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Ultimate fabrication Suppliers thread

Give them up! Your favorite sources for supplies, be it welding, materials, tabs, gussets, mounts, etc etc.

I was recently turned-on to these guys. They look to have good prices and many different thing for cages, shock mounts, 4 link mounts etc etc.

http://www.aa-mfg.com/

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http://www.ballisticfabrication.com/

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I have used these guys quite a bit. They build alot of chevy stuff but have ford stuff and can make you pretty much whatever you want.

www.diy4x.com


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www.ruffstuffspecialties.com

there is a link there for you plug

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pics of that trac bar mount please

these guys have some cool stuff Xtreme Crawlers

uh oh DIY copied ruff stuff's bent disk conversion brackets... and added holes for clocking

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I want to convert my 4wd Superduty to 2wd. I can take apart a flashlight in under a minute. So im sure i can handle this
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These guys have good prices on the saddle type cage gussets:
http://www.tannerracing.com/

Look under chassis accessories for the gussets.

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i like this thread


i second the
diy4x and ruffstuff... had good luck with both of them

i have ordered from all of these bellow and had good experiences as well

lots o' goodies
http://www.greatlakeoffroad.com/index.html

got some nice tow shackle points here and these guys have the most heavy duty hinges
http://www.rockstomper.com/catalog/products.html


more tow points and some other stuff
http://www.harshterrain.com/parts/

good tools and benders here
http://www.vansantent.com/

sure everyone already knows these guys
https://www.spydercustoms.com/index2.php

and these guys too
http://www.bluetorchfab.com/

don't remember what i got here
http://www.completeoffroad.com/

these guys have never been anything but really good help & competitive pricing
http://www.ringpinion.com/

and everone needs wheeling shirts to wear when out and about
http://www.offcambercc.com/

bad experiences
for the record i am still mad at stazworks



while we are at it this has helped me imensley with tubing for any fab guys that are interested... prints up a wrap for your tubing to help you with notching
http://www.metalgeek.com/static/cope.pcgi

........springcreekoffroad.com........
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Can't forget the makers of the great Sky Shackle Flip.

http://www.sky-manufacturing.com/

...and Poly Performance

http://www.polyperformance.com/shop/home.php
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I've used a lot of stuff from Blue Torch Fab, Poly Performance, and Rubicon Express.
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I just found WFO concepts while looking for custom made axle shims.

http://www.wfoconcepts.com/
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http://copperheadfab.com/

and they just introduced a cool new gusset for 1.5-1.75 tube


........springcreekoffroad.com........
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When I was younger, the shop I was in had to have certified materials. Chromoly, bolts, everything had to be guaranteed. Not sure how their prices compare, but they always had the exotics we needed.
Don't look around too much though (I can see some one making kevlar/carbon fiber RA's ) :)

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And don't leave out good 'ol Autofab!!

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Intake tubing and Rubber elbos: http://www.Airflo.com

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and grainger are both good for the nuts and bolts stuff and gring wheels and saw blades
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awesome battery wire terminals for the DIY guys... it beats crimping or soldering the terminal directly... never have to buy another set... just modify/replace power cables as needed
http://www.premierpowerwelder.com/te...terminals.html


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