Mufflers are easy to install, so generally when we think about exhaust, we picture installing them in our driveways, trying not to let the passing traffic run over our ankles. What we don’t think about is how many legendary professional customizers use the very same Flowmaster mufflers we do. They just have the help of expensive lifts instead of crappy parts store floor jacks that aren’t to be trusted.
So we’ve gathered a few of our very favorite Flowmaster equipped custom classics. Continue reading
Extang may or may not be an amalgam of Extra and Mustang (which wouldn’t make any sense at all), but they definitely make some incredible tonneau covers. They design them with obsessive precision and warranty them for life.
But not only do they make durable truck tonneau covers, they make several different kinds. I believe they did some extensive market research to determine their customers’ exact needs. Continue reading
In many parts of our fair United States, the snow has already begun to fly. If you don’t believe me, look at your Facebook feed from this morning and make a tally of how many of your northern friends complained about it. But snow means mud and salt, and those mean messes. To keep those messes off your carpet, just throw down some floor mats. But not all floor mats are created equal. In fact, Husky Liners mats are born into privilege. Like any other floor mats, you can hose them off when they get dirty and put them back in. But Husky has much more to offer. Here are just five reasons Husky outshines the competition, even when caked in mud. Continue reading
Fox Shocks, or Fox Shox, as they prefer to call themselves, have been champions in off-road racing suspension since they opened up shop in the mid-‘70s. If you’re a fan of all things dirty and bumpy, you’ve probably seen their logo a thousand times. You might have a set in your truck or SUV (even if you don’t take it off road). But there are a few things you might not know about The Fox, and none of them have to do with *Ylvis. Here are nine more reasons to love Fox Racing Shocks…
Think back to fourth grade. The scents of chalk dust and freshly sharpened pencils assault your focus as you scribble down notes about the teacher’s current subject: Simple Machines. You learned in those days that like colors, all machines could be reduced to a collection of a few – the screw, the lever, the wheel and axle, the pulley, the wedge, and the inclined plane. Continue reading