Toyota’s Ultimate Motocross Truck Set for SEMA 2011

SEMA 2011

Quality teamwork has resulted in a Toyota truck that is mean and lean.

Created in collaboration with Toyota, DC Shoes and West Coast Customs, the Ultimate Motocross Truck, set to debut at SEMA, has been built on a 5.7-liter V8 Toyota Tundra Double Cab 4x4. DC Shoes used feedback from Motocross athletes in designing the truck and passed it on to West Coast Customs to perform the build. As a result modifications include a Camburg Racing suspension lift, Fox Racing shocks, KMC 18-inch wheels, a roof-rack that doubles up as a viewing deck, and fold-up bed sides.

It's also fitted with a gas pump and water pressure washer located in the bed, a winch to load bikes, a hidden ramp and custom embroidered interior. After showcasing at SEMA, the truck will tour various events, such as the 2012 Supercross Series, the North American International Auto Show in Detroit and the St. Louis Auto Show. You can also catch it in December on the reality TV show "Inside West Coast Customs."

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