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Jeremy Cook

Editor, Truckin 298 Articles

Jeremy Cook was born into a family of drag racers so he can truly say going fast and looking good doing it is in his blood. From day one Jeremy was out in the shop with Dad wrenching and getting dirty, or taking apart his toys to make them work better. By high school, he had amassed a nice collection of perpetually “under-construction” vehicles that included a ’71 Chevy K5, a ’68 Camaro convertible, and a ’55 VW oval, thereby achieving his goal of having one of the biggest, fastest, and lowest rides in the neighborhood. Having met a few magazine guys at shows and friends’ shops, it always stuck in Jeremy’s head that it might be a fun career path. During college, he spent all of his free time in the southwestern desert helping to campaign a class 7 Toyota in the SCORE series. After graduating Cal State Long Beach right about the time when the dot.commers were all jumping out of windows, he gave it a shot and ended up working for Truckin magazine. He went on to work for a handful of different truck magazines over the years and has shot covers for many more. He’s currently come full circle and is the Editor in Chief at Truckin Magazine. For fun, Jeremy builds custom vehicles that range anywhere from custom trucks to airbagged Cadillacs to old Schwinn bikes and runs a yearly bicycle poker run for charity, or just hangs out on the Southern California Beach.

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1972 Chevy K5: Resurrecting the Sublime Blazer- Part One
Resurrecting the Sublime Blazer, part one.Off Road Evolution installs new suspension, steering, and brakes on this 1972 Chevy Blazer.
Jeremy CookOct 23, 2020
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1972 Chevy K5: Resurrecting the Sublime Blazer- Intro
Recently, Truckin embarked on a little project that had been probably ten years in the making, ressurecting the Sublime Blazer.
Jeremy CookOct 22, 2020
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AccuAir Relaunch Questions Answered
When we reported on the relaunch of adjustable air suspension gurus AccuAir, we only had their Instagram post and press release to glean information from. While we were happy with the general fact that there would be a future for AccuAir, we still weren’t sure exactly what that future would look like. Well, it was
Jeremy CookOct 22, 2020
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AccuAir to Be Acquired, Relaunched by Arnott Industries
“The rumors are true. @arnottair is bringing AccuAir back, bigger and badder than ever. Stay tuned for more news on our relaunch, coming soon.” That is the Instagram post we all saw yesterday. We also received a press release from Arnott industries, a 30-year-strong family-run business that offers OE alternative parts for factory air suspension
Jeremy CookOct 22, 2020
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How to Vinyl Wrap your Truck for a Two-Tone Look
Follow along as we wrap the top of our 2002 GMC Sierra and perform everything else necessary to call the GMC’s exterior updated!
Jeremy CookOct 15, 2020
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How to Update Your Truck with a Frontend Conversion
Bringing new life to an old and tired-looking truck
Marcel VenableOct 14, 2020
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How to Install a Custom Audio System With CT Sounds & LMC Truck
After 13 years, all of the stock speakers were rotted and the head unit was lacking many of the features we have become spoiled with in our other trucks.
Jeremy CookOct 13, 2020
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How to Add Performance Cornering & Braking to a Lowered Suspension
When we picked up a ’02 GMC Sierra 1500 a while back we gave it a good examination. Suspension wise, it had been lowered with a Belltech 2/4 drop and had an Air Lift Ride Control rear load ’bag kit installed.
Jeremy CookOct 12, 2020
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How to Add Bolt-On Horsepower to a GM 5.3L LS
We add more power to a 2002 GMC Sierra with a 5.3L LS engine using bolt-on parts.
Jeremy CookOct 9, 2020
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Battle in Bama 2020
After being decommissioned in 1947—and receiving Nine Battle Stars for service during her brief three-year tenure as the Heroine of the Pacific—the USS Alabama was scheduled to be scrapped in the early 1960s. A handful of locals saw a bright future in the aging warship as the anchor attraction of a Memorial Park to be
Jeremy CookOct 8, 2020
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Qruisin PCH, Quarantine Cruise 8
We did it again. Over 2,000 vehicles gathered together in Huntington Beach, California. Well, actually, the meetup spots have been in Westminster, Long Beach, and now Costa Mesa, but you get the point. This time the meet up point was at the SOCO and the OC Mix Shopping Center. And while the beginning venue might
Jeremy CookOct 7, 2020
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Replacing Rusty C-10 Floors and Rockers with New Components from LMC Truck
We go over the replacement and repair of rusty floors and rocker panels in a 1969 Chevrolet C-10.
Marcel VenableOct 6, 2020
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1969 Chevy C10 Project, Part 6
Try to imagine back to the decade of the ’60s for a moment, when the features that we take for granted as essentials in our late-model trucks were luxury add-on upgrades to base-model trucks. Today’s truck enthusiast expects all the modern conveniences of their truck’s counterpart, the luxury car, but what about the classic models
Marcel VenableOct 2, 2020
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Building a Custom Stainless Exhaust and Aluminum Driveshaft for Our 383 Stroker SBC
Exhaust & Driveshaft Building With Gibson Performance & Inland Empire Driveline
Jeremy CookSep 30, 2020
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Installing a U.S. Radiator with Custom Shroud and Spal Electric Fans to Cool Our 383 Stroker SBC
Our Project 1969 Chevy C10 Cooling was Simplified by installing a US Radiator that comes equipped with dual Spal fans and a smooth shroud.
Jeremy CookSep 29, 2020
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