New sliders installed by Don - They ROCK (1 Viewer)

Joined
Nov 26, 2007
Messages
205
Location
NorCal
 
 
Custom sliders installed by Don at FC Fabrication. Thought I would post some pictures as he does excellent work!
IMG_5088.jpg
IMG_5084.jpg
IMG_5085.jpg
 

Lil'John

SILVER Star
Joined
Mar 24, 2006
Messages
6,183
Location
Nor Cal in the garage with a Cruiser
 
 
Nice quality work as always from Don.:cheers:

You might try calling Don but he usually shy's away from "prefab" work and shipping;)

Here is the transfer skid he did for my FJ55:


The bolt hole tolerance is beyond exceptional on this. There is no slop in the bolt holes on the skid plate and they line up dead on to the captured nuts in the frame:eek:
 
Joined
Nov 26, 2007
Messages
205
Location
NorCal
 
 
T-Case mount pictures as requested

Don did the transfer case mount as well. Send me a PM if you need contact info. Ross
IMG_5097.JPG
IMG_5095.jpg
 
Joined
Nov 30, 2006
Messages
357
Location
Bay Area, Ca
 
 
I loved those sliders when I was in Georg and Don's shop over the summer. Don does great work and definitely gave me upgraditis...

Again what a superb rig Splash well done.
 
Joined
Nov 26, 2007
Messages
205
Location
NorCal
 
 
Is that spring going to bottom-out against the frame? :hmm:
Good question so I checked. I have run the Rubicon and Sierra Trek 5 times since installation and so far very little indication of impact but some. Does seem close and it is possible the springs are still settling and might even get worse. They are custom springs built by Alcan out of Colorado based on my measurements so I would guess my bad...
IMG_5100.JPG
IMG_5101.JPG
IMG_5102.JPG
 
Last edited:
Joined
Oct 31, 2003
Messages
5,009
Location
Meridian,TEXAS
 
 
 
Location....

Yeah...... I relocated the rears in the pic below for a cat........

The banging became quite annoying........
shop%20%288%29%20%28Custom%29.jpg
 
Joined
Feb 13, 2009
Messages
140
Location
Martinez, GA
Someone needs to go into business with Don: handle the business end with shipping and orders and such. With that level of quality, they'd sell themselves! Very nice....
 
Joined
May 3, 2003
Messages
119
Location
SLC, UT
 
Is that spring going to bottom-out against the frame? :hmm:
He is sprung over and that spring looks flat to me. I don't see a flat spring getting any longer, whether flexed up or down that thing will get shorter.

Your picture looks like you are sprung under so your spring will definitely get longer with up travel.

I think he has a good angle for the way he is setup.
 

Users Who Are Viewing This Thread (Users: 0, Guests: 1)

Top Bottom