 Ford Super Duty Lariat 4wd - Diesel
BDS 6'' 4Link System w/ Fox  2.5 coilover upgrade and rear leaf springs (#596F)
BDS dual steering stabilizer w/ Fox 2.0s (#55358/98224019)
37x12.50x20 Dick Cepek Fun Country tires (#90000001936)
20x9 Raceline Havoc wheels (#925M-29081-00)
ARB Modular Bull Bar - Safari Style (#2236020)
ARB Intensity 7.25'' LED Lights (#AR21S)
Warn Zeon 10S Winch (#89611)
Amp Research Powersteps (#75134-01A)
Rackworks 47x59'' Rubicon Series Cargo Rack (#RW-123445)
Black Knight Lighting 50'' LED Lightbar
Decked Bed Storage System (#DS2)
Powerstop Slotted/Drilled Brakes and Ceramic Pads (#K5459-36)

If you missed the episodes on TV, then check out the online episode to how #everydaychase was built on Xtreme Offroad:
Part 1: Suspension, Wheel and Tire Upgrade
Part 2: Bumpers, Winch, Light, Steps, Rack, Storage Upgrade

As with all project trucks this truck is a work in progress. Moving forward we have big plans for this truck as it hits the trails, cruises the streets, and makes appearances at several truck events. Stay tuned for updates as we add graphics, additional lighting, performance upgrades and more!

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