The Truck Show Podcast, Episode 11 – 2.7L Four-Cylinder 2019 Chevrolet SilveradoPosted in News on May 22, 2018
The Truck Show Podcast is the best way to get your weekly dose of trucks. If you love trucks, then you’ll love what show hosts Sean Holman and Jay "Lightning” Tilles are all about. All you have to do is listen. So really, you can sound smart and in-the-know around your friends while actually being really lazy. It’s a great way to passively absorb useful information and the investment of time is slightly less shameful than watching YouTube cat videos.
Episode 11 was released on Monday. If you haven’t noticed, we’ve been aiming for new episodes to go live on Mondays. Are you ready for the 2.7L four-cylinder-equipped 2019 Chevrolet Silverado? The guys discuss the new Silverado engine option and first-drive experience with Brett Evans of Truck Trend. Andrew Hoit from Milestar Tires checks in to talk truck tires and explain how Tireco became a big deal. Lightning talks about driving his bro-dozing 2008 Chevrolet 3500HD ROQ Crusher in SoCal traffic and Holman reveals the one thing he dislikes about GM trucks, plus shares a fond memory of the legendary Ram SRT-10 “Viper Truck.” Oh, and Holman shaved his beard!?!
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Next time, we announce a sponsor that has jumped on board to support The Truck Show Podcast.