Thursday, June 26, 2008

Impact Tip - VIP

Back to the impact tips, I apologize for the interruption last week but I'm back! As I mentioned a few weeks ago, there is something new brewing at Vrai that I am excited to be a part of and announce....soon! :) But first, I want to introduce a VIP that I am so excited to partner with and feel so blessed to know. Stay tuned next week to meet our third partner in crime...

Jacklyn Greenberg is a very talented photographer in CT and has a similar philosophy on keeping the business green and living her life in a conscious way. So much that she has custom built an off road vehicle that she and her partner can live, travel, and shoot in to minimize their impact on their business. Its brilliant and really cool and I just might have to get one myself one of these days ;)

Here are the specs copied right from her blog: I recommend that you also check out her blog, travel pics, and website. She is a really unique spirit!

Specs on the greenmobile:

* Ford E-350 1 Ton, GVWR 9,500
* 6.0L Diesel
* Advanced Adapters Atlas II All Gear Driven Transfer Case
* Dynatrac Pro-Roc 60 Front Axle
* Dana 60 Rear Axle
* High Knuckle Front End for Extra Tie Rod Clearance
* Extra Heavy Duty Steering Arm
* Horizontal Drag Link Eliminates Bump Steer
* Spicer 1350 One-Ton Rated Driveline Components
* Limited Slip, or Locking Differentials
* Partial Military Wrap Springs Designed Specifically for a Sportsmobile Conversion.
* Manufactured by Sportsmobile West Inc.

Vehicle Dimensions/Characteristics
Length: RB 211.9” EB 231.9”
Width: 79.3”
Track Width: (Front/Rear) 70.5” / 70.5”
Height w/Penthouse: 91.8”
Wheel Base: 140.3”
Ground Clearance (Van Center): 16.5”
Approach / Departure Angle: 44º / 32º
Towing Capacity: 10,000 lbs.
Turning Circle: 49’ 2” curb to curb
Wheel Travel: (Front) 22” nom. (Sway Bar Disconnected)

Equipment Specifications
Engine: 6.0L Diesel
Transmission: 4R100 / Torqshift 5-speed
Transfer Case: Atlas II (3.0 or 3.8:1 gear ratio)
Axle Gear Ratio: 4.10:1 (Towing Package)
Tires/Rims: BFGAT LT285/75R16 (35” nom.)
Suspension: Partial Military Wrap Leaf Shackle System
Front Sway Bar: Standard 1.38” Dia. With Quick Disconnect System

To top it off, they also have solar panel hookups to charge our batteries and they are soon going to convert it to biodiesel and eventually a full conversion to a completely environmentally friendly - extremely low impact vehicle! This means that JAG Studios will be a completely green mobile hardcore off-road studio! AND they have a pure sine inverter that allows us to run a full dual monitor Mac Pro system, strobes, printers, the works!

And of! These are all taken of Jacklyn's blog with her permission :)

Here is Jacklyn

Stay tuned next week to see who our other partner in crime is ;)

1 comment:

malia said...

Wow... thats AWESOME!