What do you think of when you see a Donk driving down the street? Do you think, man that car looks sick, or do you think it looks goofy? How much $$$ did it cost? Is it hard to drive? What kind of car is that? How long did that take them to do? How does he keep it is such great shape? “Probably goes to the carwash was everyday!”
Why does someone put a lift kit on their car?
Donks are becoming more and more popular these days. When someone puts a lift kit on their car, with some sweet rims to match and to top it off with a flavor of paint, this isn’t considered just a car anymore, it’s a replication of the owner's lifestyle and culture. Donking cars is a hobby, and it is a very popular hobby. Donks are without a doubt eye-catching vehicles and help show your personality in an amazing manner through the car that you are driving.
Buying a Car to turn into a Donk!
If you want to Donk a car and add a lift kit to it, the first thing you will need is a car! Choose a car that speaks to you and you think best represents you. If you want to choose and easy car so you won’t make a mistake, think of choosing a 1971-1976 Chevrolet Impala. This car is described as a traditional donk vehicle. Though, any full or mid-sized vehicle (preferably an American car) will work to transform into a Donk. If you need advice give us a call or send us an email. With that being said pick any car that matches your lifestyle, personality, and is in your budget. For example, a Chevrolet Caprice, Buick Regal, Monte Carlo, Dodge Charger, Chrysler 300c, Dodge Magnum, Ford Crown Vic, Lincoln LTD are all great choices.
How To Donk you car?
After Purchasing your car that you are going to Donk, there are important steps or changes you need to make first. If you are not a mechanic or have little experience working on car, you will need to find a mechanic. The first step would be raising your car with a Lift Kit. Purchase a Lift Kit and ask the mechanic to raise your car. Be sure to get every question you have answered before you buy your lift kit and install it.. During the process of picking out the parts you need consider economy, safety and handling of the vehicle.
Second, Find the biggest baddest wheels you can afford that will fit your Donk. You will have to look at numerous dimensions, just make sure that it fits you and your personality. You may want to add a four-wheel disc brake upgrade kit as well. It will increase the performance of your Donk and look better than having drums on the rear wheels. To add some visual to your brakes, buy some unique dust covers that make your rims stand out even more.
The last step to transforming your ride into a Donk is choosing the right candy paint job, and the best accessories. Besides the lift kit and dust covers you’re going to need a system and some felt covered swivel seats. A set of fuzzy dice for the rear view mirror is a nice touch too.
If you are building up your Donk and need some advice give us a call at 877-995-4382 or contact us through the website.