Anyone else have problems when "wheelin" that the body panels flex enough that it sounds like someone is walking on your roof? Every time I did a creek crossing while hunting, easing over the bumps and holes, (I'm assuming it was) the roof would make that sound. I *know* what flexing sheet metal sounds like, and that is most definitely what it is. There was a picture (on here maybe) that showed the roof of a Chev truck when wheeling, and the roof had a nice crease in it from the body twist. (not permanent) I'd rather not let this keep happening, but without some real serious body off the frame work, is that possible? I'd think poly bushings, except the 1/2 ton frame is so flimsy, tying it to the body can't help much I'd expect. Thoughts or experiences on the same? (PS, not like its incredible or anything, but I was crossing water deep enough to be testing the doors water tight capabilities where the flexing was occurring. Not having carpet pays off big time! 24"+ depth. More concerned with being swept downstream than flooding it obviously. Nothing like a little excitement to a trip : ) Dorian My tech/links page: <a target="_blank" href=http://www.dorianyeager.com/index2.html>www.dorianyeager.com/index2.html</a> Why insist on counting when the ring gear has the tooth counts stamped in?