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Old 09-25-2010, 05:33 PM   #1
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S7 Racing Mid travel build

Started off with an 09 trd OR 6 speed

Added sone fox 2.5's TC spindle gussets and TC upper arms

got some custom made low profile rock sliders

added limit straps

foxs in back and TSB leafs

mounted piaa's on mirror

how she looks today, also rattle canned the rims flat black

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Old 09-25-2010, 06:24 PM   #7
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hahaha yea I look at these daily. Of course I would have to match the front also.....
http://www.dmzfab.com/images/DMZLEAF_copy3.jpg
honestly though Instead of going long travel all the way around, I think I'm just gonna save up and get a Polaris RZR S and leave the taco the way she is
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Looks great. Interesting idea on the mirror lights. Any plans for a new leaf pack?
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How does it all perform it looks pretty smooth.
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truck handles very well, def limited by the rear though. I dunno what I want to do to fix the rear though. Was planning on getting deavers but my friend and the performance of his taco have me kinda second guessing that idea, as his truck doesnt seem to do much better then mine. I might still get some and add some air bumps to help absorb that last bit. Well see
No issue with the cops on the lights.....yet, it's been about three months though.
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Looks good bro. Diggin the low profile rocker protection.
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