It’s a 2000 M1079A1 (link below). I know height is an issue. We’ve added solar panels to the roof. Haven’t tested the suspension lowering feature. I didn’t know a gooseneck was that much more expensive.
We built out the box for overlanding but we’re pretty close to stock weight. We removed the heavy metal strips on the floor and walls that would have been used to carry cargo or mount equipment. Also removed the huge bars used to lift the van by crane. After this weight loss program, we had each wheel weighed during build but I’d have to find those numbers.
Thanks for you input, everyone.
Could also be used as a portable solar/battery backup for home/office. Should run your home frig/freezer/TVs/computers/etc (check specs). 2000 Stewart & Stevenson LMTV M1079A1 US military vehicle, original camo paint (CARC), equipped for cold weather Caterpillar 3126 diesel engine; Allison 7...