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The truck wars are heating up again, and this time, Ram and Ford are engaged in a hotly contested debate over best-in-class claims, with Ram alleging that Ford is pitting a Class 4 truck against their Class 3 truck.
Mini Truckin' now exists as this section of Truckin magazine, but now, you'll have real enthusiasts at the helm creating fresh and unique content.
We chose this exquisite truck for this month’s cover -- not just for it’s clean and bright appearance, but because it has the perfect recipe to boot.
Robbie Floyd of Mobile, Alabama, chose to build a Tundra that would shut these dissenters up once and for all.
Brian installed a 6-inch Metal Mulisha lift, selected his own tire, the Deegan 38, in size 35x12.50R20, and added a pair of beefy N-Fab bumpers and a full repertoire of Rigid Industries LED lights One of the biggest names in freestyle motocross is Brian Deegan and his brand, Metal Mulisha.
No matter where your comfort level is when it comes to practicing certain skills, it can always be traced back to a starting point -- a place and time when hopes were high and experience was low.
Gallium is a soft, silvery metal that is so unique in elemental structure. It’s a rare metal for sure, but so is the new 2014 Toyota Tundra.
Let’s get to the real nitty-gritty of why we wholeheartedly embrace Ray Aquit in the custom truck world: He is now the proud owner of this classic yet crazy 1972 Chevrolet C10.
Luckily for a guy like Aaron Combs, he handled his big plans of having a quickly built show truck derailing from the tracks rather well, and his old lady has been right behind him to help finish his 1989 Ford Ranger—only pushing lightly, of course.
This 1993 Toyota Pickup truck is Jorge’s personal creative outlet, and you’ve only just begun to see where he’s taking it.
After hearing Stephen Lambert’s 10-year custom 1972 Chevrolet C10 truck journey, we’re sure you’ll be able to relate to his need to constantly upgrade parts as his budget and life’s business allowed.
When Neil Tjin picked up a 2014 Ford F-150 he had just two things in mind: Create something that had never been done before, and do it in 10 weeks.
The Rodeo belongs to Von’s brother Jason, and it actually sees a lot of time on the road. Von’s a talented guy, and he’s proven that anything and everything he touches turns to automotive gold.
The new TRD Pro package is available on the Tacoma, 4Runner, and Tundra, and we’re going let the cat out the bag early and tell you the coolest part right up front.
With a custom tune and an MBRP exhaust in place, the Sierra laid down 416 rwhp and 444 lb-ft of torque.
Over the past decade or so the name KEG Media has become synonymous with some of the baddest lifted trucks on the planet and 2014 Chevrolet Silverado Crew Cab 4x4 can be added to that list.
Ford came under fire once the STV Raptor landed in the hands of a few owners who thought they had purchased a trophy truck, and not a modified F-150 with a warranty.
Matt figured he would create a custom four-door version of the truck the 2012 Chevrolet Avalanche was inspired by—the El Camino.
We put together a list of the baddest built, 50s-60s trucks Truckin Magazine has ever featured Ask anyone in the truck scene and you’ll find out quickly that the truck building culture is more than meets the eye.
Stealth Fighter was never intended to be just a pretty face. It’s good for more than 90 rwhp by itself, with an Afco Racing intercooler heat exchanger, Accufab throttle body and MAF sensor, Kooks long-tube headers, Banks Monster muffler, and custom Whipple ECU tune.