Time to start this project. My previous project was completed in a total of 99 days to build a custom one-off rock crawler out of a 2002 4Runner. Not sure I'll be able to keep that pace up with this project, but starting the build thread will help motivate me to keep things moving along because I like to update as frequently as possible and with lots of pictures. Fingers crossed! Project Cummins Squared, so named because it's a "Square-body" that will get a Cummins 6BT stuffed into it. The primary vehicle is a 1986 GMC 3+3 (crew cab) two-wheel drive with a GM corporate 14-bolt out back and no other drivetrain. It's a huge project that needs some body work to fix the usual rust spots on these rigs. I bought it off Facebook for the tiny sum of almost nothing and it came with a ton of parts including new sheet metal, four new rust-free doner doors, rust free doner hood, and a rust-free doner bed. The cab is where all the rust is and will need some fixing. The plan is to stuff in a Cummins 6BT mated to an NV4500 Manual transmission and a divorced NP203/205 doubler transfer case and keep the GM 14-Bolt out back and a Ford Dana 60 up front. Still debating dually or keep single rear wheels. Why Ford Dana 60? Because it's high-pinion for better clearance and because the 203 doubler setup I already have (bought for another project) is set up for Ford NP205 which is driver-side drop. Okay purists, keep your panties on. No, I don't care that Ford stuff is going on a GM vehicle. Yes, I know that GM didn't make these in a drivers-side drop, so on and so forth. Save your breath, I don't care. Parts is parts and besides Dana made the axle, not Ford. New Process made the transfer case, not Ford, etc. Now... PICS!!!