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Thread: Bigger shop to better serve our customers

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    Default Bigger shop to better serve our customers

    Lost Offroad Fab(now Lost Industries) has moved to a bigger and better shop at 83rd ave and northern. we offer a full line of in house machined parts from dana 44 hi steer arms and dana 60 steering arms(king pin and superduty 60 styles) to tj and jk sleeve and gusset kits. we machine our sleeves right here in town and are the thickest on the market(.250). the gussets are waterjetted from 5/8" steel and work on tj and jk C's. we are a full service metal fabrication and machine shop. we can handle any job big or small. we are a dealer for most brands on the market and if 4wheelparts has it on there website i can get it for a better price for you.
    Lost Industries
    Chris (Go Fast) Kredit - 602-616-5086
    Excellence Through Design
    Full Service Fab, Machining, and Mobile Welding

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    Awesome news!

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    Good to know.
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    very cool Chris. I'm hoping to do somethings in prep for the rubicon like skid plates and welding the rear. I probably wont be ready till early next year, but you're shop is definitly the place I'll go.

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    As always anyone is more than welcome to come by and hang out.
    Lost Industries
    Chris (Go Fast) Kredit - 602-616-5086
    Excellence Through Design
    Full Service Fab, Machining, and Mobile Welding

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    Awesome Chris. I still need to pull everything off my D60 and have you weld the aluminum. LOL
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