GOOD THINGS COME
Bulldog LED lighting can be found throughout the build, with four 6-inch bars in the front bumper, two 6-inch bars in the rear bumper and a 40-inch bar behind the RBP grille insert. Spyder Auto headlights and taillights finish off the lighting package.
Handy for both work tasks and off-road adventures a Rugged Ridge 9K winch is installed in the front bumper. It is finished off with synthetic line and a Factor 55 Prolink thimble for safe, consistent closed-system winching.
Because Patience spends so much time in his truck, it was important to refresh the interior with an upgrade package. Roadwire burgundy and black two-tone leather covers all the interior seating and center console. A full Pioneer DVD entertainment/audio system keeps the tunes rocking and videos playing on those long road trips through the headrest-mounted TVS.
To finish off the entire build Patience just had to add a little bit of fun in the form of Kleinn train horns. Patience says he had to do it “because all the cool kids are doing it!”
Work, Love & Compassion
This is a work truck through and through, and every once in a while gets cleaned up for display at events. Patience and Titan have always approached their builds with a somewhat conservative view, as they are built to be used to their full potential. While they look good doing work, you won’t find any purple powdercoated axles on a Titan build.
James Patience’s F-350 build not only works hard and looks good—it also does great things for quality causes along the way. This truck brings a new high standard to the SEMA build concept, and is sure to see a lot more work and do a lot more good in its working lifetime.
Residing where the spare tire used to is a 30-gallon Titan Tank; two other 50-gallon tanks are also on board, giving the F-350 130 gallons of fuel.