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SEMA Truck

Ti­tan Tanks had a SEMA spot open up last minute, as the builder slot­ted for that spot wasn’t go­ing to have a com­pleted truck in time for the show. Pa­tience had a nice 2012 Ford F-350, which he used for haul­ing du­ties at Ti­tan and at home, which was prime for a re­fresh. It only made sense to make the shop tow rig into an even bet­ter hauler and shiny show truck to fill the empty SEMA spot.

Pa­tience and Ti­tan Tanks do a few cus­tom builds a year and have some solid in­dus­try con­nec­tions. Re­peat spon­sors know their word is gold, and they are al­ways ready to help at a mo­ment’s no­tice. Even with in­dus­try cred and a strong port­fo­lio it was im­pres­sive for this build’s spon­sors to come through with such an in­sane dead­line, es­pe­cially as many of them had their own SEMA projects to but­ton up.

The truck was dis­played front and cen­ter on the bridge in front of the an­nual SEMA Show in Las Ve­gas. This spot gets lots of traf­fic and is re­served for some of the top builds at the event, a high honor with all the in­cred­i­ble ve­hi­cles at the show.

Do­ing what Pa­tience uses the truck for reg­u­larly and what it does best: haul­ing loads all over the coun­try, like this com­pound-turbo Colorado seen pre­vi­ously in the pages of Diesel World.

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