Our Billet Aluminum Geared Hub Heat Sinks set (4) replaces the stock access cover plate of your geared hubs. Machined out of a solid piece of 1 Billet Aluminum, these heat sinks will cool the Geared Hub Oil, extending the life of the oil and bearings inside the Hub. A huge advantage when under heavy loads, towing or high performance applications. Available in your choice of anodized blue or black drain plugs. Custom power coating available upon request.Read more
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This conversion is almost done. 6.6 Duramax and 6 Speed Allison Transmission paired up perfectly. Exhaust piping complete. 2WD/4WD/ALL WD selectable transfer-case upgrade ready to rock and roll. Few more things to wire and the body will get dropped down. Soon this vehicle will head to the testing phase. Almost there.Read more
All new Predator Gear coming your way! These Polo’s are top of the line. Featuring custom embroidery with the Official Predator Seal. Male and Female shirts will be available. COMING SOON!Read more
Predator is very excited about our BRAND NEW HAAS CNC machine. It arrived just last week and we are cranking out parts now. We decided to upgrade the CNC Mill to this new HAAS mill for several reasons. The HAAS CNC is American made just up the street from us, quick customer service including repairs if necessary, faster production times, and best of all has a much improved accuracy over our old mill. Quality keeps getting better and better! Now back to cutting more metal.
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Every year on November 11, we as Americans take the time to recognize the heroes among us. They are the veterans of the United States Military. “Heroes are made by the paths they choose, not the powers they are graced with” – Brodi Ashton, Everneath .
Happy Veterans Day from Predator Motorsports Inc.Read more
Take a look inside our Tactical Off Road Course. It is geared up for the US Special Forces. During the course we emphasize maintaining control of the vehicle at all times. Here the students have the engine powered up while manipulating the brakes to control their decent. The terrain on this obstacle is very loose, soft and moving sand combined with a 55 to 60 degree slope. By keeping the engine powered up, and applying various levels of brake pressure, our goal is to keep all 4 wheels rolling. Remember, keep driving! Don’t let the vehicle drive you! (Video Below)
ARVE Error: Mode: lazyload is invalid or not supported. Note that you will need the Pro Addon for lazyload modes.Read more