If you have been following our blog posts or social media you may have seen us throw around the name Bink Designs a time or two. But if you aren’t familiar with the company, they are a one-stop-shop for digital media marketing in the motorsports industry. Although the guys have been super busy, they have finally completed their latest build. They have officially moved on from their ’15 Ford F-150 and in its place is the ’19 Chevrolet Silverado LTZ dubbed the BinkRado.
Bink Designs founder Brian Binkert says, “We knew that it had to be our next build. We needed it to be very sleek and function well on the street as it is our daily driver. But it will also need to be able to handle rough terrain down the Baja Peninsula or Southwestern US deserts.” Afterall these guys like to have fun and will also need to scout to find perfect photo spots.
The ’19 Silverado is equipped with a 6.2L V8 engine and a 10-speed transmission. Bink Designs enlisted the help of Dirt King Fabrication to assist with the build such as the Dirt King’s Mid Travel suspension kit, bed cage and front and rear bumpers. A few other things they installed include FOX shocks, FiberwerX fiberglass, Deaver Spring pack, Baja Designs Lighting and of course, a set of Method 315 17” wheels wrapped in 37” General Tire Grabber X3’s. Power mods were kept simple with a Magnaflow exhaust and K&N filter combo. Looking at the exterior you’ll notice the unique wrap graphic that Binks Designed themselves. In a sort of Yin & Yang way, each side is an opposite theme to each other, not only in color but even texture. One side has a matte finish while the other is gloss. Additionally the Method 315s wheels on one side of the truck have a matte black finish in contrast with the machined finished on the other.
Whether it’s on the street or off road, we think the BinkRado truck will look great. The 315 wheel is essentially the street legal version of the iconic 103 beadlock wheel. Check them out below.
- Solid A356 aluminum with T6 heat treatment construction
- Streel legal version of the 103 beadlock race wheel
- Firm 12 spoke design with debossed METHOD logo
- Machined pockets in outer lip for weight savings
- Replaceable MRW stainless steel lip bolts with optional colors available
- Bolt-on center cap — push through cap for 8 lug applications
- Strong 2500 lbs. to 3640 lbs. load ratings
- Hub centric fitments for common applications
- Industry’s best lifetime structural warranty
Owner: @binkdesigns #BinkRado
Wheels: 17x8.5 Method Race Wheels 315
Engine: 6.2L V8; 10-Speed Transmission; K&N Air Intake; Magnaflow Exhaust; Magnuson SuperCharger (Coming Soon)
Exterior: Dirt King front & rear bumpers; FiberwerX 4" front and rear fiberglass; Baja Designs XL 80, XL PRO, S1 Rear amber light & Under Glow LED lighting; Spare tire/wheel mounted in bed; Pro Eagle Jack; General Tire Grabber X3 37x17x12.50
Suspension: Dirt King Suspension Kit/ Upper & Lower arms coated with STEEL-IT; FOX 3.0 10" 3-Tube piggyback bypass & 2.5 10" coilovers (front), 16" 3-tube piggyback bypass (rear), 2.5 6" air shock for towing purposes; Deaver M27 leaf springs;
Build Partners: @methodracewheels @fox @dirtkingfabrication @general_tire @bajadesignsofficial @steelitcoatings @fiberwerx @magnaflow @knfilters @lucasoilproducts @4x4spod @arb4x4usa @pciraceradios @powertankofficial @proeagle