This is my backup less sexy/more capable automobile. Yes that is a 1/4” plate rear bumper mounted on the front and a flatbed made out of roughcuts. It actually drives pretty nice and everyone thinks its an original 390 4sp F250 4x4 on coil springs. Really its a 76 f150 frame with a 65 cab and some serious scabbbing now that I cut out the rust and put in some galvanized sheetmetal. I welded both diffs this fall and have been pleasantly surprised to find that all I have to do too make a tight corner in 4x4 is unlock the inside hub and make it a 3x4. For anyone considering front and rear spools I’d really avoid it unless you are running skinny tires (I run 34.5x7.50 16.5 with no lift now) or aren’t worried about turning radius. Skinny tires seem to sink and groove alot better but they still suck at turning when you’re in deep stuff with a front/rear spool setup.
Jeremy. 38. Lives in FL and TX. I post things I enjoy - mainly cars, beautiful women, architecture, and landscapes with an occasional musing tossed in here & there. Want to know anything else? Just ask.