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Thread: Well Shes getting naked! Camper Part Deaux!

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    Default Well Shes getting naked! Camper Part Deaux!

    Started on Camper part 2 decided on crawl through not enough room for walk through Cab version and relocating spare/aircleaner assembly going well got about a week into it so far, will post as I go!IMG_1794.jpgIMG_1795.jpgIMG_1801.jpg

    Will be lil brother of M927 5 ton Camper for son to have when we go camping! High speed gears are in , transmission fixed, And I am impressed with the acceleration, this things goes, so far I have moved things around and Intake tubing came out better than expected passes directly behind engine giving a lot of room to enter cab , will have to use a m900 series air filter canister and place it in front of battery box along frame rails and spare will be mounted on camper section on a winch rail system. Adding 2 feet to rear frame and extending hitch and also a 2" receiver hitch area for common hitch stuff. After calculating weights of material been used I will be at 4200 lbs with appliances so may have to add air bags.

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    Look forward to seeing more detail on how you move/modified air filter set up, Spare and all the other items behind the cab.
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    Moved the coolant tank today and finished intake tube and hydraulic valve body
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    You can prob get rid of the air hyd pump and put an electric one in its place. An air actuated switch off the air feed to the pump can be used to activate a relay that kicks on the pump.

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    I already remounted it it is next to the manual pump where the HYDRALIC suspension cylinder was! It's hard to see cause I am also painting the entire frame black as I go, and I am going to mount a electric/ HYDRALIC pump also cause I need hydralics to work the tailgate on my trailer and also to make the HYDRALIC lift motor for spare that will mounted on rear of camper.

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    Can you read the coolant level from in the wheel well ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1951M1078 View Post
    Can you read the coolant level from in the wheel well ?
    I bet he could by lifting the rubber flap inside the wheel well. Subscribed as well!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TNriverjet View Post
    I bet he could by lifting the rubber flap inside the wheel well. Subscribed as well!
    Yes just lift rubber flap on drivers side!

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    Got a lil more done fit a m923 five ton air canister on changed muffler to have more clearance for fresh water tank on camper, started removing rear hitch and adding 2 feet to frame rail truck bed coated entire frame.
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