Photos by Phat Phabz
A lot can be done with pickups. No matter whether you leave them unchanged in height, whether you use them for tough off-road use raised, or whether you can presses very deeply on the asphalt, making them monstrous low-flyers. The type of vehicle leaves nothing to be desired. Not only used as a workhorse, but also more and more often as a Lifestyle vehicle, a pickup reveals the American way of drive like no other vehicle. Due to the versatility of the vehicle concept, of course, many tuners and tuning forges also become aware of pickups, which creates ever crazier creations that vie for the favor of tuning fans. Like this one 2020 GMC Denali 3500 with twin tires, and another heavily modified one Chevrolet Silverado 3500 HDthat definitely attract everyone's attention.
Low-flying aircraft with an eye-catching effect.
The azure one GMC Denali 3500 is probably one of the very few examples of a pickup truck that almost to the ground was drained. The low height make it possible extensive modifications to the chassiswhich of Phat Phabz in Oklahoma. The tuning company has made a name for itself in the field of chassis modifications and is the first address when it comes to realizing crazy creations. With help of a Airride chassis this pickup is so low that its front touches the leaves on the road in autumn. It is hard to believe, but such a modification is, compared to the elevation, a extremely complicated procedure, which is why specialists have to work for this tuning measure so that no unwanted breakdowns occur. This slammed pickup is a GMC Denali 3500 with Zwillingsbereifung on the rear axle that is on 26-inch Alus rolls on which tires im Format 315/40 R26 are raised.
Believe it or not, the GMC Denali is not the only pickup that has been tuned this way by this company, there is also one red Chevrolet Silverado 3500 HD can be seen in the photos with the same silted look. It is also unique and, like the GMC, has one Zwillingsbereifung on the rear axle. In our opinion, both show trucks are more for a Hollywood film than for the road, because who would seriously want to buy a pickup with twin tires that is lower than a super sports car? The two pickup trucks from GMC and Chevrolet are ideally suited for the cabinet of curiosities.
Nothing has been changed in the interior.
As much as the exterior has been changed and modified, the interior is vole series remainedon both models. By the way: in the following video there is a similar vehicle (without Zwillingsbereifung) to see.
Unfortunately, we don't know anything about the engine.
Unfortunately, we don't know which heart is under the hoods of the two pickups. As you know it from US pickups, the engine power should leave little to be desired and be completely sufficient.
Our conclusion on these two slammed pickups:
Crazy, crazy, USA! After the ultra-deep Chevrolet Colorado Roadster, which we presented to you some time ago, is now the next amazing project, and that in duplicate. It seems like the USA is the land of unlimited tuning possibilities. If you liked both trucks, you can have a look at the corresponding picture gallery that we have attached to the article. If we get more information about the changes, there will of course be an update for this report. You will be informed of this if you simply do ours Feed subscribe to. Have fun watching the pictures and stay true to us!
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2020 GMC Denali 3500 + 2020 Chevy Silverado 3500 HD with low-flying ambitions.
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