2002 Ford F350 Crew Cab Dually Super Duty 4x4 - Ten-Lug TitanicPosted in Features on October 1, 2010
Running 47-inch tires is becoming more common (hey, we did it!). What isn't common is seeing them on a vehicle that is reliable and strong enough to be daily-driven and used for tow duty and off-road. Bill Sorlie's F-350 dually Super Duty may have started out as one of the most common tow vehicles on the road but now it is certainly in a class of its own.
The now-defunct White Motorsports originally built the suspension on this truck, and though it towers over our own Super Duty, it still seems to be a good daily driver for Bill to get to work and back from his motorcycle shop. We found it a bit hard to believe that Bill uses a truck this big for more than just show duty, but sure enough he showed up at our annual Heavy Metal Weekend with a giant trailer in tow. We've also seen him out on the Southern California highways numerous times (it's easy to spot this one in oncoming traffic) and in the dirt up in Gorman and out in Oceano Dunes.
|VEHICLE:||2002 Ford F-350 crew cab dually Super Duty 4x4|
|OWNER/HOMETOWN:||Bill Sorlie / Northridge, California|
|CHASSIS:||Stock 1-ton Ford frame|
|ENGINE:||7.3L Powerstroke diesel, RBP exaust, cold-air intake kit, Edge Performance programmer|
|DRIVETRAIN:||4R100 auto transmission, Dana 60 front end, Visteon 10.25 rear with a Detroit Locker, 4.88 gears, 10-lug hub adapters|
|SUSPENSION:||White Motorsports custom-built links front and rear, 18-inch-stroke King coilovers front and rear, single airbag over upper rear link, King 2.0 hydraulic bumpstops|
|STEERING:||White Motorsports Heim joint steering conversion and high-steer knuckle|
|BRAKES:||Stock Super Duty|
|TIRES/WHEELS:||47-inch Continental tires on 22.5-inch Alcoa 10-lug wheels|
|INTERIOR:||Covered in custom suede and carbon fiber, 2,000-watt stereo, 15-inch monitor|
|OTHER PARTS:||Reverse lights in rear bumper, fog lights in front bumper, Amp Research automatic steps, Hannemann 5-inch bulge front fenders|
|FAVORITE OHV AREAS:||Gorman, Oceano Dunes|