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Old 04-17-2012, 03:50 PM   #12901
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I also removed my topper in preparation for Moab.





dude i saw you driving last wednesday! i was stoked to finally see a UT TW member. you were going northbound on the 15 and i was going south, too fast to snap a pic! my bro and gf were like they just don't understand
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I also removed my topper in preparation for Moab.



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Old 04-17-2012, 05:36 PM   #12903
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Couple pics of the trans skid. Like I said, it still needs paint and a couple holes drilled so I can bolt it to the back of my IFS skid (the slanted peice will attach to the front skid) and there are a couple custom brackets welded to my stock crossmember where it will attach on the back.

It covers just the tranny pan. The upright peices are notched to clear the tube going into the pan on the passenger side, and the driverside is clearanced a bit more for the driveshaft. I could have made the skid wider but I chose not to in an effort to keep the weight down as much as I could. It still covers what I need
Sweet man!! Love em! Love seeing the process pics, can't wait to see them get tested
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Old 04-17-2012, 05:45 PM   #12904
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Put my wheels on. Ivan stewart's from a tundra painted charcoal... 170$ for wheels and paint supplies, not too bad imo.






Sorry for shitty cellphone pic
What paint did you use? Wanting the same for my sport rims.
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Old 04-17-2012, 06:06 PM   #12905
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Put my wheels on. Ivan stewart's from a tundra painted charcoal... 170$ for wheels and paint supplies, not too bad imo.






Sorry for shitty cellphone pic
Hey did you retro fit those headlights or buy them like that? and also what kind of tires do you have? And what size?
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Old 04-17-2012, 06:10 PM   #12906
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What paint did you use? Wanting the same for my sport rims.
I used Rustoleum graphite. It was the closest thing to gunmetal I could find that I liked the look of. Surprisingly it only took 1 can.

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Hey did you retro fit those headlights or buy them like that? and also what kind of tires do you have? And what size?
I retrofitted them! I have Goodyear Wranger duratracs at 265/75/16.

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Old 04-17-2012, 06:58 PM   #12908
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I also removed my topper in preparation for Moab.



Just an FYI...

If I'm ever in Utah, I'm taking your truck and leaving mine behind in your garage.

That is all

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Old 04-17-2012, 08:07 PM   #12909
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I used Rustoleum graphite. It was the closest thing to gunmetal I could find that I liked the look of. Surprisingly it only took 1 can.
okay cool, thanks! i was wondering how that stuff looked on wheels. My dad has all the stuff to spray them with his real paint gun. But that stuff looks pretty good.
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Old 04-17-2012, 09:39 PM   #12910
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okay cool, thanks! i was wondering how that stuff looked on wheels. My dad has all the stuff to spray them with his real paint gun. But that stuff looks pretty good.

np man! It turned out pretty great I think. Especially considering I painted outside on a windy day without a paint booth and I got pretty tired of sanding after a couple hours so some of it was sort of half assed. I was pretty happy with my paint color choice as it was very similar to the gunmetal I was looking for\.
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Old 04-17-2012, 10:12 PM   #12911
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I also removed my topper in preparation for Moab.
Truck looks good without, but for Moab, I prefer it on! Nothing like pulling into any ole place and throwing your sleeping bag in the bed...but maybe DC's are too short for that?

As always...awesome rig
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Old 04-17-2012, 10:36 PM   #12912
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Old 04-18-2012, 01:51 AM   #12913
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I also removed my topper in preparation for Moab.



looks awesome without the topper....
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Old 04-18-2012, 07:07 AM   #12914
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Officially a member of the deckplate club. Replaced the K&N intake with it. Virtually no difference, but considering I don't think I lost any noticeable power I may be selling my intake (like new). Also ordered a timing belt water pump kit off ebay yesterday. It's about that time. I'm at 113K and checked my coolant and it didn't even show in the resevoir : ( Did a little reading and found that it may be a result of my water pump leaking. Ordered this one-
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Read a little bit and called Toyota. Nobody really gave me the impression that I would need a hydraulic tensioner. I'm getting my accessory belts cheap from my uncle who works at a parts store. Looking to do all this before I take my truck cross-country this summer..big plans : )
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Old 04-18-2012, 10:51 AM   #12915
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Truck looks good without, but for Moab, I prefer it on! Nothing like pulling into any ole place and throwing your sleeping bag in the bed...but maybe DC's are too short for that?

As always...awesome rig
I'm short (5'8") and the DC bed is still a bit short to sleep in. Bigger reason is I don't like the extra weight up high when I'm playing on the rocks in Moab.
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Old 04-18-2012, 02:47 PM   #12917
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Installed new seat covers today...just in time to beat the triple digit heat here in AZ.
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I used Rustoleum graphite. It was the closest thing to gunmetal I could find that I liked the look of. Surprisingly it only took 1 can.



I retrofitted them! I have Goodyear Wranger duratracs at 265/75/16.

oh aight...how much did the projectors cost? i want to do the same but too expensive from the sights ive been sent!
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