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As a how-to show dedicated exclusively to trucks, 4x4s and SUV's, "Truck U" (formally Truck Universe) finds monster-truck expert Matt Steele and master mechanic Bruno Massel involved in hands-on projects crucial to serious off-roading and truck performance. Ideal for reaching the flourishing truck, 4

Truck U is a series that is currently running and has 16 seasons (72 episodes). The series first aired on March 2, 2005.

Where do I stream Truck U online? Truck U is available for streaming on Velocity, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Truck U on demand at Amazon Prime, Philo, Amazon, Vudu, Velocity, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, Apple TV online.

Sunday 10:30 AM et/pt on Velocity
16 Seasons, 72 Episodes
March 2, 2005
Cast: Bruno Massel
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Truck U Full Episode Guide

  • The guys bring in a classic C10 show truck to fix a leak in the rear pinion seal and upgrade the rear brakes to a disc-brake setup. They also add new springs and shocks to the truck, and that way, it will be ready for the next show.

  • Matt and Bruno take a stock F-250 and give it all the bells and whistles: lift kit, electric running boards, fender flares, bed cover, wheels and tires. They're just tired from talking about it. Time to get to work.

  • It's always a good day at shop when the guys bring in a race truck, but this isn't just any race truck. It's the fastest diesel truck in the world, and they're going to show you how it ticks.

  • If you've ever wonder what it takes to retrofit a heavy-duty five-speed overdrive transmission into a Jeep JK, Matt and Bruno are going to show you today.

  • Matt and Bruno agree to a package deal with these two trucks. The owner said to have fun with the new Ford Raptor, but it order to work on it, they also need to install a chrome accessory drive on a '76 truck.

  • The guys bring in a pair of older daily driver trucks. An F-350 needs a new transmission, while an '88 GMC gets a few much-needed interior components.

  • Matt and Bruno look at the newer and older Duramax engines. Just like any diesel engine, L5P still has parts that can be improved upon, and the guys will tackle some common problems, while also adding performance and reliability.

  • Matt gave his 2011 Chevy Silverado to his son, and now it's back in the TU shop for accident damage. Matt explains why sometimes it's better to make the fix yourself than to go through insurance.

  • Matt and Bruno bring in a purpose-built F-250 drag truck. It's making 40 lbs. of boost and keeps losing intake boots and head gaskets. The guys will fix the problem with a wastegate and blow-off valve and watch it take a final pass.

  • Bruno and Matt have never had more parts for the new Jeep Gladiator. They install a 4-inch lift, snorkel kit and fender flares just to name a few. This Truck Hero Gladiator project is going to be a beast when its done.

  • Matt bought an old '86 Chevy truck, and the problem is it needs some work, and he can't do it himself. He'll have to convince his buddy Bruno to help him out.

  • Bruno and Matt learn about the ZMax Training Truck and how it makes stops across the country. They fix some problems on the truck by adding bigger brakes and installing some helper springs in the back to carry the extra weight.

  • This 1963 GMC pickup truck could be a cool truck to drive in high school. Matt and Bruno make it cooler by adding some tunes and getting rid of an overpowering gas smell inside the cab by relocating the gas tank.

  • Matt and Bruno look at some of the common fuel pump issues on the 6.7L Ford Powerstroke. The guys take the old pump apart, install a new one and show you how to prevent these fuel pump issues in the future

  • A 1958 Chevy Apache stepside pickup has been a labor of love for a father, son and now, grandson. Bruno and Matt address some wiring gremlins the owners haven't been able to track down, then upgrade the gauges and stereo.

  • A 2020 Roxor side-by-side UTV has been delivered, but before Matt and Bruno can haul it out to the trails, the shop trailer need some TLC. The guys also have some great accessories to install before they make tracks.

  • A 1973 K5 Blazer makes a repeat visit to the garage. Matt and Bruno already upgraded the suspension, and now will tackle the interior to give it a more comfortable ride inside as well as out.

  • Fleet trucks need specialized maintenance due to constant wear and tear, so when a 2018 Ford F-250 Lariat comes to the shop, Matt and Bruno do some routine upkeep and give it some upgrades to keep it roadworthy for years to come.

  • This 2016 Nissan Titan XD is owned by a veteran who uses it to tow. Matt and Bruno will install some upgrades to make towing and hauling less of a drag on its 5.0L Cummins diesel engine.

  • What's better than one Jeep for Matt and Bruno to work on? Two of them! The guys discuss the differences in the JK and JL Jeeps and install some custom items on both to make them one-of-a-kind rides.

  • This 2001 Dodge 2500 has a big lift and even bigger wheels, but the suspension and steering has never been touched. Matt and Bruno address the hubs and bearings along with some other front-end upgrades

  • This 1946 GMC truck needs some love. It drives fine, but it is missing some key ingredients to make the ride more enjoyable like carpeting and door handles. Matt and Bruno make this truck more functional by installing some of these key parts.

  • This 2016 Ford EcoBoost CrewCab XLT was purchased to be a daily driver but is a base model. The owner loves the look of a Raptor, so Matt and Bruno are adding some aftermarket upgrades to give the truck that Raptor style.

  • Matt and Bruno address some common problems on a 2006 Duramax and give the truck stopping power by replacing the original brakes!