We’re showing you how to re-build one of the most abused parts of your truck, the starter. Then, we’ll take a look at how modern whitewalls are made and show you the correct way to measure your truck for backspace and offset before ordering new wheels and tires.
We’re lowering our totally stock 2006 GMC 1500 without changing the factory steering and we’ll show you an easy way to remove worn-out ball joints before adding new shocks, wheels and tires to get our GMC looking and riding right.
We’re on the hunt again, looking for a new project and it looks like we’ve found one! It’s a 1971 Cheyenne C-10 that comes with lots of potential and even more gas guzzling, old school, big block horsepower!
We’re adding a custom gauge display built from the Ranger’s stock gauge cluster and we’re repairing hail dents on our hood – the easy way!
We’re doing a lot of the necessary but tedious work on Project Super Dually, like hooking up the steering, the brakes, wiring and plumbing!
Project Rolling Thunder is getting safer with an all new roll cage, racing seats and all the safety gear we need to hit the track. Then, we're doing body mods to make room for our 295 - 35s up front.
The day has finally come! We’re taking our ‘49 Chevy, Project ClasSix, out on the road to see how our straight six powered, “vintage” looking truck performs.
Project Rolling Thunder is getting a layer of heat insulation under the cab to cutdown the heat from our new exhaust system.
Project SuperDually is getting an extended steering shaft, new headlight buckets, paint under the hood and a new exhaust!
Project ClasSix is getting an new interior makeover that matches its style and only costs about a hundred bucks! Then, we’ll make and install an inexpensive parts store glass-pak exhaust!
We’re adding some trail protection along with new seats and better exhaust to our Wrangler LJ. Then, we’ll flex it out to test our new long arm suspension system.
We’re back on Project Rolling Thunder and we’re adding power and fuel lines in the chassis and making our own custom aero body mods for style and for brake cooling.
We’re back on our Wrangler Unlimited to upgrade the stock front and rear axles with lower gears, locking differentials and upgraded axles shafts.
We’re adding more power to our 2000 Toyota Tacoma by adding a Turbo kit then we’re adding some off road protection in the form of rock rails and doing an easy modification called the “grey wire mod” for better traction!