OMAR VILLANUEVA OF TOMBALL, TEXAS, KNOWS WHAT HE LIKES, and he likes quality. His Spider Edition '06 Ford F-250 has had no detail overlooked.

Just one glance at the custom web bracing on the subframes (and axle radius arms) will tell you that. The tubular subframe combines with the B&C Offroad-built suspension to lift the truck more than 30 inches. King coilover shocks dampen the ride, and that's a good thing because the Weld wheels are 20x12 and the Swamper Bogger tires are 54 inches. The truck has five steering stabilizers in the custom crossover steering system that was built by B&C (Pasadena, Texas).

Custom axle trusses and custom trusses between the framerails beef up the truck. Precision Gear supplied 5.13 gears to get the truck moving from a dead stop. A transfer case clocking ring from 3rd Coast and extended driveshafts keep the driveline aligned. A billet grille adds some pop to the front end, while custom web taillights attract attention at the rear. Inside, the cab's gray leather seats with suede inserts pamper the front passengers, while the rear passengers get captain's seats upholestered in the same fashion. Audioworx did the interior work. A KNA-DDX6019 head unit controls Memphis MCA3004x2 amplifers for the mids and highs, and the subwoofers are fed juice from a Memphis MCD1500. There are four 7-inch screens for the observation cameras and one 13-inch screen for the video. There is a camera at each corner of the truck to ensure that Omar sees everyone near him while he's driving. There is certainly no doubt that everyone near him sees Omar coming.

Inside, the cab's gray leather seats with suede inserts pamper the front passengers, while the rear passengers get captain's seats upholestered in the same fashion. Audioworx did the interior work. A KNA-DDX6019 head unit controls Memphis MCA3004x2 amplifers for the mids and highs, and the subwoofers are fed juice from a Memphis MCD1500. There are four 7-inch screens for the observation cameras and one 13-inch screen for the video. There is a camera at each corner of the truck to ensure that Omar sees everyone near him while he's driving. There is certainly no doubt that everyone near him sees Omar coming.