Thread: Any recommendations for good AZ custom bumper shops?

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    Default Any recommendations for good AZ custom bumper shops?

    Hey yall,

    Id greatly appreciate any references from you to a good AZ WELDING or off-road shop that could fix me up some kind of a strong rear bumper with a swing out tire rack and storage box for a portable generator.

    Thx
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    Quote Originally Posted by gbail View Post
    Hey yall,

    Id greatly appreciate any references from you to a good AZ WELDING or off-road shop that could fix me up some kind of a strong rear bumper with a swing out tire rack and storage box for a portable generator.

    Thx
    Might try lambfab in Gilbert AZ. He has been featured several times a few magazines and my dad wheels with him all the time out there. He built just about every rack on my dad's Rubicon

    http://www.lambfab.com

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    Default Any recommendations for good AZ custom bumper shops?

    Willis Fab.. think hes in whitman.. he does killer work!
    if you want his number let me know.

    blahhhhhhh

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    Rob Bonney (rube bonet on this forum) would be another one who does amazing work. I designed an adapter that he built. Also bought a custom transmission fluid pan that he modded. Excellent fab skills and reasonably priced.
    Here is his facebook page:
    https://www.facebook.com/Rob-Bonney-...764429/?ref=hl

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    Another good option is Paul at Bent Fab. bentfabaz.com. Does a lot for the rockcrawling community but a lot for us more expedition/exploring types. He's in north Phoenix just off the 17 at Deer Valley Rd.

    Todd Z.

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    OK, that nails it!
    I'm moving to Arizona...
    There are more top quality fabricators per capita here than any where else I know (no disrespect intended to the other 49 states)!
    These guys are just a few of the many quality builders in Arizona.
    Must be the beer...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Comanche Scott View Post
    OK, that nails it!
    I'm moving to Arizona...
    There are more top quality fabricators per capita here than any where else I know (no disrespect intended to the other 49 states)!
    These guys are just a few of the many quality builders in Arizona.
    Must be the beer...
    Mostly the terrain. All wheeling in AZ is free to the public and they sport some of the most gnarly trails in the US. Just the florence area alone has over a months worth of trails if you are equipped to do them all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Comanche Scott View Post
    OK, that nails it!
    I'm moving to Arizona...
    There are more top quality fabricators per capita here than any where else I know (no disrespect intended to the other 49 states)!
    These guys are just a few of the many quality builders in Arizona.
    Must be the beer...
    Outside of southern CA, we are blessed with probably the largest number of fab companies in the U.S. Lots of off road racers based here plus an ever-exploding four wheeling/off road/UTV population keeps a lot of places busy. "Back in the day", many of us 'knew everyone' in the off road world in the area but that era is long gone now.

    Todd Z.

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    Another option Randy Ellis Design...

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