2015 Roush F-150 Makes Thing Better

roush_f150_34view-Downsize

Roush Performance is well known for its aggressive and wellbuilt Ford vehicles, so it’s not surprising that Roush would give the new aluminum-bodied Ford F-150 the signature Roush treatment. But this time the company is going after the off-road enthusiast. What you’re looking at is the all-new 2015 Roush F-150, which takes the truck’s performance to a whole new level both on and off the road. Roush Performance starts with a stock Ford F-150 and improves upon it with a host of body components,
Roush graphics, a Roush side-exit exhaust system, and such interior components as Roush molded front and rear floor liners from WeatherTech to keep the carpets clean. Of course there’s also a serialized Roush console badge to document the F-150’s Roush bloodlines. Roush took the F-150’s aggressive
appearance to the next level with a host of menacing exterior touches as well as a deep rumbling Roush side-exit exhaust system that lets everyone know you aren’t pounding around with a run-of-the-mill pickup truck. This truck is not a one-trick pony though, as is evident by the choice of shocks on this factory off-road rig. Roush teamed up with Fox Racing Shox to equip the Roush F-150 with a 2.0 Performance Series suspension system that features 2-inch-diameter coilovers up front as well as 2-inch-diameter, smooth-body monotube shocks out back. A set of custom Fox shock-boots helps protect the exposed shock shaft from rocks, sand, or water while flying down the trails at speed. The Roush F-150 sports a set of 20-inch satin-black Mickey Thompson Roush simulated beadlock wheels that are wrapped in 305/55R20 Mickey Thompson Baja ATZP3 rubber. Roush also includes locking lug nuts with a key bag.

Facebook Comments

3 thoughts on “2015 Roush F-150 Makes Thing Better

  • 20/05/2016 at 2:01 pm
    Permalink

    Oh my goodness! an incredible article dude. Thank you Nevertheless I’m experiencing issue with ur rss . Don’t know why Unable to subscribe to it. Is there anybody getting equivalent rss downside? Anyone who knows kindly respond. Thnkx

    Reply
  • 11/07/2016 at 12:12 am
    Permalink

    Howdy very nice website!! Guy .. Excellent .. Amazing .. I’ll bookmark your website and take the feeds additionallyKI am happy to seek out so many useful information right here in the submit, we’d like develop more techniques in this regard, thanks for sharing. . . . . .

    Reply
  • 11/07/2016 at 5:04 am
    Permalink

    This blog is definitely rather handy since I’m at the moment creating an internet floral website – although I am only starting out therefore it’s really fairly small, nothing like this site. Can link to a few of the posts here as they are quite. Thanks much. Zoey Olsen

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

error: Content is protected !!