Plating of non-metal materials, dash panel and door panels.
Old tyme black 5 PC. Kit.
Custom upholstery, door panels, dash insert, seats, flooring and headliner.
Frame sanding, prepping and painting.
Custom 37 Ford aluminum radiator, overflow tank, aluminum radiator cap.
The BTF battery box is a very cool looking and safe way to mount your Optima battery. This battery box is strong enough to be mounted in any position. The battery box could be bolted down through 6 laser-cut holes in the bottom of the box or it could be welded to a battery tray. The Optima battery is held in with a clamping action to ensure the battery stays where you put it. It is formed on a from 1/8" high-strength steel plate. Battery clamping hardware is included.
Custom made DOT approved brake lines.
Boom Mat Acoustic Insulation 12"x23", Boom Mat Spray, Cool Tape, Floor & Tunnel Shield.
Quiet-Flo Electric Fuel Pump.
The Insight is an easy-to-install standalone multi-gauge display. With what would otherwise cost thousands of dollars and take hours to install, the Insight provides inexpensively and instantly.
Earl's Performance Products, -3 tube sleeve, -3 to 1/8" npt tee fitting, -3 tube nut, 3/8" stainless tubing, -3 to 1/8" straight fitting.
1 3/4" Form-A-Flex 3' kit with chrome ends.
LINE-X XTRA delivers added protection against cracking, bubbling, peeling and color fading. Not to mention that DuPont KEVLARÂ® is up to five times stronger than steel, making your truck bed stronger than just about anything you can put in it.
Assortment of single and double T-clamps in black.
10.5 clutch disc 1 1/8 x10 organic, pressure plate, hydraulic throwout bearing, hydraulic bearing spacer, sfi approved bell-housing.
The English Wheel is shaped like a large "C". There is a large 9" x 3" wheel with a flat working surface mounted at the top. There is a smaller 3" x 3" wheel mounted at the bottom with a curved working surface. The more shape desired in the panel, the more curved the lower wheel or anvil will be. Steel or aluminum can easily be shaped by pushing the metal back and forth between the wheels. Very little pressure is needed to shape the panel. The panel is stretched or raised to the desired shape. Panels free of hammer marks and other flaws can be quickly and easily formed. Many specialty shops today use the English Wheel to build or restore specialty cars, customized cars, antique cars, and aircraft.
20x16 HR-1 wheel, 33x22.00R20 sportsman S/R radial, 18x 4.5 HR-1 wheel, 26x6.00r18 sportsman S/R radial.
NitroPlate Bright is a highly polished aluminum ceramic coating capable of withstanding 1300 degrees. NitroPlate Bright is perfect for headers that see high heat but can also be used on a number of items such as intake manifolds, brake rotors, rear end housings, control arms, brackets, wheelie bars, and hood hinges.
Red Top Optima battery.
Custom stainless steel fuel tank.
GEN-IITM SYSTEMS Comes complete with: Evaporator and Mounting Brackets, Wiring Harness, Adjustable Servo, Heater Control Valve, A/C Duct Hose, Drain Kit, Defrost Option, Includes Hoses and Ducts.
Custom Metal Fabrication and Instructor. Offering workshops and instructional DVD's. Custom carb. hat for Project HRT.
29 pc. fractional drill index contains 1/16" to 1/2" in 1/64" increments.
We're turning the Trucks! shop over to a team of WyoTech graduates, as they begin building the ultimate shop truck for their school!
We're firing up our supercharged 4.6 for the first time.
Trucks! is testing their NOS equipped 2006 GMC on the dyno then, taking it to the drag strip!
Trucks! is putting Project Rolling Thunder on the dyno!
Trucks! is doing a disc brake upgrade and bodywork on the 1971 C-10.
We’re adding a water/methanol kit to a ’05 Dodge Ram 2500 diesel and a cold air kit to Project Super Dually.
Trucks! is adding a kit to improve shifting in a '06 GMC Sierra and a new coat of paint for Rolling Thunder.
Project Super Dually gets a new interior and bumpers!
It's time Trucks! heads to the racetrack to payoff Project Rolling Thunder!
Project Rolling Thunder gets safety gear and we make room for our front tires.
We're taking care of all the odds & ends on Project Super Dually
We're showing you how to rebuild your starter and seeing how modern whitewalls are made.
A budget engine clean up to help you make more money.
1989 Jeep Comanche three link suspension upgrade!
We're building up Bilstein's 2008 Jeep JK for a giveaway to a lucky viewer.
We'll be adding air springs to a Dodge 2500 to improve towing.
Building a truck and trailer to help America's tradesmen and contractors.
We start Project Extended 'Coma with a 2000 Toyota.
Rolling Thunder gets a brand new suspension.
We're installing the drivetrain for Project ClasSix.
Today its upgrades to the Search & Restore F-350 as they prepare to travel across the nation to pickup their next project!
Driveway upgrades to Jeep's Wrangler with a lift kit and bigger wheels & tires.
We're installing an air-over-leaf suspension kit to a work truck.
We're adding a turbo to our 2000 Toyota Tacoma.
Project Rolling Thunder gets new wiring and body mods.
Our Wrangler LJ gets new trail protection.
Project: SuperDually gets new a new steering shaft, headlights and under hood paint.
An offroad test for our Wranger LJ and Project: Extended 'Coma.
Our 1966 C-10 finally hits the road for a long awaited payoff.
We kick off Project Rolling Thunder to wedge a 4.6 liter V-8 into a Ranger based truck.
We'll show you a budget approach to freshening up your work truck.
We're making room for our 4.6 Liter V-8 in Project Rolling Thunder.
We're checking out the Matco Tools Expo in Cancun, Mexico.
It's the first payoff for Project Rolling Thunder!
Towing tests and a new stance for Project Rolling Thunder.
Country star Gary Allan's Bronco & a steering upgrade to Das Bronco.
Rolling Thunder gets a supercharged Cobra engine.
Rolling Thunder get's it new drivetrain installed.
Super Dually gets a coating of sound insulation and spray-on bed liner.
Das Bronco's back for finishing touches and a hard core trail test!
Rolling Thunder Gets a makeover, changing it from a Mazda to a Ford!
With a budget minded approach this season we start with our Project Second Chance Silverado.
Cheep Cherokee returns and we do our first ever 4-wheel drive chassis dyno test.
We'€™ll show you how to paint only the parts you need and blend the color for a seamless repair.
Our retro 1949 Chevy 3100 will end up with a great new look and Chevyâ€™s vintage straight six.
This week we do a budget bore and stroke our Cheep Cherokee four liter straight six for more power.
Second Chance Silverado is back and will get a leveling kit and additional upgrades
We'€™ll straighten out our 1997 Dodge frame before setting our 1979 Ford F-350 body on it.
We test a new engine tuner to see how far we can go on a single gallon of gas and C-10 gets interior.
We'€™re converting the suspension on Project: Cheep Cherokee from a '€œshort arm' to 'long arm'€ system.
We're saving money by reviving the original glass in our 1966 C-10 and restoring the OE gauge cluster.
We're taking our finished Cheep Cherokee to Kentucky's Black Mountain Off Road Park.
We're checking out the cool show trucks at Good Guys in Nashville.
We're painting our '49 Chevy with brushes and a roller to create a look that takes mother nature 50 years to create.
It's the start of our all new MuscleTrux series and to kick it off, it's the oldest matchup in the book, Ford versus Chevy.
In this show, it's finally time to lay it on the line as we put the first two trucks in our MuscleTrux series up against each other in head to head competition.
In this show, Import trucks are hot and today weâ??re taking a new Toyota Tundra and turning it into one mean daily driver that can also take on the trails.
Trucks! adds nitrous to a lowered 2006 GMC Sierra and shows how to make a few custom paint mods on the cheap. Then it goes to the drag strip for a real world test!
Trucks! gives this 1971 Chevy C-10 some much needed upgrades. Starting off with door replacement how-to, a new beefed up drivetrain, and rebuilding the worn out suspension!
Trucks! is adding more power to their 1999 Toyota Tacoma by adding a Turbo kit then adding some off road protection in the form of rock rails.
Time to wedge a Ford dual overhead cam 4.6L V-8 into a 2001 'Ranger' based truck to build a smaller version of a Ford Lighting.
Today we're kicking off a brand new project to wedge a Ford dual overhead cam 4.6 liter V-8 into a 2001 'Ranger' based truck to build a smaller version of Ford's Lighting. Since "Mini Lightening" doesn't sound that tough, we're calling this Project - Rolling Thunder!
Kevin's taking his prized Christmas cozy "blankie" and turning it into a hard core custom race truck front bumper! Then we're gonna install it on Project Rolling Thunder- our 600 plus horsepower street legal race track ready Ford Ranger!
This 1949 Chevy 3100 will end up with a great new look and Chevy's vintage straight six.
A damaged 2001 Chevy Silverado is rescued into a sharp everyday street truck.
Our 2001 Chevy Silverado is sporting replacement body panels, now it's time to fix up a dented passenger door and get the truck ready for paint. We'll show you how to mud, sand and prime to get your rig ready for a seamless, color match paint job!
With our Silverado the right shape, it's time to make it the right color again. We'll show you how to paint only the parts you need to and how to blend the color for a seamless and invisible repair so no one can tell what's new from what's original.
Time to get this 1998 Grand Cherokee out of its mundane "grocery getter" life and make a Jeep built for the great outdoors.
Project Cheep Cherokee was a big hit this season so, we're taking it up a notch with our 5 Grand Cherokee project. We're taking a 1998 Grand Cherokee out of its mundane "grocery getter" life and jacking it skyward with a 5.5-inch long travel lift kit, some cool junk yard upgrades and bigger wheels and tires that are better suited to this Grand Cherokee happily living out its life on trails in the great outdoors.
In this show, it's back to work on our Project 5 Grand Cherokee. First we're cutting out room for our new suspension flex and showing you how to keep the factory look for cheap and we're adding some heavy duty rocker skids, homemade bumpers and a tire rack. And then, it's a new trucks project inspired by a demolition derby!
It's the oldest matchup in the book, Ford vs. Chevy. Trucks! rebuilds a 1990 Chevy 454 SS and a 1994 Ford Lightning for battle.
It's the start of our all new MuscleTrux series and to kick it off, it's the oldest matchup in the book, Ford versus Chevy. Ryan's taking a 1990 454 SS Chevy while Kevin's picking a '94 Ford Lightning. Today, we're gonna find out just how much these two trucks will put out in their stock form so each guy can formulate a secret plan to push both of these trucks towards the 400 horsepower mark. Then later in the season, we'll pit them head to head to see which one comes out on top.
Bowtie boy Ryan's got a big play for using big displacement to make big power for his entry in our first MuscleTrux series matchup. Kevin's not allowed in the shop as Ryan's adding new heads, a new valve train, a pro-flo EFI throttle body, and intake to his 454 to wake up the potential in this big V-8.
It's Blue Oval boy Kevin's turn to take over the shop and kick Ryan out as he takes a radical approach to more power by turbocharging his V-8. Hidden under the bed, a tailpipe turbo spins up the boost while bigger fuel injectors and a new fuel management system pump up the power on this big red Ford.
It's another shot in our MuscleTrux series as Kevin's 1994 Ford Lightning prepares for battle by getting a suspension overhaul with a lowering kit, new brakes, and much better tires. It's a new found stance and new found handling to let Kevin take advantage of all his new found power from his tailpipe turbo setup.
Ryan returns fire as his 1990 Chevy 454 SS also gets dropped down into the weeds with its very own lowering kit, new brakes, wheels and tires. Matching stance for stance with Kevin's Lightning, Ryan's getting his big block Chevy ready to go head to head with the Ford in our MuscleTrux series. Also, we'll show you how to breathe new life into your worn out GMC or Chevrolet truck by doing a simple, hand tools only engine swap and it's easier than you think!
In this show, we've got more MuscleTrux wars! It's a chassis dyno shootout to see what kind of power our sport trucks are making. Then, we'll check out what's hot and what's cool at the Nashville Goodguys show and finally, it's sanding and buffing tech that'll give your truck a mirror finish.
In this show, it's finally time to lay it on the line as we put the first two trucks in our MuscleTrux series up against each other in head to head competition. We're scoring this Ford versus Chevy battle on everything from flat out performance to road manner and even to good looks.
Trucks! takes a 1966 Chevy C-10 and converts the long bed classic into a more desirable short bed in this popular rebuild.
Today, we'll take you out of the shop to two of the best places around and have our 1966 Chevy C-10's frame media blasted and powdercoated. Then, it's back to the shop to install a brand new air suspension that will make our '66 C-10 ride better than a brand new truck!
It's the return of our cherry 1966 Chevy C-10 and we'll show you not only how to fix those nasty rust spots with patch panels, we're even going to show you some metal shaping tips so you can make your own panels. And, we'll show you a cheap, effective and very environmentally safe way to blast off old paint.
The day has finally come for us to take our Daily Driver 1966 Chevy C-10 out of the shop and hit the road to see how much better this nearly 45 year old truck rides and handles. Now, this C-10 still has its classic looks but underneath, it's got through a whole transformation with an air suspension and more powerful drive train!
Trucks! finds a rusty 1979 Bronco for a low buick buildup to tackle tough trails.
It's the start of our low buck Bronco build up as we drag a somewhat complete 1979 Ford Bronco out of a field and strip it down to the chassis in the Trucks! shop. We'll begin bringing it back to life by spending as little money as possible to make this Bronco an awesome weekend warrior that we don't mind bouncing off a few trees!
Our Bronco is back and we're working over the junkyard 460 big block we got with our Bronco for maximum torque. After that, we're going to get the frame up in the air with a new lift kit and 37in tall tire, then we'll mate the body back on the chassis to get this behemoth ready for some more low buck work.
We hit our stride with our low buck Bronco project as we smooth out some of the rough spots on the body and build in a do-it-yourself roll cage for a little protection. Then for less than $200 we're gonna paint this old Ford in a way you'd never expect! It's a radical but inexpensive paint job that'll christen this low buck buildup, Das Bronco!
It's judgment day on the high sea's well, at least on the highway as we roll project Das Bronco out of dry dock to wage war against any off road trails that may challenge our 460 cubic inch powered low buck Bronco. Then we'll get one step closer to getting Project "Haulin' S-10" ready for the drag strip.
Our '53 F-100 is ready for body and fender work. Kevin shows how-to prep and shoot fiberglass and steel parts. Also we'll show how-to hang fenders, running boards and a custom bed. Last but not least, the guys go into detail on how-to paint a cab!