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Old 07-29-2013, 10:14 PM   #1
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As of October, 2014:

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As of August, 2014:

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SOSMeet-83.jpg by Monte Nickles Photos, on Flickr


IMG_5719 by bspringli photography, on Flickr

More photos here:
http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/tri...re-thread.html

Begin build:
I'm really only making this thread to keep track of the stuff I've done to the truck, mostly for maintenance purposes. I don't take that many pictures of the truck on trips, as I'm usually solo, for better or worse. Will try to document mods that aren't straight forward though.

First trip in the truck.


Purpose:
It seems to me, that any proper build should have a goal. An objective. Something dictating things. I care more about adventure than just about anything else. I love backpacking. I love exploring. And climbing. And other things reserved for a personal ad. The truck is just one tool to facilitate adventure. It enables me to see more, further away from home, than walking does, over a shorter period of time. As a result, the reason why I bought this truck, and continue to modify as needed, is to facilitate going on trips. And exploring new areas. As I learned from the most humble man on TW, one shall not call their truck an "expo rig." And, since, "overlanding" is entirely retarded (WTF else are you going to do? Over-sea? Please, it's a fucking truck). I'll just say: the goal of this "build" is to create an adventure rig. Goal is never to do the hardest trails, and become a crawler. Or get as radical as possible with my vehicle. The goal is to find epic areas, with preferably some solitude. And radical rock formations. And good folks around the campfire. So far, things have been going according to plan. And, for the record: The adventure does not begin the moment the pavement ends. It begins the moment you leave home. Don't let internet fuckbags convince you that you need maxtrax's, or a RTT, to go on an adventure.

Vehicle:
2003 Toyota Tacoma TRD SR5
3.4L V6 4x4 5 Speed
107K on the OD and counting

Engine:
Stock 5VZ-FE
Through-bolted motor mounts
Safari snorkel

Electrical
Duralast gold battery 27F
Dual Batteries
-DIY alu boxes
-Matching 34M's
-Wiring started
-Installed
-Wiring Scheme
Custom rats nest wiring (will be cleaned up - soon!)

Suspension:
Front
King ex-travel c/o's w/ 600lb springs
ADS ex travel + resi
All Pro diff drop (not worth it)
ES LCA poly bushings (not as hard as people make it out to be)
Sway bar delete
Rear
Bilstein 7100 12" SB 255/70
All Pro Expo leafs (would not buy again)

Brakes:
Stock / OEM ceramic pads
All pro extended rear brake line

Fluids:
Engine - Mobile 1 5w30
Tranny - Redline MT90
Diffs - Mobile 1 75w90

Wheels / Tires:
BFG KM2 33 x 10.5 r15 (best mod to date)
Level 8 Punch rims


Exterior:
Snugtop hi-liner topper (and bitchin' DIY sleep platform)
DIY satoshi

Lighting:
Hella 500 x2
Pilot fog lights
LED reverse lights

Armor:
Kickout sliders (would not buy from BAMF again)
DIY IFS skid
DIY alu bumper kit (mixed feelings)
DIY rear bumper

Recovery:
Hi-lift x2
2x shackles
4x ratchet straps
Warn tow strap
Misc tools

CB:
Uniden 520xl Pro
Firestik 4' tuneable antenna
Firestik HD spring + mount + 18' firering cable

MISC:
Ultra Gauge
Grey Wire mod
2 lo mod
ES Steering Rack Bushings
AAE Steering Rack (would not buy again)
555 ITRE
4x HD tranny mount
Windshield washer resi relocate
Fumoto oil pan drain
ES LCA Bushings Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3
Turn signals to corner lights
Fridge.

East Side 02/16-18/13
Pics

Mildy adventurous road trip with Deadhed61 (AZ/CO/UT)
i. Minor damage
ii. Context
1. Coastal california to Mojave National Preserve
2. Mojave National preserve to Grand Canyon, AZ
3. Grand Canyon to White rim, UT
4. White rim to Moab, UT
5. San Flats to Onion Creek
6. Onion Creek to Four Mile
7. Four Mile to Boulder
8. Boulder to Last Dollar Road
9. Last Dollar Road to Mill Creek (via Alpine loop)
10. Mill Creek to John Brown Canyon (San Juans, etc)
11. John Brown Canyon to Dewey Bridge Campground
12. Dewey Bridge Campground to Yankee Meadows Campground
13. Yankee Meadows Campground to the CA coast.

S.O.S. Meet (ID/MT/WY)
Picture Thread
Monte's Trip Report

Big Sur 09/11-13/14
Trip Report

CA Desert 10/23-26/14
Pics
Shawman's writeup
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Maintenance / mod log:
11/27/12 - Truck bought!
12/27/13 - New water pump (OEM)
12/27/13 - New timing belt (OEM)
12/27/13 - New belts (OEM)
12/27/13 - New spark plugs (OEM)
01/02/13 - Oil change (mobil 1)
01/02/13 - New oil filter (OEM)
01/02/13 - New air filter (OEM)
01/02/13 - Driveline greased
02/09/13 - 97,112 - Transfer case fluid change (mobile 1)
02/09/13 - 97,112 - Front diff fluid change (mobil 1)
02/14/13 - 97,160 - Rear diff fluid change (mobil 1)
02/14/13 - 97,160 - Tranny fluid change (mt90)
02/15/13 - Snugtop topper added
04/22/13 - 100,000 - Truck is officially broken in
04/25/13 - 100,049 - Front brake pads replaced (OEM)
04/30/13 - Hella 500's added behind the grill
05/17/13 - 102,047 - Seafoam'd - 1/3 to brake booster hose, 1/3 to crank, 1/3 in tank
05/19/13 - 102,128 - Oil change (mobile 1)
05/19/13 - 102,128 - New air filter (OEM)
05/19/13 - 102,128 - New oil filter (OEM)
05/19/13 - 102,128 - Driveline greased
06/01/13 - Ultragauge bought
06/09/13 - BAMF sliders ordered w/ kick
06/18/13 - Hilift donated by dedhead
06/25/13 - Got extended travel kings + TC UCA's
06/29/13 - 102,764 - Cleaned AC blower
07/19/13 - Shackles donated by friend
07/29/13 - 103,722 - Duralast Gold battery added
10/11/13 - 105,235 - Sliders welded on by DTF
10/11/13 - 105,235 - Icon 2.0rr purchased from El Rojo
10/11/13 - 105,235 - Kings + Icon's charged by DTF at 180 psi
10/13/13 - 105,325 - Ex travel kings installed
10/13/13 - 105,325 - TC UCA's installed
10/13/13 - 105,325 - Icon 2.0rr installed (too short )
10/13/13 - 105,325 - All Pro Expo leafs installed
10/26/13 - 105,581 - Exhaust cut after axle (leafs were hitting)
12/13/13 - 107,070 - All Pro extended brake line installed
12/13/13 - 107,070 - Rear brakes flushed (Orielly's DOT 3)
12/13/13 - 107,070 - Bilstein 7100s installed (AK7112SBB)
12/14/13 - 107,070 - Oil change (mobil 1)
12/14/13 - 107,070 - New oil filter (OEM)
12/14/13 - 107,070 - New air filter (OEM)
12/14/13 - 107,070 - Driveline greased
12/31/13 - 107,150 - Uniden 520xl CB + Firestik 4' + etc installed
01/01/14 - 107,150 - All Pro diff drop installed
01/01/14 - 107,150 - Sway bar removed
02/02/14 - 107,992 - ES Steering Rack Bushings (8.10103) installed
02/08/14 - 108,104 - Denso AF (234-9003)/O2 (234-4189) sensors installed
02/08/14 - 108,104 - Thermostat rotated / jiggle valve adjusted
02/16/14 - 108,262 - Steering Rack replaced with AAE 2373N + ES rack bushings
02/16/14 - 108,262 - Power steering system flushed with synthetic valvoline ATF
02/18/14 - 108,281 - Driver TC UCA Uniball replaced #WSSX16T-1
02/19/14 - 108,298 - Passenger TC UCA Uniball replaced #WSSX16T-1

03/31/14 - 109,280 - BFG KM2 33 x 10.5r15 + Level 8 Punch Rims installed
03/31/14 - 109,288 - Alignment
04/19/14 - xxx,xxx - Through bolted motor mounts
04/26/14 - xxx,xxx - 4x HD trany mount installed
05/24/14 - 110,597 - Both LBJ's replaced with OEM
05/24/14 - 110,597 - Both OTRE replaced with OEM
05/26/14 - 110,639 - Alignment
06/06/14 - 110,866 - ES LCA bushings (8.3115g) installed
06/06/14 - 110,866 - 555 ITRE installed
06/07/14 - xxx,xxx - 33x10.5r15 BFG AT + Wheelers steel rim added as fullsize spare
06/07/14 - xxx,xxx - Alignment - miscue. Will be returning for correct specs.
06/12/14 - 110,985 - Alignment
07/16/14 - xxx,xxx - ADS c/o's w/ resi's installed
07/21/14 - 114,518 - Turn signal relocate to corner lights
07/27/14 - xxx,xxx - Safari Snorkel
07/27/14 - xxx,xxx - Rear differential breather relocate
08/01/14 - 114,816 - Tires rotated (forward, no cross)
08/03/14 - 114,842 - Oil change (mobile 1)
08/03/14 - 114,842 - New air filter (OEM)
08/03/14 - 114,842 - New oil filter (OEM)
08/03/14 - 114,842 - Driveline greased
08/14/14 - 116,704 - Fubar'd tire on drail; new KM2 added
09/09/14 - 119,329 - Oil change (mobile 1)
09/09/14 - 119,329 - New air filter (OEM)
09/09/14 - 119,329 - New oil filter (OEM)
09/09/14 - 119,329 - Driveline greased
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Truck stuff:

Satoshi + Hella's



Sliders


Mid Travel



33's



Sold the topper


Built a modular alu softopper...



That promptly broke first trip wheeling (bed flexes approximately a metric fuckton* offroad, which I didn't account for)

*That's a technical term.

Which I later fixed by gussetting the crap out of it:



And started on the canvas side of things. More work to do.



Fab'd a IFS skid plate:



Built an alu front bumper


Add'd some resi's



Installed a snorkel:


Started fabbing up a rear bumper....


Built some other stuff one day I'll add in here.....

And a number of other shit linked above.
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Welding stuff:

The progression of DIY / teaching myself....

I think this was the third day welding....




Getting a little better.... fourth day I believe... welding with gas and pushing the puddle works out way better for me:



Then finished my first real project... a cart, complete with space for plasma cutter (the dream) and two tanks:





Now working on learning alu with the spool gun. Second day trying:




ALU bumper:
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It turns out Icon 2.0RR are too short for expos regardless of input provided from people on this forum, including an "esteemed" and prolific vendor on here. Lesson learned the hard way: cycle your suspension before buying shocks.

I wanted something rebuildable / revalvable. After talking to a couple helpful folks on here (Namely Monte and Lumpskie), it was brought to my attention that the 12" SB 7100s could be perfect, as the compressed length is 16.1 and the extended is 27.68.

These shocks however, come with 1/2" heims, which do not fit on stock mounting location (18mm). This leads to the following how to. If you break your face / and or shocks and or tools / it's not my fault. My methods are off the redneck / jerry rig variety. SO:

How to put bushings in 7100s to fit stock mounting locations

When I first ordered the shocks, one was leaking from the factory:


So then I ordered a replacement, which oddly enough had some different numbers on the shock than the other one from the first order:
First order:

Replacement:

Talked to Bilstein and they confirmed these are still the same shocks with the same valving.

The actual model number is the AK7112SBB. Quick bit about model number since it's not described that well anywhere. All of the 7100 shocks start with AK71. The next two digits are the travel in inches (12"). SB = short body. B is the valving (255/70 in my case). You may want different valving for your application. That was what Billstein suggested I run based on my truck (I typically carry 300-500lbs in the rear of my truck). They mentioned that they recommend 180/75 for folks who are entirely unloaded in the back for small/midsize pickups like hours. Regardless, I am not a valving expert and it's worth a call when / if you order these shocks.

First things first... grab yourself your IPA of choice (This happens to be the Lagunitas):


You're going to need a ball joint press. Or a vice or press of choice. I used a bj press. I rented it from O'reilly's


These are the other primary tools you'll need:
Flat heads of varying (small) size, 15mm socket, 17mm socket, 24mm socket


You're also going to want a spare 2x4 or scrap piece of plywood. If you get caveman, a BFH and large C clamp are useful to. You'll see why....

These are the bushings you want: Energy Suspension 3/4" ID Hourglass bushings (9.8108G [black] or 9.8108R [red]). When you order them, they come in a pack of two. So, you need two packs total to do both rear shocks top and bottom. Some folks use this opportunity to do a u bolt flip, at which point they'll keep the heims on the bottom and just use the bushings up top. Anyways, now you know.


Getting started....

OK so there are two snap rings that hold the heim in. One side looks like this:


You could use a snap ring tool if you want. It's not really necessary for this, and just as easy to get out with a small flat head. How I did it - wedge a small flathead in the gap here:


The give it a twist and or work the flathead around, prying the snap ring out. It should come out pretty easily.


Now, you have two options: 1) Get the other snap ring out first and the heim second or 2) Push the heim out first and the PITA snap ring second

I think it's worth trying to get the other snap ring off first. It's a serious PITA as there's no hole for the snap ring pliers and no gap to easily wedge a flat head into. I DID successfully get 2/4 of the PITA snaprings out before pressing the heims out, like so:



Then, finish your beer:


And grab a banquet beer because you're poor and can only afford so much of the fancy stuff:


This is my method of getting 'em out:


Press the 17mm against the heim, pushing it into the 24mm on the other side. The big ol' c clam is useful if you don't have a bench vise and need something to hold the bj press in place, as shown above. Caveman shit.

Eventually you'll press the heim through (requires some elbow grease). You'll know when it's through (probably will hear a bang, or notice the shock eyelet is now free-sliding on the bj press


And it's out!


The bummer of my caveman approach is you've now lodged a heim into your 24mm socket:


Getting it out's pretty easily though. Wedge a flat head from behind, like so:


Give a solid tap with your BFH:


And it's out:


If you couldn't get that PITA snap ring out from the back, you can press the heim out first, using the 15mm socket, using the same technique as above (with the 24mm on the other side). I got lucky on the shock I was taking pictures of doing this method, and was able to just push the heim out with my thumb. There is no way I could do that with the other ones. Anyways, you've then got the easy snapring and heim pressed out:



You can try to pry that PITA snapring out, but I couldn't find a good way to grab it. The geniuses at Bilstein did not make it easy since the snap ring gab is angled / /. Easiest way I found was to grab that 17mm socket and press it through, much like the method to press the hiem out:




By doing this, you'll end up wedging that 17mm socket in the eyelet. It may damage your socket if it's cheap shit. I didn't have any issues. Anyways, now grab that 15mm and keep pressing:


This method will mangle the shit out of that snapring. But, who cares? An 18mm socket may work better than the 17mm, but my sockets jump from 17mm to 19mm so i didn't have a way to test that. Might be worth trying if you have one though.

Andddd it's out:


OK so by either method you've got the snap rings and heims pressed out.

Put some grease in that eyelet (is it necessary - probably not, but I learned my lesson with squeaky leaf bushings that were supposed to be self-greasing):


Now's the fun part: pressing the hourglass bushing in. Much like the method of pressing the heim out, use the 24mm socket on one side and press the bushing in on the other. I found using a small piece of scrap wood (in this case 3/4" plywood) makes it a hell of a lot easier. If you don't push perfectly straight in with the press, the bushing will go flying. Ask me how i know . By using the piece of wood, you can fine-toon the angle it goes in by grabbing the wood and angling it straight in:


Keep pressing and wham-bam: you've got bushings in!



And here they are on the truck (you need to adjust your stock bumps):

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I guess this thread's no longer a secret. Hello world

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Old 12-12-2013, 12:09 AM   #12
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Old 12-12-2013, 01:03 AM   #13
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Maybe you should have called it TimmyB's secret build page...
I like that idea. Mod PM'd

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Living a lie
Well that just about sums up my entire life

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I bring the people with me! Sorry about the canadian
Haha it was bound to happen. I was trying to get it more organized and a little further along with the build first, but it is what it is. Hopefully the 7100 info will help someone

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Old 12-12-2013, 06:01 PM   #16
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Hey Timmy,


Let's see some pics of your shocks installed!
Tomorrow! Was going to today, but figured it'd be a better idea after installing the extended brake line (getting help from a fellow TW member tomorrow). Never got around to it when I went MT, since you know, my shocks are limiting down travel before the stock line gets too stretched .
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Old 12-13-2013, 11:08 PM   #18
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Old 12-13-2013, 11:15 PM   #19
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next you open a 3rd beer and put the duct tape away.


just kidding


about the duct tape that is.

good job timmy.
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