What to do When Youre Bored at Home and Love Trucks
March 27, 2020
So you're sitting at home and suddenly it dawns on you: you're really bored. You could vacuum the house or do the dishes, but what's the fun in that? You love trucks and you want to find something to do that is based around them.
Well stand up, have a good stretch and take a deep breath because we're going to tell you 5 things that you can do to stay busy at home if you love trucks!
First and foremost, check out our gallery! Whether you're just simply wanting to browse through thousands of photos of modified trucks or are looking to get some inspiration for a build of your own, the gallery is a great resource!
When you first head to our gallery page, you can see all of the filters you can use to find exactly what you're looking for! If you're using the gallery to plan your build, you can even filter by things like suspension type and wheel size. Found a truck like yours with the fitment you're looking for? Most of the time the gallery allows you to buy that exact setup or a similar one right from that page! This is perfect if you didn't want to do all of the measuring and dialing in for your truck. Just use the same specs that the other person did to get a similar fitment!
Next, we highly encourage you to check out our blog page!
There is a ton of useful information within our blogs such as how-to guides, top 5 lists, and product reviews! Our blogs also have direct links to products right in them so if you're reading one of our top 5 lists on wheels and you want to buy a set that we were talking about, click on the highlighted text and you'll be brought right to that product's page!
If you're more interested in videos, check out our YouTube channel. We post new videos all the time and this can be one of the best ways to spend your time learning or laughing. We have over 360,000 subscribers and are always trying to think of new ways to keep you entertained! We also do giveaways! These can include giving away wheels, tires, or suspension and at one point we even gave away all three to one lucky winner! We also use our gallery to rate the rides of our amazing community so if you want a chance to be featured in a YouTube video, be sure to add your truck to our gallery!
4. Work in the Garage
Next, we would recommend going and working in your garage. Summer is right around the corner which means it's time to clean out that garage to make some extra space for your ride! It's almost truck season so be sure that you have all of the tools that you need in an organized fashion. It would also be smart to sweep and clean the floor. After all, you might have to go under the truck at some point and nobody likes laying in a pile of dirt and old truck fluids. When you're all done cleaning, maybe try rearranging or decorating. If you find yourself spending a lot of extra time at home, this can be the perfect time to add some banners or lights into your garage and truly make it your own.
5. Build Your truck for Summer
Finally, it's time to get your truck ready for show season! If you're spending excess time at home, you have the greatest excuse to start building your truck. Summer is rapidly approaching and it will soon be time to go out for truck shows during the day and meets and cruises at night. It the time where you and your truck will spend countless hours together and is ultimately the time of year we all look forward to. If you want to build your truck but never seem to have enough time, you have time now! Not sure where to start? Head over to our gallery, find a setup you like, and go grab your new wheels, tires, and suspension.
Found the parts you want but don't have a huge chunk of money? You're in luck! Through Affirm, we give you the opportunity to get your parts now and pay them off in 3, 6, or 12 monthly payments. The best part? Qualified applicants can see as low as 0% APR on their purchases! That means you get the parts you want now, pay them off over time, and have the opportunity to not pay any interest! There's no better time than right now to start building your truck and having it ready for the truck season!