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Old 08-04-2013, 10:34 PM   #1
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95 taco's 2003 DC 4x4 build

latest update!!!! (6/8/14)
Installed a 410 watt inverter under the passenger seat, charged my macbook for 20 minutes with the AC on max and feet only and the inverter was cool to the touch, so I shouldn't have heat issues.

And I fixed the upholder tabs. Followed this write up, and used this material (Pittim recommended it)

(5/14/14)
Got my scangauge2 installed, really happy with it.



(05/6/14)
Bought an scan gauge 2, and plasti-dipped my hood.


(04/6/14)
Bought and installed a powered sub under the drivers seat, really happy with it.



(03/29/14)
Got my new leafs and shocks installed today, I haven't measured how much lift it gave, but i'm now sitting stinkbug.


I also got some csjumper LED's tonight, 2 red LED's in the map lights and 1 white LED in the dome light.


I also gotta put the extended brake line on sometime soon.

I'll get better pictures tomorrow


(01/25/14)
got my lights mounted and wired
put the switch in the right blank by the shifter

then built the mount for the lights (100% bolt on)


and the lights wired up and working



(01/17/14)

added a "marine grade" battery terminal on the positive side, and cleaned up and painted my battery tie down.

and got a PID setup on torque to read my trans temp and i'm getting screwy readings.



(10/11/13)

Got new shoes on her today (BFG A/T KO's 265/75/16, load range E)
and i flexed it a little




I used to own a 1995 5 lug tacoma, but it got replaced by this truck.
Specs: 2003 V6 DC TRD 4X4
Mileage: 108,377 when i bought it.


Current pics


currently saving for
UCA's

extended travel CO's

Current mods:

visual
camper shell delete -$ free
lots of stickers on the back window

interior
stereo -$ free (for me)
powered sub -$169.99
csjumper LED's, red maps with white dome
Scangauge 2 $147 from advance auto
Fixed the cup holder tabs with this material

drivetrain
grey wire mod -$free (already had the stuff)
2lo mod -$free (already had the black tape)

suspension
front: Bilstein 5100's set in the middle with stock coils
Rear: OMD springs
9'' bilstein 5125's from DSMS
Extended Brake line

electrical
marine grade battery terminal on the + side
fog/accessorie lights in the front bumper/valance
410 watt inverter under the passenger seat (older version of this)


Future mods :
Required for 33's or larger
Cheap/free mods
4x innovations slider -$185
csjumper LED's
skid row skids -$200-300 Or ISU2014 skids.
1,000 watt inverter wired to plugs in the back of the center console -$?
CB under the Pass. seat -$ 50?
relentless front bumper -$ 1,105 or all pro apex.
4x innovations rear bumper -$850 or CBI fab bumper with swingout.
TRD stickers

Homertaco 01-04 homeroshi grill kit.
Coilovers (SAW?)
ADS suspension?
dash mat -$40
tint (35%?)
deck plate mod
accessory fuse box
bed rack?
New headlight bulbs

Further down the road
Front ARB locker
unlimited OBA (A/C compressor)


Waaayyyyyyyy down the road
5 SPD swap?
dual t-cases or lefty t-case?
LT

and now the pics

(installed lift on 9/23/13, truck had ~108,500 miles)
Installed my shocks today set at the middle setting, took me about 9 hours from start to finish.
front right before lift

Front right after lift

front left before lift

front left after lift









Diff lock works

and 4x4 works





Had to cut this off

Front left post lift, pre settle, i'll get more pics after i get an alignment and everything settles

Her new stance.


Here is the inspiration for my build, i really like this truck, except the RTT.

Its build is here


And saved for future reference
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yea in that case..don't even think about lockers yet.

Look at where i go..i have no lockers..only been to one place where one would have been probably required..but sadly..due to the LBJ failure just before it..i didn't even really attempt it for saftely purposes.

And getting out and doing different type of wheeling will really help dial in what you want out of the truck. For all you know, just a basic lift and tires with sliders could make the truck all the capable you want and sticking to rough roads.

Or..you'll want to do some pretty serious crawling and bashing..

or..go super fast over terrain..

you don't know till you get out and try

I had been more or less offroading a lot all my life. But never in anything out side a more or less stock rig with oversized tires. But it never stopped us. You can take your rig MANY places as it is now. You'd be surprised. It will also make you appreciate the armor or shocks or whatever it is you add to the rig, that much more.

I always talk shit to my buddies about not needing a locker on here as im sure many have noticed. But do i want one. You bet your ass i do. I want two. I want to go to the next level. But at the same time, i have learned to pick lines very well..because it was a necessity for me. Would it make wheeling easy? of course. But i will appreciate the lockers that much more when i get them from going for so long without them.

Don't be rushed about getting all the coolest armor and stuff for it. Its expensive man. really expensive. Make sure the money you spend, is going to last as long as possible and take you the places you want. There is no need for the biggest badest truck on TW as fast as possible. You'll get there. its inevitable haha

but take your time. Choose wisely, spend your money once and enjoy the living shit out of it.
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Got my retrofit kit from the TW group of www.theretrofitsource.com

my kit consisted of
http://www.theretrofitsource.com/pro...roducts_id=227
ballasts: morimoto 3five 35w
bulbs: H1 morimoto 3five 5000k
lhd projectors
shrouds: mini gatling gun
H4 relay harness

it was a pretty easy project, start to finish about 2 hours.

i followed this guide and the instructions found on TRS website.

basically you heat your oven up to 250, let it cool, stick the headlight in for 5 minutes, pull it out and pry the lens off.

the rest is pretty self explanitory, mount the projectors via their website instructions (some people say to jb weld them in place, our kit uses a lock ring and nut, i didn't see the jb weld as necessary) , put the lenses back on, route the harness and adjust your lights!

I didn't take any progress pics because I had limited sunlight! But I will update this post with the ballast and harness mounting.



I will also post better output pics when I get them level, aside from a bad ground that took me a while to find that has been the biggest PITA

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thanks Mark! I'm sure I would have done it earlier but the group buy got postponed almost 2 months, they were waiting on a new style harness.

the shrouds are an exact match to the headlights so they look like they are oem.

The headlights I have are "eagle eyes" off ebay, they came apart really easy and have small metal clips to help clamp them together, I would say spend the $50 and get those, the OEM come apart a little different, also you can do them at your own pace and still have headlights on the truck while doing the retro!
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I plan on adding a second tank from an early Toyota truck, they were mounted on the passenger instead of the driver side. Not sure if it would be CARB legal but it is a stock tank from a Toyota truck, same as the current one just on the other side of the drive shaft They came with a capacity of up to 19 gallons and that would give me 36 gal total. Low CG, and weight balance! Just have to re-route the exhaust!

Don't have to give up the spare tire location or bed space!
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Here you go.

Honestly one would have been enough for under the hood, just felt like going overkill

http://www.ebay.com/itm/251486498678...84.m1497.l2649
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amazon.

and we did it on a pick nick bench. i used 2 2ft strips for the engine bay lights, 2 2ft strips plus the 4 1ft strips i had for the rock lights. i messed up another 2 ft of light on accident lol. and the rest is going to another little convenience item i planned for it

edit: the only thing you have to do, since the 3m tape leaves a lot to be desired, is you have to figure out a way to zip tie the strips to the truck in enough spots so that even if the glue comes off, the lights wont move
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I used to own a 1995 5 lug tacoma, but it got this replaced with this truck.
Specs: 2003 V6 DC TRD 4X4
Mileage: 108,377 when i bought it.

Current mods: none, it's bone stock except a camper shell

Future mods (shown in order of likeliness to happen) :
Cheap/free mods
4x innovations slider
2lo mod
taco or tundra 5100's
grey wire mod
1,000 watt inverter wired to plugs in the back of the center console
CB under the Pass seat

and now the pics



Wow... this is a clean truck Jake !! Excellent find , If you haven't already
start engaging /dis engaging locker , probably hasn't been done for awhile...I see a grey wire MOD in your future.... best MOD for 1st gens..
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Wow... this is a clean truck Jake !! Excellent find , If you haven't already
start engaging /dis engaging locker , probably hasn't been done for awhile...I see a grey wire MOD in your future.... best MOD for 1st gens..
thanks, i worked the 4WD system and the locker today and yesterday.
Gonna do the grey wire mod when we get back from up north.
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jake, what a nice ass truck u have man. that thing is in exellent condition man. like the new head unit u put in the truck man. i am glad everything with the 4wd work out good for u. i actally need to do this. i only tested it out one time since i bought it and havent had the time to try the rear diff yet. i am planning on doing the grey wire mod soon enough. do u plan on keeping the camper on the back or not. i have always though a camper looks awesome on the 1st gen dc. their are a lot of things u can do with it an use with it too. anyways man keep up yhe good work. keep me posted on other mods u decide to do to the truck.
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jake, what a nice ass truck u have man. that thing is in exellent condition man. like the new head unit u put in the truck man. i am glad everything with the 4wd work out good for u. i actally need to do this. i only tested it out one time since i bought it and havent had the time to try the rear diff yet. i am planning on doing the grey wire mod soon enough. do u plan on keeping the camper on the back or not. i have always though a camper looks awesome on the 1st gen dc. their are a lot of things u can do with it an use with it too. anyways man keep up yhe good work. keep me posted on other mods u decide to do to the truck.
Thanks, I like it to, but I didn't put it in, grey wire mod is definitely getting done soon, probably gonna pull the camper but keep it around, my quad wouldn't fit with the shell on so off it comes, will do, I'm a college kid so the mods are gonna get done very slowly, sliders are gonna be on in under 6 months though.
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Gonna be getting a lift soon, I may be trading my tires with a family member who has bigger tires on a stock 04 taco and they rub when you hit bumps, so I'll lift and gain a more aggressive tire.
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Did the grey wire mod today, and the 2 lo mod.
Thoughts:
Locker doesn't help as much as i thought (at least in my terrain), and 2 lo is awesome (options are always awesome).
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Did the grey wire mod today, and the 2 lo mod.
Thoughts:
Locker doesn't help as much as i thought (at least in my terrain), and 2 lo is awesome (options are always awesome).

I thought the same thing jake when locked I thought "big deal" but its because we're so light in the ass end, put a couple hundred pounds over the axle & see what happens, difference is day/night, I haven't done the 2-Lo MOD , dont really know anything about it, howz it done ??
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I think part of my problem is tires to, lack of weight plus street tires = both rears spinning when I'm flexing.
Do you have push button 4WD? If so the link is in the text in the OP, just click on 2 lo mod, under the current mods area.
I just left the plug plugged in a little and wrapped it real good with electrical tape.
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No I've got mechanical (lever) for engaging, but going to check it out anyway,

Good on you with your MODS so far, all those questions you asked early on are paying off, you're taking the right steps dude...
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Ahh, IIRC there's a way to get 2 lo on those, but it's pretty complicated.

Thanks, lift is up next, then sliders,

I ended up not going to the junkyard yesterday, we got the part we needed from the stealership at wholesale cost, so we decided to go with new instead of used.
But i am gonna be going by sometime soon.
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Thanks Leo, yours is nice also.
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Tried these on yesterday, barely rubbed the frame, now i'm debating getting a 1/4 inch spacer or a 3/4'' spacer, i don't think i want the 3/4'' spacer as it will be to wide IMO, but i'm hesitant to run the 1/4'' spacer.
I only rub the frame at full lock.
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starting to get my audio situation figured out, these are the things i'd like to get sometime.
Head unit
steering wheel controls
sub
amp
Front and rear door speakers


Or
HU

Or
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Got these from doug tonight (thanks doug), not sure if i'm gonna set them to 1'' or stock height, but i'll be putting my coils on them (the current coils are for the 4 cyl engine), and eventually get some 881's or 883 coils once i get skids or a bumper.
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Doug let me have his old firestik as he doesn't use CB anymore (thanks Doug ), so i have a CB, and antenna, gonna pick up some coax soon.

I'm not sure on mount points yet, probably gonna mount it behind the cab, either on a 2nd gen bed rail mounted to the front of my bed, mounted through the rear bumper, or i might make a mount that will mount the antenna inside the bed by the tailgate.

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Name: jake
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I haven't installed it yet (schools been keeping me busy), but when i do get it mounted i'll definitely post pictures.
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