Rob Bonney has been fabricating cutting edge off-road parts and turnkey rigs for years. He has the skill that we lack to properly TIG weld to the cast steel of our GM kingpin Dana 60 front axle. This allows us to feel really confident in our Willys’ front three-link despite the big tires and tons of horsepower. Bonney used his computer-controlled plasma table to cut this 1⁄4-inch steel fill plate using a cardboard template we drew up to help tie the track-bar mount to the housing. Bonney can cut and mail brackets for almost any project you may have. All he needs is a good cardboard template of what you need. He can copy almost any template, but the final fit of the steel part (in pickled and rolled steel up to 1⁄2 inch and aluminum up to 3⁄8 inch) is only as good as your template.