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Old 12-06-2012, 07:22 AM   #1
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My Overland Tacoma Build

Here it is the day I bought it in May of 2011. It was brand new::



Here's how it looks now::














Ok, lots of mods here guys. I've been working on this truck for about a year now:

Wheels n' Tires
18" Black Rhino Sidewinder w/Goodyear Duratrac's

Interior::
1.) Dynamat interior (noise insulation)
2.) 6-way Focal speakers w/10" JL sub, Alpine amp
3.) Weathertec mats
4.) Limo Tint
5.) Seat Covers - Ballistic Nylon w/MOLLE system
6.) Console Safe

Exterior::
1.) 3" Toytec Ultimate lift kit
2.) Old Man Emu Leaf Pack
3.) TJM 9000Ilbs winch w/synthetic rope
4.) Front Bumper - Brute Force Fab
5.) Rear Bumper - Brute Force Fab (high clearance + swing out)
6.) Extreme Hi-lift jack
7.) Roto-Pax - Two 3-gal Pax cans w/custom mount cages
8.) All-pro skid plate
9.) All-pro sliders
10.) Debadged
11.) 40" Rigid Industries SR Series LED light bar
12.) PIAA 510 Extreme Driving lights
13.) PIAA 510 Fogs
14.) Roof Rack - Front Runner
15.) Cargo Box - Custom aluminum, military grade
16.) Dual Battery - Yellow Optima/Blue Optima w/IBS Management System
17.) Softopper
18.) ARB 50qt Fridge
19.) ARB compressor - engine mount
20.) ARB recovery strap & snatch block
21.) Misc tools/siphon/straps/etc

A few more mods coming in the next few weeks. Any questions? Hope you enjoy. Thanks.
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Old 12-06-2012, 10:09 AM   #3
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Nice! Love the top. Bumpers look great too, especially the rear with the swing arm.
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Old 12-06-2012, 10:54 AM   #4
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lookin good

Really nice build man! I have a similar build started but have not started install until bumper comes in. The rear view of the truck is badass.Do you have spacers? Stance is nice.
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sharp looking rig you have there.
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Very nice build!
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Nice build man! Brute Force FTW! Got any shots of the dual battery setup? I'm still trying to figure mine out. Wondering if I can fit it under the back seats potentially.
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Old 12-06-2012, 06:45 PM   #12
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Nice build man! Brute Force FTW! Got any shots of the dual battery setup? I'm still trying to figure mine out. Wondering if I can fit it under the back seats potentially.
I'll try to get some pics of the dual battery setup soon. It fits just fine in the engine compartment. No need to do any crazy relocate. I used the blue torch fab box to mount it all in then set up the IBS system on top. It'll make more sense when I show some pics. I did have to modify the BTF dual box quite a bit. If you don't have the capability to work with metal then it's not the best solution. I
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Nice! What made you decide on a soft topper instead of a fiberglass one?
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Nice! What made you decide on a soft topper instead of a fiberglass one?
Cause they're tits. Believe me.
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Harder to keep thieves and lions away. ;-)
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Easier to take off(5 min), can haul a much wider variety of cargo, oh and their tits..
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But is it tits? I guess I'd be too afraid to leave anything of value back there.
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Lol I live in South Dakota. Not much of an issue for me. If some one was willing to tear my Softopper open to get something inside I'm almost positive they would break a glass window on a hard topper too. Totally tits.
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Really nice looking truck.
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