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Old 05-20-2011, 01:06 PM   #1
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Hey guys. I thought since Ive gotten a few things done to my truck I should show it off. Its not much compared to some other guys on here but it is still a work in progress. Let me know what you guys think!

Got her used in Costa Mesa from a AutoTrader add. Came with 75k miles and a 13,500 price tag. It is a 2005 Tacoma TRD Offroad.

What she looks like as of NOW!







-All film credit goes to Airdog

Current Preload on the Fox 2.5 Remote Resis w/ 3" Diameter 18" Length 600 lbs Eibach Springs



MOD LIST

-K&N Cold Air Intake w/ AEM synthetic paper filter
-ARP Racing (Lexus IS300) Extended Wheel Studs
-LSK 3.5" Longtravel Kit w/ upgraded steering
-LSK 3" Fully Fabbed Spindles
-FOX Racing 2.5 Remote Resi Coilovers
-FOX 2.0 Performance Resi Shocks in the rear
-King 2.0 4" bumpstops (shortened to 2")
-Allpro Standard 3" leaf pack
-Fiberwerx Front Fiberglass (Painted by Earl Schieb)
-Glassworks Rear Fiberglass Fenders painted by Earl Scheib in Clairmont, CA
-33" Falken Wildpeak All Terrain Tires (285/75/16)
-Sick Nicks Fab Front Bumper
-Sick Nicks Fab Cab Mount chop (http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/sou...tanton-ca.html)
-SpeedTech Aries Pro Chase/Strobe Lights (front and rear)
-Scanguage 2
-Speed Tech Lights Console Mounted Siren
-Color Matched Grill
-Demello Offroad Bed Bar
-Blacked out roof
-BHLM headlights
-22" Aurora lightbar
-KMC Enduro 16x8 Rims
-Procomp 16x8 Spare w/ 33" BFG mud terrain
-Clarion Double Din HU
-Sirius XM Radio
-4x Innovations sliders w/ kickout
-Garmin Nuvi Navigation
-Magnaflow Turn Down Offroad Exhaust
-Blacked out AC panel
-Debadged
-Diff Breather Mod
-Blinker Mod - Thanks to JEREZ
-LED Parking lights, Reverse lights, Interior, Flashback turn signal and Back up lights
-Wet Okole Arm Rest
-10" Sub w/ custom access can box and 1600 Amp
-Icom IC-V8000 dual band ham radio
-Bestop camper cover
-Harbor Freight 2Ton jack mounted in a C4 Fabworks jack skid/cradle mounted to the bed




First day drove it to school!



First, I wanted to see what she could do stock so I took her on a trail run at Cleghorn with some buddies.



Then, my cd player kept spitting out cds so I figures, why not get a nice one that nobody would want to steal. Its a Clarion unit.





Then I wanted to do some exterior mods. First came the plasti dipped emblem. Did about 5 coats. Came out great!



Then I installed some eagle eyes but before i did that I put a thick bead of silicone on them so they wouldn't leak.



Then came the KRFAB tire gate. I got this from RCFreak because I plan on upgrading rim and tire size. Plus it looks awesome!





Went to the dealer to get some touch up paint and snagged these little bastards for 8 bucks.



Then came the Flowmaster dual out exhaust. Scored for 200 bucks





Traded my stock hood for a scooped hood.



Got a demello light bar from Sabre



then I bought his cb set up. Nothing super special. Just a normal 40 channel cb.





then I replaced the ugly job I did on the switch with a new carling switch. I just filed out the hole a bit and it fits perfect! Thanks 4wheelparts Azusa!



Bought a K&N intake, but sold it. Saving up for Volant.



Then came a new BLACK grill. Thanks Shiftin2Sixth



Picture of the rear how it sits now since I got a couple of q's on it.



Curt came through and we traded rims and ac panels!!!! Thanks again Shiftin2Sixth!!!





AC panel



DEBADGED!




Shorty Aluminum Antenna



Changed my gauges to white. Thanks Lembowski(lights) and Jerez(install)



Old bumper from Engage Offroad. Thanks Vitang!



HIDs - 5000k All mounted up!



Got new Hella 500s and installed them to my stock foglight switch!





Foundoffroaddead and I bored and decided to take up a street and take some pics





Replaced orange window switch with a white one to match my cluster



Better Rims - KMC Enduros





Mounted





NEW HID Fog Lights w/ Hella 4000 internals to replace the halogen Hella 500s. Glad I did it.



Diff Breather Mod
The electrical tape was used to cover up the silver hose clamp and is merely to blacken the color of it. Does not hold on the breather!!!








Got my rear prerunner bumper made! Will be painted soon!
Also they are FOR SALE! - http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/sou...ing-300-a.html








Final Product!




Thanks to Jerez, Anothony250, Manwithoutaplan, Blawkhawke88 and Whippersnapper for all the help with the install. I seriously coulnt have done it without you guys. And thanks Ryan for letting us use your girlfriends house. Also, thank you very much socaltrd for the really generous deal. There's no way I could have gotten this lift otherwise.

THE LIFT- Camburg Performance UCAs 1" Uniballs, Bilstein 5100s all around, and All pro 3" expedition leaf pack.









I painted my skid and also chopped and remounted the lower portion.
WENT FROM THIS



TO THIS!




Jerez did my fog and locker lights since they burnt out. Thanks again man!



4" McNeil Fiberglass Fenders








THE HAT Meet


Putting these on tomorrow HOPEFULLY! Scored for $200






Got them all mounted! Makes the truck a bit taller and fills the fiberglass a hell of a lot better.









Fixed BLHM





Night time.





OFF



ON



Sick Nick's Fab Cab Mount Chop (http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/southern-california/198842-sick-nicks-fabrication-stanton-ca.html)







Parking Light LEDs



Reverse Light/ License Plate LEDs



Got new headlights from Jerez w/ clear lenses



Sold the KRFab tiregate and got a silver tailgate, an n fab tiregate and $150 bucks. Not bad eh?









Wet Okole Arm Rests - (Thanks RAY & ManWithoutAPlan)



Opened up the scoop to let air in. (mostly to make it less fake)





Picked up my Trasharoo



Made a tie down for my CB antenna for when I enter parking structures.



Got bored and added my old Taco logo to the tailgate.



ABS Bypass Mod (Red Switch)



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Old 05-21-2011, 11:00 AM   #3
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4" Maxtrac Spindle Lift. Bilsteins were set at 2.5 at this time. They are now set to 1.75


















Got interior LEDS, parking light LEDS, and switchback blinker LEDS from csjumper2003 THEY ARE WAAAAY BRIGHT!!!







New Bumper from Sick Nicks Fabrication - http://www.facebook.com/#!/sicknicksfab



















Got a CB drop from Sick Nicks FAB - $60

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/sou...tanton-ca.html



Sway-A-Way RaceRunner 2.0 1" extended mid travel shocks
(Thanks Straycat)


BEFORE



AFTER








Couple Updates.

-New Tires (Falken Wildpeaks 285-70-16)
-Traded back to a stock hood but got $250 bucks (Got tired of the fakeness of the skewpz)
-Sold my rear bumper (New one will match my front and will use sheet aluminum.)





Found a good deals for some resis so I sold my SwayAways to Jerez and got me Lembowski's basically new Fox 2.0 resi shocks. Loving them so far. Rides really smooth. Zip ties are temporary but work well after offroading in Big Bear!



Got some chase lights from SpeedTechLights.com. Awesome lights. Thanks for hooking me up ProForce (Anthony)







Bought some used 2.5 Icon Resi Shocks for $300 bucks and cleaned them all up!







Coilovers are way high because they are extended travel and increased spring rates. Gunna try lowering them today but if they are still high, ill change out the spring.





Here's a couple pics from this weekend. 8-24/25-2012








Bought a new 22" Rigid copy bar. Possibly might buy another 10" bar to recess into the skid plate.










Got a 2 meter HAM race radio (Icom ic-v8000)







BIG Thanks to Sick Nick's Fab for welding on my 4xinnovation sliders







Hi guys. As many of you already know, I recently decided to pull the trigger on a longtravel kit. At the time, I had enough for the Camburg kit that I wanted but after thinking about it, I wanted something different. I then approached LSK here on the forums about doing a prototype kit for my 2nd gen. They automatically accepted the challenge. Seeing these guys work is pretty incredible. Most of these guys are younger college students but don't let that fool you. They are extremely familiar with doing suspension work and everything that goes into designing like stress tests, full CAD drawings, ect. Overall, I would do it all over again. They designed my kit, plasma cut all the pieces out, welded everything together, hand machined the steering extensions, bolted on the kit, cycled it (to get the travel numbers), aligned it and had me out driving it in less than a week.





The 2005-Current Toyota Tacoma LSK long travel kit is 3.5" wider than stock and utilizes fully hiemed upper control arms and a 1" uniball. The lower arms use Delrin bushings and are bolted to a 1" lower uniball. The kit itself is made out of 3/16" inch steel while the bottom is made out of 1/4" steel. It is fully mig welded together on all sides. The lower cam tab bolts have been eliminated and instead use boxed spacers so you will never need to worry about having a mechanic align your truck. It can all be done at home with a jack and a tape measure. Kit is FULLY bolt on except for the limit strap tab. Now for le pics!

























COILS ARE TOO SHORT I KNOW I KNOW!!!!





































LSK mounted my King 2.0 2" bumps. No more hard hits at bump.







Added a light hoop and some more protection to the radiator. All work done by Sick Nick's Fab







Adjusted my preload a little bit



LSK's Progress on their 3" lift spindles. Constructed out of 3/16" cold rolled mild steel and fully reinforced inside and out. 4x4 spindles are coming right after these are made (which will be soon!)





Also got some Fiberwerx fenders for $80 then got them professionally color matched.







Lastly a pic of a prototype bumper from Sick Nick's Fab.

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Had a little fiasco with a shitty wheel bearing and was out of commission for a week but I got both of the bearings changes at Burbank autoparts for $165 per side. Made a helluva difference.





Had a member build me a sub box. Hits WAAAY harder than my little box I had.





Tested out the kit a bit









Heres some pictures of the spindles LSK built. I will say, if I planned on getting spindles, I prolly would have done the kit with a vertical uniball but I may do that in the future. Anyways, here are the spindles. They will work on a stock application. There will be two types. The first will be like mine with double sheared hiemed steering upgrade for stock length steering and long travel steering. The second kind will use the stock ball joints. They are made out of thicker stonger steel than camburgs but only give 3" of lift. They will work with the stock ABS sensors. Call LSK for pricing if interested.













Had a little mishap when driving to home depot





So I removed the driveshaft and took it to a specialist who upgraded all of my current U-Joints to stronger ones with grease zerks so they wont dry and turn the needle bearings out like these did.
(NOTE: The grease under the truck was residual grease when the u-joints were packed.)





Previous owner stripped a couple coilpack bolts and water got in when I was cleaning the engine. Had to buy new valve covers because I didn't want to use a hiel coil and the seals were seeping a little bit of oil so I knocked out two birds with one stone. (got the engine dirty again. lol)



Bought this Bestop from a member on here for $100 shipped. Was very pleased to see that it was in fantastic condition and the windows looked like they were never put on!











Bought a Scanguage 2. Wish I got one sooner. Great little unit.




Mounted my 2 ton harbor freight jack on the c4 fabworks jack mount/skid. It's pretty cool. Has a quick release and a way to put on a padlock. I used 4 2" 1/4" thread to mount it and it didn't move at all while I was off-roading today. I'm going to either tack the nuts on to the bolts or add security nuts so nobody can steal it by in bolting from the bottom. Also got some quickfists to mount the jack handle in the bed.





Since I have been getting a lot of PMs about this lately, here is the info on the ARP race lug studs:

ARP Wheel Studs part number: ARP#070-100-7715

This is where I ordered mine.
http://www.jegs.com/i/ARP/070/100-77...oductId=747558

You will need 3 sets for the front because they sell them in packages of 5. I had to run a 1/4" wheel spacer because my extended thread Gorilla Lug Nuts would bottom out. You could go my route or buy some open end lug nuts. 12mmx1.5 is the size for our trucks. STOCK LUG NUTS WONT WORK




Replaced my oiled k&n intake with an AFE DryFlow Filter. Less flow but way more protection. Fits perfect on my K&N intake.



New front hubs from BamaToy1997! Check out his page if you need some hubs:

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...ave-money.html



Finally got the bedsides some well deserved paint. I'll either bedline or clear vinyl the fronts since they already have a couple nicks from dirt trails





Had a little issue with one of my cam tabs bending over so I had LSK weld all of the tabs.

Before




After




I also had an issue with the uniball plate hitting the LCA so we limited the steering and fixed the LCA.

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Looks good bud!
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Looks good man!! U need a lift n wheels next!!
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Thanks man. I dig your truck too man. Goodluck selling those nerfbars and ac pannel. Ima talk to a friend abt it tomorrow.
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Thanks man. I dig your truck too man. Goodluck selling those nerfbars and ac pannel. Ima talk to a friend abt it tomorrow.
What ac panel?
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Oh did you want a black ac pannel Roderick or Krish? Strait trade. I know a guy wanting to trade for stock silver. It's in great condish.
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Oh did you want a black ac pannel Roderick or Krish? Strait trade. I know a guy wanting to trade for stock silver. It's in great condish.
I got 2 ac panels myself...one black n one silver...got it for $20 on eBay a while back!!! Thanks man!
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lol. I guess Ill let some OTHER people know! haha
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GETTING RIMS AND LIGHTS TODAY!
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Ended up getting Wheeler Procomps. I love them and all i did was trade my old ones. Im happy with them because I wont be angry if I mess them up offroading. I think they look awesome!!! Thanks again Curt!
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Ended up getting Wheeler Procomps. I love them and all i did was trade my old ones. Im happy with them because I wont be angry if I mess them up offroading. I think they look awesome!!! Thanks again Curt!
No problem man it looks good! glad it worked out for both of us
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Lol they've been up!
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Old 05-27-2011, 02:27 PM   #18
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Lol they've been up!
Very nice build bro! Truck is really coming along! Keep up the good work! also did you say that you know someone wanting to trade Black Ac panel for a grey? I have my stock grey one and would love to trade for a black one? Let me know?
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Thanks! Ya I actually picked it up from him so I got it if you'd like it.
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