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Buying diesel trucks headed for the scrap heap and giving them new leases on life has turned into big business for the Diesel Brothers. Led by Heavy D and Diesel Dave, the crew works hard and plays harder as they trick out the trucks for use in elaborate pranks and stunts, all of which becomes a marketing tool on social media. Millions of hits later the company is known as the destination for diesel lovers who are looking for custom builds, crazy stunts, pranks and hilarious antics.

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A new client asks for a monster school bus capable of driving over sand and water; Redbeard discovers the Mello Yello racecar from the "Days of Thunder" movie and finds the perfect buyer for it.
aired 34 days ago
The guys scramble to salvage their Duramax giveaway; Heavy D ignores Redbeard's budget restrictions for the company tow truck.
aired 34 days ago
Brothers buy diesel trucks that are headed for the scrap heap and give them new leases on life.
aired 48 days ago
Detroit Tiger Miguel Cabrera wants a tricked-out Chevy Duramax for his charity; the guys try to knock it out of the park with National League themed UTV bullpen car for MLB Network.
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Heavy D puts the petal to the metal on his next SEMA build, a 6x6 with a custom full-track assembly that can handle any terrain in style; Diesel Dave puts finishing touches on his dream El Camino before revealing it at Monster Jam.
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The Diesel Brothers complete their transformation on an old K5 Blazer and square body truck bed into the ultimate diesel-powered party on wheels; Diesel Dave convinces Heavy D to give his El Camino what it needs to get back on the road.
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Heavy D's plan falls apart as he strives to turn a Cummins-swapped K5 Blazer into a one-of-a-kind off-road showpiece with a matching trailer for a big client; Sam builds a dangerous mini bike.
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Heavy D buys a busted one-of-a-kind rock crawler and gives it the Sparks Motors treatment for a quick flip; a friend commissions a 1,000-gallon fuel truck and two custom diesel-powered fertilizer spreaders for his helicopter business.
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While the shop finishes the semi build, Heavy D moves full steam ahead with his plan to attempt a death-defying stunt in the Brodozer; to complement the jump, Heavy D plans a live giveaway inspired by one of their most popular builds, the US Duramax.
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Heavy D and the crew transform a rundown Canadian logging truck into a maxed out, custom semi with which to transport their builds; Diesel Dave and the Muscle go head to head building two ultimate Diesel Daily Drivers for their next truck giveaway.
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After Chet and Tyson of Goon Garage challenge the guys to a Tuff Truck race, Sparks Motors rebuilds a wasp-infested old Jeep, and the Goons rebuild a water-logged Blazer.
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The guys pull out all the stops on a build for their lawyer, Cole, converting a rare Land Rover Defender from right-hand drive to left-hand drive; Heavy D tries to get more money for the shop by parting out a military airplane de-icer.
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Heavy D is in deep with his diesel-powered boat conversion, and he's on the verge of seeing his dreams sink; the race is on to get their mega trucks in working order before the epic showdown in the Pit against the Dirty 7.
aired 133 days ago
Heavy D has big plans to convert a Vietnam-era bridge boat into the world's only diesel-powered surf boat; the guys head to California to track down a rare Excursion to use in their next giveaway.
aired 139 days ago
The Diesel Brothers reveal their most ambitious build ever and finally get down and dirty in their race against the Dirty 7.
aired 146 days ago
The Diesel Brothers go on a top-secret, late-night mission to the spooky overflow lot; the Dirty 7 are on the brink of watching their season crumble.
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The Diesel Brothers come up against the clock for their SEMA build: a replica Ford Bronco made from an F350 and an Excursion; Heavy D brings in physics help to make his dream of a somersaulting truck come true.
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The Dieselsellerz pick up a vintage fire truck to transform into a tow truck; Heavy D is determined to finish the endless "Fail of the Year" UTV build.
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The Diesel Brothers continue transforming their junkyard Bronco into an off-road beast for the Tuff Truck rematch against the Goons and Welder Up; Heavy D customizes a brand new UTV so his friend can break a world record at the event.
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Professional off-road racer RJ Anderson enlists Heavy D to trick out his brand new Ford Raptor and add some serious towing capacity; the Diesel Brothers challenge the Goons Garage and Welder Up to a Tuff Truck rematch in Mesquite, Nev.
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Heavy D continues trying to salvage a wrecked overland camper from Europe, hoping for a big payday; Sam designs a hub-centric, diesel-powered bicycle with spare and salvaged parts from the shop.

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