My previous van was a ‘03 Ford E350 SMB RB50 Q4WD pop top.
I decided to replace it with a van that had a fixed top, longer van, and I no longer wanted the RB 50 type set up.
I decided to go with the Roadtrek, on the Chevrolet 3500 chassis.
I generally only camp in BLM, and just wanted to keep...
Looking to get some opinions on the Ford straight front axle conversion on a Chevrolet 4 x 4 van conversion.
I previously owned a Sportsmobile Ford E 350 4 X 4 Quigely with a 4 inch lift. The ground clearance was fairly adequate for my needs.
Sold it cuz I no longer wanted a pop top..
I have a '03 Chevy 3500 Roadtrek 190 that I can't even go up a driveway without bottoming out. Well, it's not that bad, but pretty close.
I was considering Weldtec's 5" lift. I would have them do the install.
I live less than 1/2 hour away, so seems like it would be logistically easy.
Not really understanding the dual steering stabilizer set up. I know that is pretty standard on Javier/Crow builds though. UJoint leads me to believe, if conversion done right, not needed.
Interesting looking vehicle though.
This vehicle was originally posted on Facebook for $49,999. When I reached out to the seller to ask who did the four-wheel-drive conversion, he just said previous owner.
Any guesses? 😂