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Owned and operated by Mike and Jesse Clark, in Escondido, CA.

From 2002-2006, and now again from 2017-

We are currently re-building our product line, as all of the jigs and designs of the old suspension kits were destroyed long ago. We really don't take on much custom work, unless it is to prototype a new product. We are working to get back up and running with our full product line, in full production, by the end of the year, but will have some parts available in limited quantities before then.

 

 

ESB Fabrications is a VERY small fabrication shop started in Escondido, CA by me, Mike Clark, around 2000/2002. The shop began as a means to build my own offroad truck, but my interest in design and engineering led me to make it my full time job for many years. We sold long travel front suspension, steering, and rear linkage suspension systems that I designed and built out of my parents garage, and later from a shop on Industrial Ave in Escondido, CA. Through the years we were heavily involved in racing the MDR series, and later the SCORE and SNORE series as well, with Dan Vance, Austin Farner, and Ryan Lewis, who also worked in the shop with me. In 2006 we had to close our doors when business slowed and we had a massive setback with a supplier. Although we all kept racing, and going to the desert for fun, the actual business was gone and no more parts were produced. However, in 2016, my younger brother, Jesse, was eager to try building some parts again, and it wasn't long until we were back to engineering parts but like never before, and prototyping several all new suspension systems, utilzing many new and unique ideas to create products that should prove another step forward in how offroad suspension parts are made and sold. Our goal is to use our racing experience, specifically with Toyota trucks, and our background in science and math, to offer parts that REALLY work. We don't cut corners, but were trying to offer these new parts with variable levels, while keeping them affordable and upgradable.

-Mike Clark