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Military Power: Indigen Armor's NSTT

A Tactical Truck For Overt and Covert Operations

Text By Jason Thompson, Photography by Courtesy Of Indigen Armor

Indigen Armor designed the Non-Standard Tactical Truck (NSTT) from the ground up specifically for special forces negotiating in urban, desert, woodland, jungle, mountainous, and arctic terrains. The NSTT can be outfitted with different armor packages for overt or covert missions (this particular setup looks like it was styled after a short-course off-road-racing Nissan truck). The NSTT is also available with a low-profile rollbar and weapons mounts for further versatility. This four-wheel-drive armored vehicle is said to fit in the MH-47 helicopter and run on JP-8 fuel. The NSTT has a 325hp International VT365 (the basis of the 6.0L Ford Power Stroke), the transmission is an Allison 1000, and the undercarriage is reported to be capable of withstanding an M-67 grenade. To see a video of the NSTT in action go to


  • Manufacturer: Indigen Armor
  • Vehicle: Non-Standard Tactical Truck (NSTT)
  • Engine: International VT365 6.0L diesel V-8 with a variable-geometry turbo
  • Horsepower: 325 hp
  • Torque: 570 lb-ft
  • Transmission: Allison 1000 six-speed automatic
  • Fuel capacity: 30.7 gallons
  • Front suspension: Independent double A-arm
  • Rear suspension: Independent rear trailing arm
  • Wheels and Tires: 161/2-inch dynamic runflat system with 33x12.50R16.5 BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A
  • Seating: 3 passengers and 1 driver
  • Overall width: 76 inches
  • Wheelbase: 1221/2 inches
  • Approach angle: 371/2 degrees
  • Departure angle: 32 degrees
  • Ground clearance: 9 inches
  • Maximum speed: 85 mph (governed)
  • Grade capability: 60 percent
  • Side slope capability: 40 percent
  • Turning radius: 22 feet
  • Deepwater fording: 36 inches

Dynamic Runflats
793 Fort Mill Highway
Indian Land
SC  29707
Indigen Armor
793 Fort Mill Hwy
Indian Land
SC  92707
By Jason Thompson
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