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Old 05-08-2011, 02:02 PM   #1
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my tacoma build

i've been a member here for a while now and finally got to purchase my Tacoma last march just an awesome truck, no complains and it drives great too anyway's, i started to add some basic stuff on the truck, thanks to this website i got a lot of good advice/info and help.....

Bilstein 5100 (front/back)
ToyTec 1.5 AAL (back)
17 ProComp with Nitto Terra Grappler (285/70/17)
Nfab step bars
Satoshi Grill (waiting for d mesh from HomerTaco)

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Very nice looking truck you have!
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Old 05-08-2011, 03:32 PM   #4
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thanks guys im actually having suspension delema if anyone could help me out... i want to make my truck to a 3" and im thinking of changing d back to a 2"AAL and adding a ToyTec front top plate spacer (3/4") + the 1/4" spacer to the driver side to fix the "lean". would this b a good idea and i really dont want to buy the UCA yet is this gonna be of concern? thanks
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285/70R17 Terra Grapplers

That's a good looking set up - I especially like your sliders/side-steps! I need to get those for my short wife

Have you considered de-badging and/or getting rid of the chrome altogether? There are, for instance, some good write-ups on blacking out your headlights (which I've done). I chose, however, to leave the parabolic reflector chrome so as to not diminish illumination. I also blacked-out my grill. In fact, the only chrome left are my lug-nuts...

I'm looking at getting some Nitto Terra Grapplers as well to replace my DynaPro ATMs. How have yours been holding up? Are you satisfied with their longevity? Etc? Thanks!
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