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post #1 of (permalink) Old 07-22-2002, 07:44 PM
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Rezzybed X - SCR Version Sketch

Im really dissapointed in qualkity, but heres a rundown of what this shows.



From left to right - Front prerunner type bumper attuned exactly with approach angle - removeable exo cage front clip - tube doors - roof rack thats connected to the main top bar - ok at this point, behind the cab, and this is important, the whole bed narrows to 5.5 feet - shavel mount opn outside of bed rail - in bed toolbox full of ammo cans - rear seat with seatbelts - bed side raisl rasie above bed deck bed deck doesnt raise but narrows to 4 foot 2 inches - air tank - fuel jugs - reciever hitch - ON TOP roof rack/rocll cage with plexiglass or tarp roof - tarp soft top sides - sliders hooked to exo cage - belly pan - ammocan side boxes - k5 tank fill -

Well I guess that wasnt left to right but whatever....

Anyway this is yet another great redesign, giving me more rear stuffage room. like 20 inches, as if I'll ever need that.

$20 off a set of tube doors to the first person to guess what SCR means

EDIT - THI SUCKS, DOESNT APPLY AT ALL, ILL DRAW A NEW ONE AND POST IT LATER
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 07-22-2002, 07:55 PM
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Re: Rezzybed X - SCR Version Sketch

theres alot of stuff on that drawing. that is what Im thinking of doing.
post #3 of (permalink) Old 07-22-2002, 08:21 PM
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Re: Rezzybed X - SCR Version Sketch

Heres something else to help you better understand it

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post #4 of (permalink) Old 07-22-2002, 08:28 PM
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Re: Rezzybed X - SCR Version Sketch


Oh you fixed it nevermind
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Re: Rezzybed X - SCR Version Sketch

super crazy rezzybed

I think the term rezzybed should be upgraded to rezzytank

Looks good man..
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no more like REZVEE, things gonna look like a dang humvee
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Re: Rezzybed X - SCR Version Sketch

Sigh, FrankP where did you go[img]images/icons/frown.gif[/img].

Yeah RJ, why don't you just pull off the cab and make a tube rig?

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post #8 of (permalink) Old 07-22-2002, 11:38 PM
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Re: Rezzybed X - SCR Version Sketch

Actually, everything from the rear of the cab forward will probably never happen, except the sliders and roof rack, and the front bumper will probably be boxed in frame with two reciever hitches and a 2x3x.25 bar across the front. What's really going to happen I think is, the flatbed will get done, and then when I feel like it the roof rack goes on. It'll be bouncing around with just the flatbed probably all winter. MAYBE the roof rack.
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Re: Rezzybed X - SCR Version Sketch

looks good, but really really heavy
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Re: Rezzybed X - SCR Version Sketch

Almost looks like a long wheelbase Blazer
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