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Yokohama Geolander X-AT Tire Test
We all want quiet, fuel-efficient, good-looking, multi-purpose tires that last. Not an easy list to check off completely, especially in the full-size diesel truck category. These weighty beasts test the capability of any contender vying for buyer satisfaction. After all, diesel trucks are workhorses, and their work shoes need to perform at that same level.
Michael EckersonMar 27, 2020

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Toyo Tires Open Country A/T III
More on this 2016 Chevy Colorado! How To: Installing Bilstein’s 5100 Series Adjustable Front Struts, Rear Shocks Eliminating Sway: Improving a 2016 Chevrolet Colorado’s Handling with a Hellwig Rear Sway Bar Kit Get Loud; Installing Kleinn Air Horns’ Biggest Train Horn Kit on a Chevrolet Colorado How To: Install AMP Research Automatic Running Boards for
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Banks Power Differential Cover
Unless you’ve still sporting a Motorola flip phone and relying on AOL dialup internet, you should be aware of both the existence of aftermarket differential covers and the YouTube video series from Gale Banks Engineering (aka Banks Power) regarding the negatives of the traditional flat-back aluminum covers. Not ringing a bell? Check out the links
Jason GondermanMar 23, 2020
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How To: Installing Bilstein’s 5100 Series Adjustable Front Struts, Rear Shocks for 2013 to 2020 Chevy Colorado
More on This Colorado’s Upgrades! Eliminating Sway Installing Kleinn Air Horns’ Biggest Train Horn Kit Install AMP Research Automatic Running Boards SDP’s Compound Turbos Make Loads of Power One of the most consistent things throughout the truck hobby  is the fact that most hardcore enthusiasts—especially those who actually own pickups—typically are open to “modifying” their
K.J. JonesMar 20, 2020
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How To: Installing S&B Tanks’ 60-Gallon Fuel Tank for Ford’s 2011-2016 Super Duty
Hopefully, you have already taken a moment to read our report on 5 large-capacity diesel fuel tanks. In that article, we highlight some of the popular styles and sizes, as well as typical reasons for adding bigger fuel cells, and what their benefits and drawbacks are. Extending the fuel range for Corben Guerra’s 2011 Ford
K.J. JonesMar 18, 2020
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Best Aluminum Radiator Upgrade for Wrangler
I have 1994 Jeep YJ with a 4.0L HO straight six engine and three-speed automatic transmission. The automatic has its own cooler and fan on the wheelwell, and I am running an electric fan on the radiator. I did not have any overheating problems with the stock radiator, but the old radiator has sprung several
Trenton McGeeMar 18, 2020
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New Toyo Open Country A/T 3
We can’t be the only people in the world that get excited about a new tire. Like a kid on Christmas, we just can’t wait to try out the latest offerings from the world’s biggest tire manufacturers. While we love new models, revisions of old classics are always welcome. And that’s exactly what Toyo has
Jason GondermanMar 17, 2020
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Installing a Holley 750 on our C10 SBC
Many years ago, a certain enthusiastic magazine editor was making good progress on his C10 project, but then that same editor decided it would be cool to have two C10 projects going simultaneously, and the rest is history. Well, more like history still waiting to be made. To be fair, there has been a ton
Jeremy CookMar 13, 2020
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Windshield Protection with ExoShield at Daley Visual
More on this Ford F-150 Project! TOTYl Ressurection is Back! Window Tinting Install with Dub IR Film at Daley Visual This old Ford has been through a lot. After winning Motor Trend’s Truck of the Year back in ’97, it became the parts hauler, moving truck, and the vehicle you leave at the airport for
Jeremy CookMar 10, 2020
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ICON Vehicle Dynamics Ford Raptor Hydraulic Bumpstops
If you’ve ever hit a speedbump or gutter a little too quickly—and haven’t we all—then you no doubt know the value of a good suspension bumpstop. Most vehicles these days use a microcellular jounce, which is basically an advanced foam rubber. In most situations this type of suspension stopper is perfectly adequate. However, when you
Jason GondermanMar 10, 2020
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Jeep Gladiator Bed Cap
It seems like everyone is in love with Jeep’s new truck, the Gladiator, and its bed. For years and years, Jeep fans have been prodding and poking Jeep to build a Jeep with the utility of a truck bed. Well, fast-forward past what seems like the past 20 years (the last Jeep truck was available
Verne SimonsMar 6, 2020
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Chevrolet Performance Silverado Intake and Exhaust Install
Unless you have really deep pockets or have the ability to throw caution to the wind, most of us wait until the factory warranty has expired before making any significant changes to a new truck. Today’s trucks are extremely complex, especially on the electrical side, so voiding the factory warranty is a serious decision. Speaking
Jefferson BryantMar 5, 2020
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Jeep Gladiator JT Supercharger Kit from Hamburger's Superchargers
With a curb weight of 4,672 pounds, the wonderfully versatile but nonetheless large Gladiator Rubicon tips the scales at least 200 pounds heavier than even the portliest four-door Wrangler Rubicon powered by the same 285-horsepower Pentastar V-6—and it’s more than a 500-pound weight penalty over a two-door Pentastar-powered Wrangler Sport. That’s a lot of extra
Barry KluczykMar 5, 2020
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Mishimoto’s Ford F-150 Transmission Cooler
In a previous installment of our 2013 Ford F-150 Raptor build series, we talked in depth about installing Mishimoto’s new aluminum radiator for the Ford F-150 and specifically the Raptor. While we were working on that, we also set to installing Mishimoto’s new transmission cooler. This new cooler adds a significant amount of cooling ability
Jason GondermanMar 3, 2020
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Mishimoto’s Aluminum Ford F-150 Radiator
Cooling is one of the most important mechanical areas of any pickup. If you’re planning on pushing a truck to its limits, you need a cooling system that’s up to the challenge. And while most OEM cooling systems do the job adequately there’s something to be said for having a decent buffer against complete and
Jason GondermanMar 2, 2020
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Installing a Pioneer AVH-2550NEX Head Unit at AP Sounds
If you’ve been following along, you know we’re well into phase 2.0 of building our 1997 Ford F-150, dubbed Project TOTYl Resurrection because of its history as a former Motor Trend Truck Of The Year winner, back up to not-quite-a-classic-but-a-cool-driver-status. We started off with an interior update from TMI, followed by custom Dub IR glass
Jeremy CookFeb 28, 2020
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Most Popular ECM Programmers for Diesel Trucks
The phrase “there are levels to this (expletive)” is easily applied to modifying a diesel pickup truck; especially enhancing its engine’s performance. Powertrain upgrades typically range from proverbial “wild to mild,” and of course, their cost increases exponentially based on whatever changes are made. For diesel rigs later than 1994, all roads to managing engine
K.J. JonesFeb 26, 2020
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Installing Custom Fuel Offroad Wheels and a Switch-pros Wiring Panel to our Toyota Tundra Overland Project
More on this Toyota Tundra Build! Trail Ready Tundra: Part One 2014 Toyota Tundra- Trail Ready Tundra: Part Two Adding an ARE Shell, Bed Rug, and Topper Lift to Our Overland Project Toyota We Install a Front Runner Low Profile Roof Rack on a 2014 Toyota Tundra We’re calling our Toyota Tundra Overland project done.
Jeremy CookFeb 26, 2020
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Low-Buck Power: Three Cheap Performance Upgrades for New Trucks
So, you’ve gone and taken the plunge. You did your research, shopped for the “best deal,” and purchased a new pickup truck (for this discussion, diesel or gas doesn’t matter). When it comes to modifying and making changes, some of the people reading this probably are content with never, ever doing anything to their new
K.J. JonesFeb 26, 2020
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Window Tinting Install with Dub IR Film at Daley Visual
You may still remember a few years back when we dragged this beaten-down 1997 Ford F-150 Lariat out of the parking lot and got it back on the road. This is the very truck that Ford delivered to Motor Trend Magazine back in 1996 for testing, and subsequently won the coveted Truck of the Year
Jeremy CookFeb 19, 2020
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Top 5 Large-Capacity Diesel Fuel Tanks
Diesel fuel. For all intent and purpose, it is the absolute life blood of engines that share its name; the 2.8L, 3.0L, 5.9L, 6.6L, 6.7L, and other powerplants that motivate the pickup trucks we drive. It’s the elixir that today can cost upwards of $4.00 per gallon in some U.S. cities, and due to this
K.J. JonesFeb 14, 2020
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1969 Chevy C10- Texas LoHorn

They say everything is bigger in Texas, which meant in order to stand out Carlos Zapata needed to go bigger than anything he had ever done. Born and raised in Dallas, Carlos was part of a migrant worker family that did a lot of traveling. From picking oranges in Florida to working sugar beets in

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