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Old 06-23-2012, 06:34 AM
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Re: dual cab conversion

Not if done at factory as Jeep and many European and Japanese mfgrs. do.
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Re: dual cab conversion

I do not know why you would spend $60k+ on a Jeep and chop the back off it. There is nothing wrong with the selection of utes we have. It just depends on wht you want to use it for. A hilux dual cab would be the same size and payload as a JGC converted to a ute.
There is also the new VW Amarok if you want some Euro luxury.
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Re: dual cab conversion

gady enforcer
It is the towing capacity of the gc, that the both the amorook and the toyota do not have.
Its only a couple of dual cabs that do offer the same, and as mentioned, do not come close to the gc, even optioned out.
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Re: dual cab conversion

Suspect you would be better off converting a LWB Durango than a GC. Would be more space for a bed and a drop-down spare tire.
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Re: dual cab conversion

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It is the towing capacity of the gc, that the both the amorook and the toyota do not have.
Its only a couple of dual cabs that do offer the same, and as mentioned, do not come close to the gc, even optioned out.
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If you converted a GC you'd lose that towing ability. As mentioned before, the GC is a unibody vehicle, and so chopping off that part of the roof would eliminate a lot of its body stiffness and thus towing capacity.

Have you considered just getting a small trailer for stuff you would use the bed for?
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Re: dual cab conversion

I always thought Jeep should consider bringing back the Cherokee truck as a 4-door competitor, considering how well Tacomas and Frontiers seem to sell.
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I always thought Jeep should consider bringing back the Cherokee truck as a 4-door competitor, considering how well Tacomas and Frontiers seem to sell.
I agree. The loggers around here seemed to love the Jeep truck, but there were fewer choices back then.
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Re: dual cab conversion

This is the last year you can buy a Chevy Avalanche. It would be much cheaper/easier to do so, and keep your Jeep.
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