The Jeep in the lead photo belongs to my friend Joe and I’ve actually only made a few parts for it but I liked the picture. On this page you can take a look at all the neat 4×4 stuff we’ve made. Or visit the action page to see rigs we’ve built and others wheelin’.
A diamond plate valve cover for the Vortec 383 in my Jeep.
I made myself custom headers.
All the tubes are equal length, which gives the best tuning for making power.
Header installed in frame.
See that top link in the rear suspension?
The raw materials for making an air spring
The parts of the air spring prior to assembly
A complete air spring
Air spring installed
Air spring at ride height
Front suspension drooping with new air spring
My Jeep has a hyraulic winch in the rear beacause I use it to skid logs
We do parts for vehicles as well as complete builds. In the following photos we modified the frame from a Suburban to fit a pickup, and used a 383 from a Z-28 Camaro to make the black Chevy truck.
We modified this bumper substantially because it was not intended for this type of truck.
We used a 383 Chevy which had previously been in the owners Z-28
We modified a Suburban frame for a pick-up.
If unpowered rigs are what you are into we can do that too. If they ever make a show called “Pimp my Radio Flyer” we will be sure to be stars. And with the the plethora of reality shows it wouldn’t suprise me if they do.
If your kids wagon needs coilovers and a cage you know where to turn
Need a seriously strong bumper on your ride? Yeah, we can do that, too!