About The Guy:

What's up! I'm Joe Wagner, or otherwise known to some as "Joey Dubs". I got into cars and trucks at a young age, starting with just wrenching with my much older brothers as a kid, starting our rebuild of the 51' GMC Truck that's still in peices when I was 12 (I'm 25 now... ha), and throughout my first years of driving very into car audio. I started getting my feet wet into the scene in 2006 when I started getting more into mini's while working at Stylin' Concepts/Stylin' Trucks and ended up buying my Dakota that same year. I got the truck already bagged with a few things done here and there, and throughout the years rebuilt the entire suspension, while also changing just about everything on the inside and outside of it. I began showing with some friends, which I met on forums or through work, and now am good buddies with so many good guys in the scene including all of the XG family. I am currently the Assistant Manager at 4 Wheel Parts Cleveland slinging parts.

Camp N Drag

About His Ride:

Year, Make and, Model:
2000 Dodge Dakota Sport

Exterior:
Fully shaved (Doors, Taillights, Gas Door, Tailgate), Reflexxion Cowl Hood, Custom Sniper Style Grill, Leer Tonneau Cover, Sir Michael's Roll Pan, Suicide Doors, Black Billet Grills, Smoked Projector Halo and LED Headlights, Smoked Projector Halo Fog Lights, Fire and Ice Light Bar, Smoked Third Brake Light with LED Turn Signals Integrated, Custom Roll Pan Hitch, Removable False Bed Floor

Interior:
Tweeded Dash, Headliner, Pillars, Kick Panels, Seat Covers, Center Console and Speaker Box, Tweeded Visors with Dodge Logo Embroidered, Tweeded Door Panels with "Sport" Logo Embroidered, Platinum Series Gauge Face, Dash Bezel Painted Black with Tinted GlowShift Air Gaged Fiberglassed In, "Ejector Seat" Style Horn Button, Catch All Carpeted Molded Floor Mats, Billet Rear View Mirror, Grenade Shifter, Putco LED Dome Light

Suspension:
Airlift Dominator Air Bags up front, As Well In The Back On A Custom 4-Link With Both Custom and Ride Tech Brackets, Two 5-Gallon Air Tanks, Two Viair 480 Compressors, Sanden Engine Driven Compressor, 1/2" Air Lines and Lift Valves, with 3/8" Dump Valves, 10 Switch Box, and Hadley Train Horn

Wheels/Tires:
18" Limited 800's and Kumho Esta Tires

Audio/Video:
JVC Head Unit, Alpine Components with Tweeter In Headliner, Kicker Rear Speakers, 800 Watt American Pro Amp for Clarion Sub, Clarion 1000 4 Channel Amp for Highs

Powertrain:
3.9l Engine, K&N Intake, 5-Speed Transmission

Favorite Feature(s):
Bags and Suicide Doors

Favorite Show Attended: With my truck, Camp and Drag, and Laws of Physics. Good times, a lot of killer rides, and fun experience. Without my truck, SEMA 2009. Definately too much to mention about that one. Being paid to go, and it being paid for didn't hurt either.

Furthest Show Attended:
Same as above.

Plans For The Future:
Weld in my new rear brackets made by Illusive Fabrication and Design so the back lays out, new custom center console, body drop, and redo the suicide doors correctly.

What else do you have?:
2015 Toyota Tacoma TRD Sport (soon to have a 6" lift, 35's and such), 1951 GMC 3/4 Ton Truck in pieces, 1977 Yamaha RD400 Cafe Racer I'm almost done with, and a 1987 Palamino Colt Pop Up Camper

Shout Outs!:
My loving wife April, my family, my good buddy Steve from 3am customs, my friends out of the scene who have still helped me through the build, everyone who got me into the scene and supports it, and of course Xtreme Gravity.