In recent years, the trend of trucks that bridge the gap between off-road and show has been growing. In the show truck scene, bigger is always seen as better, but attention to detail is what separates the best builds from the rest. We’ve compiled a list of our top 5 favorites lifted trucks on Nitto Tires while taking into consideration the builds’ wheel choice, details, and overall theme of the truck.



“Aluminati” Custom Engraved F-250

Who is bold enough to take a brand new truck and carve into the paint and body? Hank Robinson is and has done so a few times before. Hanro’s “Aluminati” Custom Engraved F-250 Super Duty stands out amongst the crowd thanks to its hand-engraved body, 24×14-inch TIS 544 wheels and aggressive-looking 40×15.50R24 Nitto Trail Grappler tires.

Cummins-Swapped 1979 Ford F-250

For classic Ford truck enthusiasts like Hunter Clark of Sturgis, Michigan, finding and building a Dentside F-250 Crew Cab is the ultimate dream. With a limited number of these trucks out there, Its not everyday you see a Four-Door Cummins Swapped 1979 Ford F-250 on 24×12 Fuel Off-Road FF75 forged wheels, wrapped in LT375/40R24 Nitto Trail Grappler M/T Tires.

2019 Ram 2500

Jeff Dyer went BIG on his Ram 2500 truck for the SEMA show. This 2019 Ram 2500 sport a full FOX / McGaughy’s suspension setup and sits on 26×14 American Force Wheels with 42-inch Nitto tires.

“White Knight” 2017 Ford F-250 Super Duty

“White Knight” 2017 Ford F-250 Super Duty on 40×15.50R26 Nitto Trail Grappler Tires Built by Tim & Danielle Wing/Seaside Muffler & Off-Road

“The Ponderosa” 1966 Chevrolet K30 Dually

Rtech Fabrications took its passion for building custom-never-built crew cabs to Chevrolet’s 1966 K30 Custom Crew Cab Dually. This one-of-a-kind Dually stands on a set of 20×8.25 American Force Wheels wrapped in 37×11.50R20LT Nitto Trail Grappler Tires.