Heavy truck 4x4 conversion shops

beardinc

Observer
Anyone have any insight on any shops that do 4x4 conversions on medium/heavy duty trucks in Western Canada or PNW.

Tulsa Truck or Monroe Trucks would be a bit of a logistics nightmare. Any other 4x4 conversion specialist shops with good reputation?

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Cowpig

new guy + questions
Tri-Van truck body is near me in Ferndale, WA - they do a lot of custom builds for all sorts of industry (ambo's, service trucks, hot-shot crew transports etc). I took a tour of their facility as part of a project I'm proposing at work - it's a full service facility and they do really nice work.

that said, while mine isn't a budget build, i'm hoping to avoid needing a shop for anything since labor is a huge expense
 

rlrenz

Explorer
Tri-Van truck body is near me in Ferndale, WA - they do a lot of custom builds for all sorts of industry (ambo's, service trucks, hot-shot crew transports etc). I took a tour of their facility as part of a project I'm proposing at work - it's a full service facility and they do really nice work.

that said, while mine isn't a budget build, i'm hoping to avoid needing a shop for anything since labor is a huge expense
What everyone who's modifying a truck (or medium ambulance) needs to find is a local, independent repair shop. Freightliner touched my truck ONCE, and I'm still whimpering about their prices. I found a local place just a few miles away that I use when I run into something that I just can't handle myself, and they have found that when my truck is in the shop, I show up with a couple dozen donuts.
 

Cowpig

new guy + questions
Totally agree - a dependable mechanic with reasonable prices is someone to keep happy!
 
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