MMI is a small, craft manufacturer. Our three-man team works hard every day to order materials, cut, assemble, design, weld, powder coat, then package and ship parts. This hands-on process results in high quality, hand-built parts that perform for our customers.

As most of our parts are built to order, we attempt to meet demand through the use of a production schedule. It’s not a perfect process, but one we’re constantly working to improve. As such this schedule is not a guarantee, but rather a peek behind the curtain to see what we’re working on now and in the weeks to come.

By updating this page once a week, we hope to give you some insight as to where your order is, and what we’re doing to fulfill it. Please remember, we want to spend as much time in the shop building your part as possible, so we encourage you to check this page for updates before calling the shop.

Thank you,

The MMI Team

steve welding

Last Updated: 9/19/23

X-BracesIN SHIPPINGAll boxes handmade to lower shipping cost to customer.
Panhard Rod KitsIN PRODUCTION2 Weeks Estimated Till Complete (Oct. 2)Mustangs
MOD 1 Coilover KitsIN PRODUCTION5 Weeks Estimated Till Complete
MOD 1 Upper Control ArmsStart week of Sept. 253 Weeks Once StartedMustangs, Falcons
MOD 2 Rear Suspension KitsStart week of Oct. 163 Weeks Once StartedMustangs, Falcons
Rear ends arriving, rocker machining to commence in next couple of weeks.

Production Notes

We in the shop feel good about the last several weeks. We have made really great progress with respect to cutting piles of flat patterns needed for the list above as well as detailing the parts and bending. This is all arduous work that can not easily be avoided. It is normal to stand at a work bench for up to two weeks at a time prepping parts for welding, bending and ensuring fit before welding parts up. Once a lot of this work is completed things start to roll along pretty quickly, but as we all know the quality is in the details.

As for Steve the welder… as a result of the fall while fishing it has now been confirmed that he has a torn ligament in his thumb. Elbows up Maier… Get welding.

Thanks for working with us. We all want to see these parts out the door as fast as possible. We’ll keep after it for you all. Thanks for the patience.