The 28hr Day.

Here's some pre-reading material.

If you've answered "yes" to any of those questions in the first paragraph, then you like me, have come to the conclusion that there are just not enough hours in the day.  For me it's been getting worse, and has been for quite sometime.  I've been trying to make something great from my day job for 5 years now, and if anyone knows me it's come at an expense. I've pretty much forced everyone out of my life who isn't immediate family or my fiance, just because I simply don't have the time.  It's funny how selfish you can become when you are chasing your own ambitions.

So what's the point of all this?  Well, first it's an apology to all my friends, family and people in my life who I have neglected because of these things.  I'm sorry.  I'm the type of person that when I see something I want I go after it, and hard.  Sometimes too hard.  So sorry.  Second, I've had to take a step back and realize what's important to me.  I'm a very goal oriented person, and one of the goals I had written down was, "After 5 years at my first job, if I don't like where I am at, I need to change it."  I've realized my life has no balance, it's all work.  Don't get me wrong, I love to work, and I'm no stranger to buckling down and getting stuff done.  I want to secure my future, as well as the future for my family, but I also want to spend time with them, and be the dad that's always there when they need me.  

This has lead me to the decision to leave my current job in pursuit of something that fits this bill.  For the time being, I will be doing FARR Frameworks almost full time, while working on a few other projects that I have wanted to do for a long time.

So during my first week of solo, I'll be releasing the FARR Frameworks Bringheli Rear End Modification.  This allows you to adapt Anvil Dummy axles to your Bringheli Jig.  But that's not the only thing.  It also stiffens up the back end like no other with Dowel Pin Contact Points, beefy hardware, and a nice rigid Aluminum Extrusion.  It also takes the guess work out of the BB drop.  I'll be assembling the first set of these next week! 

 -Todd Farr

The RAW Machined Pieces 

The RAW Machined Pieces