2011 4x4 F450 Custom Camper Build

MTNMOBL

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Here is the transformation of our flatbed 4x4 F450 powerstroke. Goal: to build a expedition vehicle that will take our family of four anywhere we want to go, any season!!


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MTNMOBL

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As we need something to camp in while the Mountain Mobile gets built, it will be done in stages

1. Aquire Flatbed truck with 6.7 powerstroke, Check!
2. Find Side entry camper that fits nicely on flatbed without a drop down, Check (actually picked it up on the day we bought the truck).
3 Add the Kelderman air suspension. Thank you Glens Welding aka Truck/Trail in Lynnwood WA.
4. Modify Flatbed,Off with side rails and most of the headache bar.
5. Built custom boxes to fit in the giant wasted spaces under the camper. (will load pictures of this soon too)
6. installed



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MTNMOBL

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Starting Phase Two !
Next, some new wheels...

Continental 335/80R 20 tires Mounted on Custom 20 x 10 bead locker Hutchinson wheels with 20 x 10 bead lock rings


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Fenders painted and "rhino-lined"!!



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Darwin

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Are you running some sort of a spacer on the wheels? How did you get the offset right? Also, where did you purchase the goodyears? I have seen Michelin xzl's in that same size for $350 plus shipping which I thought was a good deal. I am looking into these for a possible Ram 5500 purchase. Thanks.
 

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