Aired: 09/10/2011 | Views: 4,300 | Comment
We’re adding a hybrid air-over-leaf suspension kit to a work truck and doing some vintage looking door lettering on Project ClasSix! (17:07)
We’re upgrading to disc brakes on our 1971 C-10. Then we’re painting our new doors and doing a little bodywork to cover up the old gas hole.
Today, we’re adding new truck arms, lowering springs, sway bars and rebuilding our front control arms on our 1971 Chevy C-10!
We’re firing up our supercharged 4.6 “Aluminator” engine for the first time and we’re going to show you how to find the center of gravity of your ride!
We’re turning the Trucks! shop over to a team of WyoTech graduates, as they begin building the ultimate shop truck for their school! These grads are starting work on WyoTech’s 1964 F-100 by upgrading the 390 FE V-8 with a new cam and intake. Also, they’re installing an independent suspension on this classic before taking it to WyoTech campuses around the nation for more work by teams of students. When they’re done, this will be one cool shop truck!
We’re adding Edelbrock’s E-force supercharger to a 5.3 liter GMC with a little help from the guys at Lingenfelter. We’ll show you how to make way more horsepower for towing or for just having a little more fun.
We’re doing an 6 liter LS engine swap from a salvage GMC 2500 into our 1971 C-10 Cheyenne and showing you how to extract and prepare the entire drivetrain for a truck heart transplant.
We’re going to the Good Guys Nashville annual car show and autocross to check out all the cool trucks, new products and deals in the swap meet. Then, we’re taking our turn on the autocross course with a little challenge between our hosts.
We’re showing you how to do the easiest rust repair known to man, completely replacing the rusty panel with a brand new sheet metal one. Then, we’re taking a Kenworth big rig out for a little test drive.
We’re finishing up our project to build a truck and trailer for tradesmen and contractors that will be auctioned off and all the proceeds will go to a non-profit organization that is helping put tradesmen back to work.
We’re starting a new project to build an awesome truck and trailer combination for America’s hard working tradesmen and contractors. When we’re done, it will be auctioned off and all the proceeds will go to a non-profit organization helping put tradesmen back to work.
We’re adding helper air springs to a 2011 Dodge 2500 to help with towing and leveling loads in the bed.
We’re taking out our re-build 2008 Jeep Wrangler JK to the trails to see how we did and to make sure it’s ready to be given away to one of you lucky viewers. Then, we’re doing the final assembly on our Project Rolling Thunder street and race truck.