GMC today unveiled the 2016 Sierra All Terrain X, a special edition of the company’s All Terrain model that features additional off-road upgrades and “exclusive premium content,” according to GMC.
DETROIT – GMC recently introduced the 2015 Sierra All Terrain HD, a refined, off-road-inspired execution of the brand’s capability that blends exclusive design features with the versatility of 4WD. It goes on sale this fall.
OGDEN, UT — Edge is excited to announce their latest coverage release in the Evolution CS/CTS platform. 2011-2013 Chevy/GMC Duramax LML 6.6L owners now have access to industry leading power, control, and style. Adding up to 81HP and 170 lb/ft of torque, drivers will experience the benefits of economy, towing, and performance tunes. Standard Evolution CS/CTS features, including speed limiter adjustment and tire size calibration, are built-in with the 2011-2013 Chevy/GMC Duramax LML 6.6L coverage.
The Evolution CS/CTS coverage will now include:
• Chevrolet Silverado 2500, 3500, 4500, and 5500: 2011-2013 6.6L Duramax
• GMC Sierra 2500, 3500, 4500, and 5500: 2011-2013 6.6L Duramax
The SCORE Laughlin Desert Challenge wrapped up its two-race event on Sunday. Instead of being a two-day event that combined both day’s results into one race, this year SCORE created two separate races each day, making the weekend important to the top classes in terms of the overall points championship.
BJ Baldwin led from wire to wire on Saturday in the Trophy Truck class after qualifying first, while Rob MacCachren recovered from a ninth-place finish on Saturday to finish first on Sunday. Juan Carlos Lopez took home two second-place finishes both days of racing.
In Class 1, Adam Pfankuch earned the win on Saturday while Cody Parkhouse followed up his second-place finish on Saturday with the win on Sunday.
Check out this highlight video of action from the weekend. Below are SCORE’s official results from Sunday’s race.
MASSILLON, Ohio – Leading truck cap and tonneau cover manufacturer A.R.E. is now offering the new RT Series truck cap, an aerodynamic cap featuring a 54-inch rear door height that is ideal for hauling large cargo like ATVs and four wheelers.
Constructed from durable fiberglass material and reinforced with steel to support large equipment, A.R.E’s RT Series can carry bulky items like building materials or heavy powersports vehicles. It features full length side windows, stainless hinges with a slam shut latching system on the fiberglass rear door, a 30% tint on side and rear windows, full length side tip-out windows, a 12 volt dome light and LED brake light for increased visibility.
A.R.E. offers its RT Series for 2009-current Ford F-150 trucks as well as 2007-current GMC Sierra and Chevrolet Silverado models, both 6.5-foot and 8-foot beds.
“Our RT Series truck caps meet the height and width demands for powersports enthusiasts as well as anyone carrying large, bulky cargo,” said Bryan Baker, director of marketing at A.R.E. “Plus, the cap’s closed design has several advantages over a pull-behind trailer for hauling gear, including keeping sports and outdoor equipment out of harsh weather, protecting items from theft with its sturdy lock system and improving maneuverability over rough terrain where enthusiasts tend to ride.”
To learn more about outfitting your truck with the RT Series, visit www.4are.com and click on the “Build Your Own” section or call 1.800.649.4ARE
A.R.E. began manufacturing aluminum frame truck caps in 1969 and has become a leading manufacturer of fiberglass truck caps and hard tonneau covers. At its ISO-9001:2008-certified manufacturing facilities, A.R.E.’s more than 600 employees create the products that are sold through a network of more than 600 independent authorized dealers. For more information, contact A.R.E. at 400 Nave Rd. S.E., P.O. Box 1100, Massillon, OH 44648, email email@example.com or visit www.4are.com.
If you’re an avid off-roader and you want an exhaust system, chances are you have run into some issues making some setups fit. Magnaflow recently introduced a new product that we had a chance to check out at the 2010 SEMA show designed to address this issue call the Off-Road Pro-Series Exhaust (ORPS) that is specifically designed to work on trucks and Jeeps with heavily modified suspension.