2015 Isuzu NPR Crew cab 4x4 Ultimate Expo Vehicle

matt t

Observer
Hello, we have decided to sale our 2015 Isuzu NPR Crew Cab 4x4. We had plans to travel North America in it, however our busy careers have gotten in the way. I purchased the truck new and immediately started the 4x4 conversion. I will list the details below, feel free to contact me with any questions. 706-244-5153. Matt
Angry Iron Metalworks front bumper with a pair Baja Designs XL80s and Squadron Pro lights, Warn 15,000 lbs winch with synthetic line.
Angry Iron Metalworks roof rack with Baja Designs 50" OnX6+ light bar and a pair of S2 Pros on the side.
Dana 60 Front Axle (GAWR 6,500 lbs) with 4.56 gears and Eaton Elocker, Custom Rotors with EBC Yellow pads, Bilstein Shocks.
Dana 80 Rear Axle (GAWR 11,000 lbs) with 4.56 gears and Detroit locker with disc brakes.
Divorced Dana 205 transfer case with 1410 yokes, custom shift rails with adjustable detents and twin stick shifter. (allows 2WD low and front wheel drive only)
Switch Pros Light controller
Kenwood Bluetooth amp with high end polk speakers.
Walker Evans wheels with BFG KO2 315/60 R20 tires.
GM 6.0 LS engine with dual 2.5" exhaust into a MagnaFlow muffler, custom tuned with HP Tuners (about 425HP)
2,200 miles.
$75,000
It drives and rides extremely well. It is actually quite fast for a large truck.
 
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wayfaringman13

New member
Love the rig!!!! I am researching Fuso's and NPR's now....both diesels. We have a traveling fuel budget "target" so curious what mpg's you're getting....roughly?
 

kjmickelson

New member
Hey Matt thanks for talking to me. I can see more pics on my home computer. What is the build thread under though? More pics I assume...?
 

DzlToy

Explorer
I had to stop by Matt's shop before this thing gets sold off to see the finished product. It is a really nice truck and drives very well, certainly better than it did in stock form. We did not get a chance to take it off road, as Mother Nature thought it would be a good day to pour rain.

I did drive the truck on the road and it is no slouch. The steering is light and without a camper box, the skinny pedal will light the rear tires quite easily. While 75K is a lot of money to lay out for any rig, there isn't another NPR/NPS built like this in the entire country. Rebel's truck is a monstrosity and the work truck conversions done in Florida, just can't compare.

Someone needs to buy this and put an 11-12' composite camper on the back, making a pretty ************** off road and travel rig that is quite unique.

Good luck with the sale.
 

Deshet

Adventurer
I wish that I had the skills to build this. Almost bought a well used Fuso 4x4 last year but the frame was cracked.
 
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