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Thread: Headed to SEMA!

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    Headed to SEMA!

    I'm headed to Vegas on Monday to attend SEMA. I'm in the industry, so technically I'll be working a little bit but my primary intent is to get eyes on the 5 FFR trucks that will be there and get some ideas and inspiration. I have seen the brown FFR truck at the showroom in Mass when I visited the factory, but other than that I haven't seen another one in person. I plan on taking a lot of pictures and seeing how everyone else did their own builds. Any requests for pics or info while I'm there? I'm happy to ask questions about the builds, or get info from other vendors about products that will compliment our trucks. I also intend to have settled on a paint color before I come home. Hopefully something jumps out at me at the show. There is usually no shortage of inspiration.
    FFR Hot Rod Truck #79
    Gen III Coyote with 6R80 A/T

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    Depending upon how much access you have, I would love to see some interior pictures. Especially seating options and any impressions you might have on legroom and comfort. Have a great trip and don’t work too hard!

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    Opening up legroom is my primary focus. Iím interested to see if any of the aftermarket seats will fit better than the ones that came with the kit or if I would be better off modifying the bench. I love the feel of a well bolstered race seat, but I think Iíd also like to be able to get in and out of the vehicle without using crisco. Iíll keep you posted.
    FFR Hot Rod Truck #79
    Gen III Coyote with 6R80 A/T

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    If you didnít see it in my build thread, I discovered that the Logano truck at SEMA has had the cab extended behind the door, and the bed shortened the same amount. Iím going to go this direction with my truck. As for pics, hereís just a handful. The show is overwhelming!89D278CF-9E21-4185-B130-81B1B498A73F.jpgDE0D720C-460E-4794-9EAE-12253E133C56.jpgDE590FEF-604D-4138-9285-763F0922C4C5.jpg323D5D40-74A4-4E1E-9F91-EDB32DC141D4.jpgC30EA899-E902-4475-A02E-2DA987853F70.jpg5E4D5086-E46C-447F-B246-8A2EEB8CA25C.jpgF988E31A-1494-4DA8-81C0-93027450CA35.jpgE8079B69-580A-4BC7-8AEC-5B96F1B27689.jpg57398951-A834-4EDF-80A7-140873A148EE.jpg022C38DC-D9C3-4365-943C-464EC6D3CF69.jpg
    FFR Hot Rod Truck #79
    Gen III Coyote with 6R80 A/T

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    So many great ideas that we can steal from. I missed seeing the suicide doors on the green one the first time I saw pics of it. I like extending the cab but don't want to shorten the bed to do it.

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    Great pictures, that procharger interior is pretty sharp and along the lines of what I am thinking about for mine. For now I am likely going to pass on stretching the cab. Taillights in the stakebed pockets are a neat touch too. Thanks for posting.

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