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Re: Here's My "Dual Cab" Conversion

Rear seat must be for prayer.
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Sorry, but that's hideous.
Agreed. I wish I had not seen that.
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Re: Here's My "Dual Cab" Conversion

Nice photoshop job, but wouldn't it have just been easier to start with a Subaru Baja and paste in GC wheels!? )
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Re: Here's My "Dual Cab" Conversion

Why not just buy a crew cab pickup? Your vehicle to each their own, I just don't get it.
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Looks like those suzuki models back in the day!
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Re: Here's My "Dual Cab" Conversion

Looks like a Brat or Baja. The wheelbase would need to be stretched, and a longer bed. I had a 2nd Gen Sport Trac V8, and loved the thing. It was the best of all worlds. Fullsize = too big for some.

Just buy one of these, and be done with it:

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With the snorkel higher than the roof, does that mean you can drive fully submerged, like a submarine?!
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