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The Truck Show Podcast: Episode 7

Posted in News on April 20, 2018
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You’ve probably heard of The Truck Show Podcast by now, but if you’re joining us for the first time, here’s the deal: in early March, the content director of the Four Wheeler Network, Sean Holman, and radio personality Jay “Lightning” Tilles launched a podcast to cover all-things truck. The podcast includes interviews with guests experienced in various aspects of the truck industry, from both factory and aftermarket perspectives.

In Episode 7, which was released tonight, get to know Tim Herrick, GM’s chief engineer of next-generation light-duty trucks, heavy-duty trucks, and fullsize SUVs. The guys talk to Tim about past General Motors trucks, what is on the horizon, and what his favorite mountain bike to ride is. Also on the show is Jordan Muhlbauer from Daytona Truck Meet, where you and 14,999 of your truck-loving buddies can get together to share your love of trucks. Lightning and Holman also welcome their first in-studio guest, Eric Bajza from AMP Research, to talk about all of the ways AMP makes accessing your truck easier.

Listen to and download The Truck Show Podcast on iTunes, Google Play, Podbean, and Spotify. Thanks in advance for the 5-star review and complimentary feedback. Since you gotta be on social media to survive, visit our Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter pages for the latest scoop and links to all the themes covered. If email is more your thing, we love a full inbox. Hit us up at Since snail mail kind of died a decade ago, we’re not even going to include an address.

Thanks for hanging with us for the past month and a half. We look forward to many more episodes.

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