Most frequent questions and answers

We air on Velocity, MAVTV and Rev’n TV.
See the Velocity Schedule here: https://www.velocity.com/schedule
Find your MAVTV Channel here: http://www.mavtv.com/get-mavtv/find-mavtv.html

Find your Rev’N TV channel here: http://www.revntv.com/affiliates/
Check your local listings for times.

You can also watch on our website with a GearZ Nation membership.

You can find products Stacey mentioned on the show by visiting the episode page or the partners page. If the products were used on one of the GEARZ projects, the products will also be listed on the project page of that particular project.

Due to our strict programming schedule, Stacey is not able to build viewer projects. All of his time is devoted to the show and show projects. However, you can submit your project to What are you Workin’ on? for a chance to have your project shown on an upcoming episode.

Due to the fact that this is a real, working shop, with all the hazards and dangers associated with it, we don’t allow anyone into the shop while we are filming a show. However, we do have Autorama events throughout the year where viewers can visit, tour the studio and meet Stacey. Autorama events and ticket purchases will be posted under the events tab and on our social media.

If you are not a registered GearZNation member, you do not need to login to view the site, watch previous episodes or submit your project.

If you are a registered member, click on the “Forgot Password” link on the login page.

Become a GearZNation member and you will have access to the current and past full, HD, commercial-free episodes. All previous seasons can be viewed in the episodes page.

If they are not owned by GearZ, they go to the person or company that owns them. If they are owned by GearZ, typically, the vehicles remain at the GearZ studio for promotional purposes, additional shows, events, etc.. In some cases, the vehicles may be offered for sale, donation or trade.

We will do our best to assist you or direct you to a company that may be able to provide answers. You may need to contact a parts manufacturer for technical advice.
To contact us, use the Contact Page.

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