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Old 01-03-2006, 05:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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crew cab pics?

Did a search here and on outerlimits for pics of homemade crew cab projects but couldn't find anything relevant. I remember seeing a great thread once but don't know where it is. Anyone know of that thread or similar?

I'm thinking of chopping an 88" top down and mating it to a pick-up cab back and custom rear bulkhead behind second row of seats. Wondering how to do it without using a 109 tub.

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Old 01-03-2006, 06:55 PM   #2 (permalink)
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http://tawayama.com/gear/crewcab/crewcab.html
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Old 01-03-2006, 07:25 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Thanks Mike... D Bell and I were just talking about your crew cab today!

Ike - I'll let you know what I might need as this project starts coming together. I think I'm finally starting to make some final decisions.
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Old 01-03-2006, 07:35 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Hey Mike,

What was the source of the "rear fiberglass curved cap" for your rear roof top? Is it a cut-down section off a defender or series pick-up cab?

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The curved part is a factory 127/130 piece. Uber-rare, and now I think they don't make the roof the same way.

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Mike,

I cant tell from your pictures but do you have sliders on your truck? Did you make them? If not where did you get them? I am having trouble coming up with a slider that maintains streangth at the bulkhead. Any input would be great.

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Thumbs up Sliders

I cant tell from your pictures but do you have sliders on your truck? Did you make them? If not where did you get them? I am having trouble coming up with a slider that maintains streangth at the bulkhead. Any input would be great.


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I heard BCB moved recently. Is that true? Where to if they did?
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is the phone back on yet

uuh! no!
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I thought I heard the birdie say that he was still in the BCB shop too, no?
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if you need a cheapo 109 wagon tub for the floor and rear seat ledge gimmie a shout
How about a 109 3-door tub?
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