4. Even some very simple hardware gets manufactured from scratch right before our eyes. This will slide into the lower control arm mounting location.
5. We watched one of our lower control arms get welded, media blasted (and later, powder coated), while we were at BMR. These guys truly are craftsman in what they do.
6. Here, one of the lower control arm (TCA029) mounts get welded together.
7. BMR even modifies the u-ring that holds the sway bar into place, using an off-the-shelf Energy Suspension component, welding on a grease nipple, additonal reinforcments for strength, and then powder coating it. On the right, you can see the different stages these undergo.