I really haven't posted any pictures since I bought my 2001. I think I posted some first day pics, and really haven't put up any new ones.
Not heavily modified by any means, but its a bit different.
-Bigger, new tires
-Bit of a leveling in the front so it matches the rear better
-New shocks which you can't see, obviously
-Yanked the running boards
-Equipped it for Skywarn duties (mobile weather spotter network)
-Added in my 2 Meter Ham radio rig and antenna.
-Got my official Skywarn stickers for it, so cops don't hassle me when they see me parked in the middle of nowhere, they know I'm not causing trouble.
-Ripped out the old satellite radio and its 1000+ parts and 5 miles of cables. (No wonder it was driving the electrics in the truck crazy. Some of the stuff was done well, and wires hidden clean, but the wire connections themselves were a mess!) Put in a new modern kit in the OH console.
That'* about it for now. Next up, an undercoating and bed coating (instead of the factory liner. Since this truck came from Florida, its still rust free, and I intend to try and fight off the NYS salt and cancer it causes.
I know it needs a good wash, polish and wax.. and interior cleaning. Maybe once I get back from my 1600 mile in 2 week road trip for work, then I can detail things a bit.
Yaesu FT-2900R (75 Watt 2 Meter Rig)
Command central (with most of the gear out) The phone sits center dash to give me the mobile radar. Dash still needs to be put all back in.
New Beefy Meats
Its about a 2" level using torsion keys. No clearance issues with the bigger tires now.
Huster 5/8 Wave whip 2M antenna on Firestik in-channel hood mount. The black "box" like thingy on the roof is one of my data instruments for weather monitoring. Some smaller ones are tucked in between the cab and the camper top.
Not sitting completely level on the road, so it does look a bit off...the front left is on the road, so it looks a bit less lifted than it really is.
I have 3 more of these on the truck. One large there, and two smaller ones by the front door on either side, one on the back camper shell glass.
I had to get this. So many tourists where I work have the stick figure crap on their vehicles. Seeing this in the parking lot, the look on their face is priceless!