FABTECH FLAGSHIP: BATTLESHIP JEEP – Driving Line

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As a high-profile business in the off-road aftermarket, it is important to walk the walk that you are talking about. Fancy parts on display and gorgeous show vehicles aren’t enough, especially when the parts you’re slinging are top-quality suspension parts. Here’s where a flagship vehicle is needed. Read More…

Written For: Driving Line
Written By: Jake Headlee
Photography/Video By: Jake Headlee
Published: Online 07/28/2017

FABTECH MOTORSPORTS’ OFF-ROAD-READY RAM 2500

003-fabtech-ram-2500-front-3quarterFullsize trucks usually don’t take center stage when it comes to off-road. Typically, the big trucks are relegated to towing duties — a mere tool to get the job done. They pull the trailer that has the show rig, race car or off-road beast to the event and then sit in waiting until it is needed again. It doesn’t have to be that way, however. Read More…

Written For: Driving Line
Written By: Jake Headlee
Photography/Video By: Jake Headlee
Published: Online 07/18/2017

LEAF SPRINGS 101: TALKING WITH DEAVER SUSPENSION – DirtSports+Off-Road

leaf-spring-theory-leadLeaf springs are one of the oldest forms of suspension. For hundreds of years, leaf springs have been used on automobiles, carriages, trailers, and so much more—and they’re still in use today. On the surface, leaf springs appear to be extremely simple. Compared to many other suspension designs, the flat pieces of steel fixed on one end and a pivoting shackle on the other are straight forward and simple. However, leaf springs are much more complex than what meets the eye. Read More…

Written For: DirtSports+OffRoad
Written By: Jake Headlee
Photography/Video By: Jake Headlee
Published: Online 05/23/2017 – Print September issue 2017