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The Knuckle Buster [S3 Ep.1-1]
Today on GearZ, Stacey takes a well worn, '73 Chevy pickup that was left for dead in the late 80's, and starts bringing it back to life by upgrading the suspension and brakes. Not only is this a project that most anybody can do, but it is the start of a three part series of the major steps that are involved in rebuilding a vehicle. With the way the economy is and the price of new vehicles today, this show demonstrates that there is a better option than buying something new... bust your own knuckles and build it yourself! Then Stacey sits down with off-road racing legend Ivan Stewart to find out what makes him "the Ironman".





2011 Mount Baldy Spring Hill Climb, 1st round passes
Action from the the M.S.B.A. hill climb at Silver Lake Michigan





The Phoenix: Ted Nugent Bronco [S5 Ep.3-3]
There is a saying that for every good side of something , there's also a dark side. Today on GEARZ, Stacey goes there as he reveals what to do when bad things happen to good projects. Using Ted Nugent's old broken down and discarded Bronco as an example, he shows how to start over and re-kindle the passion in a project that has been given up on by everybody else. If your project has been stolen or stripped, or has become stranded by hard times, sometimes all it needs is a little change of direction to get it to rise out of the ashes and soar again. If Stacey can get Ted's old Bronco to rise like a Phoenix out of the ashes and fly again, you can do the same thing with your project too! You just have to roll up your sleeves and get to it!





Junkyard Truck [S4 Ep.2-1]
On this episode, Stacey goes where all of us have been before to pull an old derelict SEMI TRUCK ('69 Loadstar/International) out of a quiet junkyard to demonstrate the steps necessary to get an old, neglected vehicle running again. From rat's nests to chicken poop, it's all here as Stacey slowly coaxes the old truck back to life. This show definitely drives the point home that if something like this can be revived, there's NOTHING that you should be afraid to tackle as long as you are armed with a set of tools and a sense of adventure! Go get 'em!





350 v8 go cart first run burnout
This is in Kelowna BC CANADA cookin off tires on our 5L https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dbHiZWEflOE&list=UUV9Q4t4eKsqfRhPB0on6l2g&i ndex=1 after this video we did weld rear end, put in a throttle pedal, a tach, then jumped it, split the bell housing and blew it up :)





The Blown Ranger [S6 Ep.14-1]
One of the hottest vehicles to hit the gear head world is the Side-by-Side, or Utility Vehicle. Once relegated to just farm or ranch work, the UTV is now something that you will see being used for Hunting, Fishing, Camping, Landscaping....virtually ANY kind of outdoor work or recreation. Of course that means the aftermarket is full of things to make an UTV better. Today on GEARZ, Stacey takes a Polaris Ranger and decks it out with a 3 ½" lift, bigger tires and axles, winches front and rear, and all kinds of other cool things to build an all-terrain vehicle that will really shine on the trail or off. After that he gives you a sneak peek at the new Ironworker that has everybody talking. If you work a lot with metal, you need this machine!





Gearz on the Road FULL EPISODE! [S8 Ep7]
On this episode of GearZ, Stacey hits the road to visit one of the members of GearZ Nation to see if he can lend a hand on his project. Want Stacey to come lend you a hand on your stalled project? What to stream full length, HD, commercial free GearZ episodes at your convenience on any electronic device with internet connection? Go to www.staceydavid.com/join to find out more.





The Bushmaster [S1 Ep.1-4]
Everybody knows that rust is a fact of life?especially on older vehicles. Today on GearZ, Stacey shows you what is involved in repairing rusty quarter panels on legendary rocker, Ted Nugent?s Zebra Bronco?after he subjects the ol? Bronco to some off-roading you have to see to believe!





Aftermarket vs. OEM Parts [S4 Ep.5-1]
Today on GEARZ, Stacey answers some top questions from viewers as he compares OEM parts to their Aftermarket replacements. Which is the best quality? Which is the best deal? After you see this show, you will know the answer to those questions and a lot more. Then Stacey reveals the tips and techniques involved in welding in replacement sheet metal. If you never thought you could do this kind of major surgery yourself, this show will change your mind and encourage you to get out there and try it! So what are you waiting for? Get movin'!





Stacy David drives 1977 Bandit Pontiac Trans Am Burt Reynolds Ed. on GearZ (HD)
I DO NOT OWN THIS! ALL CREDIT GOES TO GEARZ AND STACY DAVID





Salvage Yard Budget Hunt For Parts [S3 Ep.6-1]
One of the most frustrating things that can happen when you are bulding a project is finding out the parts you need are no longer available. This can usually bring the project to a screeching halt! But all is not lost because there is another option...and today on GearZ, Stacey walks you through the ins and outs of hunting for those elusive parts in a salvage yard. After that, it's back to the shop where Stacey shows you how to restore those old, rag-tag parts that you find. It's auto recycling at its best, and with today's economy, it's also a smart thing to do!





Old Trucks and Other Junk [S5 Ep.12-1]
Today on GEARZ, Stacey rolls in an old '67 Ford pickup that has been hacked on over the years, and shows how to get rid of the old afterthought floor shifter, and convert it to a column shift that will actually shift gears! After that, Stacey digs into one of the newest fuel injection units on the market and shows how easy it is to install, and then demonstrates how to shave the drip rail off of your muscle car. Finally, we answer the question: Is it possible to put chrome plating on aluminum or stainless steel? We take a trip to Advance plating in Nashville to find out. There's so much stuff going on, you're gonna need to watch this show twice!





Woking Man's Truck Upgrades - 3" Lift [S1 Ep.11-2]
Today on GearZ, its a real world, working man's truck where Stacey shows you how to take a late model diesel pick up and make it better, stronger, and tougher than it was before...and its something that can be done in the span of one weekend without breaking the bank proving once again that you can have a cool truck and still use it on the job.





Ford 7.3L PowerPack
"How to get some serious performance gains and not hurt the truck" with Stacey David and an '02 Ford F-250. He covers the function and benefits of the Banks Brake too! This is an episode from 2003, so check our website for more up to date product information.





Assembling the Beast: Ted Nugent Bronco [S6 Ep.7-1]
So you think the only option you have for your project is an expensive crate engine? Well, think again.... Because that old crusty engine currently residing in your project just may be the perfect raw material to rebuild. Today on GEARZ, Stacey visits an engine rebuilder to show it is possible to breathe new life into an old engine without spending a fortune. Then it's on to the final assembly of Ted Nugent's old Zebra Bronco as the engine goes in, the parts start going on, and the big rig slowly comes back to life. It's one bad beast fit for the Motor City Madman, and it's only on GEARZ!




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