I love or hate my ride at home edition because we are going around the world but it's more special than that yeah. It is because we are not just looking at foreign trucks, and these are all American trucks that have made their way overseas, yeah an American trucks abroad. How cool is that? Because we've got some of the biggest trucks in the world and I love seeing how people use them in the rest of the world, so let's get right to it and let's talk about the first at home edition video. What do we have and what do we have? So we have a Ford Raptor yep. An f1 is here after in Saudi Arabia, and it's got one of the coolest rear shells. I'Ve ever seen, we take a look yeah roll, the video, please Music. My name is pies and I'm talking to you from Saudi Arabia, and I don't like to show you my ring, so this is Raptor. 2019. 800, Oh to a I bought new a few months ago and we didn't do any change in the engine. So we strengthened the springs, the rear side of the car to compensate for the low payload of the Raptor I'm, making my car – and this is basically something that we did. We do in Saudi Arabia, there's two people that you're I specialized for this work. This is storage and some of this stuff – and this is this – is my gain – is set up for the barbecue.
This is for the essentials of recovery and here's, something very interesting about fatigue: oh that's, my routine gas up top there Music Music. So we fixed one dramatic, fridge and freezer of 50 liters, which is supplied by the solar power and it is stored in the to Northstar battery. Each one is more intelligent in watts, and we have an inventor of 3000 plus we fixed also an ARB air compressor with the big cylinder which you can see down. Underneath the solar power is the hundred 50 watts and is fixed over this structure, and it is also supplying our air conditioner, which is fixed to the ceiling of the selection. Okay. Now this is the completed Music, all right, wow, just wow. That is a lot of the craziest out fitted for drafters. I have ever seen. I love the Saudi Arabia flare that this truck has. I got ta give that a 10 out of 10 Tommy because yeah, you know I mean I think the camel is no longer the boat or is a chip of the desert. I think it's the wrapper now what the heck is the ship of a desert. I think that's, what a camel supposed to be right. The ship of the desert never heard that. No, you guys are just too young I'm gon na give it a 9 out of 10. I love this build. It really is a cool looking truck and out in the middle east, where there's wide open stretches of desert a raptor is in the perfect vehicle I'd love to have that here in America I am very jealous.
That is something that I think would be even hard to do here: yeah ship of the desert, yeah there's, a Family Guy sketch where they were trained on the water boat on the tracks, okay, yeah, but that reminds me of it completely backwards, but, okay, okay, I Think that's a thing you guys, google, it. Let me know if I screwed up all right next up we are going to build yeah bill has a Chevrolet Silverado, but not like when you have ever seen. This is pretty wild. This is an HD truck in Australia. That'S set up like an Overland build. You know, I love when we see American trucks, especially big trucks in Australia, because let's face it. We'Ve got very similar topography, so we've got district. You guys have deserts. You know, we've got a lot of space. You guys have a lot of space. We have a lot of people, you guys don't, so let's see what you've done bill we've got. Floridians they've got kangaroos. This is yeah well, that's a whole different thing. You can Italian yeah Australia to be precise, since my 2012 LML Silverado Duramax it's a 3500 but wasn't the 2500 that's been had an increase in GBM to 3500. A single rear, wheel, converted to right hand, drive for Australian conditions. The canopy on the back here with all the gear in the back got a safe hitch and rather large, set of air horn kleine, seven 30s up there a lot of gear in the in the back, which has a lithium battery tucked away to run the accessories.
Here got a Australian made travel buddy 12 volt oven picked on gauge to tell me the state of the battery and so on, fridge thermometers. Air pressure gauge could pump up to 150 psi at the moment. Rear camera extra brake lights over this sides. The fridge that's a up right angle, fridge nothing exciting. In that moment, no grog spare tire in the back, because it's got a six inch lift tonight, even though I'm 6 foot one, I find it difficult to live with that 50 odd kilos or 100 110 pounds or whatever that is in American up so I've. Just recently, under one of the things I've done under the covert lockdown is to install a winch with a jib that comes in, and I can lift the tire up with that. Effortlessly got an inverter in there. We run on 240 volts here in Australia, so that's a 12 volt to 240 volt inverter 600 watt in a DC to DC charger. I work on the front here: it's australian made by a company called tough to you double. If we have some quite a lot of kangaroos here in Australia and you don't want to be eating them and breaking the radiator and everything else at the front, so those this massive bull bar does the job there is the interior there's the steering wheel on the On the wrong side, for you, guys in America, added a lot of switches down the bottom, to control lights and ear, horns and all sorts of other things.
Few milk crates together tools are in a cupboard that I made myself just timber I've added a temperature sensor to the rear differential. So I can monitor that on the cts to gauge in the driver's cab it's the CTS, to gauge the air pressure in the airbags air pressure for the air safe each, which I can control here up up and down. Oh my gosh Tommy. Did you see the size of that rubber? That is more like a moose bar on the front of that thing, incredible I mean look, how much work he's done to that truck. That is heavy duty defined. It looks like something out of Mad Max at Brennan isn't, that cool yeah yeah, that is that is like I said you could knock over a moose with it, a kangaroo if you hit it in the outback. So what do you think of the truck? Oh it's? A 10 out of 10, I mean it's such a cool, looking built I'm very purposeful, and that front end with these bars that extends over the wheel. Arches there for additional protection is just nuts yeah yeah. I just I'm fascinated by these trucks Tommy, so let's move on over to the next one. What do we got so? Next up? We have a Ford f, 150 from Denmark. This is a big truck to drive around the Denmark. The lists, I think, it's, not the red one, no it's, not the red one, alright actually wanted know more about the red one.
This is my one f50 King Ranch Powerstroke diesel 2019 demonstrator with 25000 kilometers on it. I bought it online in Toronto, Canada, by a Ford dealer in February, and had it shipped to Denmark. It has all the bells and whistles, including power, step, massaging leather seats, twin panel moonroof and the technology package. It has no backseat a rear seat. They have been taken out and I'm going to explain to you why in just a moment I have sourced and undercover tonneau cover locally here in Denmark and have had it painted to match the truck. Here you see the rear seats in the bed of the truck it's registered as a work truck, and because of that, the back seat had to be taken out due to Danish law. I can put them back at a later date if I pay some additional tax. The orange rear turning light had to be rebuilt into the tail lights, because Danish law and it's not permitting the standard red light flashing. So a small PLC unit is controlling the or the orange LED light blinking. I bought it for sixty six thousand Canadian dollars that's around forty eight thousand US dollars with the shipping cost conversion into Danish law and text. The cost on the street with the license place is around seventy five thousand US dollars. This is my forever truck that I planned to keep for the next 15 to 20 years. Thank You, Theodore TfL, for letting me submit my wonder.
50. All right tell me. You know that Ford f. 150 is cool, but the 12 wheel drive. Is that? What is that thing? It is incredible how many wheel steer I mean it's all wheels. Did you see that no I'm, focusing on the f 150 to be on it after I focus on the f 150? When you have this incredibly cool, I don't know what that is truck next Rick. You know you heard it here. First, my dad has never seen a crane send us a video of the crane. How would I see the crane? I want to see how many of those wheels actually steer, and I want to know if that is indeed 12 wheel – drive, because obviously it's got all those wheels to distribute the weight, but that is one cool bas I'm, going with bas because that's okay, what are You going to give the f 150. The f 150 is way cool. You know, seeing a Ford in Europe is always like seeing a fish out of water because good luck, parking them at your local grocery store or your local car park, but yeah it's cool. I love like I say I love seeing American trucks abroad, and that was a cool example of one so I'm gon na give it a 8 out of 10 I'm gon na give it a 9 out of 10 because it takes a lot of dedication to drive Such a large truck through Europe, we had a Tiguan once in Germany and that thing felt massive, so traveling, a full sized American truck has got to take some, so some real cojones as Nathan would say all right.
If you are watching this, give us a walk around of the crane that's, the one. I really want to see why why I can see that at the local Home Depot like 2 miles from here Tommy, but that crane? Oh, my god, but this is a Denmark it's, an f 150 in Denmark, now that's the cooler story here. All right. If you guys want to send them some videos, how do they go about doing their Tommy? Well, I've got a little link in the description below be sure to click that link and watch the tutorial, yep and I'd love to see some of you guys with trucks that you don't. Like you know, this is called dude. I love or hate my ride. We just got in the tunnel up. I want to see the ones that are like not so much loved. I think that'd be a really interesting video, as always is Roman and Tommy head over to TfL truck comm for the latest and greatest and news views in 12 wheel, it's eight wheels it's twelve one, two three, four five, six seven you'll see keep going don't. Believe you come on come on. Look there! You go one.