Editor's Note: Getting your truck into Readers' Rides is a snap - of the camera, that is. All it takes is a couple of good-quality photos of your ride that are in focus and well lit. Due to the volume of mail we receive, we regret that we cannot return photographs. Please shoot and send photos of your truck only (no people, pets, Polaroids, or printouts) to: Truckin' Magazine, Readers' Rides, 2100 E. Howell Ave., Ste. 209, Anaheim, CA 92806. It is important that you include a detailed description of the modifications you have made to your truck, including any interesting stories behind it. This can include information about the buildup or any special history the truck has.

Denali Persuasion
Rudy Moreno of Tucson, Arizona, is the extremely proud owner of this '01 GMC Denali. Although Rudy spends a lot of his time at work because of the military, he still finds the time for his SUV. He gave his Denali a 2/3 drop using a Ground Force lowering kit and added 24-inch DKs wrapped with BFG g-Force tires. Inside the engine compartment, a Brute Force air intake was installed, and for interior entertainment, a 600-watt amp and two Massive Audio 12s were added for superior sound. Rudy plans on upgrading his SUV further when he comes home from deployment.

Not A Boy's Toy
Lesly Borges of Aumsville, Oregon, is one of the many girls who have proven that trucks are girl toys too. With her lifted '00 Toyota Tacoma, it's no wonder why Lesly gets so much attention. Not only does her truck run on Ultra wheels wrapped with BFG g-Force tires to show off its beauty, but it was also lifted 6 inches to be spotted from far away. Lesly keeps her truck shining spotless to show all those boys how girls really take care of their trucks.

Black Heat
This '02 Chevy Silverado LT belongs to Brian Veach of Mesa, Arizona. Brian started out his upgrades by installing a tonneau from SnugTop. Next, the door handles and front bumper were painted. The truck has clear lights in the front and a new billet grille with a steel cowl hood. Brian's truck roams the streets of Arizona on Axis wheels wrapped with Nitto rubber. The interior has an Escalade instrument panel, a Kenwood CD player, and a Kenwood 600-watt amp.