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2014 Ford F-250 Striker by Hulst Customs


On the surface, this Ford F-250 that Hulst Customs worked on looks like it didn’t receive too much of an aftermarket upgrade that’s deserving of a spot at the 2013 SEMA Auto Show .

But don’t sleep on what Hulst did to this Ford pickup. There’s a lot to like about what the tuner did, specifically the dressed-up interior that belies the rugged and mean package of the exterior. The most prominent upgrade to the Striker — yes, it’s called the Striker! — is the addition of a two-tone Katzkin leather that’s complemented by custom-painted panels and chrome accents.

Moving to the performance enhancements, Hulst Customs made use of Banks Power performance upgrades that includes a water-methanol injection system and a Monster exhaust systems that essentially took the F-250’s 6.7-liter, V-8 diesel and turned into a grunting powerhouse that you can proudly show off to anybody who comes across the pickup .

A new set of 22-inch wheels from American Rebel MFG round out the package, putting a worth exclamation mark on a program that has far more substance than you would’ve expected.

Click past the jump to read more about the 2014 Ford F-Series Super Duty

2014 Ford F-Series Super Duty

Ford F-Series Super Duty

The 2014 model of the F-Series Super Duty, which consists of the F-250 and F-350, doesn’t do much in the way of aesthetic improvements. Instead, Ford focused on giving the new model minor improvements to the braking system, including bigger rotors and a larger parking brake.

The F-Series Super Duty also comes to the party with an optional 6.7-liter, V-8 diesel that produces 400 horsepower and an incredible 800 pound-feet of torque. The engine is connected to a heavy-duty TorqShift six-speed automatic transmission, allowing the pickup to hit 0-60 mph in around 8.5 seconds to go with a top speed of 120 mph.

Press Release

Ford F-250 from Hulst Customs is Working for the Weekend

  • Banks Power performance upgrades, including a Monster Exhaust and water-methanol injection systems
  • 22-inch wheels from American Rebel MFG and tires from Falken Tire
  • Two-tone leather interior from Katzkin Leather with custom-painted panels and chrome accents

The Ford F-250 from Hulst Customs is ready for that 7 a.m. commute on Monday, as well as when 5 p.m. hits on Friday. Called the Striker, the team from Hulst Customs created a truck that boasts quality and style with upgrades to the powertrain via Banks Power. It’s also been equipped with 22-inch wheels from American Rebel MFG. wrapped in tires from Falken Tire. The two-tone leather interior is matched with custom-painted black panels and chrome accents. The Striker is meant to be the full package, a truck that will take you wherever your weekend adventures lead.



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