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What To Expect At U.C.C. 2022: Cutting-Edge Tech, New Records And Carnage

The all-in-one drag race, dyno, sled pull and truck show is one of the most exciting things to ever hit the diesel performance world. Here’s why.

Rainmakers: 10 Bangin’ Trucks That Brought the Storm to Lone Star Throwdown 2022

The nation’s largest custom truck show brings the high-caliber heat during a serious Texas downpour.

Diesel Dyno Kings Use Nitto Tread to Win

The top dyno performers of U.C.C. ’21 were all running Nitto tires…and so was more than half the field of competitors.

The Slickest Diesel Street Trucks From U.C.C. 2021, Part 1

In a solid show of support for Nitto tread, we show you 3 styles of diesel show trucks; a no-expense spared example, a moderate build, and the most common show truck

Mad Max- Inspired Diesel Rat Rods and Insane Burnout Machines Entertain at the 2021 Diesel Performance Industry Expo

We came across brand-new products, a diverse range of builds from rat-rods to sled pullers to show trucks, trinkets, engine carnage and giveaways.

Ultimate Callout Challenge 2021: Diesel Drag Racing From Indy

The baddest diesels in the land take to the track—and put up 5-second eighth-mile elapsed times.

10 Influential Chevy Truck Builds from the West (And 1 Incredible Ford F100)

Dino’s Git Down brings out some of the best slammed Chevy trucks of 2020 to the Grand Canyon State, but the best Truck there was a Ford.

10 Wild Truck Trends for Every Era

From a Caterpillar-swapped rat-rod, to the craziest Geo ever, Mini Truckin' Nationals absolutely delivered.

Diesel Nirvana: The 2020 Scheid Diesel Extravaganza

Social dieseling comes to small-town America for a full weekend of high horsepower and ceaseless competition.

A Country in Lockdown—A Diesel Drag Race in Indiana

Pandemic or not, diesel drag racing made its return over the Memorial Day weekend. Plus, a Duramax Diesel Swapped Chevelle that runs 10s.

First of its kind in the PNW: VIP Style Lexus GS300

None of these VIP style vehicles had shown up at the shows in the Pacific Northwest where Nishimura lived at the time, so he was excited to help bring the trend to the region.

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