In your 2012 SEMA article, there was a 2012 GMC regular cab with a McGaughys Suspension wrap on it. Obviously, it probably has a McGaughys suspension on it, but what parts does it have? I want to give my 2012 Sierra a similar stance. Thanks for the help and keep up the good work.
That is a good-looking truck for sure. You are correct, McGaughys built the truck to showcase their product and show people what it can do. They even brought the truck out to our THROWDOWN event to beat on it. The front suspension consists of a 2-inch lowering spindle and 2-inch coil spring. The rear is a McGaughys 7-inch flip-kit for a nice 4/7-inch drop.
I have a 1996 Ford F-250 XLT that my dad left me when he passed away a few years ago. I have been wanting to upgrade the cooling fans to dual electric fans, but I can't seem to find a reliable setup. I have seen guys bastardize a setup out of an Aerostar or Crown Vic and hack up the harness to make it work, but I want to do it right. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks!
Rancho Mirage, California
Living out in the desert, we understand why you want to upgrade your cooling system. Flex-a-Lite makes several universal fit dual fan systems to fit just about any vehicle. We would suggest starting with them. Thanks for your support!
Every so often we have some fun on our Facebook page and hold contests for a chance to have your comment printed in the magazine. This time we found a photo of an F-150 that somehow ended up on top of a Ferrari 458 Italia. Here are some of the best captions:
Xzavier Soto: 20 years later, even as a millionaire, the nerd still gets bullied.
Jimmy Garcia: Ford (Ferrari Owner Really Disappointed)
Jordan Ragland: Your $200K car can go 200 mph that's cute, watch while my $40K pickup runs it over.
Derrick Ruff: When did they start making Italian speed bumps?
Jim Griffin: World's most expensive wheel chock…