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Old 01-06-2013, 10:22 AM   #1
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Should take a while build, 2012 TRD Sport

My build will likely take a while, as I don't really know much about building trucks up... But hey, that's why I joined here!

I've got a 2012 TRD Sport "Limited" w/ Entune and I've got A LOT of ideas thanks to everyone's build threads.

Current mods:
Ohio State Buckeye sticker in the rear window ...
Removed OEM mud guards
Added OEM skid plate, roof rack
AntennaX euro antenna
Plasti Dipped all emblems
Toyec spacer lift (I know.. BUT I don't really off road, I really like the look!)

Future mods:
Weathertech digitalfit mats
Weathertech wind/rain deflectors
BLHM mod (thinking about morimotos)
Wetokole's for the front and rear
SCS Stealth 6 Wheels in Bronze
Goodyear Duratracs

I'll be posting on my thread pretty much everyday that I can, any feedback is greatly appreciated and I welcome any criticism.

More pictures will follow

The day I took her home, which was also my birthday. 4/27/2012




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Old 01-06-2013, 10:28 AM   #2
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Your lift wheels and tires really depend on what you want to do with your truck. Is it a lift just for show? for light off roading? for serious off roading? And do the weathertechs sooner rather than later, they are awesome and I love mine
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Your lift wheels and tires really depend on what you want to do with your truck. Is it a lift just for show? for light off roading? for serious off roading? And do the weathertechs sooner rather than later, they are awesome and I love mine
I'd like to start getting into some light off roading, but also kind of show. The weathertechs are definitely a top priority right now, I've heard great things!
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I'd like to start getting into some light off roading, but also kind of show. The weathertechs are definitely a top priority right now, I've heard great things!
+1 on weathertechs.
For lift, I would recommend OME, because that's what I have and am happy with it. But you could probably get away with billies turned up a little. Wheels and tires are completely and entirely up to your personal preference, after all, its your truck, you're the one looking and driving it everyday.
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Old 01-06-2013, 11:10 AM   #5
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I'd like to start getting into some light off roading, but also kind of show. The weathertechs are definitely a top priority right now, I've heard great things!
I agree with the OEM for light off roading, they can even handle some pretty nice trails as evidenced by other builds on here. and yes wheels and tires are your choice. Maybe an AT tire instead of an MT unless you like the aggressive look of a MT
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I agree with the OEM for light off roading, they can even handle some pretty nice trails as evidenced by other builds on here. and yes wheels and tires are your choice. Maybe an AT tire instead of an MT unless you like the aggressive look of a MT
Cool, I will probably give that a try, so OEM it is!
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I may have a used tonneau cover in a month or so. It's an extang blackmax was originally around $175? I'll sell for $100? Less than a year old no tears or anything
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I may have a used tonneau cover in a month or so. It's an extang blackmax was originally around $175? I'll sell for $100? Less than a year old no tears or anything
If you PM me with some pictures of it when you're ready to sell, I'll take a look and we can exchange info, Thanks man
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If you PM me with some pictures of it when you're ready to sell, I'll take a look and we can exchange info, Thanks man
Will do, should be around February, hoping to get a best top for it.
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Will do, should be around February, hoping to get a best top for it.
Bestop's are super nice, I'd get that too haha
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Bestop's are super nice, I'd get that too haha
yeah, id love a cap but I dont have 2 grand laying around lol
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