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  • Episode 71 of The Truck Show Podcast: Solving Emissions Mysteries

Episode 71 of The Truck Show Podcast: Solving Emissions Mysteries

Jul 15, 2019

The Truck Show Podcast Presented by Nissan in association with DECKED...

...is a fun, irreverent, and edgy look at today's world of custom and factory trucks, hosted by automotive journalist Sean Holman and veteran Los Angeles radio personality Jay "Lightning" Tilles. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the latest episode of The Truck Show Podcast.

On This Week's Show:

Smog testing is a mystery to many, but in Episode 71 of the Truck Show Podcast, Lightning and Holman might be able to illuminate the subject thanks to guest Peter Treydte, director of emissions compliance at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA). Plus, they'll learn about RentATank.com, which is exactly what it sounds like (!!!), and get up to speed with the Jeep community that came together to remember a hero. Check out Episode 71 now!
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