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Old 05-21-2012, 09:23 AM
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A 4x4 and a dually on eBay!

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Old 05-21-2012, 10:16 AM
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That dude with the quadvan doesn't need the money. He should just give it to me!
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Old 05-31-2012, 09:22 PM
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now where in the heck would you find a "dually conversion"!!
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that van has been for sale for over a year...
got to be something odd with it.
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The dually van

is offered by a van rental company. They put them up for sale after they hit about 45000 miles or so. They still rent them out. I have bought one of their dually vans and we love it. We have had no major problems with it.
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Old 06-10-2012, 12:57 AM
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is the front a dually style rim setup or just a normal rim with a dually hubcap?
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You mean the outside wheel of the dually? it is a dually style rim setup. It is a conversion they have done after they purchase them. I cannot remember the company who does it, but was told it costs about $7000. That includes the fenders and lights etc. I specifically went searching for one that was converted as it helps with the stability in case of tire blowouts. The E series has such a high center of gravity when it is loaded. In 33% of all accidents involving tire blowouts, there were rollovers resulting in fatalities.
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the front steering wheels like in this picture.

under that hubcap does it have an actual dually type rim and the hub that sticks out farther or is it a stock rim with a hubcap to make it look like a dually?
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I am sorry I misunderstood your question, I was half asleep. It is just a stock 17 inch rim with a dually hubcap.
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Converting the front is easy, you buy a dually hub/disc, the rear is a different story, you can buy a spacer, or look for the van dually axle, I hate spacers, they require removal to service the rear rotors, also require cutting the stock wheel studs.
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The company that converts them puts in dually axles. At least that is what I was told. There is a sticker on the door with the info on who converted it, but I have not read that since I first bought the van over a year ago.
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Old 06-12-2012, 11:30 PM
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I was gonna buy an axle, but it was $800 and had 4.68 gears in it, I want lower than my 3.50's, but that's just nuts. LoL
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Honestly I do not know what the gearing is. I was told they kept everything stock. I don't do much mechanical anymore. I will fix some things still. Like last weekend I put in a TPS switch.
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It came out of a box van I'm sure, I can't afford new, I was lookin for used, the place had wrecked ambulances, not looking at that stuff now, would like a wider axle tho, dually isn't street practical.
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Reminds me of my old 74 302, manual, 4x4, dually.

My old dually 4x4
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