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Old 06-10-2011, 06:38 AM   #1
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How she sit's now



Suspension

-5100's front
-Ome N182 Rear
-OME 885's
-1/4" driver side lean spacer
-Sway bar removed (Reinstalled now that i have a highway commute again)
-Light Racing upper control arms
-1.5" aal
-1" block

Wheels and Tires
-16x8 Pro comp 7089's
-285/75/16 Goodyear Duratrac's

Body armor/skids
-All Pro rear bumper with side pieces
-All Pro Front bumper
-All Pro bolt on sliders

Interior
-Scan gauge mounted on rear view mirror
-Weathertech floormats
-Front windows tint matched to rear
-Illuminated 4x4 switch
-2 110v ac outlets in cab

Exterior
-DTRL mod
-Alternating blinker/marker mod
-Alternating blinkers (no relay method)
-Fog light mod
-Plasti dip emblems on tailgate, door emblems removed
-Custom Shallow satoshi (spare grille, not always used)
-Devil horn emblem
-LED engine bay lighting (not working at the moment, need new switch)
-LED bed lighting
-Toyota bed mat
-Truxedo lo pro qt tonneau cover
-Rear window devil Toyota emblems
-Reverse light fog light bulbs

Performance
-Afe stage 2 si w/ pro dry s
-single aero turbine 2525 and AR25 run to duals
-JBA long tube headers
-URD 02 Simulator

Back when she was new (to me)




5100's @1.75, 5100 rears and 1.5 aal only


Pulling out a stuck Dakota


First time getting stuck


Went though a plasti dipping phase




















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Old 06-10-2011, 01:27 PM   #2
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tires should be next on your list of mods to do ASAP.
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Old 06-13-2011, 05:32 AM   #3
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tires should be next on your list of mods to do ASAP.
Tires and wheels are definitely on the list, I am enjoying the fuel mileage with these 265/65/17's right now though. They have plenty of life left in them. I am a commuting college student so I'm waiting until i need new tires to upgrade.
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Old 06-13-2011, 05:46 AM   #4
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I'd keep your wheels and tires for on road driving get some different wheels and tires for going off the beaten path. Good looking truck man!
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Old 06-19-2011, 11:50 AM   #5
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In due time, if i finally get my tax return (had to call 3 different times and have been told to wait another 30 days each time). The next thing on my list is another set of wheels and tires. Ill keep what i have now on for when i'm communting.
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Old 07-01-2011, 04:38 PM   #6
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do u have the 5100's at 1.75, or 885's?

and how is the axle wrap with a block and aal?
I used to run the 5100's at 1.75, i recently put on 885's with the 5100's set at 0.

I don't notice any axle wrap (its only a 1" block), when i added the block and the 885's the ride didn't really change at all except for the feeling of topping out the shocks i get when off roading.
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Old 07-03-2011, 08:22 PM   #7
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i got 24.7 mpg's on my last tank ( i was trying to drive as fuel efficient as i could ) and made it to 450 miles on the tank, and filled up 18.2 gallons. Call me crazy if you want but i did, i have a pic in my gallery of the scangauge reading (it over estimated fuel use, so i got better mpg's than it said).

I drove from MA to NH on this tank and then a trip from where i was in NH to ME and back so it definitely was not all flat roads either.

The scan gauge is reading 20 mpg's so far on this tank, but i have been beating on it a little bit.
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Old 11-10-2011, 09:01 AM   #8
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Added JBA long tubes. My 0-60 time with 7/8 tank of gas, and 1 passenger went from 7.2ish to 6.8ish. And it is soooo loud when combined with the aero 2525. No update for fuel mileage, as I'm having some o2 issues since the headers, and i do have an o2 sim.

And I'm still rocking the same tires. They have done everything i asked of them, except they succckkk in the snow.

285/75/16 Duratrac's and Black konig countersteer offroad's are on my wish list. Decision not set in stone.
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Old 11-18-2011, 02:56 PM   #9
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Got in a minor accident due to snow. one of the lower mounts for the grill and the center guide piece broke. Insurance replaced it and i took back the broken one and super glued the mount back together and its solid. Cut it up to make a shallow satoshi, with some cheap mesh from home depot. So all in all this grill cost me 8$.



I don't like how visible everything is behind the grill. I'm not sure if it would help a lot to paint whats behind it all black or look for a mesh that isn't as see through.
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Old 12-03-2011, 08:08 PM   #10
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quick question

i have a 2008 taco and wondering how u got the radio face plate of because i want to paint mine black and don't know how to get it off????

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Old 07-01-2012, 01:32 PM   #13
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Do they rub?
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Old 07-01-2012, 02:14 PM   #14
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Do they rub?
I had to cut this tiny piece off of my fender flare in the rear on the fender well. Completely unnoticable unless you are really looking for it and know exactly the geo of the stock flares.
And i hit the cab mount because i have my sway bar out and i have lr uca set at +1 . Chopping them up with a friend in the near future

No regrets. Im on my first tank with these tires and my averag mpgs only dropped to about 18 according to the scangauge. But i have been playing a little, so im sure i could do better.
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