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Old 06-10-2011, 03:12 PM   #1
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2011 DCSB V6 TRD OffRoad with JBL





The day I brought her home with 69 miles





MODS:
Interior:

Weathertech Floor Digital fit floor liners front and back, purchased through cabela's as Trail Gear 2
27% Tint up front to match factory rear windows
McMaster Carr Flashlight holder in center console and on drivers side seat
MTE MC-G33 XM 1200 lumen flashlight
Maglite D cell flashlight
Salex Glove box organizer
Home made center console organizer
UltraGauge
CB Uniden Pro520XL
Viair compressor
Procomp 30 foot recovery strap
multiple shackles
Lev-O-Gage on center console (for tip over angle) and above seatbelt (for incline angles)
Hi lift 48"
Hi lift base 10x10 that fits inside 20x20 to spread the load in soft sand, dirt, snow, whatever
25 foot chain used as a come along if needed with hi lift
Wheelers off road tree saver strap

Exterior:


Color Matched front grill
Blacked out emblems
Toyota OEM Bed mat, cut from a Long bed to fit a Short Bed
Yakima FatCat 6
Yakima Rocket Box
Inno RT102 C channel racks
Thule Cross bars cut to 80 inches
Toytec 3inch lift kit TTHA-CK
Bilstein 5100 height adjustable front shocks
Toytec/Eibach front coils
ToyTec Rear AAL
Bilstein 5100 rear shocks REMOVED
Toytec BOSS rear shocks installed at roughly 42K
Toytec Diff drop kit
Fuel hostage wheels 17x9 4.5 backspacing ET: -12
Duratracs 265/70/17
rock sliders via Btnewman
Rear Mudflaps Trimmed
Front Mudflaps REMOVED
Diff Breather Mod (ran my breather into the cubby on drivers side of the bed)
Lockable Ammo Can mod REMOVED
Kobalt Tool chest
Color matched rear bumper REMOVED
Flipped up 7 pin REMOVED
Bestop Supertop
AllPro Front IFS Skid
quickfists for shovel in bed
CB Antenna mounted on rear bumper
4' Firestick
Rear plate bumper from Sawtooth Industries, purchased via NYCO
LED license plate bolts from Superbrightleds.com MAL-2 in warm white bulbs
Fumoto Valve F-103N plus tubing to drain oil right into the catch pan
chopped exhaust to dump right after the rear axle
BAMF LCA Skids
Pelfreybilt T Case Skid
DieHard Platinum Group 35 battery
Pelfreybilt gas tank skid
Pelfreybilt Hi Lift mount
Smittybilt Xrc 9,500lb winch
U-Bolt flip kit
Toytec Extended break lines
along with ghetto break line spacer
Pelfreybilt Aluminum Front bumper with light bar hoop
Rigid Duallys for fogs gonna use the OEM switch
Pelfreybilt hawse fairlead
Pelfreybilt cab mount chop plates (NOT INSTALLED YET)
Trasharoo black
Custom Splice 3/8x100 foot synthetic line
Factor 55 Flatlink


WANT LIST:

rear diff skid (BAMF)
295/70/17 Cooper tires Discoverer STT

Within a couple weeks of getting it, we took it to the mountains for snowboarding.









Thanks for checking out my build thread!!!!
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Old 06-10-2011, 03:20 PM   #3
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Old 06-10-2011, 03:30 PM   #4
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Old 07-15-2011, 01:10 PM   #5
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Tinted the windows
Inno racks with thule bars in the bed
yakima snowboard rack
borrowed a Yakima skybox, till i can get my Yakima Rocketbox

Blacked out emblems



Got my Weathertech's via Cabela's





Bought Tacoma door jam stickers



Took it wheeling for the 2nd time (Breckenridge Peak 10)



got the blacked out grille



took it wheeling again, almost bone stock (Caribou Creek and Eldorado Mtn)



added the McMaster Carr bracket in the center console



Trimmed the rear mudflaps 4-6 inches, front ones were removed 2nd day of owning the truck



and for the lift

BEFORE



AFTER



Wheels and Tires installed



Moab for a photo shoot with Tread Lightly







Snapped this one for Toytec which is now an ad and in the calendar





added a lockable ammo box



Added some QuickFists to hold a shovel in the bed as well




took it biking



flipped up my 7 Pin, used a L bracket with holes pre drilled in them from ACE Hardware. Cost all of about .30 Cents



more wheeling (Kingston Peak Via Yankee Hill)



Designed the Logo for the 2013 T.a.C.o. Rock Therapy Event in Moab, Thanks Bob for letting me design such a killer logo



color matched bumper



salex glove box organizer
http://salexorganizers.com/Glove_Box_Organizer.php



added the bestop supertop



added sliders, via Btnewman which makes amazing rock sliders out of Grand Junction CO
https://www.facebook.com/Skinkwerks







and then went wheeling (Bangs Canyon GJ)







More Wheeling Mclellan Mtn and a little bit of Argentine Pass





The water crossing and driving in the water was fun on Mclellan Mountain

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mxIEp...ature=youtu.be

Added a AllPro Front IFS Skid, Thanks CoTacoTRD aka GRAMPS!!



Added my Skinkwerks Fabrication sticker to my sliders, fabricated here in good ol CO by a member named Btnewman

https://www.facebook.com/Skinkwerks?fref=ts



added a new rear bumper purchased from NYCO, then drilled a hole for a CB firestick mount. Need to run the cable into the cab and hook up the CB under the seat and it should be ready to rock!



Added a dakine truck pad a month or so ago for bike hauling to the mountains!!!

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Old 05-10-2013, 06:09 PM   #7
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Old 05-10-2013, 06:31 PM   #8
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Old 05-11-2013, 05:45 PM   #10
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A few pics from the dirt
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Old 05-11-2013, 06:12 PM   #11
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Old 05-13-2013, 11:24 AM   #13
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Old 05-15-2013, 05:20 PM   #14
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Your truck looks great...I'm loving the look of the 265 Duratrecs with your lift. Your truck makes me reconsider 33s and going with 32s. Keep up the good work.
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Old 07-09-2013, 01:04 PM   #18
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