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Paypal has recently changed their refund policy. As you probably know all credit card processors charge merchants a percentage for each transaction. For StinkyFab Racing PayPal has been that processor for many years. In the past when a refund was issued PayPal also refunded their fee percentage as well. Recently PayPal has changed their policy and decided that they will no longer refund their fees. This means that if a customer purchases a product then returns it, and the retailer issues a full refund to the customer they are actually refunding more than they received. For example if a customer...

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There are a lot of companies making Jeep motor mounts these days, and several making engine brackets and transmission mounts as well. We like to think that we build the best of both, and we feel we can back that statement up. They may seem like simple parts, but there are a lot of little details that go into building heavy duty drivetrain mounts that will stand the test of time, absorb as much vibration as possible, and not break the bank either. So what makes ours better? Motor Mounts We'll start with our motor mounts. The first thing is...

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Here's another new product we've been working on for a long time. The inverted-T steering system is a very common design, sold by many companies including SFR. The only drawback to this design is that if you have significant drag link angle turning the wheel tends to push and pull in a vertical direction on the tie rod and roll it back and forth. This causes a dead spot and loose feeling steering. With our Premium 1-ton kits we mostly mitigated this issue by choosing high quality MOOG tie rod ends that are both limited in rotation, and that also...

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People have been asking us to build a heavy duty crossmember to go with our long arm kits and now we have one. This can be used on its own on any XJ or MJ, or in conjunction with our long arm brackets. It's built from laser cut and cnc formed 3/16" thick steel, bolts into all existing locations, and gains nearly an inch of ground clearance over the stock sheetmetal crossmember. We plan to be shipping by the end of May 2018, check out the product page for more details HERE      

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This is the story of our shop truck, which we call the Lab Rat. The reason for that is simple enough, not only is it a work vehicle, used for parts runs and local deliveries, but it's also a test vehicle for new product development. We've got a lot of plans for it, but those plans will likely change with time as we develop new parts and get new ideas.  This is just the start. A well worn 2wd 4.0l 1989 Jeep Comanche pickup. Certainly not much of a looker, but it's rust free and reasonably straight. 

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