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TTB 4x4 Van Swap? New Rescue Ambulance.

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Hey Folks,

I need some opinions on the 4x4 Twin Traction Beams swap. A company founded By Ramsey El Wardani called Agile Off road does these conversions and its a lot cheaper than doing a straight axel conversion and plus Agile is located in Socal which is a big plus.

I put a lot of money into this ambulance and dont want to let it go to buy a 4x4 truck and have to start all over again. So figured why not make it a 4x4. This Ambulance is used for BITD Rescue and I want to make sure I can get to all my racers!


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Chris_Wilson

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Agile is legit. Best in the biz for 4wd vans.
 

blue dog

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If you want the slid axle, look up Ujoint.
 

JDDurfey

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I never met Ramsey, but I loved reading his posts. I imagine he would be all over this project, so I say go with Agile.
 

desertspeed

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I have a ujoint system on my van, and while i love it i wish agile had been around when i did my conversion. Ramsey gave me a ride in one of the agile vans, and the ride quality is so much better. I am still debating on whether to switch. I would absolutely go with them.


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desertspeed

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You probably already know this, but check out the 4wd van section on expedition portal. Lots of info and builds there.


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Do all you guys just pay for it up front or get a loan for it lol most people dont have 15k laying around for a kit like this.


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desertspeed

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With both U-Joint and Agile you can do it in stages so you don't have to come up with it all at once. UJoint can be done in your driveway fairly easily.
 
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