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Cts6867 05-07-2013 07:18 AM

New shop coming to the Montgomery area
I am opening a shop just north of Montgomery in Prattville. This shop is my starting point (You know the saying "We all have to start somewhere"?). I have been collecting tools (milling machine, lathe, MIG, TIG, grinders, Oxy/Acetylene, plasma cutter, etc..) for years in preparation of opening a motorcycle/off road fab shop. I am finally in a position to make my dream become a reality.

My long term goal is to have my hobby become my livelihood. I have a day job to support my family over the coming years while this grows.

I will be working on bikes, cars and 4x4s as well as building bumpers, sliders, tube fenders, handlebars, forward controls and anything else I can learn along the way.

I am by no means a professional fabricator but that is why I won't have to charge the professional fabricator prices. I will be charging enough to cover my overhead and use the rest to invest into the shop tools.

I have already purchased the Bend-tech Pro software and will be ordering my bender this week. I NEED PROJECTS.

I am in a plain building on N. Memorial Dr in Prattville, AL and will be opening over the next couple weeks.

Hope to meet many fellow Jeepers soon.


timberwolf1972 05-29-2013 08:22 PM

What's your exact address. I live in Prattville and want to add bumpers and Rock sliders. You could give me a estimate.

Cts6867 05-29-2013 08:40 PM

945 N. Memorial Dr. It's a plain building. I am still setting up but would love to get together with someone that is local and we could talk about what you are looking for. PM me and we can setup a time to get together.

JKChris09 05-30-2013 10:16 AM

Congrats on the new shop, and good luck! if I need anything in the future, I'll keep you in mind. :cheers2:

Quadrcr161 06-28-2013 01:02 PM

New (used) rubicon owner that works in Prattville, if there ever a meet up let me know. Been here for 7 years and still dont know anyone.

Zooshoveller 06-29-2013 06:54 AM

Can you powder coat large items?

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