People Who Use QuickJack
Mighty Car Mods
Marty and Moog of Mighty Car Mods are two professional, aussie car mod pros. Mighty Car Mods takes you through every stage of a car modification project. The two friends started out in 2007 in “Marty’s mum’s driveway,” and are dedicated to DIY projects that anyone can do at home. They work on a variety of cars, and the majority of them are done exclusively on the QuickJack. Marty and Moog are just two normal guys who are huge gearheads and love to work on their projects. And that love shows. Their videos are good-natured, fun and very well produced.
Cleetus McFarland is the name of the insanely popular YouTube channel hosted by energetic, Garrett Mitchell. With many references to “Freedoming” on their channel, Cleetus McFarland is all about the ‘Murican culture. But with all that Mountain Dew, how could they not be? The episodes will often feature the car projects they work on—including a body-less Corvette named Leroy—and the races and tests that follow. Even though they mess around a lot, the team at Cleetus really knows their stuff. Anyone looking for an on-brand show with smart mechanics and the best tools in the trade, look no further.
The guys at AMMO NYC are car detailing professionals. Every episode of Drive + Protect, is a perfect tutorial for a multitude of detailing projects. The videos are as incredibly detailed as the cars he works on. And each episode give in-depth steps for every kind of DIY detailing imaginable. Hosted by the founder of AMMO, Larry Kosilla, the show seeks to educate drivers about the detailing and care of their cars. And he doesn’t just show you the tools to use, he makes them too! Nearly every product used to clean in his videos can be found on the AMMO NYC website.
In the five years since the TJ Hunt channel started it has quickly become one of the biggest shows on YouTube. TJ started making videos with his friend Calvin, working out of a house garage. Now he works in an enormous operation with some of the best tools around! With plenty of rebuilds and modifications, TJ and his team work on some of the coolest cars in the industry. But it’s not all about the cars. TJ Hunt was also built around inspirational messages, and he firmly believes that you can be anything you want in life. If you watch his channel long enough you are bound to hear the phrase “Keep moving forward,” which is exactly the kind of attitude that made this channel what it is today.
If “living life on the goon side” sounds like an interesting proposition to you, then you need to subscribe to the popular YouTube channel: Goonzquad. This show is all about rebuilding project cars, and they know how to do it right. They take you along step by step until each car meets their fast, loud and mean standards. Goonzquad works on dozens of different projects, each video following the last until the project is finished. Once you start watching one of their builds, you’re going to find it hard to stop until the car is done!
Evan Shanks is a fun, car loving and Monster obsessed YouTube star. Starting YouTube when he was just 16, Evan does a lot of home mechanic work, regularly using his QuickJack to get the job done. His watchers will agree that not only is Evan upbeat and ridiculously funny, but he also truly knows his stuff. Often involving his wife and family, Evan’s videos are personal and real! We love Evan’s honest and very open style, it makes for some great content. Especially for lovers of fast and well-built cars.
B is for Build
Chris from B is for Build built his channel from the ground up! And that is exactly what he does on the channel, he builds. Or more often, rebuilds. Chris loves to buy cheap cars at auction and get them in working order. And he is an experienced rebuilder so you can expect some great tips along the way! What kind of tool does he often use for the fix? You guessed it, our very own QuickJack is a regular guest on his show. Anyone looking for expert building, and some really unique projects, will find B is for Build right up their alley.
If you watch the popular YouTube channel Tavarish you see a knowledgeable DIY’er with a love for cars. Everything on Tavarish is covered in great detail making his channel perfect for anyone doing similar repairs, or modifications. Not only does he explain everything he’s doing, but he is also an expert. His handy tips and tricks are invaluable to anyone with an itch to learn. With Tavarish, you never know what kind of episode you’re going to get. He even turned his BendPak HD-9 four-post lift into a two-post lift using a QuickJack! If you’re looking for a fun and knowledgeable DIY show, you may want to check out Tavarish.
Taylor Ray is a big-time mechanic and drifter. After fixing or modifying the cars, you are likely to see him put these cars to the test. Not only is he knowledgeable about his cars and mechanics, he really knows how to drive. Whether he’s drifting, or just making a mechanical fix, Taylor makes you feel like you are right there with him. Starting off with the QuickJack—one of his favorite tools in the garage—his operation has quickly expanded. Now that he has the GrandPrix low-ceiling two-post lift, his channel and projects are sure to only get bigger and better.
David Patterson started making YouTube videos in 2010. Since then ThatDudeinBlue has grown to over 1,000,000 subscribers! Though he also does vlogs of his personal life and modification videos, ThatDudeinBlue owes a lot to his car reviews. His reviews are always exciting to watch, and over the years he has gotten to review some really amazing cars. He even does reviews of his subscriber’s cars! But that definitely isn’t all of his content. From repairs and modifications, to events and driving; with ThatDudeinBlue you get a little bit of everything cars.
Gingium is a popular up-and-coming YouTube channel created by Caleb Sandlund. And with the awesome content they’re producing it’s no wonder so many people are signing on. Gingium gets right to the point with their videos, keeping you updated on all of their projects. Which includes: the appropriately named “Adventure bus,” a drifting truck and two killer Miata’s. Most of the projects require custom alterations or parts, which adds a unique aspect to the channel. The style of the show is light and fun, with some really interesting builds. Gingium knows how to have a good time and their enthusiasm is contagious!
Peter Tarach and Dave Pratte are the leading minds behind Speed Academy. With over a decade of building, modifying, evaluating and racing cars, Peter and Dave are more than up to any challenge. Their channel is highly performance driven, every car built to run at its best and fastest. Their expertly crafted cars are documented every step of the way—which means a whole lot of testing out on the track, as well as in the shop! Anyone looking for thoroughly documented projects or fast and mean cars, will find everything they need in life on Speed Academy.
Briansmobile1 is a treasure trove of information for anyone interested in DIY car repairs! Brian takes you through his daily life as a mechanic, giving great insight on car parts and mechanics along the way. His fixes are clear and concise, so that any well-practiced DIY’er can follow along with ease. Brian mixes up the fixes (see what we did there) with some handy tricks for a variety of car hacks. From removing coins stuck in a CD player, to fixing your car’s AC—you’ll find plenty of educational videos for any of your car repair needs.
Gears and Gasoline
Anyone watching Gears and Gasoline will instantly become familiar with their beautiful cinematography and clean edits. Gears and Gasoline features some of the most unique, and certainly some of the most beautiful cars around. Along with the cars they feature, they also work on their own turbo charged beauties. Their style is a blend of special car and event features, vlog-style road trips, and personal modifications. They are a huge part of the online car community, and even have a documented series dedicated to their fellow YouTube Influencers. Gears and Gasoline is definitely worth checking out for anyone diving into the YouTube car scene!