Tag: Ridin’ High: Building The 369

“Ridin’ High: Building the 369” – Promo

July 2, 20150 Comments

“Ridin’ High: Building The 369” is a ‘real’ reality show that began as one of the first digital webisode series on the internet.  Then it was picked up for broadcast distribution by Discovery Channel and Boulder Creek International.  In response to requests from truck fans and fellow ‘gear heads’ we are pleased to reintroduce the […]

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“Ridin’ High: Building The 369” – Webisode RH369-S01E07: “Clean at Last”

July 2, 20150 Comments

Webisode 7 of 26: Back to Pieces. [content: complete truck teardown / engine and drive train pull] The 369 planning, design and mock-up is done. Now to disassemble everything, and Phil has called everyone in to help get this done. Some parts will be sand blasted and painted and Doug Johnson’s body shop; the engine […]

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“Ridin’ High: Building The 369” – Webisode RH369-S01E09: ‘From Grease to Chrome’

July 2, 20150 Comments

Webisode 9 of 26: Grease To Chrome. [content: engine in place / drive shaft assembly / test hood fit] The engine is back from sand blasting and painting. Now it has to be reassembled and made to work which is tricky business. Brad Stanley takes over. And while Brad works on the engine, Phil and […]

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“Ridin’ High: Building The 369” – Webisode RH369-S01E10: “It’s Coming Together”

July 2, 20150 Comments

Ridin’ High: Building The 369 is a ‘real’ reality show that was one of the first digital webisode series on the internet. The concept: Follow trucker Phil Langevin daily as Phil, his family and his friends embark on the journey to build a beautiful stainless steel custom rig from a burned out 379 Pete. Then they entered the truck into the […]

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“Ridin’ High: Building The 369” – Webisode RH369-S01E11: “Problem Solving”

July 2, 20150 Comments

Webisode 11 of 26: Problem Solving. [content: clutch actuator/ Thetford Mines] Today the guys turn their attention to the clutch actuator. There is a problem. The cab and frame is now a mix of 379 and 359. They are going to have to shim out the clutch actuator to make it work. Phil travels to […]

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