/MC Customs Ford F-250 on Fuel Wheels

MC Customs Ford F-250 on Fuel Wheels

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This red monster you see here is a one of a kind Ford F-250 super duty truck, customized by the guys from MC Customs. The standard F-250 is a pretty scary bit of kit, but this one with all the extra bits and that special color is just off the hook!

You kind of get the idea this Ford F-250 is prepared for the Halloween and it is going for the blood-soaked murderer theme. But no, this is a normal business pickup ordered by someone who apparently likes the color red a lot. Apart from the body, they have painted the bumpers, grilles, guards, lights, and running boards even, in metallic red. The huge Fuel Wheels, crucially remain black with only tiny red accents on the spokes as a sign that they too are custom.


The mighty F-250 is offered in three cab styles – Regular Cab, SuperCab and Crew Cab – and with two bed lengths. The main highlights of the truck are as follows:

Fuel Capacity 35 gallons (6.2L V8 gas engine)
26 gallons (6.7L Power Stroke™ Turbo Diesel on 137″, 142″ and 156″ wheelbases)
37.5 gallons (6.7L Power Stroke™ Turbo Diesel on 158″ and 172″ wheelbases)
Drive Type 4×2
Available Engines 6.2L V8 Gas (FFV)
6.7L Power Stroke® V8 Turbo Diesel
Horsepower 385 @ 5500 rpm (6.2L V8 under 10K GVWR); 316 @ 4179 rpm (6.2L V8 over 10K GVWR)
440 @ 2800 rpm (6.7L Power Stroke™ Turbo Diesel)
Torque 405 @ 4500 rpm (6.2L V8 under 10K GVWR; 397 @ 4179 rpm (6.2L V8 over 10K GVWR)
860 @ 1600 rpm (6.7L Power Stroke™ Turbo Diesel)
Transmission TorqShift® 6-speed SelectShift Automatic™
Wheelbase 137.0″ (Regular Cab)
141.8″ (SWB SuperCab); 158.0″ (LWB SuperCab)
156.2″ (SWB Crew Cab); 172.4″ (LWB Crew Cab)
Maximum Conventional Towing 19,000 lbs. (F-350 Crew Cab DRW 4×2 and 4×4/F-450 DRW 4×4 with 6.7L Power Stroke™ Turbo Diesel)
Maximum Payload 7,050 lbs. (F-350 DRW 4×2 Regular Cab)
Maximum GVWR 14,000 lbs.

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