The difference between Bullant Engineering and our competitors is with our process and quality. We convert the cargo hold whilst maintaining the cabin and optimising the load distribution of the vehicle.
The use of zinc anneal sheeting along with sealed TIG welding of the existing cabin creates a water tight seal. A radius rolled edge with internal roll bar along the conversion line provides ultimate strength and safety, while maximising the factory aesthetic. A pressed recessed back wall for factory ventilation housing, custom wiring harnesses and a premium paint job with added rust prevention completes the factory look of a Bullant build. Our extra attention, time and effort going into both the visual aspect and the structural integrity makes for what we believe to be the best build in the business.
Why trust Bullant with your conversion?
Extend your rig for even more flexibility! Bullant Engineering offer two chassis extension lengths to maximise your loading and touring capacity. Both extension lengths are fully engineered and compliant and include extensions to all vehicle components so that it’s just like driving it out of the showroom. This includes; tail shaft extension including a centre bearing mount and two-piece shaft for the 600mm option, all electrical lines, brake lines, exhaust etc.
- A Standard Chop: Provide a 1350mm OD tray length
- 330mm Extension: Provides a 1700mm OD tray length
- 600mm Extension: Provides a 1950mm OD tray length
A 600mm extension can also include the provision of wheel arch toolboxes in the cab of the vehicle.
Frequently Asked Questions
A dual cab Landcruiser conversion is a modification process that transforms a standard 200 Series Landcruiser Wagon into a dual cab ute with additional cargo space.
Dual cab conversions provide the flexibility of having both seating for passengers and a larger cargo area, making it ideal for those who require both utility and passenger-carrying capabilities, combined with the luxury and comfort of a 200 Series wagon.
The conversion process typically includes removing the rear section of the Landcruiser Wagon, extending the chassis if required, installing a dual cab rear wall, adding a tray or canopy to the rear, and making necessary modifications to the vehicle's electrical and mechanical systems.
Bullant Engineering specializes in converting 200 Series Landcruiser Wagons into dual cab utes. However, it's best to consult with them directly to confirm if your specific vehicle is suitable for conversion.
Bullant Engineering will be able to complete the re-registration of your vehicle post-conversion. It’s important to note that existing vehicle modifications such as existing GVM upgrades or after-market components may impact the re-registration process so please discuss these with your Bullant representative.
For customers outside of Western Australia, you may need to obtain approvals or certifications for the converted vehicle. It's important to check with your local transport authority or Bullant Engineering to ensure compliance with all legal requirements.
GVM (Gross Vehicle Mass) upgrades are modifications that increase the maximum allowable weight of the vehicle. These upgrades are crucial if you plan to carry or tow heavy loads, ensuring the vehicle remains safe and compliant with legal requirements. The standard GVM upgrade offered by Bullant Engineering is 4,000 Old Man Emu suspension and Airbagman Airbags. Other options may be available – just speak with the Bullant Team.
Your Brake Towing Capacity is retained at 3,500kg post conversion.
No, the GCM of the vehicle is retained as per the original manufacturer’s specifications. Western Australia Transport Authority does not currently allow for any upgrades to be made to the GCM of light vehicles.
Yes, a properly executed dual cab Landcruiser conversion should retain the vehicle's off-road capabilities. Bullant Engineering takes into account the vehicle's original design and incorporates necessary modifications to maintain its off-road performance.
The duration of the conversion process may vary depending on factors such as the complexity of the conversion, customization requirements, and the current workload of Bullant Engineering.
As a guide, a standard conversion (without chassis extension) takes between 8 to 10 weeks. An extension build takes between 10-12 weeks. Bullant Engineering will require for the vehicle for the entire duration of the build. If you have a specific trip or timeframe in mind, please discuss this with us directly.
Please note that these FAQs provide general information and it's advisable to contact Bullant Engineering directly for more specific and up-to-date details regarding their dual cab Landcruiser conversions and associated services.
Watch this space – we are not currently converting 300 Series vehicles, but watch this space or stay connected on social media for updates.
Unfortunately, we only have compliance to do conversions 200 series Landcruisers at this stage.