FIRE 'N' ICE
This '01 Ford F-150 SuperCrew not only has a slick set of flames, it also lays out on 22s.
Jonas DeForrest of Elk River, Minnesota, has a thing for clean rides, so much in fact that he built one for himself out of a '98 Chevy S-10.
FOR MYSELF, BUT NOT BY MYSELF
There are many reasons to build a custom truck: to get chicks, to piss off the neighbors, or just to say "I did it myself" like Jeff Schwab did with this Taco'.
What do you get when you cross a tenacious gearhead, a monster set of tools, and an '81 C10? You get one killer ride.
What do you think a guy who makes a living building NASCAR Craftsman Trucks would put in his garage? How about a slick '49 Ford F-1?
This cover truck was saved from the abuse of hopping and now lives a life of luxury as a show machine.
RESTORE THAT BUCKET
A rattle trap of a truck just sucks, but thanks to LMC our S-10 is as solid as a rock!
BACK TO BASICS
Learn to do a proper front brake job in your driveway, and don't forget to pack those bearings.
Belltech's bolt-in coilover conversion for the Colorado not only gets the truck down, it makes it handle like it's on rails.
An in-depth look at Jim Meyer's bitchen replacement chassis for the '60-'72 Chevy truck.
LINKS WITHOUT KINKS
Max Fish of Bio Kustoms gives us the lowdown on proper rear suspension design so you can decide which one's right for you.
This story will show you how to spot a 9-inch, a 10-bolt, or a Dana 60 (among others). We threw in lug patterns as a bonus.
DR. BAD FAB, M.D.
Go-EZ saves a Tacoma from the crusher by ridding it of dangerously weak frame work.
THE 16TH ANNUAL SLAMFEST
Joe Greeves went to the Florida State Fairgrounds in Tampa to shoot the 900-plus vehicles on hand.
SCR8P FEST X
Pebble Pushers' massive show hit the big 1-0, and we celebrated at Concord Motorsport Park in Concord, North Carolina.
ON THE COVER This month's...
ON THE COVER
This month's cover features Justin "Kitty" Kitahara's '99 GMC Sierra and Stay-C Whitaker's Hardbody frame. Both the frame and the truck have been given new sets of rails thanks to Terry Elms of Draggers Inc. Not that trucks and rails are enough: We also enlisted the help of the lovely Mercedes Terrell. And you thought you'd never see a Mercedes on the cover of Sport Truck. We are just so diverse. Photography: Photography: Kevin Aguilar