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Sulastic Springs for Leaf Springs
Better Ride Quality for Your Truck Posted March 1 2010 12:14 PM by DanWard-Editor

Bolt-on parts for better ride quality and smoother leaf spring operation.

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Filed under: Editorials, About Features/Should-Be Features, Upcoming Truck Events, Tech Tips, Truck Review , GMC, Blessings and Beatings  | 


Is this the Granite?
GMC Urban Utility Concept Posted January 6 2010 05:38 PM by Brandan

GMC gave us a teaser of what it's calling the Urban Utility Concept that will be unveiled in Detroit later this month.

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GMC Terrain Body on frame rendered (poorly)
What if this were the new Envoy? Posted September 28 2009 03:16 PM by Brandan

What if, instead of building the Terrain into the un-cute ute with class-leading fuel mileage that it is, GMC had built a replacement for the GMT-360 platform (Envoy, Trailblazer, Rainier, 9-7x, Bravada, Ascender. ....

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GM green truck concept GMC Chevrolet
GM's "Bare Necessities" truck concept Posted August 11 2009 02:26 PM by Brandan

GM has had a very busy couple of days. With as many product announcements and concept reveals as we've had, you'd think it was the North American International Auto Show already. Most of the news is car-related, but...

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Ideas to Make GMC Stand Out
GMC - True Professional Grade Ideas Posted July 10 2009 10:36 AM by Edward A. Sanchez

My fellow co-worker and Truckin' magazine feature editor Brandan Gillogly showed a thoughtfully and tastefully modified GMC Sierra HD in a blog post with a few strategic tweaks to make it more appealing to the heavy-duty...

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Filed under: Opinions, Trend Observations, GMC  | 

What Will Come From the New GM
The New GM - Now What? Posted July 10 2009 09:57 AM by Edward A. Sanchez

Today, General Motors has officially emerged from Chapter 11 Bankruptcy as General Motors Company, with the "old" GM re-named "Motors Liquidation Company which essentially consists of some of the old liabilities, including...

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Filed under: Opinions, Trend Observations, Truck News , GMC  | 

GM to Discontinue Production of Medium Duty Trucks
R.I.P. - TopKick & Kodiak Posted June 8 2009 11:28 AM by Edward A. Sanchez

"After four years of working with multiple potential buyers, General Motors has decided to wind-down its medium-duty truck operations. Production of the Chevy Kodiak and GMC Topkick medium duty trucks will cease by July...

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Filed under: Opinions, Trend Observations, Truck News , GMC  | 

Robby Gordon Pilots Toyo Tires H3 Hummer
Toyo Tire Monster Drink H3 Hummer Finishes 3rd Overall Posted January 21 2009 09:07 PM by Bob Ryder

Robby Gordon with navigator Andy Grider of Team Dakar USA piloted their two-wheel drive Monster Energy/Toyo Tires Hummer H3 vehicle to a third place overall finish at the 2009 Dakar.

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Filed under: Editorials, Observations, Past Events, Opinions, Truckin' Etiquette, Truck News , GMC, Classic Truck Trends  | 

GMC Sierra
How do we find our cover trucks? Posted September 2 2008 04:07 PM by DanWard-Editor

We get asked all the time, "How do you guys find your cover trucks?" Easy- I'll tell you.

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Filed under: Opinions, Observations, Opinions, GMC, Blessings and Beatings  | 

Scrapyard or freeway?
Where do old cover trucks go? Posted August 20 2008 02:28 PM by DanWard-Editor

Walking out to lunch a few weeks ago, I walked right past a former cover truck. It had been driven hard and I do mean hard, but hey, at least someone was enjoying it.

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Filed under: Editorials, Observations, GMC, Blessings and Beatings  | 

Will the tree huggers ride bikes?
Brangelina Bunch Posted July 14 2008 10:46 AM by DanWard-Editor

With Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt welcoming their 5th and 6th child into the world over the weekend, I wonder if they'll save the planet by riding bikes?

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Filed under: Opinions, Opinions, Trend Observations, GMC, Blessings and Beatings  | 

It's a tough job, but someone has to blow stuff up!
Things that go BOOM!!! Posted April 18 2008 02:28 PM by DanWard-Editor

I'm sitting at the airport in Chicago and looking at pictures I took last night of explosions. There has been an earth quake, bombs, and....

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Filed under: Editorials, About Features/Should-Be Features, Trend Observations, GMC, Blessings and Beatings  | 

GMC sierra Denali truck
Professional Grade Posted April 26 2007 10:51 AM by S-Turn

We just took another spin in the 2007 GMC Sierra, but this time it was the Denali version. I gotta say that the Denali is what every Sierra should look like, and you gotta love that 6.2L V-8 right?

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Filed under: Opinions, Trend Observations, Truck Review , GMC  | 

Online scoops prompt press embargo summit
Print vs. Online - Why do we fight? Posted January 31 2007 11:32 AM by Edward A. Sanchez

Some of the top public relations and marketing officials from General Motors recently held a "summit" of sorts to take a look at the issue of press embargoes, their enforcement, and their relevance.

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Filed under: Opinions, Opinions, Trend Observations, Truck News , GMC  | 

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