Just tossing this information out there.
"Water Tank Truck Body Mounts"
I’ve posted enough links. You’ll get the ideal.
Don and Kim Greene's Fuso build using a customized cargo body.
You might try contacting Morgan to see if they will drop ship a Cargo Body to a dealer near you. They might ship a unit without a rear door and supply a blank panel sized to cover the opening. The dealer should be able to mount the Cargo Body on the truck.
You might try companies that work on...
Sourcing insurance coverage on these trucks is problematic, but not impossible. It you're getting a loan for the vehicle, the loan company will require more than just liability coverage.
Physically walk into the office of an Independent Insurance Agent with a picture of the vehicle and the...
Welcome to the forum.
Sounds like a plan. When you consider the width of a bed, the length of a dinette and the size of a shower stall, fourteen feet, in length, is as short as you’ll want to go.
Mitsubishi used to have Body Builder Guides/Directives that went back several years. Looks like...
Keep in mind these truck are considered commercial, then add a DIY conversion on the back and you'll find that sourcing vehicle insurance becomes problematic, but not impossible. With a good set of tires that have an aggressive tread pattern, a 2WD vehicle will take you a lot of places.
Next time a truck with a cargo body pulls up along side of you, glance over and you'll see material sandwitched between the cargo body's subframe and the truck's frame rails. The industry standard used to be oak, not sure what it is today.
Welcome to the forum.
With an aggressive tire pattern a 2WD truck will take you a lot of places. If the truck comes with a Cargo Body that’s in good shape, it would be a plus. Stay away from Cargo Bodies with translucent fiberglass roofs as these are fragile.
Morgan makes a good quality...
You can start by reducing tire pressures. There’s no need to run at maximum pressures if you’re not running at maximum load.
Weight the vehicle at a scale and adjust the tire air pressure based on the tire manufacturers pressure/load chart.