Thank you beaker and Clark2. As a few four wheeling people I know, it's not cheap. One built his own 4x4 (he welds for a living) and the other works for an auto parts store..... I suppose between the two, I could get it done. No 'toy' is ever 'done'
Oh, if you want to see a pick of the van I bought, the pics the seller put up on Ebay are in my pic section (I guess click on that little link below the user name that lists how many pics I have). I've been told it's a fairly 'high' looking 1 ton- some actually asked if it was 4x4.
If I did convert, I'd prob. like to keep the same hight as it is now. Would a F350 axle from 1990 work in the conversion? I'd like to retain the same type of wheel pattern/type.
I haven't searched on the ujointclothing kit and I'm sure someone posted their conversion (if you didn't do it Clark2). I kind of like to do a 4x4, but $$$
is an issue. As of right now, I am thinking of a Hypermax turbo for my van. Unfortunately, I have WAY too many projects going here and there in other areas right now..... (gotta get some things done first).
1999 E-350 Cub Wagon, 7.3L Power Stroke, E4OD, 3.55
1990 E-350 Club Wagon, 7.3L IDI, E4OD, 3.54LS
1994 Chevy C2500 6.5L TD, 3.42
1983 F-150 2x4, 4.9L, C-6 w/GV-OD, 3.55 Farm pickup
1981 C-8000, 3208 CAT, RT-6510, Rockwell SSHD Tandems (Swap)
1981 VW Rabbit Pickup 1.6L diesel (project)
1978 VW Rabbit 1.5L diesel (project)
1977 K100C, NTC-350, RT-1110, Tandem
1977 Transtar II, NTC-290, RT-9509 Single
1977 Transtar II, Formula 290, RT0-9513, Tandem (project)
1974 C-750, 391CID, Clark 5 speed, Eaton 2 speed