Ad Radar
Editorial

8-Lug Magazine editors discuss the diesel truck lifestyle, divulge magazine happenings, and provide miscellaneous updates in monthly columns.
I Refuse to Answer - Garage Editorial I Refuse to Answer - Garage Editorial
By Monica Gonderman
Today was the day. I unplugged the battery charger (you know how those electrical gremlins can be), shut the hood and eventually got it to lock, and proceeded to the driver side.
read more
And the Right Choice Is… - Garage Editorial Issue 11. 2014 And the Right Choice Is… - Garage Editorial Issue 11. 2014
By Monica Gonderman
It’s smart and prudent to scope out the competition to at least validate your brand loyalty. Can you make a bad choice when it comes to new trucks? Which one is right?
read more
The Straggler - Garage Editorial The Straggler - Garage Editorial
By Monica Gonderman
Horsepower. Torque. Speed. The never-ending quest for increased performance is a bug that has bitten many car and truck enthusiasts.
read more
Work Truck Review Letters To The Editor - Issue 10. 2014 Work Truck Review Letters To The Editor - Issue 10. 2014
By Monica Gonderman
Check out our Reader's Letters Mailbag October 2014 edition featuring a 1972 Thiokol 2100 B. used for freighting and supporting winter mining operations in Nome, Alaska.
read more
What Is A Work Truck? - Garage Editorial What Is A Work Truck? - Garage Editorial
By Monica Gonderman
How do you know if something is a work truck? Is the “work” part more important, or is it the “truck” part that really counts? What is “work,” and what is a “truck”? Or, when combined, do the two part...
read more
Change Is Good... - Auto Authority Change Is Good... - Auto Authority
By Jeremy Cook
Change is the only constant in today's publishing industry. And we recently had some more of it.
read more
All Things Towing - Garage Editorial All Things Towing - Garage Editorial
By Mike McGlothlin
Whether you’re toting equipment, supplies, or a mobile office behind you, towing is a way of life for much of our readership.
read more
Movin’ Along - Auto Authority Editorial Movin’ Along - Auto Authority Editorial
By Dan Ward
It’s easy for truck guys to be passionate about their rigs, so much so that regular car owners don’t quite understand the love affair between a guy (or girl) and his truck.
read more
Change Is Good - Garage Editorial Change Is Good - Garage Editorial
By Mike McGlothlin
Editor Mike McGlothlin envisions the “new” Work Truck Review being completely different than any other magazine offered by Source Interlink (our parent company).
read more
A Big Change For 8-Lug - Auto Authority Editorial A Big Change For 8-Lug - Auto Authority Editorial
By Dan Ward
We as an editorial team owe a big thanks to Bob Carpenter for his eight years of faithful service as editor.
read more
Read More
When John Crider decided to get away from his family’s Blue Oval roots, he became the family oddball in a sense, but he also hasn’t had any regrets since becoming the owner of this ’06 Dodge Ram 2500.
Getting the most out of our ’04½ Chevy 2500HD has been the goal of this project build, which meant adding a tough set of bumpers was next on the to-do list.
If you live in the Southeast, you know the name and the good times associated with this late September event. The Mini Madness host club is in charge, happy to say that their annual Slamfest is one of...
It’s a rough life being a truck, and there’s no denying that their exteriors take a beating from daily driving, off-road use, grocery store parking lot visits, family life, and weather.
It’s generally hard to do-it-yourself if you don’t have the right tools to actually get the job done. Acquiring the right tools can be just as challenging as using them properly, since tools cost mone...
When 37-year-old Matt Miller of Starr, South Carolina, sets out to build a truck, he goes all out. In 2009, Matt built a Ford F-350 from the ground up.
Trade In Value