|03-14-2017 08:51 PM|
That is way cool !
|03-14-2017 08:33 PM|
|daddyusmaximus||Such a cool story. Sure couldn't built that in these times and expect to get it licensed or insured.|
|03-12-2017 06:55 AM|
The Galesville Limited: Twin-Engine Home-Built Motorhome Took This Family All Over The US
|02-17-2017 12:50 PM|
My previous one (sale pending) - '98 Frontier, D44, ARBs front and rear, 3.92:1 Calmini Crawlers, countless other mods:
(This was on our last AZ Run - might still find a link on Fourwheeler.com for this trip last fall)
Here's what I'm building. It's a '77 F150. Doesn't have bumpers yet but will have a swing away bronco bumper. 3 storage boxes in the bed, and will get built out further. Fresh 5" lift, 35s, Detroit rear, True Trac front, Upgraded axle shafts in both ends, NP435 trans behind a 351 with a 205 case.
|02-15-2017 06:43 PM|
|mikecj5cj8||My setup, but have a ways to go. This pic is from Sierra Trek last Summer. 08 Tacoma, 9000lb Warn Winch up front..having some rock sliders made soon but, it will be a mild build. The trailer is a 1970's or so Pack Mule trailer. It pulls easily behind my truck.|
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|10-12-2016 10:35 AM|
|oran||Mine is a little on 1978 U1300L camper built 1996|
|10-11-2016 09:46 PM|
Still sorting a few minor issues out, had no low range, as i have a nissan patrol transfer case mated to the allison, i had a speed sensor in the wrong spot, got it fixed over the weekend. Just had to drill a hole in the transmission and tap it for the sensor.
Been getting a low fuel pressure warning, only does it first time i drive it for the day, last's for about 15 mins then goes away, doesn't come back till i really labour it up a hill. If i change rpm's it is fine.
Have changed the fuel tank changeover solenoid(severley restricts flow), still there, not as bad though.
Changing the tank pickups this weekend, just got to take them both off, drill old ones out, tap and install new custom bigger pickups.
|10-10-2016 06:03 AM|
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|09-10-2016 03:40 AM|
Thanks, yes, the rig has changed quite a bit since that pic.
Have an ARB bumper on the rear now, Factor 55 fairlead instead of the roller, ARB Intensity LED lamps, Hi-Lift angled up so my headlight can shine better, etc.
This pic was from last Sunday, I was doing some work on the tent.
|09-01-2016 09:38 PM|
That's a super nice setup you have! Hella large powerfilm panel. Very nice rig you have there! It sure is nice being able to charge phones/cameras/laptop and run a little fridge without having to run the engine!
|09-01-2016 04:49 AM|
I run a 60 watt Powerfilm panel I hook to a charge controller under the hood to keep the main battery topped off as that is the one my ARB fridge is hooked up to.
I also have one of those suitcase style 100 watt units for keeping an ArkPak setup topped off.
The latter is used to recharge camera batteries, LED lighting around camp, etc.
This pic was shot with the tent on the factory rack, I now have a lower profile BajaRack.
|08-30-2016 08:30 PM|
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|08-28-2016 10:13 AM|
May as well add mine to the mix!
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