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Install Video: Check Out This How-To On Installing The Ridetech 1988-98 C1500 Coil Over Suspension! Awesome System

The 1988-98 Chevrolet truck platform has finally come into its own in the world of hot rodding and that means parts and pieces are being developed with a fury by the aftermarket. Ridetech recognizes...

Get It Right: Here’s The Proper Way To Measure For Custom Shocks From The Crew At Ridetech

You want to install custom shocks on your car. Maybe you just want to make a simple change with a single adjustable tube shock or maybe you are going bigger with air suspension or perhaps multi-way...

Tech Talk: Borgeson Has A Tech Page That Will Knock Your Socks Off – FAQs, Tips, and More Here

We know that you love car stuff because you are reading BangShift right now. You likely love the car stuff more than you love the stuff you are supposed to be doing at the moment, which is a-ok with...

LS Corvair Project: Cantilever Suspension, Engine Mods, And More Are Going In!

This project continues to impress and inspire and we love it! Check out all the cool stuff going down in this episode of the build, because this car just keeps getting more trick. John Reynolds is a...

Finnegan’s Garage: FINALLY FIXING THE WORLD’S DEADLIEST 2JZ-SWAPPED DODGE CHARGER!!!

Finnegan’s Death Metal Charger is arguably the scariest car that he and Newbern have in the fleet of fun. It is cool as hell, but it certainly isn’t easy to drive, comfortable, or...

The Electric Swapped 1965 Mustang Fastback Project Suspension, Weights, And More

We shared the first three videos in this project a couple weeks ago and now we’ve got the latest right here. In this episode Tom goes over the rear suspension’s cradle assembly, motor,...

Save Time and Get It Right The First Time With Borgeson – Here’s Why The “Jeep Box” Conversion Ain’t All That

We’re all about saving money around here. We’re all about getting the most bang for the buck and making your hot rod do the most with the least. We’re also about working smarter and...

No Fool, Get The Tool: Ridetech Has The Perfect Bushing Removal And Installation Tool To Make Your Suspension Project Easier

Upgrading the suspension of your GM car equipped with a triangulated four link from the factory is pretty straight ahead, right? Fresh control arms top and bottom, some sweet new springs, and yes,...

Making Frame Rails: Road Race Hot Rod Chassis Building Continues

In a previous blog post we talked about the front suspension on this cool 1931 Ford Truck that is going together over at StanceWorks and today it is getting more of the touches done, including the...

Down She Goes: Watch These Guys Install Ridetech Air Ride On A Cool 1967 Lincoln Continental

To us it’s always fun when you get to see wrenching being done on a non-traditional car. It seems like there is no such thing anymore because seemingly every style of old car is internet...

LS Corvair Project: Some Welding Required, Amazon Doesn’t Sell Swap Parts For This.

In this episode of the LS Swapped Corvair build, where the engine is still going to be in the rear as Chevrolet intended, more custom fabrication is going on. After all, when you do something...

Making Sheet Metal Into Suspension! – Road Race Chassis For A Hot Rod Rebuild

Building complicated shapes and structures at home can be a challenge sometimes, but if you use the methods in this video you’ll see just what is possible without anything but simple cutting...

LS Corvair Project: More Chassis Work As The Suspension Mounts, Hubs, And Roll Bar Come Together

While I’ve heard of a few drivetrain swaps that practically bolt in to other makes and models, that is not going to be the case when you are trying to put an LS4 into the back of a Corvair. These...

Project Binky Update: lt’s Back And It’s Badass, But Has Had To Have Some Tweaks

Despite being the most well thought out car build I’ve ever seen online, and also being finished to a much more show car level than anyone ever expected at the beginning of this whole project....