Thread: Ghetto Master
04-10-2009, 08:27 PM #1
Here it is folks. The part of the year. Crailo Motors cranks out another hot ticket item. We call it the Ghetto Master. I'm not sure if Jerry would be interested in selling it in the online store or not, but there's plenty room for a commission since I own a factory in China (and a yacht, a personal jet, a Bentley, an insurance company, a hardware store, and many other places according to Jack's sons).
The cart started it's life as a 1000 LB rated moving dolly from Harbor Freight ($16.99). We then proceeded with a couple 2 x 4's, $8 worth of hardware, and some scrap metal. Now here's the best part..The scrap metal is actually disassembled McDonald's benches. Jacrae's welding skills and McDonald's benches were donated to the cause and we came out of the whole project with only $35 invested. The bunks are as long and as wide as regular trailer bunks. We tested the cart with a ski on it, and me sitting on the ski. Probably around an 800 lb total test weight. The final steps are carpeting the bunks and bringing in a couple of Jacrae's girlfriends to weight test the cart. Three of them should be enough since they run about 350-400+ each.
And for all of those who don't know, Jacrae's screenname is due for a change. It stands for Jack and Rachel, but Rachel is no longer in the picture if you know what I mean. Jack will hopefully soon be contacting the admin. and changing his name to something he came up with on the spot: Chubby Chaser 1.
Here are the pics of the project. Don't hate, congratulate.
I think it's only proper in this situation to say "I'M LOVIN' IT"
Keep your eyes peeled for the pre-order list. You wouldn't want to miss out on the initial production run.
We are also trying to push up the time-table on production for our BF Goodrich Intercooler Mounts for GPRXP conversions.
04-10-2009, 08:29 PM #2
A couple more pics. 1 includes our Trademark Product Emblem.
04-10-2009, 08:34 PM #3
Holy crap... thats a really narrow wheel base... With the way I was crawling all over mine installing mods... it would have been on the floor with that wheel base They would be great for storage though!!!
04-10-2009, 09:42 PM #4
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04-10-2009, 10:15 PM #7
I think Jr's screen name should now be the Fizz Master.
04-13-2009, 09:06 PM #8
Well, our customers were complaining about the narrow wheel base so we went and added 10 inches. Our company motto is: Our customers talk, we listen!
So we took a rollaway bed that was going to the junk yard. The coils broke from one of Jack's women laying on it, but the wheels were in mint condition.
And Jack wanted me to post a picture of him with two of his past girlfriends. Isn't it nice that they all get along?
Oh and there's 1 pic of the material that just came in for all of our BF Goodrich GPRXP IC mounts that people have ordered.
And here's the finished product!
04-13-2009, 09:30 PM #9
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