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Ford F250 And Choppers Tearing Up The Dunes

New Products From JConcepts. Finally, the most recognizable truck on the road is Short Course ready. JConcepts introduces the first Ford F-250 Super Duty body developed specifically for Short Course Racing. Officially licensed by Ford to JConcepts, the F-250 is blended technology, combining powerful elements from the popular JConcepts assortment of SCT bodies, the Super Duty unveils like a winner. The key to the success of the JConcepts Short Course body line depends on testing, development and top notch response from the world's best racers. After the racing success of the JConcepts Short Course tires and accessories, drivers have asked for an all-terrain alternative aimed toward high-end bashing performance. Inspired from some of the most successful JConcepts Racing Tires, the Choppers have the look, fit and finish of a hard-core racing tire on steroids. Whether you are an experienced racer or beginning driver, the Choppers in blue compound are designed to tear up surfaces ranging from grass and gravel to dirt and asphalt. Ford Oval and nameplates are registered trademarks owned and licensed by Ford Motor Company. Manufactured by JConcepts, Inc. www.ford.com


 


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