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Hey everyone,

I highly recommend Diesel Power, and 8-Lug Truck magazines.

You can find both at www.dieselpowermag.com

8-Lug Truck is specifically for custom 3/4 and 1 ton diesel trucks !!!

Diesel power covers all the big 3, and alot of other diesel related topics !!

Great Magazines !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :ro)

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I like diesel power more. Actually a while ago I wrote in with a picture of my then car, 05 tdi diesel jetta and they had the letter and picture in the magazine. :D
 

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I saw some ads in 8 lug that I thought were borderline (cartoon) porno.....

There is a time and a place, but it seemed sleazy.
 

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Bump, been subscribing to Diesel Power since it came out. Tech articles are very detailed. I think some talent came over from 4wheeloffroad, if not it breathes of the same tech specs, in every article.
 

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8-lug is all about show, not go...
Diesel Power covers the go...well kind of...
Diesel World...gives me something to do while I wait for Diesel Power to show up.
Diesel builder...still waiting...
 

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WanaDmxsub;1931835; said:
8-lug is al about show not go...
Diesel Power covers the go...well kind of...
Diesel World...gives me something to do while I wait for Diesel Power to show up.
Diesel builder...still waiting...
I picked up the first issue of 8 Lug, couldn't agree more, Diesel Power seems to be the most comprehensive. They should customize the subscription, give you a special section you can select online, then it shows up in your subscription only. Their online magazine has gotten weak.
 

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Not sure what the issue is here. 8-Lug and Diesel Power are written and printed by the same people. One deals more with the cosmetics, thus the title "8-Lug" which directly refers to a wheel type. And the latter deals more with the power train stuff thus the title "Diesel Power" the name speaks for itself. It's apples and oranges, nothing to compare.
 

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I am also a fan of Diesel Tech, got the first issue about a month ago. It's only at Barnes and Noble right now, but if it goes well, it will expand.
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Big Angry;1931980; said:
I am also a fan of Diesel Tech, got the first issue about a month ago. It's only at Barnes and Noble right now, but if it goes well, it will expand.
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Who's the publisher?? What other Magazines is it affiliated with? I haven't heard of this one. I'm lookin tomorrow.
 

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