As the minutes wind down to quit’in time, you might start to think that the minute hand is actually moving backwards. Get the time off your mind for a few minutes and let your noodle process these new body kits!
- Xenon Body Kit – Make Vin Diesel jealous with the edgy style Xenon offers with their full body kits. These kits boast more aftermarket parts than Joan Rivers! They come ready for primer and paint, get yours today! You can find them in our new category: Full Body Kits
LAST MINUTE TONNEAU COVER DISCOUNT: Save $100 on the American Roll Tonneau Cover or American Work Tonneau Cover from Truck Covers USA. These are some top notch tonneaus that boast tough construction, rugged looks and hardened security. Save a hundred bucks off either of them by using the coupon code “TCUSA1“. Offer good through Monday, June 22nd.
And if you haven’t gotten your pops something for fathers day yet, we also put together a Dads & Grads Gift Guide to help you make a quick decision. Check it out if you got a minute, have a great weekend!
Posted in Auto Accessories, Auto Parts, Product Review, Tonneau Covers
Tagged Auto Anything, AutoAnything, Body Kit, Body Kits, Cars, Full Body Kits, Suv, Tonneau Cover, tonneau covers, Truck Bed Cover, Truck bed covers, Trucks
January has come and gone, the Steelers just barely beat out the Card’s in the Superbowl and Punxsutawney Phil gets to take another 6 weeks of PTO. As exciting as all that has been, we’ve got some breaking news of our own that hasn’t hit the papers yet.
We’ve added two new products, a cold air intake and a beefy throttle body spacer, both from Street & Performance Electronics. We also setup some fantastic promos with our vendors. They’re so good, in fact, that even our little groundhog friend will be sorry he hibernated through the deals. :)
New Products from Street & Performance Electronics
- Helix Power Tower Plus Throttle Body Spacer – The Helix Power Tower Plus gives incoming air the perfect swirly, purported to offer up to an extra 22 HP if you gun it or an extra 4 MPG if you feather it. This bolt-on spacer is pretty easy to install, taking about 45 minutes for most vehicles.
- AirMax Spiral Flow Air Intake – Here again, Street & Performance puts to work the idea that spinning air swirls some extra horsepower out of the engine. This time, it’s a rifled sleeve inside the intake tube that starts the spin and gets all that extra air in line to burn. Good for extra power, torque and maybe even an MPG or two, this spiral flow intake comes with a high flow washable air filter and a steel heat shield for maximum engine gains. The whole kit comes powder coated for a flawless finish.
Promotions and Rebates
If you thought new products were the only thing we’ve been working on, then you should be stoked to know that we’ve lined up some $25 rebates on a few AFE products and some special promos with Truxedo, BAK, Extang, Undercover, Borla and MBRP. Here’s the deal:
AFE – Get a $25 cash card (via AFE mail-in-rebate) on AFE’s Stage 2 intake, the Blade Runner intake manifold, the Mach Force XP & Large Bore HD exhaust systems. The purchase must be made between 2/1/09 and 4/30/09, click the banner for complete details.
- AFE Stage 2 Air Intake – More than just an air filter and plenum, the stage 2 kit replaces your entire air intake tract, improving flow dynamics by providing a more laminar air flow straight into the manifold.
- AFE Blade Runner – Perfectly complement your air intake with the Blade Runner intake manifold. Larger than stock and constructed from high quality materials, AFE’s Blade Runner intake manifold will flow more air into your engine, letting it breathe easier and make more power.
- AFE Exhaust – Available in two flavors:
- The AFE Large Bore HD Exhaust is a great way to beef up your exhaust tone. The Large Bore HD uses oversized aluminized tubing to free up extra horsepower and give your engine a nice low end grunt. Available in both cat back and turboback styles.
- AFE Mach Force XP Exhaust – For maximum power gains, look no further than the Mach Force XP from AFE. Up to 5″ stainless steel piping is used on this monster exhaust, thereby minimizing back pressure and allowing your turbo to spool faster and make more boost. Turboback or catback, it’s your choice, but no matter what you choose, you won’t be disappointed by the power gains.
We’ve also worked out a few truck tonneau cover and exhaust promos. All of these promotions are valid through 2/28/09. Here’s the quick and dirty break down, click the links if you want to get all the details.
– Free Tailgate seal with the purchase of any Truxedo Tonneau.
– Free MaxSeal tailgate seal with the purchase of a Trifecta, BlackMax, Tuff Tonneau III , RT Tonneau or Revolution tonneau cover.
- BAK RollBAK Tonneau Cover – Free Door Sill Protector with the purchase of a BAK RollBAK tonneau cover
- Lund Tonneau – Purchase any Lund Genesis tonneau cover and get a free MaxSeal Tailgate seal.
– Free MBRP Exhaust Tip with the purhase of an MBRP 4″ Diesel Exhaust System.
– Free Borla Hat with the purchase of any Borla exhaust system or header kit.
That’s what I’ve got for you this week, but keep an eye on the blog to stay in the loop, we’ll have even more for you next week.
UPDATE: EDGE PERFORMANCE CHIPS PROMO
We’ve taken an additional 10% off the Edge Evolution, Edge Mileage and Edge Juice programmers. Not only that, but we’ll overnight ship your order for FREE and throw in a Edge sweatshirt at no additional cost. This promotion just started today and ends 3/5/09, so if you’ve been wanting an Edge power programmer, don’t miss out on this deal because it’s the best you’ll find, on or off the net.
Posted in Air Intake Systems, Auto Accessories, Auto Parts, Exhaust Systems, Product Review, Tonneau Covers
Tagged Air Intake Systems, Auto Anything, Auto Parts, AutoAnything, cold air intake, Edge, Edge evolution, hard tonneau covers, Intake Manifold, pickup truck bed covers, throttle body spacers, Truck Bed Cover
I am a guy who practically lives out of his truck, so for me a good truck bed cover is essential. Recently, I purchased a new Dodge Ram hemi truck and needed to make a decision about a new tonneau cover. Would I get the soft roll up tonneau or the folding truck bed cover?
Tonneau covers seem to be all the rage these days, especially out here in Southern California. A lot of guys buy them because they make their trucks look better not because they really need them. Of course, I like the way they make my truck look too but mainly I like tonneau covers because they keep people from stealing my stuff while protecting my possessions from the elements.
I like the lightweight roll-up tonneau covers. They are simple to install and they open up the truck bed completely as opposed to the hard top covers which tend to offer more limited access. There are different types of roll up tonneau covers: there are the vinyl fabric types and the hinged, hard type that roll up on a spool. On my last truck I had the Lund Genesis seal and peel tonneau. It had velcro side and could roll up like a sheet of heavy-duty vinyl.
Lately, I have noticed some trucks that use the folding-type covers that seem more substantial then the roll up type. So I thought I would do a little comparison shopping. My main criteria was a lightweight but tough tonneau that gives easy and full access to my truck bed. I did a search online for both types of truck bed covers and read the descriptions as well as the customer reviews. One thing I noticed is that there seems to be a smaller selection of folding tonneau covers then roll up tonneaus. The roll up covers were made by manufacturers like Extang, Truxedo, and Lund with price ranges from $200 – 400.
The folding type truck bed covers were more expensive with price ranges from $500 – 800. One of the brands that caught my attention was BAK, they make the Bakflip folding tonneau cover and it was on the low-end of the price spectrum. It comes in four foldable sections that can be locked in various positions including one that allows you to protect your rear window when you are hauling freight. You can fold it up completely or in sections.
After some searching a reading product description, I narrowed it down to the Bakflip folding tonneau cover and the Truxedo Truxport roll up tonneau. Both have cool, innovative features and can be locked for security. In the end , I went with the Bakflip even though it was nearly twice the price. I really wanted a tonneau that was strong enough to stand on and that locked securely. And, I really like the fact that you can open it in sections and even lock it down in different configurations. Very cool.
If you are in the market for folding truck bed covers or a roll up truck bed cover, I recommend doing your homework. Pay special attention to customer reviews, they really helped me decide.
After I bought a truck for me and my family, I decided to spend the next holiday in Florida. But I made one mistake. I thought that the stuff in the truck bed is safe without a truck bed cover.
I am 28 and have a great family. Five years ago I married my wife Jasmin in San Diego and just two months later we got our twins Mike and Andrew. Surely it is not all fun and games raising two sons, but I am very proud to have such great guys. They are full of life and always interested in participating in sports like soccer, baseball or just playing a bit with the dog. But what does it mean, if you want to go on vacation with such a big family? Exactly, there is no space in the car to store all your stuff because everyone insists that his toys, games, or books have to be in the car.
So last year, we decided to buy a truck to avoid this trouble before going on vacation. It is a Dodge Dakota and I haven’t been regretting this purchase a second. I love this vehicle and the rest of the family, as well. Honestly in the last year we spent more time on vacation than at home just to have opportunities to enjoy the benefits of this nice truck. But before our first trip with the Dodge I made a mistake. I believed that you don’t need a cover for the truck bed; as long as you pay attention, nobody will steel the stuff in your truck bed. When I look back, I know how stupid and naïve it was to think that nothing would happen. I think you can tell by my words that something happened. We were stopped in front of a red light in Florida, when three guys jumped out of their car and stole all the baggage in our truck– all our clothes, all sports stuff and of course my wallet with cash and cards, which I forgot in one of the bags. You cannot imagine how frustrated we were when we recognized that we had no chance to get the money and the other stuff back. Of course we had to turn back home immediately, after we spent two hours at the police station in a small town in Florida, whose name I have already forgotten.
After this bad experience with the truck, I instantly decided to buy a truck bed cover for the truck. That is the only way to transfer your stuff safely. And everyone, who disagrees with this, should remember my experience in Florida. So I decided to compare a lot of products and during this market research I recognized that there are a lot of attributes which you should consider before you buy the right truck bed cover. So I found a good one with a tool box that has a continuous hinge and reinforced black power coat lid for superior strength. Another factor, you should consider, is that the Toolbox mounts easily to the side rails without damaging truck bed. So listen to my story and spend a bit money and invest in a good truck bed cover. Avarice shouldn’t impact the benefits of great worry-free vacations.
I found a very good selection of truck bed covers online. I think if you combine the Truck Bed Cover with a BedRug Truck Bed Liner, you will have the best protection for your truck. – Tim Saunier