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Old 08-06-2012, 01:57 PM   #1
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Goomba's White Lighting BUILD

Well here we go.
As she sits today: 2/1/12


LIFT:
DR Coilovers
Camburg UCA's 1"uniball
Toytec AAL
Billy 7100s custom valved(by me)

WHEELS N' TIRES:
Procomp streetlocks 16x10
Procomp X-Terrains 305/70

INTERIOR Stuff:
Addictive Audio 6x9s in the back
Cobra 25 LTD Classic under the seat
Flashlight mounted to door
LED'ed Gauge cluster

EXTERIOR Stuff:
BushWacker Cut-out fender flairs
Brush Guard (I think Truck-O-Rama makes it and they are out of business)
7" 100w Halogen Lamps converted to 75w HIDs
22" LED light bar
Cb antenna mount for caper
LEER Caper


When I got her-Rode like a cadillac, but bottomed out alot. Had to fix that

More:http://www.flickr.com/photos/7446463...7630934563564/

Lifted her the first time-So I did fix it, but it was stiff at first then started to settle in. Then I was told my tires stuck out too much and I might get a ticket for it.




BushWackers-Fixed that problem. A pain to install, but turned out grate.


100w Halogen Lamps-Then I saw collin's truck and wanted to turn my truck into the sun. meh, kinda bright




Collin's truck in blue, The man who inspired me for the lights.


Video at the citrus meet. I DID NOT EDIT THIS, rmb_crew did.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nDDE_...layer_embedded

6x9s-Then, my truck was not loud enough. Cant believe the difference in sound quality from stock.



DR coilovers-Ride was good, but I always dreamed of coilovers. So I picked me a set up from Whatthepoo. Rebuilt them with new shafts. These are amazing offroad.


Lights-The halogens were not enough, so the HID's and light bar went on. Way better than halogens


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W7SYH...0&feature=plcp

CB Radio-Needed one for wheeling so I got me one.




Then the Citrus meet with Guy


All New Rear bearings


ARB when i got her and when I installed it.



Welded the front with manual hubs


Flashlight mount


LED gauge


Things I want to do:
Complete Engine rebuild
Transmission and transfer case rebuild
Solid motor and transmission mounts or just new mounts
Lockers, front and back... DONE!
Long travel with 4 link rear(if I ever have money)
Supercharger!
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Old 08-06-2012, 05:43 PM   #2
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Nice build man! How do you put the bushwackers on? Do you have to drill holes for em? How much did you get em for?
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Old 08-06-2012, 05:51 PM   #3
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Thanks. lol I spent about $400 shipped to my door. And ya those screws go into holes in the fender that i drilled. Hard to get it perfect.
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Old 08-08-2012, 03:39 PM   #4
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Like the truck = all my suspension components are in the mail
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Old 08-08-2012, 03:53 PM   #5
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Thanks. I love my dr/icon co's and my camburg UCAs. The UCA's deff help to keep the suspension from binding.
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Old 08-08-2012, 04:57 PM   #6
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Thanks. I love my dr/icon co's and my camburg UCAs. The UCA's deff help to keep the suspension from binding.
Lol maybe one day i'll get UCAs, but i could care less about them right now. What are ur wheel measurements??
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24" up front and 23 1/2 in the back no load.


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We are headed back out for a camp /wheel weekend. Check out the back to nature bash weekend. It would be great to have ya out there
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24" up front and 23 1/2 in the back no load.
Are was referring to wheel measurements = diameter/width/backspacing/offset EX.17x9 with 4.5 b.s. and -13mm offset.
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How much more clearence did you get with the bushwackers...love the truck man.
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Are was referring to wheel measurements = diameter/width/backspacing/offset EX.17x9 with 4.5 b.s. and -13mm offset.
My bad. I have 16x10s with 3.75 bs. offset = 10"(rim width)/2 = 5 5-3.75(bs) = 1.25. 1.25" is the offset. Had to calculate it up, because all they had was the bs and rim width.


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How much more clearence did you get with the bushwackers...love the truck man.
Thanks, i gained about 1-2" more clearance on the bottom of the fender.
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So whats next on the to do list? oh and if you dont mind me asking how much did the led light bar cost you?
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I a thinking of going to manual hubs. I sunk the front driver side of the truck up to the wind shield, and water and a little mud seeped into the front wheel bearing, destroying it. I just replaced it 10k miles ago!(cost $490) :/ I may be able to pick up manual hub spindles and c/v's for 100 bucks. the light bar costed a little over $400 to my door, but they are cheaper now. I would recommend doing 5w led's instead of my 3w though.
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Was leaking a little oil and found out that i cracked my valve cover a little.... Got it all Replaced.

Looks pretty clean for 290k miles
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Old 10-29-2012, 02:43 PM   #17
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Truck looks good! Where'd you get those headlights?
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Old 10-29-2012, 05:45 PM   #18
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Thanks man.
I got them on ebay, but they are horrible, no light out put. I am thinking of retro-fitting them to get better lighting.
Link:http://www.ebay.com/itm/300790249519...S:1123&vxp=mtr
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Ahh I was looking at Hella's H4 Conversion housings. But I just picked up 2 brand new sylvania 6054's today from WalMart. So I'll let them last me for the forseable future.
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I'm not a fan of the bumpers that have brush guards for the lights, but it fits your truck really well. Looks good!
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