Predator Racing & Sgt. Rock Suspension [S6 Ep.10-3]

When it comes to Cadillac's, most people immediately think of lowering them down, and cruising with them. However, since the Cadillac Escalade is a great SUV, we thought it would be great to take the Escalade of Country artist Jason Sturgeon, and put a 3 ½" Skyjacker lift on it. Now you have no reason not to go hunting or fishing in style! After that we head to the land of the Predator, and see what it takes to be one of the most successful Monster Trucks of all time with Alan Pezo. Finally, we rub a little of that Monster Truck DNA on SGT. ROCK, as we upgrade the suspension and get it ready to do a little crushing of its own!

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