Ford will bring several custom Rangers to next month's SEMA show.
Last year, Ford brought a whole bunch of highly customized Rangers to SEMA. Now that the Ranger is actually on the road, Ford is once again bringing the Ranger to SEMA to showcase just how customizable the Ranger is thanks to a number of aftermarket and Ford Performance parts.
Starting with the Tjin Edition Ford Ranger. From father and son combo Neil and Collin Tjin, this Ranger has a low stance and a wide body. Where most Rangers get lifted, this one has been lowered 8 inches in the front and 9 inches in the rear. A set of custom 20-inch Rotiform LHR-M three-piece wheels get wrapped in Falken performance rubbers, while a set of Bear 6-piston brake calipers and 14-inch rotors bring this lowered machine to a stop.
Under the hood, the stock 2.3-L inline 4-cylinder has been given a Roush Performance intake, an RPG front-mounted intercooler, an Optima yellow top battery, and a Ford Performance cat-back exhaust. On the outside, RTR provides big fender flares, a new grille with triangle LEDs, and front and rear bumpers.
Not only that, but this Ranger comes with a CO2 system, bed lights, and fog lights so it can make a fancy entrance.
Next we have the RTR Rambler Ford Ranger, with RTR bills as the "ultimate overlanding and support vehicle." RTR turns the Ranger into a mobile campsite thanks to a SkyRise tent and integrated snowboard support capsule. A 2-inch Fox lift kit and skid plates combine with RTR Tech 6 wheels and 33-inch Nitto Ridge Grappler tires for off-road dominances. Custom fenders, grille, and roof lights complete the setup.
Finally, the Hellwig Ford Ranger follows RTRs playbook but adds a 3.5-inch Icon lift kit, 17-inch Icon Compression wheels with Falken off-road tires, and their own set of Hellwig-brand sway bars. Ford Performance comes with the cat-back exhaust, rear diff cover, and recovery kit, while Addictive Desert Designs provides rock sliders and bumpers.
In the back is a Tepul hard-shell tent with a Goal Zero solar power source and a Trail Kitchens stove on a sliding mount in the bed, transforming the Hellwig Ranger into a true mobile home.
Ford will bring 3 more custom rangers to SEMA, so check out the show starting on November 5th.