Alu-Cab Khaya Camper

BDRXO

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At long last, our showroom camper has been released from customs and is on it's way out west. We will have a camper ready for viewing at our shop by early September.
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BDRXO

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Finally got around to getting suspension and wheels/tires on our demo unit. I've heard of a few Khaya owners who have just done air bags with stock suspension...but going with a real suspension upgrade is a must in our opinion. This is an OME heavy kit (OMETAC16HKSB - $1,225) with a 1" spacer under the rear 96 series springs with the OEM UCA's in the front. It leveled out the truck perfectly and clears 285/75/16 tires no problem.

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Finally got around to getting suspension and wheels/tires on our demo unit. I've heard of a few Khaya owners who have just done air bags with stock suspension...but going with a real suspension upgrade is a must in our opinion. This is an OME heavy kit (OMETAC16HKSB - $1,225) with a 1" spacer under the rear 96 series springs with the OEM UCA's in the front. It leveled out the truck perfectly and clears 285/75/16 tires no problem.

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Truck looks much better! The black and white is very nice.

Can't wait to see the Khaya on my own rig, it's recently had some work done as well.
 

BDRXO

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@Mudrak Custom Cruisers I have noticed where the heater comes out and it seems to be below the bed? Is there a problem heating the sleeping area when the bed is down?

Thanks
No problems at all. The heater works just fine w/ the bed platform in the down position...and both the main platform and the rear platform can be down...although leaving the rear platform up will offer a bit more heat flow in general...Let me know if you have any other questions.
 
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