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Rock sliders 2 14.29%
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Old 01-09-2014, 12:09 AM   #1
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Steve's 95 Tacoma build

Build thread of my "new" 1995 Toyota Tacoma Access Cab 4x4 LX. Bought it on December 26th, 2013 with 169,000 miles.

I plan on adding custom bumpers, rock sliders, off road lights (KC spots and rigid dually floods), bed liner, ect.. I want a nice ride on the highway but i want a capable off road yota. if you have any suggestions please reply!!


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Stock:



Specs:
- 1995 Toyota Tacoma Access Cab
- 3.4L
- 4x4
- LX

Mods

Wheels & Tires:
- 32x10.50x15 BFG AT's

Interior:
- Realtree floormats
- Realtree steering wheel cover
- Mossy Oak custom interior (door panels & back rest)

Audio:
- Pioneer stereo
- Pioneer door speakers
- 300w 2 ch. Planet Audio amp
- Double 8" Rockford Punch subwoofers

Suspension/Lift:
- 2" blocks (rear)
- KYB Monomax shocks + 2.5"
- 3" front strut spacers
- Camburg UCA's

Other:
- DeeZee black toolbox
- Custom siren
- Flowmaster Super 44
- Custom TBD (Tacoma Beast Development) stickers
- CBI Ditch light brackets
- Rigid Dually Floods
- Beltronics V10 radar detector
- Ultragauge

Future Mods:
- Camburg coilovers +3"
- CB Radio + firestik
- All Pro apex front/back bumpers
- Rigid Lightbar (Roof)
- Rock sliders
- spray on bedliner
- 5000 lb winch
- BFG MT KM2's 33"
- Black wheels
- skid plate
- diff & transfer case guard
- window tint
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Old 01-09-2014, 02:36 PM   #2
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Nice truck man. I have done quite a bit of what you want to do




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Old 01-09-2014, 03:46 PM   #3
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Nice looking truck man!
Is that salt or some nasty looking snow in that first pic?
Any chance of pics of those Mossy Oak door panels?
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Old 01-09-2014, 11:17 PM   #4
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Nice looking truck man!
Is that salt or some nasty looking snow in that first pic?
Any chance of pics of those Mossy Oak door panels?
Yes its salt, I got stuck in the deep nasty "beach" of the salton sea. Note to self: never go there, ever. And yes I posted a thread about the interior.
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They are retrofitted headlights
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Old 01-30-2014, 11:29 PM   #7
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95taco4x4 (Steve) and myself prepping the muffler to do his exhaust tomorrow! Not even my truck and I'm still stoked!
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Old 02-06-2014, 04:40 PM   #8
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Added new rear shocks and put on 2" blocks in the back with longer U bolts. To level the front,I used 3" front spacers for now. The spacers are just temporary. I am still getting coilovers, just need to find some money.




With the KYB Monomax shocks on!

Seperating the UCA from the ball joint proved quite difficult. I ended up replacing the stock ball joints because the ball joint seperator "pickle bar" mangled the rubber.
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Flowmaster Super 44

My buddy gave me his old flowmaster muffler off of his rock crawler jeep cherokee! It has some rock scrapes and dings but nothing that affects performance. I decided to add a turn down just before the rear axel to maximize clearance and sound. Haven't had a chance to weld it on yet, so it's just clamped for now.



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Damn I didn't realize how much you've done until I found my self scrolling forever xD
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CBI Ditch Light Brackets + Rigid Dually Flood

I decided to go with the CBI brackets because they kept the duallys out of my immediate vision. I did have to cut the plastic cowling to make them fit but they turned out pretty nice. Wiring them up was very easy.


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