Everybody needs a six-wheeled pickup truck. It’s the ultimate work truck and the perfect reward for having been cooped up for two months self-quarantining. You did it, you’re not sick, you didn’t pass it on to grandma, so now it’s time to celebrate. This is the Colorss Motorsport Ford Super Duty 6×6. They’re built in Guanajuato, Mexico. We don’t know what issues you might run into bringing this six-wheeled behemoth into the US. As long as the engine isn’t modded or safety equipment tampered with it should sail right through. Lucky you! So do it; you need this six-wheel Super Duty.
Cutting up the bed requires metal work both on the inside and outside of the bed
We’re seeing more and more of these 6×6 haulers including those from Hennessey. This one is just a different way to slice the apple. For starters cutting up the bed requires metal work both on the inside and outside of the bed. The wheel tubs inside of the bed have to be lengthened.
The frame kickup is lengthened before sliding in that second rear end. An Ohlins suspension system is swapped in more travel. Then, it all got painted this fluorescent yellow just so you won’t miss it, not that you could with dual rear axles. For a final touch, these massive flares are bonked onto the sides in front and back. It starts approaching dually country they’re so large.
We like the one big massive rear black fender
Some are suggesting that the rear fender flares should be two instead of one on each side. But we like the one big massive rear black fender; it makes for a strong visual and let’s face it-that is what this is all about.
The Road-Armor back bumpers front and rear add to the whole apocalypse warrior vibe. Method Racing wheels get 40-inch Toyo Open Country tires times six. Colorss Motorsports calls their 2019 F-350 six-wheel pickup T.Rex.
This particular Super Duty runs a straight pipe out the back
Power comes from the standard Super Duty 6.7-liter Powerstroke Diesel V8 engine. That means the Colorss Motorsports six-wheeler is putting out 475 hp and 1,050 ft-lbs of torque. Hung behind is a 10-speed automatic transmission. We understand you won’t be hearing the whine of the turbos as this particular Super Duty runs a straight pipe out the back. Obviously, that would need to be addressed should one purchase this particular truck for US consumption.
The project took Colorss nine months to finish. They must have been squeezing it in between their other jobs that include high-end collision work and custom paintwork. No price is given but if you have to ask you’re probably not who Colorss is looking for.