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 |  Oct 28 2011, 5:00 PM

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Toyota has teamed up with DC Shoes and West Coast Customs to build a one-of-a-kind Ultimate Motocross Truck, set to debut at this year’s SEMA Show. Based on a Toyota Tundra full-size pickup, the build team used feedback from various Motocross athletes to help create a truck that every motocross rider needs to make an event trip easier.

The modifications began with a suspension lift from Camburg Racing, shocks by Fox Racing, wheels from KMC in an 18×9-inch variety paired to 35×12.5×18 General tires. Custom rough-texture paint by Line-X was then applied, while the roof rack can play double duty as a viewing deck. Other modifications include fold-up bed sides, a suicide tailgate, a gas pump and water pressure washer located in the bed, an air compressor, a winch to load bikes, a hidden ramp, custom embroidered interior and more.

The Supercross Tundra will make its debut at SEMA this year with World Freestyle champion and X Games gold medalist Nate Adams on hand.

GALLERY: Toyota Tundra Ultimate Motocross Truck

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