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Sinister FabWorks

Article written by Troll

Date Added: 09/19/2010

A new custom build shop in the offroad industry is bringing some awesome talent to the table.

Sinister FabWorks, a new custom fabrication shop located in Michigan, is producing top notch bumpers, beadlock kits, and more for Jeeps.

Who is Sinister FabWorks?
The brains and brawn behind Sinister FabWorks is Jason MacAlonan, a fabricator and designer who has been working in the field for several years. Jason has experience in building everything from bumpers and sliders for Jeeps, to custom fabrication of monster trucks and hot rods. The core of Jason's business centers around fabrication work for the Jeep and offroad industry, with his own product line getting ready to find its way on the shelves and websites of major vendors throughout the United States.

The day-to-day operations at Sinister FabWorks includes custom fabrication of many parts for rigs, along with complete builds from the ground up. Many of these builds are not just your average daily driver types either. Some of the vehicles they are cranking out are running Dana 60?s with Hemi conversions and even Rockwell axles in some cases. Sinister produces top of the line rigs that are simply awesome in every respect.

What does this have to do with our MOABJEEPER Magazine, who focuses on daily drivers?
Our goal at MOABJEEPER has always been to inform our readers about innovative products while showing them in real world testing. Within the past year, Sinister FabWorks has begun designing and manufacturing their own sliders, bumpers, air compressor mounts, and beadlock kits. These new products are designed for everyday wheelers, as well as the type of high end rigs that Sinister cranks out at their shop.

Sinister FabWorks Products we are Currently Reviewing
Of the products under development and production currently at Sinister, we are reviewing their stubby front bumper with stinger. The build quality of the bumper is top notch in every respect, including the welds and the steel used in the fabrication, as well as the powder coated finish.

We also had Jason build a custom cage tie-in for the seats in the Troll's Hammer, which turned out to be an amazing fabrication project. Check out the build photos here to see the progress of this project as Jason worked his way through from start to finish.

Front Bumper with Stinger Sinister FabWorks' custom designed front bumper is a very beefy and heavy duty bumper with a solid DOM tube for the stinger. The bumper?s design lends itself well to heavy offroad use and it provides a great presentation to onlookers while on the road. Its construction is of solid 1/4" plate steel with a well built winch plate.
Look for additional articles and information about Sinister FabWorks in the near future here on our site, as we provide in-depth reviews of the products and creativity being cranked out at the Sinister shop.

Final Thoughts

It is not every day that we come across a new player in the offroad industry who has both the design and production skills to create a quality products that will stand up to the abuse we throw at them. We think we have found a formidable new company with Sinister FabWorks who will be around for a long time to come.

Sinister FabWorks
3201 West Thompson Road
Fenton, MI 48430
PH: 810-208-0008
Web: www.sinisterfabworks.com
E-mail: info@sinisterfabworks.com

Our Thank You's!

MoabJeeper Magazine would like to thank Sinister FabWorks for working with us on their new products and for their gracious hospitality during our visits to their shop and out on the trail with them.

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