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Chevy C10 Driveshaft Length Measuring Guide
Looking for a driveshaft for your 67-72 C10? Our custom-length driveshaft kits make it a breeze to get the perfect 67-72 C10 driveshaft length. Follow along as we show how to measure and install a C10 one piece driveshaft.
How to Adapt LS Engine to 700R4 or Turbo 350 Transmissions
We show you how to keep that old GM transmission when swapping in an LS engine. Our LS swap adapter kits make it easy!
GM Steering Column Compatibility, Interchange & Repair Guide
Learn more about GM steering column identification, GM steering column lengths, and GM steering column compatibility.
The Burke-Francisco "Sweet 16" Belly Tank
This is what post-war hot rodding was all about. Unbridled creativity and courage to go just as fast as possible. Bill Burke invented the belly tank and perfected it on his third try. Meet "Sweet 16," currently on display at the Museum of American Speed.
Why Convert to A One Wire Alternator
Learn how to hook up a 1-wire alternator on your vehicle. 1-wire alternators are perfect for engine swaps or just keeping things simple for your project.
Fire System Guide for Sprint Cars (2023)
For the 2023 sprint car racing season, the World of Outlaws will be requiring a sprint car fire suppression system in all cars running the series. We put together a few videos showing what you'll need and how to install a fire bottle.
What You Need to Know About Flexplates
The engine’s flexplate is a critical part to transferring power to your drivetrain. Using the correct part is imperative to engine longevity and proper drivetrain assembly.
Ammeter vs Voltmeter: How They Work, and Which One Is Right for Your Car
Ammeters and voltmeters are two very different ways of monitoring your vehicle’s charging system. Both are better than an “idiot light” but which one is right for your build?
Built With Speedway Motors: Randy's '64 Dodge A/FX Clone
This clone of a famous A/FX Dodge from back in the day is just so perfect...
1967-1972 Chevy C10 Pickup Lowering Guide
From a mild leveling to slammed and “in the weeds” there are several options to lowering a C10. We discuss the options in our ’67-’72 C10 lowering guide.