Toytec Bilstein/Eibach 5100 silver coilovers set at 2.5"
All-pro 3" standard leaf pack
All-pro U-bolt flip kit
Extended steel braid brake lines
Shrockworks winch bumper
Shrockworks IFS skid plate
4xinnovations rock slider kit
Steel brackets/buckets for reverse lights (removed)
Stock TRD wheels
GY Duratrac 285/75/16
Spidertrax 1.25" wheel spacers in front only
PIAA 510 SMR driving lights
PIAA 1500 Series Reverse lights (removed)
Fog lights on with running lights
Python LC3 Remote start/security system
ATRAC hack/ABS & full VSC killswitch
Carling Contura II illuminated rocker switches (on with dash lights)
In-cab 110v outlets (need new inverter)
Seat belt chime disable mod
Techstream clone (from Hong Kong) w/badass garage laptop (aka beat up old windows xp machine, but I can now say I have a garage laptop = +2 hairs on chest)
Stealth snorkel (because it sounds cooler than cowl intake)
Rear diff breather in gas cap
Timken bearing/hub assembly from Bamatoy
Cab mount chop
Fender flare chop (pinch weld bent over)
Extra d-rings in bed
Modified 7-pin trailer wiring harness
48" "Off-road jack" mounted to bedrails
High Flow compressor w/battery cable clamps
Fabricated receiver hitch shackle
3/4" shackles x3
20' 2" recovery strap
Folding WWII shovel
Getting better. I welded up a rock slider kit and had it powder coated flat black. I was able to set the angle and distance from the frame so they also work as tube steps.
(At bottom) Some pics of the fog lights on w/parking lights on the combination switch. After I did the modification, I cut the wires to the OEM fog light switch and twisted the pos/neg together to eliminate the switch and free up a spot on the panel for another switch.
I got some PIAA 1500 reverse lights that I mounted next to the trailer hitch in some steel brackets which I fabricated to protect them from snowbanks and scraping on rocks. First time out on the trails with them I banged one up hard off a rock in a mud hole. They kept the light intact otherwise I would have destroyed it completely. I had to hammer it out straight again and re-mount it afterward.
I used the OEM fog light switch for my PIAA reverse lights. I had to retrofit the OEM switch into an empty slot in between the ipod aux and the cig lighter. I brought over the green wires from the instrument panel lighting circuit and hooked it up to the new switch location. I tapped into the OEM reverse light circuit and used a diode to provide switch power that will trip the reverse light relay when I have the truck in reverse. Made my own modified wiring diagram based off of the 2007 FSM from TTORA.
ORIGINAL TRUCK BEFORE MODIFICATION BOUGHT NEW IN 2010: