I was home on a Tuesday for the first time since school started so I decided to go my off road club's meeting...turns out there wasn't one so I dropped by another member's house to see what was up. He's huge into 'Yota's and you could probably build 10 complete trucks (not joking) from all the parts he has around...I mentioned my build plans and figured he'd be happy I was going to a Toyota frame and cab...not so. He basically called it a waste of time and weight if I'm gonna tube most of it and exo it. He has an '85 K5 frame in excellent shape that he just wants to get rid of that I can have for free. He suggested I take that and just swap my junk over so I'll have a roller and build from there...no cab, all tube. I'm seriously considering it after he proved to me how f'in heavy a truck cab is, and then demonstrated how light .120 wall tube is in comparison. Sooo...after bull****ting with him for a couple three hours I'm seriously considering scrapping the Toy frame, switching my junk over to a clean K5 frame, boxing it, and throwing lots of tube at it...it'd be more buggy than truggy, but a lot easier to initially set the drivetrain in and make a roller out of (very important in my situation). The interior and finish would be more involved however since I'd be making it all from scratch instead of having a cab to start with. Any suggestions?