Current Mod list
Icon Ext Travel
Icon Rear Smoothies
Wheelers prog 3 leaf pack
33 12.50 KM2
Alpine R12 w/ custom enclosure
cobra CB with whip attached to tool box
All pro sliders welded on
Trail Gear Low Pro front bumper
trail gear tube doors (summer time)
Engo 9000 lb winch
Tube Rear Bumper (probably All-pro)
Full Skids (Bud Built)
700 lb springs changed out on the C/Os
Custom Ditch lights and Brackets
Here is my 02 as of 6/15/2014:
I've been modding my rig for the 2 years but I finally had saved enough money to build my dream rig. I know not everyone will agree that Icons are worth the money but I wanted something quality and I wanted to do it right the first time. Anyways, here is what I started with:
A very clean 2002 TRD Limited 4x4 with some oxidized paint but I love the slight color fade. I bought her with only 80,000 miles and absolutely no rust.
I didn't really take a lot of pictures throughout my plasti-dip but i went ahead and blacked out the faded flares and emblems.
I ordered some new headlights from amazon i think and I also orders some replacement window latch things
I researched and researched and found that Icon makes a really good lift and I wanted to make the best of it by including UCAs. I talked Wheelers Off-road and Dan gave me a great deal on Ext travel Coil overs, UCAs, Rear Shocks, and their progressive heavy duty add a leaf kit. I was immediately impressed with the beefiness of the parts and the high quality feel and finish.
I wanted a great performing trail rig that could do some over landing and a good mix of everything.
I had the BFG KM2s put on 15s and had quite a bit of rubbing to deal with I was able to bend the pinch weld and trim a bunch of plastic to get them to fit
The lift was put on by a friends brand new shop called SouthSide Offroad in Farmville VA. They do great work and went the extra mile for sure. PM if you want anymore info.
So over the last weekend I finally got to test everything out with the local 757 Toyota 4x4 owners club here in Hampton Roads Virginia. I am absolutely blown away at how capable these trucks and the icons are. We went to a trail commonly known as Crab Tree Falls.
My buddies Sweet FJ Expo Build
and here is a bad little SASd Taco
Thanks for checkin out my rig!