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I have seen some pics of what some people have sketched what a 2nd or 3rd gen 4Runner might look like w/4 doors, but a truck bed rear end instead of it being inclosed. How hard would this be to do and does anyone have any pics what it really does look like?
 

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Oh yeah, How much money do you think it would take to invest in such a project to make the 4Runner look like it just rolled out of the factory?
 

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Do a search for Bob Williams 4runner, he has done it. There have been pics posted here before. <IMG SRC="smilies/usa.gif" border="0">
 

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Originally posted by 44Basket:
<STRONG>Oh yeah, How much money do you think it would take to invest in such a project to make the 4Runner look like it just rolled out of the factory?</STRONG>
Not that much if you can do the work your self. This board has a lot of people who do their own work ,including me!!!
 

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Heres one with a flat bed.
I think its a good idea if you can make it this clean.
Steve
 

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Originally posted by overeasy:
<STRONG>Heres one with a flat bed.
I think its a good idea if you can make it this clean.
Steve
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That's Bob William's rig.
 

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Geiger's concept is what ScottD's is gonna look like eventually. Eventually means when he knocks out a back window on a trail and says "F... it!"
 

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Thanks guys for the info and pics. I like Williams' 4Runner, but I especially like Geiger's concept rig. That type of 4Runner looks almost like it was built by Toyota themselves. A spray-in-bedliner would cap it off nicely. I like how Williams' incorporated a rear glass window for his. Both ideas are looking great, and as soon as I can save up some money for a project like that, I am doing it! Thanks again guys.
 

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Here's a pic (or address where it's at since I don't know how to do the pics) of Ron Christensen's truck. We talked about a lot of ideas before doing our trucks. He took the "pick up" route, while I chose the flat bed option. I like the way they both look, I like wheeling with the flat bed though, no $95 tail lights, less body, less weight and lower center of gravity. Ron retained his rear seating though, whereas I did not. That is a consideration. My truck is weather proof though, but carries only two passengers. allprooffroad
 

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Chris Scotti did this to his 4Runner after he rolled it. This was a few years ago, I don't know what he is up to now or where the rig is. I got this picture from David Ohendalski's site.

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And the pic Bob was referring to, Ron's rig.
<IMG width=600 height=450 SRC="http://www.pirate4x4.com/ubb/uploads/6111.jpg">

I have never seen anyone do so many changes to their rig as Ron has done to his. Last time I saw him he had coils up front. Long time ago I guess. But these do look swwwwwweeeeeeet. I'll have to beat ScottD before he does his. Must make changes..can't go on..must use sawzall.. <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">
 

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