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Old 10-16-2011, 02:58 AM   #1
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Bociephuses build

This here is my new 2003 double cab.



My first yota was a 95.5 tacoma which i started building up after i found tacomaworld, but i never got to making a build up page for it. This was it when it was stock..



And this was it after i started modding it Roughly a year and half after i bought it. The picture was takin on a camping trip about three weeks before i traded it in for the new one. it had a 3" toytec lift, K&N cold air intake, flowmaster muffler, kenwood deck, delta tool box, lund lighted visor, 32" bighorn m/t with window tint. still miss it sometimes..



Here's my new toy a 2003 TRD double cab. took it to schwabs to swap my newer tires onto it. My old one is on the right.



This is it at home with the after the tire swap. I thought it would suck having to give up those black rims, but it actually looks better imo. Its already got a 3" revteck lift (which i cant stand, but its something at least), K&N cold air intake, and window tint.



After a couple of weeks of havin er i decided to go buy the kevlar role in bed liner



I try to go wheeling everyother weekend or so with chaz 834. I finally got to actually takin some pictures this weekend while we were out.











testin out the flex of the revtek system

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Old 10-16-2011, 03:15 AM   #2
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looks nice man! thought about getting a ’01 to ’04 or something. and making a trail rig that i could drive every day if i wanted. but that way i could keep my ’07 looking nice with out allot of dents and stuff. but also like the idea of having a truck i can drive on the road and go places others have no chance at going.
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Old 10-16-2011, 10:01 AM   #3
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thanks man! Im happy with it so far. I LOVE having the TRD! those lockers are amazing, already tested those out a couple times and was really impressed. i also try to keep it as clean as i can by not getting so many scratches and stuff so i know what ya mean
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Old 10-16-2011, 10:36 AM   #4
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Its about time you make a build page Bo

Looks good mang!!!!
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Old 10-16-2011, 11:20 AM   #5
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no shnit right. thanks man
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Old 10-22-2011, 07:34 PM   #6
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Good Looking Truck Man! Wheels look great on it!
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Old 10-24-2011, 11:02 AM   #7
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Good Looking Truck Man! Wheels look great on it!
Thanks Spyro! i have some friends that said the black ones were cool but i disagreed. Glad to see someone else prospective that agrees with me
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Hows the roll on bedliner working out for ya? I've been debating on doing it, or just paying more for a Line X bed.
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Old 10-27-2011, 12:04 AM   #9
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Hows the roll on bedliner working out for ya? I've been debating on doing it, or just paying more for a Line X bed.
Nothing wrong with it so far. Plus it looks good in my opinion. Its got a pretty rough texture to it which i liked cuz i hate it when my stuff slides around in the back. It was either the Kevlar or the Herculiner that i wanted to get. the Herculiner was a little too rough of a texture for my liking
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Thanks Spyro! i have some friends that said the black ones were cool but i disagreed. Glad to see someone else prospective that agrees with me

I have never been a fan of Black Wheels. Truck looks way better the way it is. Just dont see the point of spending alot of money for wheels that are black. Thats just my opinion..
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I have never been a fan of Black Wheels. Truck looks way better the way it is. Just dont see the point of spending alot of money for wheels that are black. Thats just my opinion..
Thanks man. yeah i can agree with ya there to a point. i think SOME tucks can pull it off but not too many.
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Old 11-03-2011, 03:06 PM   #13
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factory leaf springs with an aal I'm assuming?
no its just got blocks in the back. i hate the set up, but i dont have the money to get what i want yet.
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gotcha... I hear ya. Looks great though! We have the same truck but mine isn't a TRD

Also, I meant to ask..did you say those are 32" tires? With a 3" lift they fill up the wheel wells pretty good. They look like 33's
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gotcha... I hear ya. Looks great though! We have the same truck but mine isn't a TRD

Also, I meant to ask..did you say those are 32" tires? With a 3" lift they fill up the wheel wells pretty good. They look like 33's
Thanks man! yeah they're 32s lol. i bought it with the revteck 3" lift on it but i dont know if its a good lift. I noticed your truck has the bilstiens with the eibach coils so yours probably sits higher. my cousin has the same set up but he has 33s and it looks really good. his truck sits about 2 inches higher in the front and an inch higher in the back (because of his 33s) so i assume an inch of that is from having that set-up. He used to have the revteck system on his and it didnt sit near as tall. so thats my two cents against my crappy lift
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Yea the eibachs make my 32" look a little small..not sold on moving up to 33's though. I'm content for now.
yeah i dont mind them at all. how much did you score that shell for? I wouldn't mind getting one later down the road for camping trips and stuff
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"bociephus"?
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"bociephus"?
ha yeah. couldnt really think of anything else at the time. thought i could make it original (for a tacomaworld name).
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Did some more wheeling this weekend. I about got stuck in this, funny how the picture took the steepness out of it. Went into it by accident and thought i was gonna slide back to the bottom into the trees haha. thank god for the lockers!


Thought this was a good view




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