Two Guys Garage Podcast

Expert gearheads and longtime co-hosts Kevin Byrd and Willie B bring their hallmark brand of automotive knowledge and passion from the TV screen to the podcasting world.

Two Guys Garage hosts Kevin Byrd and Willie B are sharing their passion about all things automotive. Taking full advantage of the podcast format, the guys tackle a wide range of topics and conduct fact-and-fun-filled interviews with friends and leaders in the car space – all in the same freewheeling, just havin’-fun manner fans of the long-running MotorTrend TV series have been enjoying for years.

Two Guys Garage Podcast is available for streaming and download on the iHeartRadio, Apple, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher or wherever you listen to your favorite shows.
54. Shock Treatment

54. Shock Treatment

All shocks are not created equal. Engineering and manufacturing are critical to effectively tuning, running and racing them. On this episode of the podcast, Willie and Kevin get schooled by legendary suspension expert Jeff Ryan of JRi Shocks. “A shock can cure a lot of things,” he tells them, “but it can’t cure everything.”

53. All About Engine Bearings

53. All About Engine Bearings

The bearing is arguably the most overlooked part of the engine. It looks very simple but it’s actually a very precisely designed and manufactured component that must be both strong and soft at the same time. Today Ron Sledge of King Engine Bearings joins the guys to break down what goes into them and discuss how to pick the right one for your application.

52. Metalwork Demystified

52. Metalwork Demystified

Metalworking can be intimidating, and the learning curve can be steep. But thanks to Darren O’Brien and the good folks at Woodward Fab, it doesn’t have to be. On this episode, the guys discuss how the company’s versatile lineup of affordable tools removes the fear factor and will have you fabricating in no time.

51. Special Delivery

51. Special Delivery

A near-death experience incorrectly strapping a car on a trailer taught Willie a hard lesson on the rights and wrongs of vehicle transport. On this episode of the podcast, Joe Parks of industry leader Pilot Transport shares his observations and experience moving everything from a Ford Escort to a Bugatti Veyron across 49 states and Canada.

50. Ian Johnson Unfiltered

50. Ian Johnson Unfiltered

Ian Johnson is his own man, instantly recognizable for the signature hairstyle, easygoing personality, and unbelievable welding chops. Kevin and Willie recently caught up with the former high school shop teacher turned TV host, as he was about to begin production on Season 2 of his hit MotorTrend series, FourWheeler.

49. Wiring Made Easy

49. Wiring Made Easy

Navigating a virtual rat’s nest of wires can drive just about any DIYer to the breaking point of gutting their electrical system and starting from scratch. Willie and Kevin know this drill all too well, and in this podcast they turn to American Autowire’s R&D Manager Don Bock for help with hassle-free wiring.

48. Meet Leah Pruett

48. Meet Leah Pruett

A resurgence of interest in resurrecting old cars spurred Kevin and Willie to attempt a project of their own on a recent episode of the TV show. They found a stabled ‘84 Fox Body Mustang Convertible 302 that hadn’t been run in 20 years, so between the dirt, the rust, and the rot, the guys really had their hands full!

47. Mustang Resurrection

47. Mustang Resurrection

A resurgence of interest in resurrecting old cars spurred Kevin and Willie to attempt a project of their own on a recent episode of the TV show. They found a stabled ‘84 Fox Body Mustang Convertible 302 that hadn’t been run in 20 years, so between the dirt, the rust, and the rot, the guys really had their hands full!

46. Up Close with Art and Craig Morrison

46. Up Close with Art and Craig Morrison

In a conversation with the legendary Art Morrison and his son Craig, the guys are treated to an intimate personal history, from Art’s earliest influences working on a 1930 Model A Ford in the early 1960s… to a ’54 Chevy that he built into a race car… through a tour in Vietnam… to success on the track in 1972… and building 135 rear end dragsters starting in 1977. It’s a fascinating oral history not to be missed!