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Posted: Mon Jan 09, 2017 12:16 pm
by AmboLander
AmboLander: 2000 E350 Type III 7.3 PSD (185k miles)
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Quigley 4x4 Conversion
Agile RIP Suspension Kit (custom valved FOX shocks and Steering Stabilizer"
Mickey Thompson 375/65R16 (36''x15'') MTZ P3 Tires
Custom DIY 4'' air intake
SCT Live Wire Tuner from Twisted Metal w/Innovative Diesel 65HP Towing Tune
GlowShift gauges from Diesel Manor
Wicked Wheel 2 from Rudy's Performance Parts (ebay)
Turbo blanket (ebay)
Bigg Boost from Fast Guyz (ebay)
4'' Diamond Eye Exhaust w/Muffler from Power Performance Period (ebay)
Up Pipe Kit from DieselCare
HPX from RiffRaff
203 degree thermostat from Dieselsite
6.0 Transmission Cooler Upgrade
Crush sleeves and plenum boots from Dieselsite
Aluminum Billet FPR and seal kit from Diesel Orings (72 psi w/stock injectors)
All recommended fuel mods from PowerStroke Help
Derale trans cooler w/fan and Magnefine inline filter NAPA
Coolant filtration system from Dieselsite
DIY modified hitch Cargo rack from Amazon
Light Bar from Amazon
Hood vents from ebay
LED box ceiling lights w/dimmer
Ridgeyard Water Heater from Amazon
Flame King 2 burner stove from Amazon
1000amh Rolls Surrette battery bank (Yes, I reinforced the under framing of that compartment)
3x150 watts of panels (will probably add a 4th)
3000 watt marine grade inverter (Modified Sine)
Currently tied into the box through the Ambo Motherboard
Modified the rear switch panel and have ran dedicated circuits to 12 sockets
and USB's scattered about.
Removable Seats and mounts out of early model Aerostar from LKQ
Flooring is 1'' diamond gym matting. Feels good on the feet, and did lessen road noise just a bit.
Fridge Freezers - Dometic (Danfoss compressor) and Coleman (Stirling compressor) from Craigslist
Mr. Heater Big Buddy heater from Amazon
I am hoping to do the SRW mod in 2017, address the sagging rear springs, put it on 35's, clean up and paint the under carriage, and color change the exterior with Raptor Liner.
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But first, I am going to enjoy some excursion time.


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Posted: Mon Jan 09, 2017 12:22 pm
by AmboLander

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Re: AmboLander

Posted: Tue Jan 10, 2017 12:30 am
by ARV Team
Ambolander honored to have you post up, I love so many things you have done to yours that I wanna do to my Ambo as well

Hope to follow your updates

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Posted: Tue Jan 10, 2017 12:33 am
by OutlawImages
Great build, very informative. Its gets my motivation running to get things done on mine

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Posted: Tue Jan 10, 2017 1:04 pm
by Ryan Adams
Very clean build, wish I had the talent some of you guys do LOL Gonna do my best on mine but fear mine wont look this good

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Posted: Tue Jan 10, 2017 7:50 pm
by coachgeo
Did you put Lap Belt (seat belt) attachments in the floor or is that built into the frame of the seat? Was the floor steel? Or did you bolt in the removable seat mounts you removed from the junkyard van?

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Posted: Wed Jan 11, 2017 9:40 am
by AmboLander
Belts are OEM mounted to the seats. And I went to the junkyard with a sawsall, cuts chunks of the Aerostar frame out for each mount, then drilled out the 50+ spot welds for each mount, hammered and chiseled them out, cleaned them up, cut slots in Ambo flooring, and through bolted them to the floor.
It isn't for the faint hearted, but it is the end product that I was determined to have. And lets face it, doing these DIY Ambo conversions isn't for The Meek!! lol

Re: AmboLander

Posted: Sun Jun 11, 2017 5:48 am
by AmboLander
Installed the 26 row trans cooler yesterday.

I meant to take pics while doing it, but I was dodging showers, so that just didn't happen....

There is plenty of room in there, but you have to modify all of the brackets and whatnot.
Not a horrible job, if you have a 6-pack. Or 12 pack in my case.......
I would have finished a lot earlier, had my neighbor not been getting in my way and
offering ALL of his advice.... A good dude, though.

I went for about a 45 minute drive afterwards, including the highway, and it seems that it's zone is now 142-150 degrees.
It was upper 80's and soupy, here in Tampa today. Before, I was running a Derale w/fan, and it was under performing. I am now content.

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Posted: Sun Jun 11, 2017 2:11 pm
by 97 Crestline
Your old cooler could make a good p/s cooler :D

Re: AmboLander

Posted: Sun Jun 11, 2017 5:23 pm
by Mickeymouse
Awesome Ambulance.. I love what you have done... Excellent