Picture of the (new) front cab mount.
If you scroll-up to the mesage of july 9 2002, this will explain why I changed to a three-point cab mount set-up with a rear pivot.so what is the pivot for the do?
Stepside bed is exit....... A friend came up with a custom built set (two!) of beds with quick change system for cheap. So now I have a flatbed with removable sides and rear and a basic flat frame which was used as base for a camper by the previous owner.I'm not sure about the stepside bed though...
Think it's o.k., but it's very easy to place springs or so.Going to have any cushion or springs under it to control pitch and roll during regular driving, or you think it will be ok where it is?
That's the reason for posting them.One day I will rebuild my M880 from the ground up and would like to use a couple of your ideas if you do not mind.
Don't know 100%, but I asked the local garage guys (who also perform the anual inspection) and they said "no problem, as long as it looks strong enough and is strong enough with a professional look".You know somebody ho passed yearly inspection with an RCC hanger lift front and back? I lifted the truck using a hanger lift but don't know if its legal.
Thanks, projectM880.ProjectM880 said:i just did a 3/4 elliptical rear suspension on my M880 you can check it out if your interested in the fab board.