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Old 12-11-2011, 10:37 PM   #1
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My o2 taco TRD

So this is my 02 tacoma pre-runner, trd. 2wd, this is when i first got it
When i first got it, it had 154k miles on it, and it had fabtech coils, very old, so i replaced them with new fabtech co's dirtlogics 2.5 i also added 4 kc's and a light bar, and a flowmaster, pipe comes out thru the cab.
couple months later i added some pro comp co's in the rear, had some mounts made for them and installed them.
After having a semi mid travel up front and rear i decided to go front LT with the engage 2nd gen kit. Bought it from a member and installed that. After the Lt i decided to go rear LT and had LSK do my rear. Bought some bilstein 17in smooth bodies, bought my 50T pack from tcyota, a member on DR. So worked my way up pretty quick, stoked to test the truck. Does pretty well, just need some valving. This past september i purchased fully fabricated spindles from SOLO MOTORSPORTS and now im 7inches wide per side. No big deal.
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Old 12-11-2011, 10:57 PM   #2
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So this is my 02 tacoma pre-runner, trd. 2wd, this is when i first got it
When i first got it, it had 154k miles on it, and it had fabtech coils, very old, so i replaced them with new fabtech co's dirtlogics 2.5 i also added 4 kc's and a light bar, and a flowmaster, pipe comes out thru the cab.
couple months later i added some pro comp co's in the rear, had some mounts made for them and installed them.
this is in baja at the Mexican Logistics 300, sponsored by tavo vildosola
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Old 12-11-2011, 10:59 PM   #3
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this were the fabtechs that were installed when i bought the taco, they were sooo shot! lol
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Old 12-11-2011, 10:59 PM   #4
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and these are the new ones
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Old 12-12-2011, 07:11 AM   #5
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Sweet! Which Flowmaster is it? and what do you mean by- "pipe comes out thru the cab"
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Old 12-12-2011, 04:03 PM   #6
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Sweet! Which Flowmaster is it? and what do you mean by- "pipe comes out thru the cab"
i think its a stage 2, the exhaust tio comes out beneath the passenger cab you can actually see it in one of the pics
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Old 12-12-2011, 04:22 PM   #7
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so you have coilovers and leaf springs in the rear?
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Old 12-12-2011, 09:08 PM   #8
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so you have coilovers and leaf springs in the rear?
oh no lol i took off the springs off the shocks
its cuz i got them for free so i just had to use them u know lol
but i took the coils off and just left the shock itself on
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any more pics of the setup you have in the rear? Looks interesting.
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oh no lol i took off the springs off the shocks
its cuz i got them for free so i just had to use them u know lol
but i took the coils off and just left the shock itself on
oh i was thinking it was some custom setup with coilover instead of leaf springs. reguardless, nice truck
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Cool truck man, nice color!
lol thanks bro! thanks everybody, ill post pics of the setup in a few
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Old 12-13-2011, 07:23 PM   #13
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so this is the bracket that supports the hoop, and the mounts for the shock..
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so this is the bracket that supports the hoop, and the mounts for the shock..
looks good but what I dont understand is why there are shocks on the back that are meant to have a coil on them did the previous owner have those on to make it stiffer or something?
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looks good but what I dont understand is why there are shocks on the back that are meant to have a coil on them did the previous owner have those on to make it stiffer or something?
oh no i put them on, i got them for free! lol
ill put some bypasses when i get the money and ill sell these, but i put them on cuz my uncles who race in baja had them sitting there in the box brand new so i took em
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its actually not that stiff, the shocks are charged at 75lbs if not a little less
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oh no i put them on, i got them for free! lol
ill put some bypasses when i get the money and ill sell these, but i put them on cuz my uncles who race in baja had them sitting there in the box brand new so i took em
ahhhhhhhh ok well that makes sense
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its actually not that stiff, the shocks are charged at 75lbs if not a little less
well i was refering to the pic with the coils on them
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yeah, but bypasses are my next thing on the back and maybe sell these bad boys, there brand new, havent done anything too hard
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thats when i first slapped them on, then i realized it was too stiff and i took off the coils! lol
i did it myself so, i learned thru it aha
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