Watch on YouTube TV

The Lifted Life

Watch live TV from 85+ networks
Free unlimited cloud DVR storage space
6 accounts per household included
$64.99/month.
Cancel anytime.
Steve Hill understands the passion that motivates four-wheel-drive truck lovers to spend upward of $100,000 on customizations. Tricking out dream rides has been Hill's job for almost four decades, and now the founder and president of Five R Trucks in Golden, Colo., opens his doors to present "The Lifted Life." Hourlong episodes document the process -- from request and rendering to reveal -- by which Steve's sons, his 85-year-old father and the shop's crew spruce up suspensions, engines and transmissions, swap wheels, tires and brakes, and accessorize lighting, bumpers and interiors.

Latest episodes

aired 321 days ago
5R Trucks builds a stunning Silverado chase truck for the PTSD Foundation cross-country awareness ride. The annual Truck Fest extravaganza brings racers and builders to the famed Bandimere Speedway for quarter mile runs and lifted truck bragging.
aired 326 days ago
With a new 18-wheeler on order Steve heads to Escobedo, Mexico, and the Navistar International factory for an exclusive look at the high-tech assembly line that transforms a bare frame into aroad-going diesel powered big rig.
aired 335 days ago
Radio deejay Jamie White wants a Jeep as wild as her morning show personality. When Jake and TJ join her for on-air discussion the challenge is on and the 5R crew aim to transform her tame JK Rubicon into a Rocky Mountain rock crawling monster.
aired 342 days ago
With his new Fontaine-built high-tech aluminum trailer in tow, Steve races across the American heartland in his trusted old Kenworth to secure the custom components that will make his new International Lonestar the envy of the 18-wheeler community.
aired 342 days ago
The SEMA Show 2018 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
aired 408 days ago
Five R Trucks partners up with Lund International, which requests a new F-150 build to be dropped into an already busy SEMA crunch schedule; the crew races to finish builds before the Five-R haulers leave for the SEMA Show in Las Vegas.
aired 415 days ago
A vintage 1970s Ford F-250 Highboy gets the Five R Trucks frame-off resto-mod treatment for restaurant owners, the Torres family.
aired 415 days ago
A vintage seventies Ford F-250 Highboy gets the 5R frame-off resto-mod treatment for restaurant owner Roberto Torres. After four decades as the family ranch truck the 4x4 goes twenty-first century with a Skyjacker lift and FiTech fuel injection.
aired 429 days ago
Work and play collide when a 5R client wants a mammoth F-450 Power Stroke diesel for weekday heavy hauling and weekend family camping. Steve tours a rare Ford car collection and trades a lean and mean 5R Raptor for a choice blue oval ride.
aired 443 days ago
The 5R crew haul their best builds to the Las Vegas SEMA show where daring design and extravagant builds push the boundaries of innovation. At the Denver Sportsmen's Expo a customized 2018 F-350 is revealed to local construction contractor Rick Low.

Similar on YouTube TV

Various networks
Buying diesel trucks headed for the scrap heap and giving them new leases on life has turned into big business for the Diesel Brothers. Led by Heavy D and Diesel Dave, the crew works hard and plays harder as they trick out the trucks for use in elaborate pranks and stunts, all of which becomes a marketing tool on social media. Millions of hits later the company is known as the destination for diesel lovers who are looking for custom builds, crazy stunts, pranks and hilarious antics.
Various networks
A recognized leader in the car customization business for more than two decades, Will Castro Designs, is always bustling with big-time clients looking to drive off in one-of-a-kind vehicles. In each episode of this series, filmed at the company's Long Island, N.Y., shop, owner Will Castro and his crew deliver the goods to a different sports or entertainment celebrity, a clientele that includes LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony, CC Sabathia, Donald Trump, 50 Cent, and Pamela Anderson. Cameras capture the process, from design and tear down to the build and reveal of four-wheeled works of art.
Various networks
An interest in Hot Wheels, Legos and drawing led Dave Kindig to a career as a custom-car maker. From concept design to finished product, Kindig and the specialists at his 27,000-square-foot shop in Salt Lake City exhibit their process of building/restoring vehicles in "Bitchin' Rides." In each episode, Dave meets a client, reviews a car, creates a design, then the team tears down, remakes and reveals to the owner a unique masterpiece. Featured projects include a '33 Ford Tudor, an Audi R8 Spyder, a '69 Camaro, and a '39 GM Parade of Progress Futurliner, a million dollar restoration that took a year to complete.
Various networks
Located on the outskirts of Las Vegas, Steve Darnell and his band of oddballs and misfits create one-of-a-kind, Mad Max-style rat rods. With the demands of their quirky customers, the team at Welder Up strips and rebuilds vehicles from hidden treasure. In each episode, the automotive fabricators use their imaginations and creativity to create a unique vehicle for each unique owner. With details ranging from a shotgun gearshift to horseshoe gas pedals, the crew transforms discarded treasure and performance parts into bizarre, eccentric and truly one-of-a-kind rolling works of art.
Various networks
Imagine passionate NFL fans getting to meet their favorite players, thereby potentially satisfying a bucket list item. On "Tackle My Ride," however, the surprises keep coming. Co-hosted by former Pro Bowl linebacker LaMarr Woodley and master car builder James Torrez, the reality series highlights the efforts of top NFL stars along with their teams to help deserving, loyal fans get their everyday vehicle customized into a sweet, team-inspired dream ride. Says Super Bowl champion and TV personality Michael Strahan, who is a co-executive producer: "Through the lens of custom car restoration, the series highlights individual stories of loyal fans-in-need while giving viewers inside access to some of their favorite football stars."
Various networks
Jimmy de Ville, Ant Partridge and Helen Stanley attempt to revive the classic British engineering company Goblin Works by overseeing unique "resto-mod" car and motorcycle builds. Combining their divergent skills, the craftspeople -- who also serve as series' hosts -- revive some of the world's best known cars and bikes by adhering to wacky, daring designs. The trio tackle each complicated project with an eye on expanding a new British business and brand, and the results are a unique collection built from a pure passion for engineering, speed, custom design and individuality.
Various networks
Rick Dore loves to bring automotive relics back to life, but first he has to convince car collectors to part with prized inventory. Dore, an award-winning custom car builder known for a radical sense of style, fearless use of color and cutting-edge design, is joined by an unlikely partner -- former pro wrestling superstar Chuck Palumbo, a longtime hot-rod purist who retired from the WWE in 2008 to pursue his passion for motorcycles and muscle cars. Together, they find car hoarders and offer to rebuild one dream roadster from the enthusiasts' overcrowded collections, while the hoarders cover the costs of the remakes by selling Dore and Palumbo other cars and car parts from their massive stockpiles.
Various networks
It takes a lot of nuts and bolts, so to speak, to challenge Richard Rawlings and his crew at Dallas hot rod shop Gas Monkey Garage. But that's what mechanics Tom Smith and Jordan Butler are fixin' to do by opening a rival shop with fellow car pros Thomas Weeks and Scot McMillan. The venture, Fired Up Garage, is their chance to go toe-to-toe with powerful Gas Monkey -- featured in Discovery's hit series "Fast N' Loud" -- and prove that they have what it takes to run a car business. Smith and Butler have extra motivation, too: They worked at Gas Monkey before a series of mishaps forced Rawlings to fire them.
Various networks
Master metal fabricator Joe Martin showcased his motorcycle-building skills by winning a world championship on Discovery's 2004 "Biker Build-Off" competition. Now, on Velocity's "Iron Resurrection," Martin takes on projects mounted on two and four wheels at his custom shop near Austin, Texas. Joe's wife, Amanda, and his best friend, Jayson "Shag" Arrington, scour the Texas countryside for busted bikes and rusted roadsters, then Joe and his crew work metal magic to turn the unpolished gems into shiny, hot rod reality. In the end Shag negotiates with a buyer to get the highest price for the Martin Bros Custom creation.
Various networks
Auto customizer Ryan Friedlinghaus takes an unorthodox approach when it comes to managing his family of artisans and technicians at West Coast Customs. But time and again the shop's famed design team comes up with a car build that has street edge and craftsmanship. This series takes viewers inside WCC to see how ordinary vehicles are transformed into one-of-a-kind rides, including candid looks at the logistics, mechanics and decisions behind the transformations. With visionary CEO Freidlinghuas at the helm, WCC has become a pop culture phenomenon servicing celebrity clientele such as Mark Wahlberg, Justin Bieber, will.i.am, Michelle Wie and Blake Griffin.