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Old 09-30-2012, 07:17 PM   #1
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Patmac's Build

Patmacs build

As it sits today

Suspension Mods
OME 885s
Top plate
2" AAL
5100s all around
Carrier bearing drop
Total Chaos UCAs (post #15, #22)

Wheels and Tires
XD Revolvers 17x9
285/70/17 Nitto Terra Grapplers

Misc. Mods
Weathertechs
Broadway convex mirror
Satoshi Grill (post #20)
BHLM (post #21)
K&N Intake
Derped bumper
Derped emblems
Ultragauge (group buy)
Kenwood ddx 419 (member buy)
ARE cx campershelll
W/Os
ImMrYo mirror mod

Future/Working on Mods
Retrofit D2S
Exhaust
ICON extended travel c/os
ALLPRO expo's
steel reinforcement


A week after i sold my 2007 mustang gt....and thought i was making a mistake....
I removed the bug deflector, mud flaps, and added a tool box before i could whip out the camera




well then i joined tacomaworld.... money spending began. bilsteins in the front at 1.75".



then weathertechs

Lift and Rims!



first went on the rims


then the lift
ome 885s and top plate in the front

did a 2inch aal in the rear and ordered the longer bilstiens for the rear

and it all together about a 6hr job

9:30 at night...

and then the 285s!




Ultraguage convex mirror and kenwood



campershell!


Wet Okoles


ImMrYo mirror mod!




open for suggestions!
Tacomaworld FTW!!
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Old 09-30-2012, 07:20 PM   #2
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BHLM!

Lookin good
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Old 09-30-2012, 07:24 PM   #3
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BHLM!

Lookin good
yes!!! ill do it when i get the retros and the hids! get it all done at once
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Old 09-30-2012, 07:32 PM   #5
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Yeah man......good shit! I love the look of your rig. Im pron grabbing a 2" leaf pack and greasable shackles from IronMan 4x4 to achieve this exact look. My springs are shot at 62xxx miles so I didnt want to do a AAL or block and make it worse. But I liked the 2" in the rear for a level look when paired with the 885x and top plate. New leaf pack shipped is 280ish and the shackles are only 15 bux each.

Loving the wheels and tires too man. In time
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Old 10-01-2012, 01:25 PM   #7
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your almost there just come completely over to the stormtrooper side
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your almost there just come completely over to the stormtrooper side
working that way!
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Old 10-01-2012, 04:07 PM   #9
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working that way!
If you ain't stormtrooped ur wrong
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Old 10-01-2012, 05:26 PM   #10
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looks good! how does it ride/handle with the 5100's and OME 885's? im thinking about doing 5100's front/rear with the 885's (with no spacers and the 5100's at 0.. and no lift in the back). do you think that would work well for 265/75/16's?
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looks good! how does it ride/handle with the 5100's and OME 885's? im thinking about doing 5100's front/rear with the 885's (with no spacers and the 5100's at 0.. and no lift in the back). do you think that would work well for 265/75/16's?
i love the way it rides! and u should be fine. i ran that before the 285s, just the stockers looked to small
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looks good! how does it ride/handle with the 5100's and OME 885's? im thinking about doing 5100's front/rear with the 885's (with no spacers and the 5100's at 0.. and no lift in the back). do you think that would work well for 265/75/16's?

You want the nose to be high? Thats gonna be the outcome. With just 885s you are gonna get about 2.5" lift. If you leave the back at stock you will have a nose high truck. The rear is 1-1.5" higher in the rear at stock height. Nothing wrong with Brah-lean or bulldoggin if thats what you are looking for.
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You want the nose to be high? Thats gonna be the outcome. With just 885s you are gonna get about 2.5" lift. If you leave the back at stock you will have a nose high truck. The rear is 1-1.5" higher in the rear at stock height. Nothing wrong with Brah-lean or bulldoggin if thats what you are looking for.
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just came home with these for 300 bucks!

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Old 10-07-2012, 02:00 PM   #16
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How do you like the Terra Grapplers? I've been looking at the BFG ATs, Terra Grapplers, and Duratracs. Have you driven in the snow or ice with the Nittos? Thanks
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How do you like the Terra Grapplers? I've been looking at the BFG ATs, Terra Grapplers, and Duratracs. Have you driven in the snow or ice with the Nittos? Thanks
the nittos are great, got them on 2 weeks ago so no chance with other then road terrain....
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Your build is looking great. thanks
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Your build is looking great. thanks
appreciate it maaaaaaaaaan
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Old 10-12-2012, 05:51 PM   #20
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finished my satoshi!





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