Magnifying Glasses Suck For Viewing Trucks!
Benjamin Sanchez's '98 Ford F-150
We Say: It's a good idea to frame your truck as close as you can to the edges of the photo. That way, we can enlarge the photo so that others can see it clearly. The best way to do this is to pay attention to these proportions when looking through the viewer of your camera.
16.5x10 Weld Racing / 33-inch BFGoodrich
3-inch body lift
Grizzly rollbars with KC lights in the bed / spotlight on driver side / bug deflector / side steps / windshield and side-window visors
Shadow Detracts From The Boosted Mini
Floyd Leitold's '02 Chevy S-10 Xtreme
Sprice Grove, Alberta, Canada
We Say: This supercharged Xtreme packs some punch, and Floyd sent us the dyno graph to prove it. Our only gripe is that we can see the shadow of the photographer. When taking pictures of your vehicle, it is a good idea to have the sun behind you, but you may need to angle the truck so your shadow doesn't get in the way.
16-inch S-10 Xtreme / factory rubber
4.3L V-6 with Powerdyne BD-600 supercharger producing 230hp and 250 lb-ft torque / Airaid Quick Fit intake / Alkycontrol methanol injection kit / NGK spark plugs / JBA PowerCables and shorty headers / custom-made exhaust with 2-1/2-inch Flowmaster 50 Series Delta Flow muffler and 3-inch Flowmaster resonator
Possibly 3/4 lowering kit
GM splash guards / Bulldog spray-in bedliner
This Is Sport Truck Magazine Not Gq!
Craig Sinclair's '97 Chevy Silverado
Clinton, North Carolina
We Say: Craig sub-mitted a nice photograph of himself next to the truck he prides, and although it's a great picture to frame and display in his home, it doesn't quite fit in Sport Truck. Instead, we would rather focus our attention on the truck. However, if there was a super-hot chick next to it we wouldn't mind.
15-inch aftermarket / Winston
Vortec 5.7L V-8
Custom pinstriping / bug deflector / window shades / chrome fender trim