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Sean P. Holman

Network Content Director 190 Articles

Sean P. Holman is a longtime automotive enthusiast and journalist who has been with TEN: The Enthusiast Network since 2003, holding editorial staff positions at TRUCKIN, TRUCKIN’S SUV, and FOUR WHEELER, eventually taking on the editor position at 4X4 GARAGE and DIESEL POWER. In addition, Sean's work has appeared in many other brands, including JP, RECOIL, HOT ROD BIKES, and HOT BIKE. As Network Content Director, Sean is responsible for overseeing the entire Truck Trend Network’s content production and strategy. When he is not busy chasing down trucks, Sean can be found enjoying life with his daughter, working on his ’67 F-100, or out on the trail with his Jeep or mountain bike.

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2021 RAM TRX First Drive
The ’21 Ram TRX has moves, it is a gorgeous beast of a truck that exudes luxury and has the performance to back it up. In fact, it is one of the most fantastic pieces of machinery we have ever strapped ourselves in. And that’s no hyperbole, it really is that impressive. Based on the
Sean P. HolmanOct 23, 2020
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How To Mount A Power Tank In Your Wrangler JL
Power Tanks are one of those products that once you have used one, it’s tough to go back to anything else. In addition to being well-built and well-engineered, they are portable, fast, and can power air tools, engage air lockers, or quickly refill your tires. They also last a long time with minimal maintenance outside
Sean P. HolmanOct 20, 2020
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Overlanding Gear: Dometic CFX3 45 Fridge and PLB40 Portable Battery Review
If there is that one product we can’t live without on a camping trip, it’s probably a portable powered fridge. Seriously, we rather have a fridge than a tent, and maybe even a sleeping bag, and if you think that makes us spoiled, we think it’s because you’ve never had the pleasure of eating ice
Sean P. HolmanOct 12, 2020
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How to Protect Your Wrangler JL Rockers With Rock Sliders
Rock sliders are as much about function for your Jeep as they are style, and finding a set of sliders that complement the look of your Jeep Wrangler, while also protecting it, isn’t always easy. The factory sliders look nice, but are marginal for more than a stock vehicle in more serious terrain and have
Sean P. HolmanOct 5, 2020
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We Drive The Jeep Wrangler 392 Concept
The one complaint we always hear about the Jeep Wrangler is the lack of power. In fact, power was such a concern for owners that a cottage industry of aftermarket companies popped up to swap diesels and V-8s into Wranglers. Even Jeep has seemingly acknowledged the issue by going from one engine choice in the
Sean P. HolmanSep 23, 2020
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10 Ways the 2021 Ram 1500 TRX Beats the Ford Raptor
You’ve seen the memes from all the Ford fans out there who are clearly feeling threatened by the TRX’s impending dominance (at least until Ford answers back with their unannounced 2021 third-gen Raptor). With the TRX looking well matched to the Raptor so far, here are ten areas on the spec sheet that Ford will
Sean P. HolmanAug 27, 2020
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Overlanding Gear: Maxtrax Extreme Recovery Boards
Developed in Australia in 2001 after Brad McCarthy watched as his Land Cruiser was nearly overtaken by the tide while stuck on a beach, Maxtrax recovery boards have become synonymous with self-sufficiency and more recently overland adventures. The MkI version of the boards launched in 2005 and today have evolved into the Maxtrax Xtreme boards
Sean P. HolmanAug 24, 2020
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2021 Ram 1500 TRX First Look
Since 2010, there has been a swear jar of sorts in the office. Every time someone either uttered the phrase “Raptor Killer” or tried to shove it into a story, another dollar was headed for the jar. Dollar after dollar, the office pot was filled, with a moratorium on the usage of the phrase until
Sean P. HolmanAug 17, 2020
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Overlanding Gear: Portable Awning For Any Rig
Awnings for camping and overlanding are all the rage these days, but not everyone has a rack to mount a heavy-duty awning on, and not everyone wants to make their vehicle less aerodynamic by mounting an awning in the wind stream. Besides, wouldn’t it be nice if you could take your awning with you and
Sean P. HolmanAug 10, 2020
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How to Enhance Your Backcountry Cell Signal
As the sport of overlanding and backcountry exploration grows, so does the want for people to build vehicles capable of getting further out there and away from the crowds. However, the further you go, the less likely you are to have cell service. While professional adventurers may stack the deck with ham radios or satellite
Sean P. HolmanAug 6, 2020
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Nissan Turns Million-Mile 2007 Frontier Into Zero-Mile 2020 Frontier
It turns out that if you can put a million miles on a Nissan Frontier, the brand will reward you handsomely. Brian Murphy, an independent delivery driver and the only owner of the 2007 Nissan Frontier that rolled its odometer past a certified one-million-mile mark earlier this year, took delivery of his new 2020 Nissan
Sean P. HolmanAug 4, 2020
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What Is an AEV JL370 Jeep Wrangler?
American Expedition Vehicles (AEV) recently opened up the order banks for the company’s turnkey JL350 and JL370 conversions based on the hot-selling Jeep Wrangler JL. AEV has a well-deserved reputation for making some of the most capable turnkey vehicles on the planet and is known for delivering enhanced off-road performance while not compromising the OE’s
Sean P. HolmanJul 31, 2020
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10 Ways the Jeep Wrangler Beats the All-New 2021 Ford Bronco
With all of the coverage of the new Bronco’s recent unveiling, you would have thought that it spelled the end of the Jeep Wrangler. Does the Wrangler even have any redeeming qualities anymore? Is it even relevant? You might not think so if you read the Ford press releases, clearly claiming their Bronco is superior
Sean P. HolmanJul 18, 2020
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Off-Road Spec Sheet Shootout: Ford Bronco vs. Jeep Wrangler
We haven’t driven the Bronco yet, so we thought we’d have a little fun with spec charts to see how the Bronco and Wrangler stack up against each other on paper. To keep things fair, we’ll look at both the two-door and the four-door version of the 2021 Ford Bronco with the Sasquatch package and
Sean P. HolmanJul 14, 2020
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2021 Ford Bronco First Look
The horse is out of the barn and off to the (off-road) races!!! OK, bad cliches aside, the new Bronco, after years of rumor, speculation, and anticipation, has been sprung, and it is every bit as impressive as we hoped it would be. So let’s get those burning questions out of the way. Yes, it
Sean P. HolmanJul 14, 2020
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