Built on a SD platform

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I had my Tremor at my local Ford deal to be serviced the other day. I seen this truck in the parking lot. It’s built on a SD platform from what I can tell. Anyone have a clue what it is. I didn’t really see any marking. Maybe they are getting ready for the S**T to hit the fan.
 

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Looks like a customized job for sure.

Never seen one in the years I worked for Ford.

Dealers are known to work with local businesses to upfit vehicles for customer's specific needs though.

Super cool and now I want to know more about it too!!
 
Looks like a customized job for sure.

Never seen one in the years I worked for Ford.

Dealers are known to work with local businesses to upfit vehicles for customer's specific needs though.

Super cool and now I want to know more about it too!!
I agree. Look up Rhino GX.
 
Almost $300k for close to the same thickness sheet metal as the F250 already comes with and no run flats? I rather spend the $200k and have armor panels/glass added to a truck/SUV while maintaining a stock look. If you roll around looking like a tank but can't back it up, you're just putting a huge target on your back.
 
I had my Tremor at my local Ford deal to be serviced the other day. I seen this truck in the parking lot. It’s built on a SD platform from what I can tell. Anyone have a clue what it is. I didn’t really see any marking. Maybe they are getting ready for the S**T to hit the fan.
Almost looks like the one the swat team has but they have bigger tires
 
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