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Suburban Refurbin’
By now, you’ve probably seen the previous article that began our Lifted versus Lowered one-day makeover tech stories. If not, go back to last month’s issue, check it out, and then continue right back here. In this edition, we take a 2007 Chevrolet Suburban, which has spent most of its time as a family driver,
Bryan FrossSep 3, 2019

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Northern Showdown 2019
For the past six years, our friends north of the border have put together a show that you simply can’t miss. Northern Showdown started in 2013 and began as a small parking lot show. Through three different location changes, show promoter William Salazar found the perfect location at County Heritage Park in Milton, Ontario. With
Phil GordonAug 28, 2019
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Texas Heatwave 2019
Not many shows can boast about holding their 30th anniversary but Texas Heatwave can. Back in 1989, David MacDonald and his truck club Friends-N-Motion, got tired of being run off mall parking lots and other locations they all gathered at. They put together Texas Heatwave which got its name from how hot Texas is in
Phil GordonAug 27, 2019
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Relaxin’ in the Northwest 2019
Relaxin’ in the Northwest “The Awakening” was held at the Oregon State Fairgrounds in Salem, Oregon. Hosted by Relaxed Atmosphere and sponsored by Monster Energy Drinks on the weekend of July 26-28, 2019, this year was the biggest turnout to date. It was also the one with the most anticipation shown by the participants on
Juan TrevinoAug 27, 2019
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Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT Gets A ProCharger P-1SC-1 and 550 Wheel Horsepower!
If you’ve been in the truck scene long enough, it’s of no surprise that the popularity of SUV’s has only grown stronger. Late-model SUVs are not only safer to drive than their predecessors, but many can pack a serious punch in stock trim right from the factory. That said, the affinity towards these people haulers
Sean HaggaiAug 23, 2019
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1971 Chevy Suburban- Project Rebirth‘71 Suburban, Part 5: Heard but Not Seen
Our project 1971 Chevy Suburban is well on its way to becoming a reliable and well performing driver. It now has a much smoother ride with its QA1 Suspension. It is capable of stopping on a dime with the new Baer Brakes installed. Some safety and inconvenience issues were taken care of with a Flaming
Bryan FrossAug 21, 2019
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Xcellence in Versatility Who: Extang Corp What: Xceed Bed Cover Why: When your truck bed is wide open to the elements and passers-by, nothing is safe from harm or theft. The new Extang Xceed flush-mounted cover is a seamless, yet secure hard tonneau cover, which can provide security and weather resistance for anything you want
Bryan FrossAug 20, 2019
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Slamboree 2019
Located about 30 miles east of Oklahoma City on HWY 40, the Grand Hotel and Resort proved again to be a perfect spot to showcase everyone’s custom ride. With well over 600 cars, trucks, and motorcycles giving it their all to try to take home just one of the numerous trophies to be handed out
Grant CoxAug 20, 2019
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1947 Chevy Suburban- Best of Show
We’ve been friends with Dennis Sever for a long time now. Back around 2001, when the Brothers Truck Show was still small enough to fit in a school parking lot, we came across Dennis hanging out around his turquoise and white ’64 C10. It was a longbed and a small window, but it had a
Jeremy CookAug 19, 2019
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Camp N Drag 2019
Camp N Drag began in 2007 when Bill Baltikas and his Balistik truck club organized a show in the Midwest. For the past twelve years it’s continually grown making it one of the very few shows you never want to miss. Held at Lake Waveland Park in Waveland, Indiana, it’s secluded enough and large enough
Phil GordonAug 16, 2019
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2016 Chevy 2500 High Country- High TraX
Purpose-built isn’t always the case for most wild and crazy SEMA builds that we see year after year. However, David Fischer, of St. Paul, Minnesota, had the perfect “purpose” in mind when he approached Kelderman and Wold Fab with this wild build concept, not just to wow the crowds at SEMA. David is a professional
Mike AlexanderAug 16, 2019
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2011 GMC Sierra 1500- Bayou Betty
Our employment generally dictates the path in life we take. For instance, if you’re in the medical field your path usually involves helping others. Stephen Mehn, of Gonzales, Louisiana, was hired in a very profitable field—the oil field to be exact. The job he got actually required quite a bit of traveling, and while he’d
Phil GordonAug 15, 2019
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1966 Chevrolet K30 Crew-Cab: Big Deal
Randall Robertson thinks big … really big. If the name triggers a synapse, it’s probably because you saw the feature on his earlier truck, a ’72 K50 Crew Cab one-of-none Pegasus unicorn that answered the question, “What would a contemporary truck look like half a century ago if today’s market existed back then?” Lifted, rolling
Chris SheltonAug 14, 2019
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Busted Knuckles: The Death Dealer
There are two types of truck enthusiasts: the fullsize truck builders—who love the wide stance and large frames of trucks—and then there are the minitruckers. Minitruckers are a hardcore group of guys who will roll the smaller and lower trucks all the way to their grave. Once you’re a minitrucker, you’re always a minitrucker, those
Phil GordonAug 13, 2019
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Radical Renderings- KP Concepts
Koapono Patrick is no longer one of the “young guns” just trying to make a name for himself when it comes to designing his clients’ dream rides. Now 28 years old, he’s been a full-time graphic designer with his company, KP Concepts, for more than nine years since turning his artwork into a career back
Bryan FrossAug 12, 2019
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One-Day Suburban Build: Part One
“Mom’s grocery getter” is a term we throw around that loosely describes that other vehicle that is part of your household. Not the commuter, not the tow pig, you know–the other one. It’s not even necessary that the mom of the family drive it. It’s usually some form of SUV, and it’s even cooler when
Jeremy CookJul 31, 2019
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1964 Chevy C10- Huntington Beach Blues
The crew at DWS Classics in Huntington Beach, California, is truly comprised of early Chevrolet C10 fans. DWS Classics’ owner, Darin Smith, is always open to grab a C10 if a deal presents itself. During some searching through ads on Craigslist for a grille and stainless trim, he observed several C10s in various states of
Team TruckinJul 29, 2019
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Heavy Hemi Breathing
For the money, there is no better way to increase your trucks horsepower potential and also instill an increased level of confidence than with a bolt-on cold-air intake (CAI) kit right from the box. They’re easy to install and fit perfectly! Thankfully, the aftermarket has proven itself and CAI kits are flying off the shelves.
Sean HaggaiJul 25, 2019
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2000 GMC Sierra- Blood Pressure
One of the strongest bonds a man can have is with his mother. As young boys, we are taught about the trials and tribulations of life from our mothers. We are even judged on how we love, respect, and treat others based on how we treat our mothers. The bond between Wilkey Pierre and his
Phil GordonJul 24, 2019
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1995 Nissan King Cab- Lil’ Sketchy
Living in California, Colton McNees was exposed to all sorts of custom hot rods and trucks cruising down Highway 1. As a young child, he collected all the cool Hot Wheels he saw at the store, and that’s where his love of cars and trucks began. In 2005, during his senior year of high school,
Grant CoxJul 23, 2019
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Project Rebirth ’71 Suburban, Part 4: Gauge Gratification
So, you’re cruising your truck down the highway and look to check your current mph but the speedometer is broken. That would be a fairly easy fix. However, in the case of our ’71 Suburban project, not only was the speedo out of order but the fuel gauge needle was stripped, making it do crazy
Bryan FrossJul 22, 2019
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