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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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The Diesel Brothers continue work on their rival builds for the first ever Tour de Utah off-road race; Heavy D pulls out all the stops for his AMC Eagle conversion while Diesel Dave and team smash together a Brat and an Impreza to avoid a full build.
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The Diesel Brothers continue work on their tank build, but engine and transmission troubles put the project in jeopardy; the shop splits into teams for an epic build-off between an AMC Eagle and a Subaru Brat for the Tour de Utah off-road race.
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Heavy D surprises the mechanics with his latest build: a tank; he has big plans for the beast, but must first find a new engine and get it moving again; Heavy D, Diesel Dave and the Muscle personally trick out their latest giveaway truck.
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Mad Scientist Sam's wild creation, the Kraken, comes to life, but Heavy D continues to be skeptical of the build's potential viral success; a high-profile client wants to customize a Ram 3500, which puts Diesel Dave and The Muscle to the test.
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Diesel Dave continues working on his epic modern-day Kodiak while making sure he doesn't break the bank; Sam the Mad Scientist unveils The Kraken; a diesel-powered monowheel vehicle that is unlike anything the guys have ever seen.
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Diesel Dave picks his first giveaway truck and dreams big attempting to build the 2020 version of the Kodiak; Todd LeDuc challenges the guys to a desert race and flips the script by picking The Muscle to be on his team.
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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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MLB pitcher Jacob deGrom asks the crew to revamp his OBS Ford; the diesel guys convert a rare British Land Rover Defender from right-hand drive to left-hand drive for a client.
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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.
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A new client asks for a monster school bus capable of driving over sand and water; The Muscle brings in his own client build for a gym buddy, a Raptor-style F250.
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The Dieselsellerz pull out all the stops to build a new giveaway: a Nissan Titan with a near-zero emission Cummins engine; Heavy D fulfills his lifelong dream to drive a truck in Monster Jam.
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The Dieselsellerz are pulling out all the stops to completely rebuild the Super Six for a client; Heavy D faces a challenge when his neighbor asks him to turn a 5-ton military truck into a snow-demolishing plow.
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The Dieselsellerz are pulling out all the stops to completely rebuild the Super Six for a client; Diesel Dave leaves the nest with a wife, a baby, and his very own client build: a 6.7 Powerstroke F450 Superduty built to tow anything.
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Heavy D, Diesel Dave and the Dieselsellerz crew scramble to finish an F100 race truck in time to race the legendary Mint 400; Heavy D has the biggest giveaway yet: the Mighty Megaram.
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Sick of the ridicule on social media, Heavy D decides to finally finish the Fail of the Year UTV; NFL legend Marshawn Lynch asks the guys to build him a Beastmode UTV.
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Heavy D, Diesel Dave and the Dieselsellerz crew scramble to finish a six-door stretched F650 Expedition Camper for a big client; Heavy D shocks the team with his latest flip: a diesel-powered experimental helicopter.
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When Redbeard challenges Heavy D to repurpose some old inventory, Heavy decides to marry a stretched six-door F650 with a camper to create the ultimate expedition vehicle; the guys buy a Hummer H1 from a mysterious mountain man.
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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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Richard Petty, Farmtruck and AZN relive some their most embarrassing moments; Keith Spiker from the Dirty 7 has no idea what kind of redemption battle he's in for.
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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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