Hello Guest. Flyin6 Administrator Posts: I'll bet you boneheads never knew I owned and built one of these monsters What I would consider a slightly more capable Tahoe, it does have good angles and when I off roaded it, the thing did fairly well, although it broke parts. It has lesser than HD parts Decent ground clearance, but not enough Lots of chrome That don't get you home a really comfortable interior and a fuel economy sometimes barely in the 12's The truck badly needs a diesel and real 1 ton axles, then you'd really have something.
Never the less I took a swing at one and here all that is. When building this truck I wanted to stay close to stock since the available lift kits really don't do much except raise the vehicle. They, for the most part do not increase suspension articulation which is exactly what an independent front suspension desperately needs more of.Kindig-It Design Makes Bumper Repair with Millermatic 211
Here's a look at the difference in the indexing of the hex Here's the stock suspension before tear down Here's a comparison between the stock and the Cognito UCAs. The cognito arms allow for more "droop" and correct the ball joint angle.
Additionally, they allow for stock alignment specs when lifting around 3" Here, the Cognito UCA is installed, which is a relatively simple procedure Next the Bilstien shocks are bolted in. Notice the totally wimpy stock tie rods which are about to go bye-bye Here are the stock front shocks and their replacement rear Bilstiens.
Sorry, but the fronts were already bolted on, my bag Here are the tie rods, stock and Fabtech. Which ones do you think are stronger??? When bolting in the Fabtech tie rods, you will need a minimum of a 17" crecent wrench, those suckers are huge! Next comes the Cognito Idler link brace Here's a better pic of the idler brace. I used the stock idler, since mine is still new, however I will soon replace it with the supplied Cognito monster Idler And here's all the suspension goodies installed prior to alignment which was W A Y off until after the rack.
The technician was able to align to factory specs! Here's the install of the complete Volant "Cold Air" intake system.
It is a quality piece which is well designed, fits well, and is easy to install Here's the engine compartment prior to removing the stock system. The business end of the larger air plenum And the air filter element inside the box Here's a view of the factory air tube and the cleaner Volant unit Here's a side by side of the stock and Volant air boxes.
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And the new Volant MAF alongside the stock one New is in my hand Apologies for the fuzzy picture quality. Engine bay with stock everything removed The new air plenum mounts with two bolts and washers into factory mount points.Learn more about Amazon Prime. Close Menu. Dave and his team, at Kindig It Design, use cars as their canvases to create extraordinary works of art for serious car lovers nationwide.
More purchase options. By ordering or viewing, you agree to our Terms. Sold by Amazon. Episodes 14 Sort by Episode number Newest episodes Available to watch. We Build Bitchin Rides. Subtitles Subtitles. Audio languages Audio languages. Dave and the team at Kindig It Design start a new year with a one of a kind build they have never attempted before a Ranchero.
The car looks to have had a lot of work done, but what's underneath the metal sets the team back. The Ranchero build is an epic achievement for Dave and the whole Kindig It Design team, but will the client see it the same way? And will Dave find the perfect name for the perfect car? The Bitchin Little Sister.
A Canadian father daughter team arrives to add a new Bitchin Ride to their impressive collection. A Caldera-What? An old build is back for new customizations, an interior revamp and a new name. With Kevin headed out of town, Dave tries to sneak a new and personal project thru the doors. Fiberglass, Fiberglass and More Fiberglass.
One of Dave's all time favorite designs is the Mercedes Gul-Wing, and a new client arrives with a kit version of the car. But it has many flaws, which the team need to address while trying to get the car as close as they can to original.
Green for the Money.When his pen hits paper Dave Kindig begins the process of creating exceptional works of art from ordinary, rusted out cars. Dave built his incredibly successful business on his own, trusting in his childhood passion for Hot Wheels, Legos and drawing to guide his one-of-a-kind automotive creations.
An original FE engine, modified bumpers and some insights from Kevin will make this build one to remember. It's new vs. The old-school engine is a favorite of the guys, but getting it fired and working properly has the whole team scratching their heads.
It's a new year and a new office for the shop foreman. But before they leave they must get the cars show ready and picture perfect, and a Chevelle rolls into the shop for upholstery and an engine upgrade. Dave's graphic skills shine as he puts a new spin on a classic. Behind a cloud of smoke, a Mustang with mechanical issues and bad styling gets a Bitchin upgrade. Looks can be deceiving however, as this car looks pretty stock from the outside, but underneath the hood lies a one of a king power station.
With over 2, HP the engine is custom built and hopefully be as over the top as the client has asked for.
To get to the show they need to get a Chevelle road ready for its owner; that's if the staff can avoid a misunderstanding with the law. A client from the land down under tasks Dave with a unique project and finally the guys learn that when it comes to cars and speed, size doesn't matter. This car is getting a new engine, new headlights, new paint and the suspension is something you'll have to see to believe.
Dave has some new tricks up his sleeve as a brand new Bentley Bentayga gets some bitchin styling upgrades. A rare Lincoln Continental is the new challenge for the shop and Dave is going big on this build.
Everything is getting customized on this build as Tad hopes his wife will approve of the changes. A custom blue color, massive V12 engine and the approval of a living legend are all this car needs to truly be considered a bitchin' ride. Paul, Minn. The mission for this car show is simple, see as many cars as possible and eat as many foods on a stick as they can.These are dealerships that do not have a physical location, meaning that cars will be delivered to your home.
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The Ranchero build is an epic achievement for Dave and the team, but will the client see it the same way?
And will Dave find the perfect name for the A Canadian who bought the '62 Volkswagen Safari Bus wants a sister car for his daughter, upgrading a Volkswagen Bug for a similar look and smoother ride. An old build is back for new customisations and a new name. With Kevin out of town, Dave tries to sneak a personal project through the doors. A client arrives and asks Dave to build what he thinks the Hummer H2 would look like 20 years into the future.
It's out with the old and in with One of Dave's favourite designs is the Mercedes Gul-Wing, and a client has a kit version. But it has many flaws which need addressed. A '41 Chevy that has bounced around numerous shops rolls in for a quick trunk lid fix, but the team quickly discover a lot more wrong with the car. Every defect with the Mercedes Gul-Wing has finally been addressed, but questions and challenges remain.
Will the client pick Kevin or Dave's vision? A car doesn't always need to be totally rebuilt. Dave swaps the chassis and upgrade performance for a Nomad to give the car the edge it was missing. Car show season is always a big time of year for the crew, but a show has called with a special request.
They want Dave to be a judge and Corvette enthusiast Rick Cox has brought in his '63 Corvette to take it to the next level. He wants some serious upgrades, including a huge LS X engine. Lloyd Carney is an engineer and gear head with an extensive car collection full of classics, but there is something missing. Can Dave and the crew help? An old client, Vinnie, was blown away by the work Dave and the team did on his Charger.
Now he's back for their help building the greatest Mopar on the The '67 Coronet build continues. Vinnie wanted to go all out on this build and Dave has done some of his most innovative design work to date.Full Episodes.
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From rendering and design to building and restoring, viewers see vehicles being made from the ground up before being revealed to the car's owner. Meet Dave Kindig. Blue Suede Shoes is not only a beast on the open road, but it's guaranteed to take home some hardware at just about any car show it attends. Bitchin' Rides. Will's attention to detail will ensure that this GTO looks spectacular even under a microscope. The final details on the '67 GTO came together to create a one-of-a-kind masterpiece.
Dave and Charity have lots of fond memories of this Karmann Ghia and there's no way they're going to be able to get rid of it any time soon. This Chevelle just needed a little update before it was truly a bitchin' ride.
This Chevelle comes from a great pedigree and now all Dave has to do is take the build over the top. This one-of-a-kind truck is the largest vehicle you'll ever see. Dave and Kevdogg somehow managed to come across a bigger horsepower fiend than themselves. Dave and Charity's parents were over the moon to see their spectacular Corvette in all its glory.
Dave and Kevdogg can't wait to get their hands on the new motor. Now let's see if they can get that box open You know the folks at Kindig-it just had to throw some cutouts on this custom exhaust. Dave came across a beautiful Daytona at a car show and just had to see what the car was made out of.
It's the little tricks of the trade that can really make an interior pop. The rumble of this supercharged Lincoln is music to our ears. Dave enlisted the help of the legendary custom car builder, Gene Winfield, to help get the guys started cutting out the Lincoln's hood. To make this Continental stand out from the rest, Dave Kindig decided that they should throw a set of front fenders on the rear quarter panels.
Dave and Kev take a look at the final Wild Bill's ' Dave reveals the Blue Suade Shoes Invicta. Kelly's Charger gets the Kindigit touch with an added hp, air ride technologies, and the coolest suicide doors.
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