Today, I want to take a moment to reflect on the journey that has led us to where we are now with Steelbak Customs. This isn’t the beginning of our story, but rather a new chapter in a tale that’s been unfolding for quite some time.
As many of you know, I’ve spent years working as a farrier, a profession that I love and that has taught me invaluable lessons about hard work, dedication, and the importance of community. But alongside my farrier work, another passion has been steadily growing: a love for DIY projects, for tinkering, for creating, and for sharing my experiences with others.
That’s where Steelbak Customs comes in.
Steelbak Customs is more than just a blog or a YouTube channel. It’s a unique platform that combines my love for DIY with a desire to build a community. Over the past couple of years, I’ve been steadily setting up my garage, acquiring tools, and working on the concept and the website. Now, I believe it’s time to start sharing our story more broadly and to really get things rolling here.
In the coming weeks and months, I’ll be sharing a variety of projects. From working on my ’87 Suzuki LT250R and other ATVs, to building a relay distribution display and getting into building top shelf wiring harnesses, to continuing to set up my garage workspace. There’s a lot on the horizon. And I can’t wait to share it all with you.
But more than just sharing my projects, I want to share the journey. The successes, the failures, the lessons learned along the way. And I want to hear from you, too. Whether you’re a seasoned DIYer or someone just starting out, join us on Discord and share your project.
I encourage you to explore the site through the navigation menu. It’s the centerpiece of Steelbak Customs, and it’s where you’ll find all the information about our projects, our community, and our journey. So take a moment to peruse, and see what catches your interest.
So, welcome to this new chapter of Steelbak Customs. I’m excited to see where this journey takes us.
Stay tuned for more updates and projects. And in the meantime, if you have any DIY projects of your own that you’d like to share, or any tips or advice for me as I embark on this journey, I’d love to hear from you. You can join our growing community on our Discord channel here.
Until next time,