Both. The focus will be on the Scout IIs. But I fully expect and will test that kit to see if it will be a 'cross-platform' kind of kit.Carl Wiese said:Could you be more specific? By "Scouts" do you mean Scout 80/800, Scout II or both??
Redbeard said:Are you going to offer it as a kit or do you have to drive to CO to get the set up?
Honestly I will only be doing this in house for the first few conversions. Cost of the in-house conversion will be in the $6000-7500 range and include EVERYTHING ~ HySteer, links front and back, X-duty frame sleeves w/ new X-duty transmission crossmember, coil hardware, axle trusses, all hardware, and all the trimmings.Redbeard said:Seriously though, I'm psyched about this one, I'll be third in line to pick this up. Are you going to offer it as a kit or do you have to drive to CO to get the set up?
Yes, eventually. There's a bunch of R&D to do, but the end goal is to make a shippable kitRough74 said:Correct me if I'm wrong Damian, but I believe the intent is to end up with a "kit" you can install yourself.
I hear ya. If any truck kits come out they will be coils up front and custom leafs in back.j calavera said:If you would like to see if it would be feasible to try out a kit for a truck, let me know. My 69 1100D would be at your service!