The final day of the 2013 SEMA Show arrived all too quickly. For the fiftieth time, SEMA’s doors closed and the anti-climactic teardown began for increasingly-weary vendors and exhibitors, many of whom had spent all week on the showroom floor. The off-road hall contained plenty of trail-ready diesel powered trucks equipped with all sorts of products and accessories intended to dominate the wild outdoors including racks, light bars, bumpers, wheels, tires, exterior protection and interior upgrades, suspension parts, and much more. AEV’s Ram on 40s looked factory and was definitely a clean build you won’t want to miss. American Force Wheels has face plate inserts which bolt onto their rims, easily adding some flare that can be painted, powder coated, airbrushed or wrapped and changed up whenever the owner wants. If you see a wheel changing color and making you feel crazy, it may be American Force’s inserts. We also saw several overseas diesel Toyota HiLuxes, which were a unique treat. BDS Suspension’s 2.8L common rail diesel 2005 Jeep Liberty Project KJ 2013 Ultimate Adventure vehicle was on hand and actually clean. We hope you’ve enjoyed the daily updates from the SEMA Show this year. Stay tuned for full magazine coverage soon!