The wheels that are on the van in the last photos are factory 3140 alloys...no one is supposed to notice the dodge caps I have been trying some new wheels out. And will post them next.
The rack is home built....but if you research ujoint's racks that is a close solution to building your own. High quality and affordable. Good luck
The new van has a action van 4" lift front and rear and it is still 2wd. If I were to do it again I would do the ujoint conversion. I installed it myself and it was as much labor as a partial 4wd conversion.
The fiberine top was also self installed on my previous van, it is real basic sawzall to cut the hole and then bolted and screwed. I used the reverse lip so no exterior trim was needed. I purchased the non insulated and added carpet to the inside for sound and insulation.
My plans are pretty minimal for interior on my current , I have double benches for the back that fold into a bed. They are removable and I use those when camping and traveling. I've put so far just over 60,000 miles in the past year and is probably my favorite van that I've owned.