Being an adult with annoyances like, you know... a job and kids and shit, I have to ration out my time a little at a time. I can only work on the truck an hour or two per session and since I was driving it a good bit, I had to get the front in so I could have a little something.
80prs in the dash.
PPi phantom 900.4 under the driver's seat.
Tantric coax in some custom deadener baffles. Yes... that's how I roll.
I put Rose Auto accessories on the job of my buss bars. Progress pic.
Well... let's get into this shit. Let me go ahead and say that this is my first wall build. Ever. Yes... I have some amazing resources to tap into for info and/or help, but I'm stubborn and did this shit without them- for better or worse.
Floor and some uprights. I had it in my head that I was going to make these "cubbies' for the seat belts. And they would double as mounting points for everything. It turned into an incredible pain in the ass. But whatever.
Moving right along. If you've never done a wall build and you just look at build logs, it always seems like these panels just fly up on their own. That... is definitely not the case. This shit is meticulous getting angle right and making sure everything is structurally sound and solid. Double layers everywhere.
You can kinda see the overview of the seat belt cubby above. Here's a better shot from the back of the truck looking forward.
These little side windows will take a beating so the hinges have to go. I don't know if you've ever used window weld, but it is the devil. But they aren't going anywhere now.
Tailgate took a hit from the circular saw.
No worries. Happen to have body filler around