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Posted JeepinJunk on 16 October 2012 - 09:36 PM
Posted 63W on 23 July 2017 - 10:41 AM
Posted Rocktoy on 27 February 2014 - 04:57 PM
Posted Squirrel on 22 October 2016 - 05:39 AM
Posted Phantom 309 on 22 December 2015 - 12:40 PM
Axial R/C Inc. is extremely pleased to partner with Randy Slawson, Bomber Fabrication’s owner and two-time King of the Hammers rock racing champion! For this rig, we took everything we learned from building the industry’s first all plastic tube chassis rig and drew upon mountains of inspiration from enthusiasts to go next level! The Axial RR10™ Bomber is not just another plastic tube chassis Wraith update – it merely adds to our line of successful 2.2 rock racing vehicles. While visually this rig is a race replica of the Bomber Fab KOH rock racing rig, one of the unseen features is the front mounted battery tray under the hood making for easy access and weight right where you asked for it! This makes swapping the batteries in this rig a quick and easy process, especially for those enthusiasts participating in the ultra endurance series within Axialfest! The skid plate provides a centralized location for the electronics with clean wire routing and an RR10™ specific transfer case for optimal driveline efficiency. We’ve also included a full set of BFGoodrich® BAJA T/A® KR2 tires along with a spare in the back, wrapped around officially licensed Walker Evans Racing wheels. We’ve included a variety of shock mounting points for running dual shock setups and more suspension tuning options. For additional rear suspension tuning, you’ll find a sway bar mount connected to the cage, under the fuel cell (sway bar sold separately). Officially licensed aluminum King Shocks feature precision machined pistons which offer smooth performance throughout the range of travel. Standard features include durable front and rear WB8 HD Wildboar™ driveshafts, front and rear AR60 axles, a dual slipper clutch, Hi-Lo transmission with all metal internal gears, a 3-channel radio system, realistic scale details including molded driver figures, three pairs of helmets, molded shock reservoirs, a fuel cell, Bomber Fabrication body panels and graphics, and a fully licensed scale tube chassis.
Posted Tryan100 on 13 July 2017 - 05:50 AM
Posted Jenks on 11 April 2017 - 09:33 AM
Posted Bigby on 26 October 2016 - 01:55 PM
I think it would be an awesome reference. So let's see what you guys have?
Posted shale on 07 October 2013 - 06:41 PM
Posted Build it on 18 June 2013 - 03:53 PM
One of the projects we've been working on lately is a JK for Travis Thompson. A lot of you on here know Travis, but for those of you that don't here's a little background.
Travis has been wheeling with us for several years before getting out of the hobby for a while. His last ride was a nice lil' tubed out Sammi buggy. After a brief stint away from wheeling he decided he needed something he could wheel fairly hard, but also take the family in comfort. The answer came in an 07' Rubicon JK.
He did pretty well at the Turkey Run this year but didn't waste much time bringing it to our shop for a gradual makeover.
First up was a 4" RockCrawler lift and some 37" KM2's.....then it was on to the good stuff.
Out with the old.
Getting ready to go in with the new.
More to come later.
Posted Mrs. Build It on 14 May 2013 - 06:57 PM
Now, just five short years later and with the help of countless amazing customers, business is still growing at a whirlwind pace. Because of that, we are very excited to bring you the latest developments here at Build It Off Road!
As many of you know, besides operating Build It, Chad is the head technician at one of the major forklift dealers here in the valley. He loves the job and has formed many great friendships through it over the years but it's time to move on.
With the addition of several new builds on the books for this summer as well as the need to keep servicing our existing customers we are taking the next step....BUILD IT OFF ROAD IS GOING FULL TIME! As of June, our doors will be open five days a week!
With the new changes comes expansion! While I can't go into details quite yet, I will say that plans for a new shop are underway with hopes to be in our new location later this year. We will definitely keep you posted on the updates coming in the next few weeks!
Once again, on behalf of Chad and I, Thank You Very Much to everyone that has supported us and made this possible! We look forward to serving you in the future!
Posted BigDog on 27 June 2017 - 11:40 PM
Posted tom58c on 25 October 2016 - 06:45 PM
Posted kfinney on 13 November 2014 - 07:10 AM
Here comes the snow......and we'll be ready with our OFF-CAMBER.com winter beanies!
Colors are....Black, Stone, Light Pink, Athletic Oxford, Brown, Columbia Blue and Navy. The light colors will have black thread and the dark colors will have silver thread. One size fits all.
We're going to try to get this order in soon so post up Pronto! The use of Paypal is appreciated but arrangements can be made for other payment options. Don't be left in the cold....order yours today!
$15 per beanie
Sizes are Small/Medium and Large/XLarge just like the original black style. Dark colors will have Silver thread, light colors will have black thread.
Your very own Off-Camber Flex is only $22
Color Options for Flexfit Hats
Please post up your order in this thread. We will update it as needed and PM you with payment details.
Thank you so much for your support everyone, we couldn't do this without you! Hope to see you on the trails!
Posted Buc4x on 22 December 2016 - 11:50 AM
Posted R.DesJardin on 06 September 2016 - 06:06 AM
1967 Ford Bronco, D44 HP, 9", 429, C6, D20 rolling on 36's, this was my DD and wheeler at the time, drove it everywhere. My 2yr old son cried when we sold it.
Posted Simple'72CJ on 27 January 2015 - 10:48 PM
Here's my latest sketch I just finished up. While I haven't seen Jeepin Junk's rig in person, I know that jeep has logged plenty of trail miles and definitely has a history.
Hopefully this resembles his jeep lol
More random old stuff
Posted SHREK on 25 March 2014 - 04:24 PM