Join Date: Mar 2000
Location: Northern Catskill Mountains, NY
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Re: Solid axle up front in a Sidekick?
You're a yankee, are ya???? [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/wink.gif[/img]
Here's a couple not so good pics whe we got back from Moab. Can't find my other CD's. [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/crazy.gif[/img] I'll dig 'em up if ya want.
It's around 650 lbs., if I remember right. Fully legal and NYS DMV registered. It's got sooooo much done, it'd take a whole post just to tell ya all 'bout it. (Not like I've been know to write long posts before)
For this winter, we're completing it with a two-person flip-open camper. The top will be alumnium diamond plate, 4" tall with a thick air mattress (saves space and weight).
It will have a two-burner stove, gas/electric fridge, pantry, and gas/electric lights and outlets. To round it out, the rear door will be removable and will allow an add-on tent with an additional sleep room and screen porch.
We figure it ought to be a pretty sweet place to kick the boots off.
If you are wondering, you can have one too. Very custom, built-to-order and not for the average wallet.