Stock axleshafts might be adequate for stock-horsepower trucks. But if you’re running boosted power (or running big tires, low gears, etc.), you might want to consider upgrading to something from the complete line at Sierra Gear & Axle. Built from 4340 chromoly steel, the Sierra Gear & Axle chromoly shafts are hardened and tempered to maximize their strength and ductility. The result is a heavy-duty axleshaft that’s up to 40 percent stronger than typical stock axleshafts.
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PPE makes the transition from halogen to HID easy with its new HID headlight kit. Producing up to 3,200 lumens, PPE’s HID headlight kit makes your truck’s headlights three times brighter than the stock halogens—while lasting up to 4,000 hours (or 10 times longer) than a standard halogen light. Onboard CPUs closely monitor the constant-current AC ballasts and HID lights during operation, ensuring everything is working optimally. But all that modern technology doesn’t mean installing the PPE HIDs is complicated; it only takes 15 minutes, and no wires need to be spliced or cut.
Gazario Wheels’ 471-series truck wheels are available in 17x9, 18x9, and 20x9 sizes with either -12mm or +12mm offset. These wheels are offered in chrome or a black/machined finish in five-, six-, and eight-lug applications.
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Advanced Flow Engineering has released the new BladeRunner intercooler for ’06 to ’10 GM Duramax trucks with the V-8 6.6L engine. BladeRunner intercoolers represent the next generation of intercoolers, with a 3.15-inch bar-and-plate design that’s 15 percent larger than the competition and outflows OE-style tube-and-fin core designs by 48 percent. The unique BladeRunner end tanks are constructed out of 3⁄16-inch TIG-welded aluminum plate that incorporates three multi-directional vanes to efficiently direct airflow through the entire core for maximum cooling.