GROWING UP IN THE EARLY 2000S AROUND COUSINS WHO WERE IN THE MINI-TRUCK SCENE, IT WAS INEVITABLE THAT BRAD CREASMAN WOULD END UP IN THE SCENE, TOO.
In 2004, Brad purchased this ’97 Chevy S10 you see here from his stepdad. Brad and Jeremie Kilby immediately started getting it closer to the ground by C-notching the frame and adding a four-link in the rear with Slam Specialties’ RE8 bags. KYB shocks finish up the rear. On the front, they used Michigan Metal Works control arms with Little Shop Mfg. No-Toe kit. Slam Specialties’ RE7 bags and KYB shocks finish up the front suspension.
The entire frame is painted or powder-coated with stainless hardware used throughout. No frame is complete without a set of wheels that make you drool. Sixteen years later, Brad finally added the last piece of the frame in a set Billet Specialties’ SLG 35s in size of 22x8.5 on the front and 22x10 on the rear.
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