In the 21st century, companies have to reach out to their customers in ways never before considered. 20 years ago, the aftermarket parts industry was a totally different place that relied on magazines and parts warehouses to get them what they needed. Nowadays though, most every company has a website, a Facebook page, Twitter account, or blog where you can communicate directly with the parts builder.

This includes Hedman Headers, who recently started a blog page to keep customers up to date on their latest products and projects.

Being that Hedman serves all sorts of vehicle makes and models, the blog is a diverse collection of dragsters, truck parts, muscle cars, and modern engine modifications. Among the highlights for Chevy are new shorty headers for ’67-87 C10 and C20 pickup trucks, which have become quite popular among those looking for a cheap, easy, and fun project.

But it’s not just Hedman products getting love. Their line of Hamburger billet timing chain and intake valley covers are also highlight on the blog, as is Hedman’s 1964 Ford Falcon project. If you’re a fan of Hedman products, its a good blog to check out from time to time for new products. You never know what might pop up next.