Earlier this month, we launched a podcast called The Truck Show. That’s right, a podcast—those things you listen to about the topics you love most when you’re bored, sitting in traffic, or stuck at the in-laws. The podcast is hosted by truck aficionados Jay Tilles (aka Lightning from SoCal radio station KROQ) and Sean Holman of the Truck Trend and Four Wheeler Networks. The first two episodes have been super informative and entertaining, covering a good spectrum of custom and factory truck topics—even including the battle over who truly created truck nuts. New episodes drop weekly.

In the latest episode, Lightning and Holman dig deep into shocks with Bilstein’s Shane Casad, talk about some of the technology found in the brand-new 2019 Ram 1500, and learn where F-100 guys go to find like-minded enthusiasts from Bump Nation founder Brad Taber. They also dissect what happens to a cow when it is hit by a trophy truck at 112 mph and chat with Fred Williams about what it’s like to go behind the scenes of his hit show, Dirt Every Day.

Listen to The Truck Show podcast on iTunes and Google Play, and be sure to leave a five-star review after subscribing. To check out additional story links, information, outtakes, and chatter about each episode, head to Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. If you want to tell us how awesome the show is, suggest a guest, or have a truck-related question, email us at truckshowpodcast@gmail.com.

Stay tuned for the next episode!