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Old 01-03-2013, 10:40 AM   #22
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I saw you in Kelowna yesterday! I was in kelowna for work and spotted you coming from a distance and thought to myself, "oh hey, another tacoma that's sweet!" I quickly realized that it was one of my favorite truck's on this forum. Seriously tight build my friend, great looking truck.
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Were you the one that removed the bottom plastic part that held the old front blinkers? I want to know what I need to take off in order to remove that piece, also, did you plasti dip the bumper part above that? And did you have to cut holes for your new blinkers in the front to fit into that bumper or did they go on the front of it?
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Were you the one that removed the bottom plastic part that held the old front blinkers? I want to know what I need to take off in order to remove that piece, also, did you plasti dip the bumper part above that? And did you have to cut holes for your new blinkers in the front to fit into that bumper or did they go on the front of it?


I pretty much want this as well i loved this idea and wonder how can i get it done and also how can i paint all the chrome to matte black!
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I pretty much want this as well i loved this idea and wonder how can i get it done and also how can i paint all the chrome to matte black!
The lover valance can be removed by a bunch of i think 8 or 10mm bolts that hold it to the chrome metal part of the bumper. Lots of mine were seized so I just yanked it off as I wasnt planning on using it again.

I used Plastidip to paint all my chrome surfaces.. I know some people hate on plastidip but I would say it holds up beter to rock chips ect then a rattle can paint job. Search Plastidip in this forum and you will see lots on it if you havent allready.
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Were you the one that removed the bottom plastic part that held the old front blinkers? I want to know what I need to take off in order to remove that piece, also, did you plasti dip the bumper part above that? And did you have to cut holes for your new blinkers in the front to fit into that bumper or did they go on the front of it?
See my response above for the first 2 questions you asked. I had to drill 2 holes for each blinker.. One for the wiring and the other two that actually hold the blinker in place. They are holding up great so far and I love the look of the LED
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The lover valance can be removed by a bunch of i think 8 or 10mm bolts that hold it to the chrome metal part of the bumper. Lots of mine were seized so I just yanked it off as I wasnt planning on using it again.

I used Plastidip to paint all my chrome surfaces.. I know some people hate on plastidip but I would say it holds up beter to rock chips ect then a rattle can paint job. Search Plastidip in this forum and you will see lots on it if you havent allready.

Sweet thanks i might give it a try but i need to find out how to relocate my blinker lights i wish there was an easy way without rewiring i dont want to blow a fuse because i have in past for messing with wires
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I saw you in Kelowna yesterday! I was in kelowna for work and spotted you coming from a distance and thought to myself, "oh hey, another tacoma that's sweet!" I quickly realized that it was one of my favorite truck's on this forum. Seriously tight build my friend, great looking truck.
Hey thanks man I appreciate it! Do you have pics of your truck on here? I will have to look after this because chances are I saw you.
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Old 01-06-2013, 01:05 AM   #29
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here's a neat pic from a drive in Penticton
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Great looking truck. Are you running spacers with the 12.5 tires?
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Old 01-06-2013, 11:58 AM   #31
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See my response above for the first 2 questions you asked. I had to drill 2 holes for each blinker.. One for the wiring and the other two that actually hold the blinker in place. They are holding up great so far and I love the look of the LED
So are the led you installed now your new blinkers or did you relocate your blinkers into the side markers?
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So are the led you installed now your new blinkers or did you relocate your blinkers into the side markers?
The LED's are now my blinkers
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Old 01-06-2013, 06:37 PM   #33
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Great looking truck. Are you running spacers with the 12.5 tires?
Nope not running spacers. Just the wheels!
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Old 01-07-2013, 09:28 AM   #34
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Hey thanks man I appreciate it! Do you have pics of your truck on here? I will have to look after this because chances are I saw you.
lol. I was driving a semi...I don't think you would have recognized me. I do have a meager start at a build thread on here. Just click in my sig.
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Old 01-08-2013, 02:37 PM   #35
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Sweet thanks i might give it a try but i need to find out how to relocate my blinker lights i wish there was an easy way without rewiring i dont want to blow a fuse because i have in past for messing with wires
It couldnt be easier with the blinkers. Its just 2 wires and your done.. no crazy wiring at all. If you cant stand the hyper blinking you have to add a resitior but thats eas also.

It looks like im going to be getting a Trail Gear front bumper so if someone wants my LED lights and Bumper im sure we could work something out.
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It couldnt be easier with the blinkers. Its just 2 wires and your done.. no crazy wiring at all. If you cant stand the hyper blinking you have to add a resitior but thats eas also.

It looks like im going to be getting a Trail Gear front bumper so if someone wants my LED lights and Bumper im sure we could work something out.
I was thinking of getting that one too cant wait to see it on your truck to see how it will look
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Looks super clean. Very nice
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Looks super clean. Very nice

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im in the debate of removing my lower valence, subd for further investigation
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Old 02-06-2013, 10:51 PM   #40
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