I have got quite a lot done in the last couple weeks so here it goes.
Rear air has been installed.This was a fairly simple job in all it took me about six hours in all to complete.I originally was planning on using the rear air out of my parts van,but since my van didn't have the factory rear air prep package(metal lines that run down the frame and stop behind driver seat)I bought a whole new system.The whole package deal was $695 from twinairproducts.com. That included all lines fittings hose clamps and wiring.This system uses its own wiring harness and doesn't connect to the b-post factory harness. Here is a pic that i copied and pasted from the website.
I strongly recommend this company if anyone is looking to add a rear air system to their cargo van.They have been very helpful in answering all my questions and they didn't debit my bank account until the unit was in transit.
freon and coolant lines
new fitting to connect the factory and aftermarket lines.
dash removed and new switch is installed.
Finally got my fuel tank welded so I'm somewhat behind on my t-case install.I ended up shortening the fuel tank from my '99 parts van so that I would still have a driveable van while she was being welded.Once I took the original tank out I noticed a few differences.For one the shortened tank hand two outlets one large and one small.
The tank that was removed had only one.I ended up using a rubber plug that you can see in the picture to stop up the second outlet.The next thing was the vents on either end had different type fittings.They simply twisted out and i swapped out new for old.I lost a total of three gallons once the tank was shortened.
Here are a few pics of the interior.
These seats are removable with a lever so I will be building additional seat bases so that we can use the seats under the awning outside the van.