I've heard similar things as well about the commonality. Having the entire truck should make it very simple to template everything that doesn't line up otherwise.From what a bud told me, that's converted numerous 2wd to 4WD, he spends more time pulling interior to knock out the shifter slug (he does *not* do "push-button"), than bolting up the transfer/axle.
He's also converted several from leaf to coils and said that even the (majority?) of holes for that are there too?
Certainly. The inside width is 7'4". That is a more standard adventure vehicle layout as well. I didn't want to block the back doors if you put a bed in the rear. If you wanted to do more extensive demo and move the mechanical equipment in the roof at the front ( above where I have the fridge) it would work.Looks awesome.
How wide is it on the inside? Could you mount the beds the other direction if there were no cabinets?
I probably would be well served to host a "beer for wrenching" day but I don't think I could subject anyone to my work environment in good conscience. Broken concrete driveway in somehow full sun from rise to set.I'm just waiting for 4x4 stuff to happen
If you weren't so far away, I'd come help!
I'll find the hottest weekend coming up.I am all in for a weekend working in sub par conditions... God knows I owe you one! Tell me when!