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2021-11-30T09:47:07-08:00November 30th, 2021|Uncategorized|

The Bulldog K50 Blazer was ranked #7 on the top 10 Trucks of the SEMA Show in Las Vegas this year! "Known for making some distinctive large Chevy trucks, Rtech Fabrications has done it again with this unique ’72 Blazer. It’s 12-valve Cummins powered and sits on top of a 14-bolt rearend and Dana 60

A Big, Beautiful K50 Brute Named ‘The Bulldog’

2021-02-03T11:15:51-08:00November 6th, 2019|News|

Looking over his current stable of big, rolling beasts, you’d find it hard to believe Ramiro Rodriguez’s passion for trucks all started with a scrappy little Dodge D-50. “Working in the ag industry, I was born and raised in trucks,’ explains Ramiro. His passion for hard-working haulers has gotten larger, much larger. Now, he’s fallen

The Ponderosa: Rtech Fabrications’ New Top Dog Chevy Dually

2021-02-03T11:24:11-08:00September 5th, 2019|News|

Building a show truck is serious business. The competition between builders is constantly ramped up in an effort to be hailed as the best. But what happens when the only worthy adversary out there is your own previous build? Randall Robertson, owner and operator of Rtech Fabrications in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, is faced with

This Vintage Chevy Is The Dually Pickup Truck Of Your Dreams

2021-02-03T11:24:57-08:00August 26th, 2019|News|

The market for old-school vehicle restorations is booming, and with everything from bespoke Land Rovers, Broncos, and muscle cars making their timely reemergence, one Idaho-based company has decided to offer something even more unique. Enter Rtech Fabrications — a small team of automotive aficionados from Coeur d’Alene — and their rambunctious 1966 Chevy Ponderosa... Read

All Hail The Duke: A Cummins-Powered K50 Built For A King

2021-02-03T11:25:07-08:00December 26th, 2017|News|

Randall Robertson has his best ideas between 2 and 2:30 a.m. A vision comes to his mind, waking him up to jot down some notes, and within 20 minutes, the complete design for his next build is laid out on paper. This unconventional, yet effective, process was the spark that set off the fire


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