I am with bob on gasifiing being real, it is takeing me a while too get more comfretable with driveing with, though as you get used too when your filters start too plug, all runs well up till then, last week i had no silicone yet for my new gassy, so i mixed up some varnish with white ash and set my rope seal in hopper and made too scrap yard, 7000 pounds gross weight with my 4.3 s10 on wood.then when i filled with wood at scrap yard the rope seal come unglued from the heat, i poped the door seal back in place, lined up the seam and made it back home 16 miles no hick ups.amen. I weighed out at 4600. It was a little slow off the line with full load though i took the back roads black top not much traffic rought.no more riged door seals, the high temp silicon is on its way.Ounce we get fermilur with our gasifiers they will get much more comfortable.Good luck Mike with your build, br carefull on the extra weight, i over built my first unit and its a bit too heavy for dakota.well its serprizing how fast weight can add in such a compact space. My 3/4 ton heavy duty truck springs are leaning too the gasifier side of truck even with the gassy transfered too a trailer unit. I would stick too the lighter side of the plans as posible, best posible build, BBB.