OK fellas, this is going to be fun! Let's brainstorm some ideas for the BIG fellas out there (including myself). I'm 6'7" 320lbs with LONG legs. My left knee is pretty much braced up against the dash under the light switch. I barely fit in this thing, but I had to get one because they are so bad a$$!
I have had a few thoughts: Please throw out some ideas if you have any.
1. The Cooler/More Complex plan: Major surgery - Strip the Beast down to the chassis and extend the chassis 4-6" in the footwell area (the flat floor is what I'm thing here). It would involve extending some linkages, lines, the front driveshaft, the roll cage, make a new floor, and a few other details. Overall, if you have the fabrication skills, I don't think it's really that complicated - just a lot of work, but hey, I might have the 1st Extended Chassis Teryx in the world! (as far as I know)
2. The Simpler plan: Try to move the seat back - This would involve redesigning the roll cage behind the seat, relocating the seat belt tensioner, remounting the seat. This would only get you an extra 3 inches or so, unless you cut into the bed and go back further, rendering the dump bed useless (not really that important to me).
3. The Not Pretty Plan: Cut into the dash - Not something I have really explored, but could work. Completely dismantle the dash and make more knee room for the long legged people. This is less desirable to me, because I still have an awkward driving position and it's uncomfortable to be in that very upright position.
Bring on the Brainstorming!!!