When custom cars & trucks are in your blood, you spend many hours dreaming of what that perfect build would look like. Logan Jean knew he had always wanted a lifted Super Duty that was modified in every possible way. When he decided it was time to step up from his Ford Raptor into a new 2015 Ford F-250 Platinum Super Duty, the truck went from his home state of Louisiana to Oskaloosa, Iowa for the build to begin. This was going to be Logan's only mode of transportation, so he wanted something that wouldn't be too big to enjoy as a daily driver, but still provide him with an aggressive stance. The Kelderman 4-6" Lift Kit was installed on the new Super Duty while removing the front and rear factory suspension to let the new Platinum ride down the road in air suspension comfort. The 4-Link Rear Air Suspension and Hadley SAMS 4X4 Electronic Self-Leveling controls also keep the truck from squatting when Logan takes the boat out on the weekends.
One problem with daydreaming about 'the perfect truck' is that it can spiral out of control very quickly. Well...Logan didn't just want a lift kit on his truck. The Kelderman suspension components were powdercoated white and then clear coated to match the factory Ford Platinum exterior. Mirrors, door handles, and interior woodgrain pieces got the same treatment to make sure the interior was just as custom as the exterior. The factory Ford grille was painted a white/black theme and Rigid Industries light bars were tucked neatly behind the grille bars for an added touch of light on the front end. You'd think two 30" Rigid light bars in the grille and light bars sunk into the factory headlights would provide enough brightness for Logan, but even more light was added with the Q-series Rigid lights in the factory fog light location and a 30" curved Rigid light bar in the front bumper opening. A Rigid rock light kit also shines on the suspension to highlight the custom finish and let everyone know that Logan went all out with his new Ford.
Extra room from the lift kit was quickly absorbed by 22x12" American Force Bravo SF8 wheels and 37x13.50R22 Toyo Open Country M/T tires. While the truck can be seen very easily, Logan wanted to make sure he could be heard as well. A Nathan K6 train horn setup wakes up the dead at the push of a button. One other fun part of the Logan Jean story is that the entire truck was done without him knowing! Logan's family & friends were all able to get the truck and have the entire build done without him know! Now what began as a dream ended up as a surprising reality for Logan Jean with the help of the Kelderman crew. The end result is a black/white Platinum Super Duty that is certainly worth dreaming about.