The front seat area is pretty standard but we have installed a Kenwood Ham radio with remote head, Garmin InReach among other gear.
It sure has been a while…
When we did our CO/UT trip last fall fully laden I notice that we had more sway with the RTT on than I would have liked. I ordered a Hellwig sway bar and after several months it came in. I took some time last weekend to switch it out with the original one. Overall it’s just a bit thicker but more importantly you can adjust the stiffness by moving the drop link attachment points. I’ll have to play with it a bit to find my sweet spot but this is what it looks like installed..View attachment 59837
Nice work! Mining your thread for some ideas. Where did you go for chassis ground from your BCDC? I’m looking for a good location aft.Finished it!
I was able to install the BB battery in a nice snug area up against the front of the bed nestled in there with my water tank.
Tested the solar panel connection and the Redarc charge controller recognized it as well as the engine when it’s running.
Couldn’t be happier! Still have to clean up the wiring a bit but she works!View attachment 56783View attachment 56783View attachment 56784View attachment 56785
Sorry Jimmie we’ve spent the last 2 months selling and buying homes..been hectic.Nice work! Mining your thread for some ideas. Where did you go for chassis ground from your BCDC? I’m looking for a good location aft.
The 285-75 tire is an interesting option. Maintains the factory width so the load stays as designed on the bearings (assuming you keep stock wheels) but gives a slight increase in sidewall height. I’m thinking about the same size when I wear out my factory tires.