Although the truck competes at shows, it’s definitely built for being used regularly.
With 22x14 Fuel Offroad Hostage...
With 22x14 Fuel Offroad Hostage wheels and 40-inch Interco M16 tires, this ’08 Super Duty really rolls along nicely.
The thing about big HD trucks is that you can always find one bigger. It gets to the point where some trucks are just ridiculous simply to be able to claim they are the biggest. When Taylor Teltschick of Houston, Texas, set out to build up his ’08 Ford F-250, he knew he didn’t want to compete in the unofficial Biggest, Baddest Truck contest, but he wanted to build a truck that was perfect for him.
Everyone who knows Taylor started to call the truck MyLevel, and the name stuck. The idea was that Taylor wanted to build his dream truck for attending shows but keep it practical for a daily driver.
The King Ranch crew cab pickup sports a 14-inch red powdercoated Bulletproof Suspension lift with Fox coilovers in the front and Fox 2.0 series reservoir shocks in the rear. Fox also supplied the steering stabilizers.
With that much lift, big tires are a necessity, and Taylor filled the gap with 40-inch Interco M16 tires mounted on Fuel Offroad Hostage 22x14 wheels that were powdercoated black and red.
“Everyone who knows Taylor started to call the truck MyLevel, and the name stuck.”
Coilover Fox shocks damp the...
Coilover Fox shocks damp the front suspension.
The front of the truck was customized with an RBP front grille and side vents and Anzo headlights. Recon taillights, a third brake light, and mirror lights add some fancy touches to the truck. Additional goodies include Amp Power Steps and Bushwacker fender flares.
The interior has a custom King Ranch headliner, painted red interior pieces that match the lift and rims, a custom-made amp rack, and a center console that holds an iPad.
Adding power to the Ford’s engine are an SCT Livewire with Innovative Diesel Xtreme street tune and a Bully Dog WatchDog monitor. An MBRP 4-inch black series exhaust combines with a Flo-Pro DPF delete and an RBP tip for a stellar exhaust system.
JL was the choice for amps...
JL was the choice for amps and subwoofers.
Bully Dog’s WatchDog monitor...
Bully Dog’s WatchDog monitor keeps Taylor aware of everything that’s going on inside the engine.
Anyone can build a truck that’s...
Anyone can build a truck that’s lifted to the moon, but Taylor Teltschick built a Ford that’s perfectly proportional and functional.
Painted plastic interior parts...
Painted plastic interior parts make the Ford stand out from the average show truck.