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25th Annual Southeastern Mini Truckin’ Nationals: The Legendary Show Turns 25
750 of the baddest rides from all over the USA and Canada as well as vendors from all the way across the U.S. all recently converged in one field in Maggie Valley, NC. As if that wasn’t cool enough, we also captured all those rides out cruising the same street! It was an action-packed weekend
Jeremy CookJul 19, 2019
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Radical Renderings- Nick Crouch
If you’ve been following this column in The World’s Leading Truck Publication for a while, you’ve seen the work of Nick Crouch before. Every time we bring him back for an update, there is a folder of artwork to look through, and all of it features rides in various build stages. He has spent many
Bryan FrossJul 18, 2019
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Busted Knuckles- 1948 Chevy 3100- Toys for Tya
The truck culture is generally geared toward bearded men who bear a resemblance to rugged lumberjacks with the knowledge of used car salesmen. When you hear about a truck owned by a woman, some may wonder about the extent of her involvement in the build but still admire the progress. When you find out the
Phil GordonJul 17, 2019
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United Pacific Industries C10 Open House
Even though they’ve been around for 30 years, United Pacific Industries has come on strong in recent years in the hot rod, classic truck, and muscle car industry. They made a big mark with their all-steel ’32 Ford and custom LED lighting for all types of vehicles. At this point, they carry over 20,000 products.
Jeremy CookJul 16, 2019
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Brothers Show & Shine 2019
We can’t even remember a time when there wasn’t a Brothers Show & Shine to go to every year in the middle of the summer in SoCal. We remember the big move from a school parking lot to the park on the edge of Orange County many years ago, and remember when just a couple
Jeremy CookJul 15, 2019
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Dropt ‘N Destroyed 2019- 16 Years Strong & a New Venue
For the past 16 years, Dropt-N-Destroyed has etched its way into truck history in Ohio. Until this year, the event was held at the world-famous Shawshank Redemption prison, known as the Mansfield Reformatory. Show promoter Aaron Combs decided to relocate to the Portage County Regional Airport just outside of Cleveland, Ohio, for more room. The
Phil GordonJul 10, 2019
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Outbreak 2019
Starting a new truck show can be very difficult, but when you’re Ben Miller and you’ve successfully hosted Turkey Drag for 15 years, you develop a following. When Ben created a new show called Outbreak in 34-square-mile Lufkin, Texas, in 2018, he chose the Angelina Expo Center to hold it. Now in its sophomore year,
Phil GordonJul 9, 2019
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LS Fest West 2019
There are very few events in the automotive world that can truly cater to every type of enthusiast. From drag racing to drifting, off-road jumping to road course racing and a sideshow donut pit next to an autocross course, Holley Performance’s LS Fest West truly had something for everyone—assuming that you have an LS of
Jason MulliganJul 5, 2019
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2003 Chevy Silverado- Avoiding the Shaft
Most people don’t think about replacing the U-joints on their truck until they hear the telltale whine. That’s exactly what happened to us and Project Over/Under recently. With the truck basically complete, we’ve mostly been enjoying it, but we’ve also done a little fine-tuning. We changed out the exhaust—our former kit was rubbing in a
Jeremy CookJul 2, 2019
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The ’04 Super Duty Blues: Revamping the Leaf-Spring Suspension
Longtime readers will definitely recognize our ’04 Ford Super Duty project. Over the last few years, we’ve updated the 6.0L Power Stroke engine, added a stellar audio system, filled the bed area with storage solutions, and tried out various grille and bumper combinations. And that 6.0L statement combined with the mention of leaf springs in
Jeremy CookJul 1, 2019
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2017 Ford F250- Influential
Being branded an influencer is the gold star of the truck culture and essential to a shop or a builder’s success. We all know social media is the way we get our name out, and Plan B Fabrication does that daily with its 118,000 followers (and counting). The owner of Plan B, Rob Pique, has
Phil GordonJun 29, 2019
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2016 GMC Denali 2500HD: Black Jack
The most widely played casino game in the world is blackjack, with the objective to beat the house—and Cesar “Tweety” Olivas of Midland, Texas, has been beating the house for years. As owner of one of the most successful custom truck shops in the area, Tweety’s Tire & Welding, which specializes in suspension, paint, and
Phil GordonJun 28, 2019
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Toys For Trucks Lifts a 2018 Sierra HD With CST, Method & Toyo
One of our favorite things to do around here at Truckin is take a very new, stock truck and alter the stance in one direction or the other. This month, we chose to take a bone-stock ’18 Sierra 2500 HD and lift it up—way up! The first call we made was to CST Performance Suspension
Jeremy CookJun 28, 2019
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1967 Chevy C10- Ol’ Blue
There are not very many people who share Shawn Shipers’ experience. He has been fortunate to still own the first car he purchased in the fall of 1987 on his 16th birthday: an all-original shortbed with a six-cylinder, three-on-the-tree ’67 C10 pickup he named Ol’ Blue. This was Shawn’s main form of transportation through high
Grant CoxJun 27, 2019
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Ram Charged: Installing a Procharger on a Ram 2500
The art of superchargers has come a long way in the past several years. Gone are the days of cutting holes in the hood and strapping a potential time bomb to your long-block. Today’s superchargers are pre-tuned to work with your factory configuration and come with all the necessary parts to make installation easy and
Jeremy CookJun 27, 2019
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2012 Chevrolet Avalanche- EvolAvy
Evolution is defined as the gradual development of something from a simple form to a more complex form. For Mook Templet of New Orleans, Louisiana, evolution hasn’t halted. When he was a young boy, his father owned a Toyota mini-truck in which they used to cruise up and down their lakefront. During his youth, Mook
Phil GordonJun 27, 2019
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Project Rebirth ‘71 Suburban Part 3: Steered Straight
With every project—especially older ones like our ’71 Chevrolet C10 Suburban—there are issues that can and will come up when you begin to tear into it. Last month, we brought you a second helping of tech on our ’71 Suburban, consisting of a Baer brakes install to go along with the QA1 coilover conversion and
Bryan FrossJun 26, 2019
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Spring Rod Run 2019
In 1974 the Daytona Beach Street Rod association created two shows in Daytona Beach, Florida. Originally beginning by the clubs president Stu Sarjeant because he attempted to enter his full custom Ford truck into a local car and truck show and was denied entry because modified vehicles weren’t allowed. The following year Turkey Rod Run
Phil GordonJun 26, 2019
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1986 Mazda B2000- MazDawg
The Mazda B-series trucks were first introduced in 1961 and continued all the way to 2009. For the tenure of almost 50 years in production, the Mazda B-series was the most popular in its fourth-generation models, the mid-’85s to ’98s. Once introduced in North America, the sleeker-styled Mazda B2000, a 2.0L engine (up from the
Phil GordonJun 26, 2019
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1993 GMC Sierra- Blood Line
Most trucks we hear about don’t have extensive backstories, but Bloodline does. Back in 1993, Patrick Reid’s parents bought this GMC Sierra new from the car lot. By 2000, his father was using it exclusively for his sheetmetal business. In 2007, when Patrick graduated college, the GMC was gifted to him as a reward for
Phil GordonJun 25, 2019
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