Ford F250R Megaraptor Truck

May 5, 2017

Category: Rides

Ford’s F250 Super Duty trucks are some of the most formidable and capable production vehicles on the road today. But, for some people, they’re not quite beefy enough. Luckily, if you like their style but you want something a bit more beastly, you can have one converted into one of these gargantuan F250R MegaRaptor trucks.

But this is a whole lot more than just a simple lift conversion. Each of these trucks goes through a comprehensive upgrade from a complete teardown and rebuild of the front end, a restructuring of the bed, the addition of a custom fiberglass semi-style hood, a 4″ lift and the inclusion of Bilstein 5100 shocks, and the addition of 46″ MRAP (Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected military vehicle) wheels rated at 10,000 pounds. And they do it all by hand with extreme attention to detail. On top of the cost of a donor truck, the MegaRaptor conversion starts around $28,000 – but there’s also a smaller option on 40″ wheels, called the SuperRaptor, that goes for about $6k less.

Purchase: $22,000+

HiConsumption is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more

More From Rides

Barebones’ Cowboy Firepit Is an All-in-One System Built for Any Cookout

The modular cooking station serves as a firepit, a grill, and an open flame.

Posted By Yoni Yardeni

Partner

Blade HQ's Exclusive Terzuola ATCF Lite Drop Point Knife Is Made for EDC

The jade handle variant comes with either a black or stonewashed blade.

Posted By Ethan Brehm

Partner
Featured Image

Land Rover’s New Limited Defender Is Made Specifically for the U.S. Market

The P400 X-Dynamic SE-based 4x4 includes entry to an exclusive off-road competition in Vermont.

Posted By

Aug 16, 2022

Featured Image

Polestar’s Sixth Production Model Is an 884-HP Electric Roadster

The 2026 Polestar 6 is based on the brand's O2 concept.

Posted By

Aug 16, 2022

Featured Image

This 1985 Porsche 959 S Prototype Is One of Just Three Known Examples

Arguably faster than its production counterpart, this prototype also sports a 4WD option.

Posted By

Aug 16, 2022

Featured Image

Aston Martin’s DBR22 Roadster Is an Homage to Its Racing History

The gorgeous concept takes direct cues from the DBR1 and DB3S.

Posted By

Aug 15, 2022