Mechanic and fabricator with a near lifetime of experience in fabrication and automotive garages. Focusing on safety and attention to detail, while working efficiently and organized.
Rookie and sophomore year, has placed 2nd in the NMRO points championship circuit and in 2009, winning the Open Class championship. Finishing in the top 5 at every event through 2009-2011 and, gaining quite a few television interviews and races, was able to become a favorite among the mud racing community with both fellow racers and fans.
Built and installed force feed lubrication systems for natural gas compressor engines and rotary vane compressors.
Traveled the country to install systems in running compressor/transmission stations. Traveled solo and with crews. Job included bending of s.s. tubing and required attention to detail.
Construct and weld high capacity transporters and trailers to blueprints assigned. Operated 20 ton overhead cranes, forklifts, manual machines, and painting equipment.
Performed preventative maintenance on commercial vehicles. Included: brakes, oil changes, tires, lights, clutches, state inspections.
Installed vehicle accessories including: stereos, lighting, aftermarket tires and wheels, body lifts, and suspension kits.
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