Mittler Brothers Building

Shaping The World Since 1980

2015

Acquired new CNC Mill; Researching supplemental solar power for building

2014

Acquired new CNC Machine and new CNC Lathe

2013

Introduced Quad Bench Press

2012

Introduced Jamey Jordan Signature Series

2011

Launched new website; Introduced Dimple Dies; Introduced Night Bright Tire Gauage; Introduced Vision QM Shock

2010

Introduced Power Hammer Product Lilne; Introduced Floor Stand English Wheel; Introduced Double Sided Ultimate Tubing Notcher; Introduced 16 Ga Sheet Metal Brakes; Introduced 4" High Throat Bead Roller; Introduced Improved Wireless Scales

2009

Introduced Swivel Jack; Introduced Platinum 4 Digressive Piston QM Shock

2008

Introduced Accu-Lign Precision Alignment Device; Built first 8 Post Pull Down Rig

2007

Combined Mittler Bros. & Tanner catalog; Introduced Universal Tool Stand; Introduced Ultimate Box & Pan Brake; Introduced 52" Foot Shear; Introduced English Wheel; Introduced Billet 3rd Member

2006

Brad Keselowski drove for MB Motorsports

2005

Celebrated 25 years in business; First full color catalog; Justin Allgaier drove for MB Motorsports

2004

Relocated to current 50,000 sq. ft. building; Acquired Tanner Racing Products; Introduced Planishing Hammer

2003

Introduced Hydraulic Bench Press

2002

First full color catalog cover; Carl Edwards drove for MB Motorsports

2001

Introduced 180° Hydraulic Tubing Bender; Exhibited at first EAA Oshkosh Aircraft Trade Show

2000

Celebrated 20 years in business; Introduced Adjustable Vise ULTIMATE Tubing Notcher; Introduced Bend Calculator Software

1999

Introduced Digital Read Out for Tube Bender; Introduced 36" & 42" Bead Rollers; Introduced 9" Ford Spools; Jamie McMurray drove for MB Motorsports

1998

Introduced Tube Master; Introduced Bend Protractors; Introduced Bench Press

1997

Introduced 180° Manual Tubing Bender; Introduced Fabricated 24" Bead Roller; Introduced Power Shrinker / Stretcher

1996

Introduced Fabricated Drag Race Housings

1995

MB Motorsports entered NASCAR Truck Series; Acquired first Plasma Cutter

1993

Introduced Notch & Bend Aligner

1991

Introduced Punch & Flare Tools; Introduced first 5 x 5 Rear Floater Hub

1989

First Catalog Produced; Introduced first 90° Hydraulic Tubing Bender

1988

Introduced first single indicator Bump Steer Gauge; Introduced Flare Tools

1987

Introduced first Louver Machine; Attended first PRI Trade Show

1986

Introduced first Ultimate Tube Notcher

1984

Moved to new 7,500 sq. ft. building; Exhibited at First Parts Peddler Show in Syracruse, NY; Introduced first 24" Power Drive Bead Roller; Acquired first CNC Lathe

1981

Exhibited at First Circle Track trade Show in Daytona; Introduced Super Socket (First Quality Pit Socket)

1980

Mike & Paul Mittler started the business in rented 2500 sq. ft. building. Introduced Hydraulic Tubing Notcher

Thank You for your business, and we look forward to many more years of innovation!