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Old 02-02-2012, 05:42 PM   #1
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Yo, this is a WIP (work in progress).
My dream truck is a white DCSB 4x4.. but the prices aren't there at the moment so I went with what I could. At first I never was a fan of the LB's, but mine is growing on me more and more every day.

THEME: Silver and Flat Black (Soon to be Flat Silver and Flat black)
Current Mods:
Interior
Floormats
Painted Scosche Dash Kit Flat Black
Painted AC Controls Flat Black

Audio
HeadUnit: Pioneer AVH 3200DVD
Front Speakers: Kicker DS60
Rear Speakers: Stock
Subwoofers:
Sub Box:


Exterior
Tailgate Lock
Badges: Painted Flat Black
Exhaust: Stock Painted Flat Black
Valance: Painted Flat Black
Rear Bumper: Sport Bumper Painted Flat Black
Grille: Chrome Grille Painted Flat Black
Headlights: BHLM
Tail Lights: Tinted
Wheels: Flat Black Sports
Yellow Fogs
Tint: Stock

Suspension
Spindles:
Coilovers:
UCAs:
Rear:


Future Mods:
15% tint all around
MaxTrax Spindles
AllPro Standard 3" Leaf Pack
LightRacing UCA's
Icon Coilovers
17x8 Pro Comp 7105
285x70r17 Cooper Discoverer STT's
Matte Clearcoat (ORIGINAL IDEA)
Pioneer AVH4300DVD
Kicker 10CVR102 x2
Hifonics 900W Amp
BAMF Sliders
HomerTaco Satoshi*
Weathertech
Exhaust tip painted flat black.

This is what I get to wake up to every morning.. brings a smile to my face.


First "official" mod was DIY tailgate lock. At the same time, I also painted my badges to flat black.

Taco+Sierra


Side Shot


Badges painted flat black:


Black Exhaust (Going to put a tip on soon)


Painted Lower Valance:


"Cockpit" Mod (See Post #109 in thread)


Wreck:



Cupholder LEDs


Footwell lights+Cupholder LEDs


BHLM


Plastidip Bumper & Tinted Tails


Painted Toyota Emblem


Yellow Fogs


As she currently sits
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Old 02-02-2012, 05:43 PM   #2
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Off to a good start. Welcome to the 2006 club my friend. Keep them coming.
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Old 02-02-2012, 05:44 PM   #3
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Thankyeman. I didn't go with an 05 because I head they had a few kinks. I plan to stay in the Taco family for a long time!
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Old 02-02-2012, 05:55 PM   #4
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Thankyeman. I didn't go with an 05 because I head they had a few kinks. I plan to stay in the Taco family for a long time!
Right on. You can't go wrong with that. I need more pictures of this beauty of yours. That future mod list of yours will only get longer. Next thing you know, you're gonna be asking if I should put more $$$ into this thing at 135K miles. haha. What mileage are you at?
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Old 02-02-2012, 06:01 PM   #5
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Right on. You can't go wrong with that. I need more pictures of this beauty of yours. That future mod list of yours will only get longer. Next thing you know, you're gonna be asking if I should put more $$$ into this thing at 135K miles. haha. What mileage are you at?
I bought it with 111k on the clock, my old truck (04 Sierra) had 142k on it when I got it. I have faith in Toyota's and their reputation that's why I had no difficulty saying yes to 100k miles


I'm actually only doing stuff that I can swap between different trucks as I plan to get my dream truck ASA the price drops down on white 4x4s.
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Old 02-03-2012, 08:59 AM   #6
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Old 02-03-2012, 04:00 PM   #7
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Not a bad idea for the tip. Report back in a few months to see how its holding up. Otherwise the badges on the tailgate look good.
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Old 02-03-2012, 10:17 PM   #8
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thankyeman. i didn't clear them cause I didn't have any matte, so tonight I went and picked some up. Tomorrow I'm painting my lower valance flat black, and painting the two side emblems.


and that High Heat paint is awesome. I can tell just my looking at it that it'll hold up. That picture is of one coat. Tomorrow I'm jacking the truck up and doing the exhaust all the way to the cats.. or until i run out of paint. LOL
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Old 03-06-2012, 06:26 PM   #9
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Bump. Updated w/ pics of Interior LEDs. I'm 5/11 way there.
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Old 03-06-2012, 06:28 PM   #10
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have a write up of the interior and cup holder leds?
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have a write up of the interior and cup holder leds?
post #109
http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/lig...pit-mod-6.html


really the hardest thing is taking a razor blade to cut some of the coating away from the shifter light wires, after that i soldered two leads onto them and went from there. my footwell lights are run to my far left cubby thing and i have a switch there so i can cut them off whenever i want. the cupholder leds are hardwired w/ no switch so they automatically cut on with my lights.
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BUMP!

As of the last month or so I've accomplished all this:

Plastidip rear bumper
Painted my pinch weld (rubberized frame paint)
Painted my toyota emblem (rubberized frame paint)
Plastidip chrome grille
Installed front+rear cupholder lights and center console lights
Traded with KegsTACO for his BHLM and tinted tails
Installed a Pioneer AVH 3200DVD w/ scoshe dash kit (painted flat black)
Painted AC controls flat black
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BUMP!

As of the last month or so I've accomplished all this:

Plastidip rear bumper
Painted my pinch weld (rubberized frame paint)
Painted my toyota emblem (rubberized frame paint)
Plastidip chrome grille
Installed front+rear cupholder lights and center console lights
Traded with KegsTACO for his BHLM and tinted tails
Installed a Pioneer AVH 3200DVD w/ scoshe dash kit (painted flat black)
Painted AC controls flat black
Can we get some pics?!!
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^^^^ (look up) lolol
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Can we get some pics?!!
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Old 04-01-2012, 09:26 PM   #15
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oh my bad, I guess my internet was lagging because they didnt show up for some reason but I see them now

I love the footwell and cupholder lights. They look great. Where you planning on painting the truck flat black or flat grey?
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Soon hopefully, I'm not technically painting it, just changing what kind of clearcoat is on it.

My bilsteins are going to be ordered soon and possibly a set of LR ucas just gotta get the bilsteins in stock
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hey how do you get that front emblem to come out?
Just noticed your reply. I sent you a PM

edit here's a pic of the yellow fogs in actions
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Old 06-09-2012, 10:34 PM   #19
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looks good man! i really wanted a Speed way blue DCSB trd off road 4x4. but i got the silver instead. in over 3 months i could not find a SWB DCSB trd off road 4x4. with in like 4 hours of me.

i’m about to redo my rear bumper with bed liner. may do my badges with the stuff as well. idk. and any time fog is coming soon. as well as the cockpit and cub holder lights.
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looks good man! i really wanted a Speed way blue DCSB trd off road 4x4. but i got the silver instead. in over 3 months i could not find a SWB DCSB trd off road 4x4. with in like 4 hours of me.

iím about to redo my rear bumper with bed liner. may do my badges with the stuff as well. idk. and any time fog is coming soon. as well as the cockpit and cub holder lights.
I hear you bro! Once I get a good job I plan to upgrade.

Do Line-X for your bumper, all my armor is going to be done in it because of their warranty and the fact it's not as rough as rhinoliner. If you need any help with the interior lights let me know I'll be glad to help!
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