Congrats on your new chinook, I hope.I may be coming into possession of a t100 with a chinook camper. Do you have any updated pictures of the interior? Did you keep the stove and toilet or no? My inclination is to remove them since we won't be going far off grid so we'll always have a picnic table and bathhouses. Thx
It was a longtime ago and I cannot remember where I bought those fenders. I recall they are custom. I had to supply the measurements and they build them based off of that. I found the place searching the internet for custom aluminum fenders. I will do some digging through my old receipts to see if I have a receipt for the purchase.
I have not found any stress cracks in the shell or frame. The subframe is made from 1/4 2×2 steel, so it is very stiff and forces the suspension to do all the flexing. It has held up great.@Tank5 Any signs of stress issues in the camper or frame as a result of the subframe being welded directly to the truck frame?
I have a similar idea in mind for my T100 but with a custom camper. It's hard to find other builds that have been done on similar sized trucks with boxed frames.