A Wheel With Teeth
Raceline's RT-Monster competition beadlock wheel is ready for some serious action. In fact, it is the official wheel of the 2010 King of the Hammers, WEROCK, XRRA, and Jeep Speed Series events. The rugged wheel offers its 32-bolt system, strengthened inner lip, and a rough and tough design that's hard to outshine. The wheel is offered in 15x8-inch and 17x9.5-inch sizes, and new for 2010, a 17x8.5-inch size with a great selection of offsets to choose from.
What A Workstaton
Miller has just announced the release of their ArcStation, the first ever all-in-one welding and metalworking workstation for the truly DIY customizer at heart. Not only will this station be at home in a full fabrication shop, but in your garage as well. With two sizes to select from, the ArcStation can be fully customized to meet the personal needs of its owner. The 1/8-inch steel frame can be ordered with either a 3/16 or 3/8-inch steel top, and are delivered with a durable, powdercoat finish. If you're in the market to outfit your workspace with the right tools for any job, you may want to take a look at Miller's latest innovation.
Early Classic Enterprises has cooked up a hidden trailer hitch kit for '67-'72 GM trucks that allows for full towing abilities without using an unsightly hitch that hangs down below the bumper. The class-4 hidden receiver hitch mounts behind the factory chrome rear bumper and remains hidden until its time to tow. A simple flip of the license plate and insertion of the extended ball mount is all it takes to prep your truck for pulling. All necessary hardware and detailed instructions come with the powdercoated hitch kit, and if you have an older Blazer or 'Burban, Early Classic Enterprises has a hidden hitch setup to fit those applications as well.
Early Classic Enterprises