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November 2019

Truckin' is the world's leading truck publication. Each issue is loaded with custom trucks, how-to articles, product reviews, new truck analysis, news, events, and more.

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TEN: The Enthusiast Network
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EDITORIAL Network Content Director Sean P. Holman Editor Jeremy Cook Managing Editor/Advertising Coordinator Lorraine Mc Craw Staff Editor Brett Evans Director, Social Media Brandon Scarpelli ART DIRECTION & DESIGN Design Director Rob Munoz TRUCK TREND NETWORK ON THE WEB www.truckinweb.com • www.dieselpowermag.com www.trucktrend.com ADVERTISING General Manager Jerome Dziechiasz Network Advertising Director Maher Boulos Eastern Sales Director Michael Essex (863) 860-6023 Western Sales Director Scott Timberlake (310) 531-5969 Advertising Operations Manager Monica Hernandez TEN PUBLISHING MEDIA, LLC Chairman Greg Mays President Kevin Mullan SVP, Editorial & Advertising Operations Amy Diamond General Manager, Automotive Network Tim Foss Senior Director, Finance Catherine Temkin CONSUMER MARKETING, ENTHUSIAST MEDIA SUBSCRIPTION COMPANY, INC. SVP, Circulation Tom Slater VP, Retention & Operations Fulfillment Donald T. Robinson III VP, Acquisition & Database Marketing Victoria Linehan VP, Newsstand Retail Sales William Carter MOTORTREND GROUP President/General Manager Alex Wellen Group SVP, Sales Eric Schwab Head of Operations Jerry Solomon Head of International & Business Development Francis Keeling Head of Digital Product &…

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project old school, revisited

We’re in the midst of summer. So, like I do every year, I hem and haw about it for a couple weeks, and then I unbury my ’64 C10 and roll it around town and to a couple shows before rolling it back up the driveway and under the covers. It’s crazy to think that back in 2002, as the fresh-faced associate editor of Truckin, I happened upon this truck and thought it would be a good idea to build it as a series of stories in the magazine. Driving the truck daily for the past week has really had me going down memory lane. I found three photos that can tell the story of the truck pretty well on their own, but I will try to elaborate anyway. 1. Sometime…

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new products

Bigger IS Better Who: Hellwig Suspension What: Sway bar for ’14-to-’18 Ram 3500 Pickup Why: The Ram heavy-duty pickup is becoming a very popular option for hauling, towing, and even daily commutes. Its factory air suspension allows for adjustability based on the tasks demanded of the truck, and Hellwig has come up with a way to make those daily tasks more comfortable. The thicker sway bar replaces the undersized factory version and will reduce lateral sway, resulting in better handling and response for the driver. Where: 800.435.5944; hellwigproducts.com Cover’d Who: Holley What: Two-Piece Cast-Aluminum LS Valve Covers Why: These new valve covers from Holley can complete the look in the engine bay of your LS-powered truck. They come in Factory Orange, Gloss Red, Natural, Polished, or Satin Black Machined with Chevrolet or Holley script. However, they aren’t just…

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radical renderings

If you’ve been following this column in The World’s Leading Truck Publication for a while, you’ve seen the work of Nick Crouch before. Every time we bring him back for an update, there is a folder of artwork to look through, and all of it features rides in various build stages. He has spent many years rendering some of the baddest builds and watching them become real, head-turning, show trucks. His clients have been making his artwork a reality and taking their finished projects to major shows as well as getting them featured right here in the pages of Truckin. He also utilizes his talents to design a multitude of marketing materials, including apparel, show flyers, business cards, and more. If you’re looking for a piece of one-off artwork, he…

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deep dive: 2020 general motors 3.0l duramax i-6

General Motors will soon begin to market a 3.0L Duramax I-6 turbodiesel in its light-duty pickup offerings, the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and the GMC Sierra 1500. And although we were a bit disappointed to learn the engine would be delayed until the ’20 model year, for fans of oil-burning powertrains, it might be worth the wait. Helping ease the sting of the delay is the relative low cost of the Duramax I-6. In the ’20 Silverado 1500, the diesel will demand the same premium as the 6.2L V-8, $2,495 more than the 5.3L V-8 and $3,890 more than the 2.7L turbocharged I-4. For the ’20, the Duramax will be offered in LT, RST, LTZ, and High Country trims. Using ’19 prices as an estimate, one could potentially get a two-wheel-drive, diesel-powered…

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toys for tya

The truck culture is generally geared toward bearded men who bear a resemblance to rugged lumberjacks with the knowledge of used car salesmen. When you hear about a truck owned by a woman, some may wonder about the extent of her involvement in the build but still admire the progress. When you find out the truck is a classic ’48 Chevy pickup, you start asking even more questions. One of the first questions you ask is: How did a young lady like Tya Antrim come to possess such a classic Chevy? Her father purchased the Chevy before Tya was born, but after her birth it was left to rot away in the yard. Of course, the memories were preserved thanks to pictures of her sitting inside the truck with her brother.…