The brake pedal solutions we offer are more than just killer looks. Offering multiple ratios and the ability to actually tune in your brake pressure can solve many of the problems racers face today with manual brakes.
BFR pedal assemblies. We have a variety of pedal assemblies that are built by hand to spec with multiple ratios available. If you have a unique situation, I’d be happy to help you come up with a solution.
With the CH2 chassis, when you get the suspension brackets they create the foundation of the radiator mount for the Cherokee jeepspeed radiators. Add the 3D printed TPU bungs and top plate and your mounted up.
This could be interesting… I’ve been kinda torn to even show this, but who knows, might release it as a stand alone product at some point to build a universal subframe. #wemakecoolkids #BFR ... See MoreSee Less
6 years ago, I stated that it was possible to build a SXS based racer that would give the top Ultra4 cars a run for their money with half the budget. Imagine what could be possible if someone decided to take that statement serious.
Definitely interested! Is there a option to order the tube kit, and have access to the cad file for personal development? I have a fiber laser(plate/sheet) and plan on using some oem production parts for budget options that I’d like to have effortless ability to rework brackets for in a good model
Dual brake pedal assemblies now available in 8:1 reverse swing. If you have your hands full, a dual pedal is a killer setup wether your a Rock crawlers doing digs, or a drifter, or a short tracker setting up for corners.
As we build our lineup of pedal assemblies, lots of options can be tailored specifically to your projects needs.
Contact Tim@BentFabrications.com with information about what your project needs and I’ll put a custom solution together for you.
One of the last hand built Grunt chassis wrapping up to leave the shop. It marks a milestone of completing the transition from building by hand to fully CNC built designs as a company.
A little custom interior work with an angled dash console with iPad mount and removable top to accommodate access to the distributor on the old first gen small block Chevy. Chassis has suicide doors for “old man” access and is a simple rig built around the old SBC/TH350/D300 combo with Toyota axles and 36” tires with 14” front and 16” rear ORIs to keep it smooth.
It’s a great example that it doesn’t take going all out with a crazy budget to put something together that is plenty effective to go run some trails and have a ton of fun. ... See MoreSee Less
Which suspension package would you choose for your CH2?
We have several different suspension options that have matching upper brackets for the chassis to make setting your new Rock Rod up to perform easier than ever. Single shock on the axle, single shock on the trailing arm, add bypasses to the trailing arm, standard style trailing arms with shocks below center lines, flat bottom trailing arms, and even high clearance trailing arms.
got a new build on your mind? Let’s discuss what might be right for you.
Playing with my @everlastwelders water cooled Power I-MIG 353DPI today! This thing is wild to weld with. You set your amps like a TIG machine, once it’s meting like butter, you can change the profile of the bead with the twist of a knob. It’s not like a normal MIG machine at all.
This is a front portal housing, the perfect compliment to a CH2 chassis kit!