Beans’ facility has long been notorious for its concrete burnout pad. It’s a place where tires go to die, and at Blackout in the Country 2019 dozens of them did just that. The impromptu nature of the burnout shenanigans means they’re ceaselessly taking place throughout the day, which provides great filler entertainment between the dirt drag and truck pull events.

A Symbol Of Power

Diesel trucks typically don’t have a set of colors that are considered the best because the build is mostly dependent upon the owner’s style and the trucks’ various external modifications. Some trucks look good in red, blue, or white. However, the one color that always seems to fits big and burly trucks is black. The dark impressions of black create a feeling of power and mystery for the truck which is exactly what competitors likely feel when racing against these rigs. It must not be overlooked though, the paint only scratches the surface of what most of these trucks can do. These diesel rigs are modified with precise analysis to ensure it’s performing exceptionally in the desired fields. Take a look at these five blacked-out GM rigs and use them as inspiration to continue working on your build or to go out and start working on a project truck!

D-Max Powered Classic Street/Strip Chevy

Black Menace

Obsessed: Squeezing 1,100HP from a Single Turbo Duramax

Hummin’ Cummins

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