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Old 10-21-2012, 11:05 PM   #1
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My "Beast Ass" Build

My build started the first day that i bought my truck. If I remember correctly, it was the black housing tail lights that i picked up first. I figured that I wanted to go with the "Stormtrooper" look. After about a few months, i found this website then started getting into the DIY's and MOD's that people have been doing on their Tacoma's and put my own twist on them. I wanted to make my own build thread so i can update it with MOD's that I have been doing. These 2 pictures are from the first few day of having my truck.
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Old 10-21-2012, 11:23 PM   #2
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The 4th day that i had it, i had to take it in the mud. Didn't think about not having 4X4, I just wanted to get dirty. Unfortunately, I got stuck and it was at 11:00 at night. I had my girlfriend with me and my 2 friends, we were all muddy except for my girlfriend who was the driver while we were getting a nice coat of mud pushing it out. This was the aftermath...
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Old 10-21-2012, 11:26 PM   #3
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The 4th day that i had it, i had to take it in the mud. Didn't think about not having 4X4, I just wanted to get dirty. Unfortunately, I got stuck and it was at 11:00 at night. I had my girlfriend with me and my 2 friends, we were all muddy except for my girlfriend who was the driver while we were getting a nice coat of mud pushing it out. This was the aftermath...
you pul up next to a mud hole and grab handfuls and smear it in spots? lol. jk. looks good man.
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Old 10-21-2012, 11:27 PM   #4
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Lol in the mud pics it looks like you just took some mud and threw them on your truck in a few places. Not saying you didnt go wheeling just saying thats what it looks like. good looking truck
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you pul up next to a mud hole and grab handfuls and smear it in spots? lol. jk. looks good man.
Hey fucker you beat me to it!
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Old 10-21-2012, 11:28 PM   #6
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Sound System

Getting a sound system should be on everyone list of things that they would like to do with their trucks. I am a huge fan of bass so i could not live without subwoofers. I got 3 Rockford Fosgate P1 10" subs behind the bench seat powered by a JL Audio amplifier. Also installed a Kenwood double din deck. Looks clean.
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Old 10-21-2012, 11:29 PM   #7
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Hey fucker you beat me to it!
hahaha. itís that 2nd gen speed i have. those 1st gens are too slow.
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I like the mean look that came with the purchase of the T-Rex eyelids and wouldn't change it for anything. These things are bad ass! Purchased a set of black housing head lights as well. Also got a grenade shifter knob which later i painted black to go with my "Stormtrooper" theme. Will update pictures soon...
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Old 10-21-2012, 11:37 PM   #9
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hahaha. itís that 2nd gen speed i have. those 1st gens are too slow.
haha. I didn't have tires so as soon as I hit it, I was stuck. lol not much tire mud throwing going on.
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Old 10-21-2012, 11:42 PM   #10
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haha. I didn't have tires so as soon as I hit it, I was stuck. lol not much tire mud throwing going on.
haha yeah. and depending on what you will be doing. nitto terra maybe a good tire. i have them in 265/75r16 on my 4x4 and for fire/ logging and even mud i have never really needed 4x4. just a little more throttle. i can keep up with my buddy that has fj with BFG all terrains with both in just 2wd. so i know both those tires can take some mud and rocks/trails.

edit: get a good tire and you will be able too do a hole lot more.
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Old 10-21-2012, 11:50 PM   #12
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those eyelids are sick! do they just use double sided tape or what?
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haha yeah. and depending on what you will be doing. nitto terra maybe a good tire. i have them in 265/75r16 on my 4x4 and for fire/ logging and even mud i have never really needed 4x4. just a little more throttle. i can keep up with my buddy that has fj with BFG all terrains with both in just 2wd. so i know both those tires can take some mud and rocks/trails.

edit: get a good tire and you will be able too do a hole lot more.
Nice. I now have nitto trail grapplers. Haven't got stuck since lol
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those eyelids are sick! do they just use double sided tape or what?
Double sided tape. And they turn heads
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Old 10-21-2012, 11:59 PM   #16
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Nice. I now have nitto trail grapplers. Haven't got stuck since lol
oh nice. yep i have not either. i did with the damn rugged fails in the snow on my drive way. they have like 30+k on them at the time. and my drive way is pretty steep. (more than a 7% grade, prob close to 9 maybe 10% grade) tires packed full of snow and would not clean them selfs.
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My friends got me this Westin light bar for my b-day last year and I had to put it on. Probrably going to upgrade to the Avid Offroad light bar soon. Got some cheap-o halogen 55w off road lights from autozone to fill in the light tabs (which were a POS). I have already upgraded. Also her is a picture of the idea that I came up with for the switch board...
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My friends got me this Westin light bar for my b-day last year and I had to put it on. Probrably going to upgrade to the Avid Offroad light bar soon. Got some cheap-o halogen 55w off road lights from autozone to fill in the light tabs (which were a POS). I have already upgraded. Also her is a picture of the idea that I came up with for the switch board...
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Dirt Bike Wheel Chock MOD

When me and my friends always went riding, at least 1 bike would fall over or almost fall over on the way out. We came up with the idea of making a wheel chock for the front wheels that would space 2 bikes out evenly and also keep them straight up and down. We then made the "RBK". It works awesome and is easily removed.
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The new 2012-2013 have the front bumper, under the lower grill, blacked out. I liked the way that it looked so i did it. Very nervous while doing it, make sure u tape and tarp good.
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