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Need a little info on these little trucks....

Discussion in 'General Truck Info' started by ScubaCat, Jan 6, 2009.

  1. ScubaCat

    ScubaCat New Member

    1. Can they be certified for on road use?

    2. Can they be converted to LHD and if so how much $ and who does it?

    3. Are they available with van bodies?

    I would like to find a van bodied 4x4 diesel with LHD that could handle a standard pallet in the bed for light weight deliveries.

    Thanks all!
  2. Mighty Milt

    Mighty Milt Active Member

    #1 try the search button

    #2 try the seach function

    #3 try the seach button

    ok, just kidding... but seriously try the search function :D

    1 - depends on where you live

    2 - not worth the effort just try and find one that's LHD they're out there but just a lot less.

    3 they are available as vans and "deck vans" that are a van front with a small bed in the rear... best of both worlds really.

    kei class trucks are not available as oil burners... they are all gas engines with either 550cc or 660cc engines
  3. glenn

    glenn Member

    okay, standard answers.......yes, no, maybe and only once in st louis...lol...

    milt...those deck vans box in the back is so small.......ugghhhh

    to make them street legal depends on where you live

    converting to left hand drive.....not too safe I've heard

    vans are available...sure (south of the border "you bet!")

    gas engines are quite fine...why diesel?

    btw...what's wrong with right hand drive?....not too hard to learn and easy to see around cause of the tight width.....only drawback is in the drive-thru...you need long arms unless you go thru...ummmm..backwards...right milt?....LOL


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