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The Twin-Turbo Pickup Wars: Ford's 3.5 EcoBoost V6 vs Toyota's i-Force 3.5 V6

Same displacement, same setup. Ford's popular 3.5 EcoBoost F-150 has some new competition.

Holding The Road: Why LokJaw Rides On Nitto Drag Radials

To keep its blown L5P Duramax ’66 C20 glued to the pavement, Banks will rely on the perfect combination of Nitto tires.

Rust Repair: LokJaw Is Made Water-Tight—And One Step Closer To Finished

In a move to preserve LokJaw’s original Patina, Banks turns to an old friend to fix the rust holes in its ’66 C20 project, among other things.

Design, Fabricate, Install, Repeat: LokJaw’s Engine Access Gets Downright Savage

Banks’ ’66 C20 blown Duramax project gets a functional hood and becomes a verifiable frame-layer in the process.

The Cummins-Powered, First-Gen Crew Cab Dodge Should’ve Built

Classic lines, Cummins power and an Allison transmission make this farm-built ’82 D350 the ultimate old-school tow-rig.

Clawing To Victory: Diesel Truck Pulling From the 25th Scheid Diesel Extravaganza

After a quarter-century of four-digit horsepower dirt-slinging action, the Scheid Diesel Extravaganza is as competitive as ever.

Feeding The Beast: LokJaw’s One-Off, Twin Ram Air Intake System

A look at the custom cold air intake system that will feed the Whipple charger on Banks’ L5P Duramax-powered ’66 C20.

Wheels-Up, Cummins-Swapped, '75 Square Body C10

Inside Jesse Harris’ wild, wheel-carrying, 6.7L Cummins swapped, Chevy C10 daily driver.

The Ultimate Foundation: Inside LokJaw’s Custom Roadster Shop Chassis

A cutting-edge chassis for Banks’ one-of-a-kind ’66 C20 torque monster.

The Toughest 9-inch Rear Axle Ever Installed in a Pickup?: Inside LokJaw’s Custom, 8-Lug Rear Axle

Making a one-of-kind, 8-lug Ford 9-inch for Banks’ ’66 C20 Duramax lowered truck project.

A Father & Son-Built, Drag Racing Duramax

Budget-built in a rented garage—this Chevy Silverado 3/4-ton is a runner right off the trailer.

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