Remember sex ed in high school? That tediously awkward, disturbingly interesting class where mortified boys and girls learned the inner workings of dude junk and lady parts? Sure you do. It’s been over 20 years, but I can still remember a few things: like when I thought the see-through, T-shaped female anatomy diagram looked like a Dodge Ram logo. In hindsight, sex ed was the most embarrassing high school event that didn’t end with me saying “I swear that never happens!”
Rolling coal is the new, hip thing in diesel fanaticism and far from the last thing I vaguely remember rolling. A purpose-built mega truck spouting thick, black smoke--sign us up.
NOS spells disaster for Ram in quest for 2,000 horsepower.
The final article in the Building Blocks - The Basics series highlights the auto body & frame, exterior and interior components. We take a brief look at performance applications and the different types of structural components.
The term "tramlining" is being used to describe when directional control is disrupted by the vehicle's tendency to follow the longitudinal ruts and/or grooves in the road. It's name could be compared to the tram or trolley driver who does not steer because his vehicle follows the path established by the tracks.