Fabtech automotive parts are available to you in Sugarland, TX at All Out Offroad! Find all the Fabtech accessories you need including Axle Spindle, Axle U-Bolt, Coil Over Shock Absorber, Coil Sugarland Set, Control Arm, Control Arm Bushing Kit, Leaf Sugarland, Lift Kit-Suspension Component, Lift Kit-Suspension w/Shock, Multi Shock Kit, Remote Reservoir Mount Kit, Shock Absorber, Steering Damper Kit, Suspension Block, Suspension Control Arm Bumper, and much more!
Established in 1989, Fabtech started as a small custom fabrication shop specializing in building suspensions for Prerunners and Race Trucks. Fabtech has since grown into a world class manufacturer of Suspension Systems and accessories for the offroad enthusiast. Fabtech operates a 200,000 sq. ft facility in Chino, California performing all phases of R&D and Manufacturing in house. Suspension designs are created internally and hand crafted by Fabtech's team of Race Shop fabricators and engineers for proper functionality and performance. State of the art CNC Lasers, Mills, Lathes and Welders construct each component for exceptional quality control and superior strength. Unique designs, extensive testing and superior strength is why Fabtech builds the finest 2 & 4 Wheel Drive Suspension Systems on the market today.
Chance Kamp started All Out Offroad back in 1991 as one small store in a tiny building with a single service bay and one tinting area. Soon after that, Gino Mindicta and Luke Richard joined the team and it’s been a wild ride ever since! Now we have three stores with state of the art facilities and a team that loves completely restoring and rebuilding older vintage models or highly accessorizing newer cars, trucks, jeeps, UTV’S or SUV'S.
Their skills with lift and lowering kits, tires, performance boosters, hitches, bed covers, window tint, audio, alarms, maintenance and more were put to the test on the hit CMT show “Trick My What?!” starring John Schneider and the team from the Richmond location’s “Lonestar Speed Shop.” More than fancy bells and whistles, amazing machines like the “Dragon of Steel” or the “Futuristic Steam Engine” made it possible for hardworking Americans to get their jobs done spreading asphalt, logging, or planting crops. The heart of the show was finding out about the amazing things real folks do to earn a living and fixing up the unusual equipment they need to get those jobs done.
All Out has also been featured numerous times over the years in magazines such as "TRUCKIN", "4 WHEELER" and "STREET TRUCKS".
In 2008 we built a custom "ONE OF A KIND" Hummer H1 that was featured at the SEMA show in Las Vegas. The Hummer also graced the cover of "TRUCKIN" magazine and was voted by "MSN" as one of the best vehicles of SEMA. We have featured our vehicles and won awards at shows all around Texas, from "Texas Heat Wave", "Texas Show Down", "Houston Auto Rama", "4 Wheel Jamboree", "Coffee and Cars Houston", "Summer Jam Custom Car Show" and many many more.