i got all my stuff from cutten customs. they do bad ass work and a ton of custom stuff. im talkin everything from slamming it and shavin stuff to straight axle coversions with 20 inch lifts. as far as mudding i just tend to go down something that seems to be a trail and see what happens
no web site sorry. im not sure where you live but say your on 1960 underneath 45. well if you keep headin down 1960 for a while Cutten Road will be on your left. turn down that street and the shop will be on the left. if you tell me where you live i might be able to tell you faster directions but the is the simplest way
As far as shops in Houston go ... down south, like has been mentioned, you have B&C Off Road http://www.bncoffroad.com, The Shop http://www.offroadshop.com, and a new place called CRV Off Road http://www.crvoffroad.com.
In town you have your choice of, I think now, three 4 wheel parts locations.
I know of one good place to go offroading in the houston area. It has about 2 names, hummer field and the beach. It is in old town springs. if you want more info on how to get there, just PM me. cutton customs is pretty good ive heard. Its near willowbrook mall. Another place it Texas off-road unlimited. They may not be the cheapest place in the world, but they do good quality work and dont screw you aruond. while you wait, you can check out there bigfoot. the owner of the store is also the owner of King Crunch, oh ya, totally cool. I can give anyone detail instructions on how to get to any of those places. just IM me.
haha, i had yet to see this post. On a side note, the best place i have seen for mudding was a strip on the side of the highway between 610 and the feeder where they were doing some construction. If any of these people are still here and would be willing to pm me places, please do so.
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