I wanted to share some pictures and figured instead of starting a bunch of different threads for all the mods Ive done and plan to do I'll just start a build thread. Although I don't post too much, I frequently browse this site very often and hope to contribute a little.
2013 Double Cab Long Bed 4x4 TRD Sport
Update: Nov 7, 2013
-Kenwood DNX6180 Double Din Nav Unit
-Custom Speaker box for 2 10" shallow subs.
-ARB front bumper
-Warn Zeon 10S Winch
-40" 240W Watts LED Light Bar from All Good LED (Amazon)
-KC Offroad lights
-Morimoto Mini retrofit projectors with 6000k HID
-Weather Tech floor mats all around
-Clazzio leather seat cover all black
-LED interior lights
-Relentless Fab slider
-All-Pro rear bumper
-FJ wheels with BFG A/T 285/75/16
-Airflow snorkel with TRD air filter
-Icon 2.5 extended coil over with Icon 700lbs spring
-SPC Light Racing UCA
-Rear extended Bilstein 5100 shocks (from RCD kit)
-AAL with home made solid 1" aluminum block
-All-Pro u-bolt flip kit (replaced the top plate mount with a custom mount to accommodate bigger bump stops)
-Energy rear bump stop
-M.B.R.P catback exhaust with cutoff at the axle
-Bushwacker Pocket fender flares
Got this 40" lightbar from Amazon $272 shipped, and it even came with a harness so I couldn't resist.
Had to get some stickers! Watch out zombies!
I was going to leave the housing alone but saw that I had extra speaker cloth left and decided why not black it out with that.
The standard springs vs the 14" 700lbs springs
These 700lbs springs were not fun cranking down on the coil overs. Had to use a cheater bar...
Bushwacker fender flares came in today, just finished the install.
Despite all the reasons why people think a snorkel is not worth the cash, I decided to go with it anyways because I think it just makes the Taco look really beefy. This kit was not hard to install overall and I only ran into two problems. (1) had too many beer by the time I was ready to bolt up the snorkel. Took me a really long time to get the nut on the highest point of the snorkel inside the fender on. (2) had to unbolt everything after it was installed because I didn't realize you had to position the 90' angle before mounting the snorkel. I should have read the instructions, gotta break that bad habit.
I used the left over rubber molding from my bushwacker fender flare to wrap around the hole.
Painted and clear coat the pillar mount bracket.