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Old 01-21-2013, 04:28 AM   #1
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Post Somthing2DO 2012 DCSB Build

So this is my 1st Toyota. Its a 2012 SR5 DCSB Pre-Runner. Love the truck. Prob the 1st vehicle I'll ever keep till it actually blows up. Every mod Ive done to it I've learned about and researched on this site which has made it really fun to mess with. Not alot of time to do things as a Drill Sergeant so like I said Ive had a blast messing with this truck.


3" Lift within a week of having it


Bilstein 5100's with Eibach's and Top Plate Spacers


16x10 ions with some Treadwrights I had in the garage. Was not a fan at all. I had spydertraxx 1.25's all around to clear brakes.THEY DIDNT LAST LONG


BHLM

BHLM complate and platisipped the grille and Toyota emblem


Plastidipped the rear bumper and added a Famous Family sticker Ive put on every truck Ive had

Replaced the front UCA's

Had the badges done by a member I found on here

Replaced the interior lights with LED's from CSjumper

Puts some 3M di-noc Vinyl on a few pieces to see how it looked

8" Kicker in Custom Box built by another TW member with 200w Kicker AMP

N-FAB bars from a dealer here in Columbia

How it sits today with new 18x10 Moto Metal's and 275/65/18's(21JAN2012)

FUTURE MODS
All Pro Leaf Pack(Waiting to install)
DDM Hi-Lo HID's
DIY Satoshi Mesh Grille
Pioneer Head Unit w/ 2012 Dash Kit(Waiting to Install)
Toyota Horn Emblem (Plastidipping and installing with Satoshi Grille)
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Old 01-21-2013, 06:22 AM   #2
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Lookin good DS!
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Sick truck man, always love to see other trucks from Cola.
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Thanks guys.
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Old 01-23-2013, 09:21 AM   #5
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What setting do you have the 5100s at? Looks really high
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Old 01-24-2013, 10:04 AM   #6
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What setting do you have the 5100s at? Looks really high
I have the front set at 1.75 w/top plates and the back is low cause its got a cheap AAL on it that sagged. Putting AP leaf pack on next weekend. I'm taking the eibachs off also and putting the shocks at .0 next month cause I'm going to spindles
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Old 01-24-2013, 03:20 PM   #7
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I have the front set at 1.75 w/top plates and the back is low cause its got a cheap AAL on it that sagged. Putting AP leaf pack on next weekend. I'm taking the eibachs off also and putting the shocks at .0 next month cause I'm going to spindles
ok cause the eibachs aren't supposed to be up past the .85 setting and the fact you have top plates means youve got 4"+ of lift
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ok cause the eibachs aren't supposed to be up past the .85 setting and the fact you have top plates means youve got 4"+ of lift
Yea I know. I haven't had the chance to change it with my work schedule. They have been that way for a while now. Funny part is that it's rides smooth and wasnt like I thought it would be but they are coming off during my cycle break. Putting spindles on it.
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Hey Im in Columbia too, where did you get your carbon fiber interior peices, and how much did you grab you nfabs for? Thanks
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