Dodge Cummins, Products, Suspension

Suspension Love For Your Ram HD

Over the years, we have learned that just because you drive a heavy duty diesel truck, it doesn’t need to handle like one.  In sharp contrast to the opinion of many, you can absolutely enjoy driving your truck down a rough dirt road or even take it out for a weekend of four wheeling without…

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General, Ram

Ram Gets Rebellious

Some may call it the Power Wagon’s little brother, but the Ram Rebel 1500, set to be available in the second half of 2015, features an aggressive styling package with some offroad cues that at least make it LOOK like its ready for the wilderness, if nothing else.  The first modification we noticed for this…

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General, GM Duramax, Nissan Cummins

Concept Trucks: Don’t Tease Us, Build Them!

Prior to building full production vehicles, auto manufacturers build concept vehicles to not only verify the concept’s ability to meet its intended purposes, but also gauge the target market’s reaction.  They will either take an existing production vehicle and then highly modify it, or build from the ground up to create a potential market sensation…

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Diesel News, General, Nissan Cummins

Cummins Powered Nissan Titan…..its OFFICIAL!

It’s “officially official,” announcing the release of the 2016 Nissan Titan XD boasting an optional 5.0L V8 Cummins, slated to be available to the public around the fourth quarter of 2015.  This news is probably no big surprise to anyone that follows automotive blogs and forums, but until now, it has been mostly hype, without…

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Diesel Power Products News

Elf on the Shelf Cummins Diesel Build

“One of our good customers has been stock piling a load of parts purchased from us in anticipation of the holiday season, when he would have the time to perform the complete build. Unbeknownst to him, he’s had some help in ordering parts from Elf on the Shelf, who will also be along for the…

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Better Braking with a REAL Engine Brake for 6.7L Cummins

With the release of the 6.7L Cummins came numerous advancements, one of which being the variable geometry turbo (VGT). A major benefit to this turbo design is the integrated exhaust brake that utilizes an internal sliding nozzle to cause back pressure for additional braking. For the majority of people that had never driven a vehicle with…

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