Bill Pitz said:
> On Wed, 21 Apr 2004 01:22:39 -0400, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>> Either that, or put the engine in the bed, and use a marine
>>style V drive unit to get the power to the rearend. :-) (I
>>saw something similar to that on a Monster Garage, but I don't
>>recall what they were building at the time.)
It was the wheel-standing ambulance.
> And then would come the daunting task of making it a 4x4.
If it's going to be a 4x4, I suppose you wouldn't even need the marine V
drive. Just mount the transfer case backwards. Of course, you'd need to
use the offset axle in the rear instead of the front. If you used an
Atlas t-case, you can pick one axle or the other to get power, otherwise
you'd have front wheel drive on the street.
No, it's not a very realistic idea, but as long as we're dreaming... :-).
-- Jason Bleazard http://www.bleazard.net Burlington, Ontario his: '95 Dakota Sport 4x4, 3.9 V6, 5spd, Reg. Cab, white hers: '01 Dakota Sport 4x4, 4.7 V8, Auto, Quad Cab, black
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