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Pit stop number 2 Posted August 27 2009 12:32 AM by Calin

ok we had to pull over again. We made it just under 200 miles when the transmission computer overheated.

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GM Performance Parts ZZ502 Crate Motor Buildup
949 Horsepower! Posted May 7 2009 09:18 AM by 5569

The beauty of the internet is that content is timeless - old Sport Truck articles in the magazine become new content on the site the instant they're published for the first time.

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Filed under: Tech, New Sport Truck Products, Tech Tips, Chevy  | 

Air Lift Ride Control Kit from The Custom Connection Online on a 1997 Ford Van
The Custom Connection Online Hooks Up the Van With Its First Mods Posted April 6 2009 03:30 PM by 5569

Jacob over at The Custom Connection Online graciously provided the hardware for the first ever mod to my dad's super radical Ford Van. We believe this is the gateway modification to a body-layin', frame-draggin',...

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Filed under: New Sport Truck Products, Project Truck, Tech Tips, Ford  | 

New to me wheels and tires
Radials rule Posted December 19 2008 04:35 PM by Kevin Aguilar

My ’62 GMC came with bias ply that were scary to drive on. They don’t like rolling in a perfectly straight line, and vibrate in cold temperatures.

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Color sand and buffing my dash
This was not fun Posted October 3 2008 10:31 AM by Kevin Aguilar

Since, my dash was rushed back in my truck after paint it wasn’t perfect.

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Chevy S-10 gauge cluster update
Got it painted Posted September 12 2008 02:19 PM by Kevin Aguilar

Well I cut and removed the lens to be able to paint the bezel.

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Broken tools
We wrench pretty hard Posted September 5 2008 12:13 PM by Kevin Aguilar

Since I clean every inch of my billet wheels, I constantly have to remove them from my truck and reinstall them.

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Filed under: Tech, Tech Tips, Funny Stories  | 

Align it first
Front end swaps gone wrong Posted August 8 2008 03:05 PM by Kevin Aguilar

While taking my daughter for a walk in the park I spotted this.

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Filed under: Project Truck, Tech Tips, Trend Observations  | 

Proper footwear is a must
Sport Truck Driving Tip Posted June 2 2008 12:28 PM by Kevin Aguilar

Though some people may think that everyday is a vacation by wearing flip-flops religiously, they should know better when it comes time to driving trucks.

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Filed under: Editorial, Old Sport Truck Products, Tech Tips, Trend Observations  | 

I make some preparations for Gator Drag
Gearing up for the long haul Posted April 25 2008 09:56 AM by Kevin Aguilar

Before heading out 1,500 miles to Conroe, Texas for the Gator Drag show, I am going through a weekend full of maintenance on my truck.

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Filed under: Editorial, Upcoming Sport Truck Events, Tech Tips  | 

Dent Pro
Dings Be Gone! Posted February 1 2008 03:04 PM by 5569

My grandparents have the pleasure of living next to one of the Dent Pro guys.

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Our Top 10 Technical Articles of 2007
BEST OF 2007 Posted October 15 2007 02:47 PM by 5569

The Sport Truck Staff Presents The Best of '07. As promised in the December 2007 issue, here are the full stories for this year's top ten technical articles. Enjoy!

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Miller Weekend Welder Challenge 2007 - Miller Electric
Weld Away! Posted June 1 2007 11:36 AM by 5569

I would like to point out that Miller Electric is hosting a Weekend Welder Challenge, and that if you submit a welding project by June 23, 2007, you'll be eligible for some cool Miller stuff, and I don't think anyone would...

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Filed under: Miscellaneous, Upcoming Sport Truck Events, Tech Tips, Sport Truck Etiquette  | 

Pioneer Navigation Models AVIC-N1 and AVIC-N2
Blank Screen? You're Not the Only One! Posted February 21 2007 11:52 AM by 5569

Having problems with your AVIC-N1 or AVIC-N2 In-Dash Navigation Receiver? Read this notice from Pioneer before you decide to use it as a drag plate.

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Filed under: Miscellaneous, Tech Tips, Truck News  | 

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