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Old 05-07-2011, 10:07 AM   #23
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Super Nice truck and clean looking. Glad to have someone else here in Maricopa with a Tacoma that uses it.
Thanks man, it's a rare sight out here huh?
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Old 05-07-2011, 10:41 PM   #24
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you need to crank the front up man, and come back so we can wheel together
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you need to crank the front up man, and come back so we can wheel together
no way man. looks mean as fuck with the nose down a bit like that. aggressive stance.
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Old 05-07-2011, 10:54 PM   #26
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you need to crank the front up man
X2! level that bad boy out!

Very nice truck man! I'm jealous!
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Old 07-02-2011, 09:21 PM   #28
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truck looks great! good job
Thanks man, you have a nice truck yourself!
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Old 07-20-2011, 04:07 AM   #29
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I know we talked about this on the all pro thread, but I wanted to double check about those expo leaf packs.

Your rear is definitely alot higher than the front, which makes me think maybe I should just get the regular leaf pack and keep it a little more level.

Do you have any thoughts on this? I know 3" is about the max I can lift the front, what do you have your front set to?

Thanks man. Youve been real helpful before.
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My front is set at the same from the box, there is more than enough room to level it out. Just, now that it's installed I need a skinny coil compressor to relieve the tension to actually lift the front end up and I haven't got around to it. I did develop some pretty mean Taco lean but I was able to correct it with the driver front coil by raising it up a bit (about 3/4" or so on the threads, all I could do without a compressor). I'm not overly worried about it because I don't really mind the lean, it's aggressive and when I load the truck down heavy or a heavy trailer it'll get closer to level anyway Even when I do get around to leveling it I still want maybe a 1" lean (lower front) just for that reason so I don't get a bro lean every time I load it up. That said, it takes a LOT to get these expo's to sag down so...

Side note... Fox doesn't sent out a spanner wrench with the front coils. The Icon ones do work though. All I did was just pick up a cheap screwdriver pack at Ace, found a philips of the proper diameter, dremmeled off the tip and bam... $5 spanner with extra screwdrivers to boot.
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Old 07-20-2011, 02:17 PM   #31
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My front is set at the same from the box, there is more than enough room to level it out. Just, now that it's installed I need a skinny coil compressor to relieve the tension to actually lift the front end up and I haven't got around to it. I did develop some pretty mean Taco lean but I was able to correct it with the driver front coil by raising it up a bit (about 3/4" or so on the threads, all I could do without a compressor). I'm not overly worried about it because I don't really mind the lean, it's aggressive and when I load the truck down heavy or a heavy trailer it'll get closer to level anyway Even when I do get around to leveling it I still want maybe a 1" lean (lower front) just for that reason so I don't get a bro lean every time I load it up. That said, it takes a LOT to get these expo's to sag down so...

Side note... Fox doesn't sent out a spanner wrench with the front coils. The Icon ones do work though. All I did was just pick up a cheap screwdriver pack at Ace, found a philips of the proper diameter, dremmeled off the tip and bam... $5 spanner with extra screwdrivers to boot.
yea the icon spanners are like $30 each

thats a good idea.. i might have to do the same.
my front passenger side is at 3 1/4 and my front driver side is at 2 3/4 even though the exact same amount of threads are exposed on each.
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Old 07-20-2011, 04:51 PM   #32
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yea the icon spanners are like $30 each

thats a good idea.. i might have to do the same.
my front passenger side is at 3 1/4 and my front driver side is at 2 3/4 even though the exact same amount of threads are exposed on each.
Yup, that's the Taco lean man. Battery, driver, fuel tank.. all on the same side. Weight distribution side to side is horrible lol.
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Old 08-13-2011, 12:06 PM   #34
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Did your All-Pro fairlead come with the mounting hardware?
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Old 08-14-2011, 12:48 AM   #35
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Did your All-Pro fairlead come with the mounting hardware?
Nope actually... went to ace and picked some up. Kinda weak... lol
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Old 08-14-2011, 12:51 AM   #36
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pm sent. question about bottom of fox shock mount.. wider than mounting location?
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Old 08-21-2011, 07:17 PM   #38
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Sick looking truck, like the build man!
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Thanks man, nice truck yourself!
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Just realized I didn't even have a pic after Avid Off-Road's sliders were installed! Painted with Rustoleum hammer finish (and primed with Rustoleum)



Also have the AllPro rear bumper installed, will have to get some action shots
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