Here we're surface grinding the SRAM XX1 crank spindle spacer, bringing the the best drive train technology to the 100mm fatbike standard
Using the best ANVIL Supermaster frame jig, we can fixture our frame components exactly to our Solidworks CAD model.
Fatbike "Dinner" Fork
Nothing available? We'll make our own. Using Maverick stanchions, we designed and fabricated beefy upper and lower crowns, a titanium steer tube and even mounted Adaptrac gauges right on top. Its ALIVE! Well... maybe not alive but we created something with a hunger for trails meet The Dinner Fork.
XX1 to 100mm !!
Until the manufacturers take notice of the fatbike market, we have to make our own. In this case, lengthening the XX1 spindle to accept the 100mm bottom bracket standard.
Turning a custom 1.5" headtube
All our frame components are machined in-house, adding flexibility to our design choices.
Removing the Maverick welds
135mm wide front suspension fork. We had to cut the Maverick DUC32 in half and use the stanchions for our new fork. Boy does it work well !!
Building The Zeppelin