Handpicked Western Trucks, LLC
Owners: Chris & Paul Rutledge
Handpicked Western Trucks LLC, 155 North Main, Jasper, Texas 75951
Phone: (409) 383-6004
DIESEL NOW MORE THAN EVER!!!!
HIGHER ENERGY COSTS AND A SLUGGISH ECONOMY
MEANS SAVING MONEY ISN’T A LUXURY – IT’S A MUST. HERE ARE THREE
COMPELLING REASONS TO MOVE UP TO DIESEL POWER TODAY.
- Fuel Economy - DIESEL engines get 40 – 50%
more miles per gallon of fuel than equivalently powered gas engines.
- Power – DIESELS have TWICE the
load-hauling torque of a gas powered pickup. That’s the power
that gets your heavy loads up the mountain with ease.
- Longevity – DIESEL engines routinely last
TWO TO THREE times longer than a gas engine.
- Preowned – DIESEL pickup trucks make sense because
the large initial depreciation has already been absorbed by the first
owner. You will enjoy a high quality diesel pickup truck at
used truck prices!
DIESEL POWER MEANS ECONOMY, POWER
AND LONGEVITY, THREE REASONS IT MAKES DOLLARS AND SENSE TO MOVE UP TO
DIESEL POWER TODAY!
What’s going on in the world of diesel?
When we see things of interest or importance relating to diesel pickups, we'll post them on our website for the benefit of our valued customers.
VW Passat TDI Sets World Record for Fuel Economy
Studies Show Diesels Have Lower Cost of Ownership!
When DEF is Death
Ford International IDI
A Matter of Frequency
Scan Gauge II
2014 Events Calendar
Blowin’ in the Wind
A New Engine with a Long Heritage
Diesel Wins Grand-Am Class Championship
Nissan Frontier Diesel Runner
2015 Chevrolet Colorado
The Quest for 30 MPG
Cummins Announces ISV5.0 V-8 Diesel
Understanding Diesel Exhaust Fluid
Which Ram is Right for You?
Road Racing Freightliner
Finally Official: ’14 Ram EcoDiesel
This New Ram Is No Sheep
Letter of the Month
2014 Chevrolet Cruze Clean TurboDiesel
Torque: Clean Burning, No DPF
Military Mulls a Two-Stroke Solution
What’s What in Diesel Emissions Equipment
10 Common Towing Mistakes
Riding the Storm Out
1,600-Plus Miles on One Tank
De-Strokin’ the Ford
Hot Rod Engine
Why Injectors Fail
83 Miles Per Gallon
Allison vs. Torqshift vs. Aisin
2012 Events Calendar
Judge Reviews Hybrid Court Case
Sell Your House, Stop Paying Rent
Dial a Smile
10 Best Used Diesels
Power Stroke Turbo for Towing
King of the Hill: Towing Torture Test
Back to Basics: Dodge 12 Valve
Super Bad Diesel Powered 8.0 second 1/4 mile Chevy S10
Airdog Monster truck with 5.9 Cummins Turbo
Dirty Max Duramax Diesel Powered Drag Truck
Houston, we have lift off.
Lettin' it all hang out!!
Big Mack Sled Puller
Class Action Lawsuit
The Future of Fuel
1st & Only All-In-One
Diesels Do Fly!
Ten Best Diesels of 2009
10 Things You Didn't Know About Diesel
The Strongest Dodge Transmission Ever Built
Cummins Lift Pump Upgrade
First 5.9L Powered Ram Pickup
Million-Mile Diesel Filtration
The Duramax Tractor
397HP Duramax vs. 400HP Power Stroke
Do It Yourself Tranny Kits
New and Different
New Power for Patriot Coal
Reisser Cycle Engine Gets 200MPG
Could SuperTurboCharge Becom the Hero on Fuel Economy?
Heart Attack Prevention for the 6.0L Power Stroke Part I
Heart Attack Prevention for the 6.0L Power Stroke Part II
2011 Ford F250 Lariat
2011 Chevy Silverado LTZ 2500HD
2011 Dodge Ram Laramie
2011 Ford F350 Lariat FX4
2011 GMC Sierra Denali 3500
2011 Dodge Ram 3500 Laramie Mega Cab
Total Towing Control
Diesels on the Front Lines
Long Live the King
Diesel Monster Truck
Diesel Heaven in Geneva
Hot Rod Hauler
160,000 PSI Diesel Injector
50 Reasons Diesel is the Ultimate Fuel
Diesel Cop Car
EPA Mandates Changes to Diesel Technology
Gillette Diesel EGR Delete Kit
Diesel Will Always Be Better Than Gasoline
Power, Fuel Efficiency, and Transmissions
Cummins Certified to 2010 Standards
Scheid Rail Knocking on 200-MPH Barriesr
Military Biodiesel R & D
Hybrid vs. Diesel
Ethanol E85 Fuel Loses Cost-Benefit Test to Diesel
Diesel Powered Vehicles Holding Value
First in the Sevens?
Diesel Efficiency with an American Twist
Good News, Bad News
Gas vs. Diesel
Rudi Would Be Proud
Is This The End of the Second Musclecar Era?
Test Session Report
The Wartsila-Sulzer RTA96-C turbocharged two-stroke diesel engine is the most powerful and most efficient prime-mover in the world today
USA Today Article substantiates our point that diesels help defray depreciation