Chromoly

ETS Drift Ute – 3 years in 100 Photos

I had a request the other day to be a part of a book, the book was on modified cars, they wanted three photos and a short story on the car, 3 photos I thought………. That should be easy...

KTM Update

October was a pretty wild month, after my trip up the east coast of Australia I am starting to find my routine again. Last weekend I took the little TS185 2 stroke Chopper up to Kustom Kommune for the...

ETS Moto Build – Re Energized

It’s been a while since I have updated this build, to tell you the truth I almost gave up on it all together. Before I left for America I hit a roadblock, the lower frame rails I had made up jus...

Moto Build – Framed

Whats my ideal situation?…………. Its basically a motor that produces good power, a sequential gearbox, a neat wiring loom, some really nice rims with race rubber and a vision to ...

ETS Drift Ute – Coated Arms

It was my last visit to Colour Tech Powder Coaters today and I think the guys were happy to see me walk away with the last pieces to be coated, the arms. Im more than happy how they turned out and I a...

ETS Drift Ute – A day in the life

Any day where i get to spend the majority of it in the shed is a good day, i had a bit of clean up of the workshop and then got to work. I had planned to spend most of the day welding, the rear cradle...

ETS Drift Ute – The weekly wrap!

You may have noticed that lately i mostly do a weekly update on the hilux build, i don’t really plan it this way it just seems to happen. All week i rush around and do as much as i can in the li...

ETS Drift Ute – Lungs of Chromoly

Oh man, its been a big week! Late nights and early mornings seem to just be the normal for me now, its another full time job on top of my other full time job, heres the run down on whats been going on...

ETS Drift Ute – Roses are red

Thanks to Paul from VPW for helping me select these QA1 rose joints, i needed a stack of them to build the front LCA arms, rear multilink and swaybar connectors. Ive built new front LCA arms using 3/4...