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Old 03-12-2008, 02:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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im looking for some fab shops in the north west. it would be nice if it were more then just a factory lift and 22's 4x4 shop. im looking for tube work and stuff like that
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Old 03-12-2008, 11:30 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Old 03-13-2008, 02:13 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Yeah, like Lewd posted, I do custom fab on pretty much everything. Internationals is my main focus only because I'm in a pretty big IH club. But, I have done damn near everything. Right now I'm putting a 350/700r4/Atlas into a 99 wrangler. Also adding 609 front and 60 rear, 7100 bilstiens, etc... My crappy little corner of the interweb www.tractractoroffroad.com

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Old 03-13-2008, 08:58 PM   #4 (permalink)
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im looking for some fab shops in the north west. it would be nice if it were more then just a factory lift and 22's 4x4 shop. im looking for tube work and stuff like that
Are you looking for tube work like this??

Or This???
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Dean at Bent Metal Customs 253-222-4890 in Puyallup WA. does a great tube work. He also narrows housings. I also have a small 4x4 shop, but am too busy for new projects. Currently in my garage is a buggy with Mog U-1000 axles, 4wheel steer, propane, coilovers, and 42"TSLs, and a mostly tube chassis Willys Wagon on 54" Boggers.
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im looking for some fab shops in the north west. it would be nice if it were more then just a factory lift and 22's 4x4 shop. im looking for tube work and stuff like that
Where in PNW? Ever heard of S&N Fab? Look around there are plenty of fab shops in the PNW.
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Pat at Those Guys Rods & Customs. Perfect work. Have you seen the jeepster he built that was on the front of crawl mag? If so that should answer your question.(360)373-7099
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A local guy in Salem called Revenge Fab does some great work if your looking for some tube work.
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There is extreme motorsports in Hillsboro OR. Does great work. He has done quite a few rigs for buddies and I. Pm me if you want his number.
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does anybody know of a good shop near Spokane Washington. i am also close to Post Falls and CD'A Idaho. thanks
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Old 04-01-2008, 01:17 PM   #12 (permalink)
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What are you looking to have done?

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Old 04-01-2008, 01:21 PM   #13 (permalink)
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I built my buggy and i had a built toyota truggy. In our shop with have a plasma cam and many more tools.
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Old 04-02-2008, 01:31 AM   #14 (permalink)
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right now i am doing a sas on a 95 yukon. so far i have done everything myself (except change the kingpins in the dana 60) i will post some pics soon. i am currently running an extentsion chord out to the shop. electricity comes next rear along with some cool tools (welder,compresser)but once i get it done i would like to have some rock rails and a rear bumper/spare tire carrier made. so far the only shop i know of high mountain 4x4 they specialize in gear swaps. I am just looking for a good fabrication shop or person with a shop with a good reputation.

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I like your buggy by the way. very nice!
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I built my buggy and i had a built toyota truggy. In our shop with have a plasma cam and many more tools.
Is your shop open to public for service or a personal shop? I live in Rathdrum and I just bought an 86 Runner for a crawler project and at this point I have no shop or tools yet. I have no fab experience but I will learn if it kills me and my bank account. I would like to stop by sometime and check out your buggy, it is the bomb!
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Old 04-04-2008, 07:31 AM   #17 (permalink)
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Its a personal shop but i bet we could find a time for ya to stop buy and check it out. All i have owned was toyota still i built my buggy and im still running a built toyota rear and toyota 44 hybrid and i just got the last connection for my toyota dana 60 hybrid im going to make!
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