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Old 04-18-2013, 03:31 PM   #1
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Well since I have been inspired by many others build threads I decided to make my own. Nothing drastic has been done yet but I have done a few mods to stand out from the rest. (Not really just another black Tacoma )


Interior:
LED interior lights from CSjumper. Went with the white LEDS for maximum light output. Night and day difference. Inexpensive mod and would recommend to anyone.
Rear view mirror relocation bracket
Kenwood TM-281A Race radio and NMO Diamond antenna

Exterior:
2500K HID's for my fog lights from CSJumper
ARB CKMA12 Air Compressor, 20ft hose

Armor:
Front and mid skids by Pelfreybuilt
Front Plate Bumper by Pelfreybuilt

Suspension Front:
Suspension - Baja Edition
TRD Bilstein 9100
Wheelers front Super Bump stops

Suspension Rear:
TRD Bilstein 5160's

Future mods:
Pelfreybilt Sliders
Warn VR10000s Winch
20" SR-Series Rigid Industries LED Flood/Spot Combo
Rigid Industry Duallies LED White Flood











Cobra 75wxst
Mounted in the glove box




Rear view mirror relocation




Kenwood TM 281A





Onboard Air





Front Plate Bumper




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Old 04-18-2013, 03:37 PM   #4
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really nice rig man, color matched grill will really set it off. . how about some pics of your cb location and mic location.. thats something ive been wanting to do.
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Thank you!!! Apprectaie the kind words.
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really nice rig man, color matched grill will really set it off. . how about some pics of your cb location and mic location.. thats something ive been wanting to do.
Yes, I have to take some interior shots i'll be sure to include those also!
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Look what I got!! Air compressor and pump up kit. I was going to run a tank but decided not to. This will take 37's from 0-36psi in less than 2 mins. So filling up my 265's is going to be cake



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Old 05-22-2013, 11:59 AM   #8
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Clean looking truck
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Old 07-19-2013, 12:21 AM   #9
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nice looking truck. I have a 2013 trd offroad and I'm trying to get it to sit at the same height as the baja. Do you know what exactly I'd have to do to my truck? I know your truck comes with 66mm front and 50mm back bilstein shocks. But I can't find those anywhere. Any ideas?
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To be honest with you I think you have to "Know" someone to order the parts off the baja since they don't sell them as "upgrades" I think the rears can be ordered but the fronts are a different story. I know is an Eibach #650 spring. If you wanted to go the cheap route you could just get a 2 inch spacer (but I don't recommend that if you're going to off road) otherwise I would look into a decent mid travel setup from Fox, Icon or King. I'll see if I can find some part number for ya on what I have.
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nice looking truck. I have a 2013 trd offroad and I'm trying to get it to sit at the same height as the baja. Do you know what exactly I'd have to do to my truck? I know your truck comes with 66mm front and 50mm back bilstein shocks. But I can't find those anywhere. Any ideas?
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To be honest with you I think you have to "Know" someone to order the parts off the baja since they don't sell them as "upgrades" I think the rears can be ordered but the fronts are a different story. I know is an Eibach #650 spring. If you wanted to go the cheap route you could just get a 2 inch spacer (but I don't recommend that if you're going to off road) otherwise I would look into a decent mid travel setup from Fox, Icon or King. I'll see if I can find some part number for ya on what I have.

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I knew I saw a thread about this, I think I even commented in it haha. Thanks!
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Ahh you caught me haha ya I have to get pics if my onboard air setup, bed light bar installed and my new radio I'll take some pics this weekend and update!
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Old 01-16-2014, 06:39 PM   #17
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Hey man, sweet ride. I just bought a '14 Off Road and the mods you have are the exact direction I want to take my truck.

Quick question, is that the "ImMrYo" mirror relocation kit? I am 6'3" and the first thing I did while test driving was think "I have got to move this thing up." However, the guy has only posted 5 times (last time in 2012) and I haven't been able to figure out if he is active and still making them. If it is another kit, where did you get it?

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Hey man, sweet ride. I just bought a '14 Off Road and the mods you have are the exact direction I want to take my truck.

Quick question, is that the "ImMrYo" mirror relocation kit? I am 6'3" and the first thing I did while test driving was think "I have got to move this thing up." However, the guy has only posted 5 times (last time in 2012) and I haven't been able to figure out if he is active and still making them. If it is another kit, where did you get it?

Thanks

Congrats on the purchase and thanks for the kind words. That is the same kit. I think if you PM him he'll get back to you on the details. That's what I did.
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Awesome. Thanks for the quick reply.

I just noticed you are in SD. Same here. I am moving to Seattle sometime next month but have an itch to use my truck a bit while I am here. As a former BMW owner I have no idea what is good for off-roading in these parts.

I know the desert and sand dunes are the main thing it seems, but I grew up more of a forest-trail and rock-crawler in Colorado. Any ideas where I should think of taking the truck this weekend?

Also, I mountain-bike. I think combining the two would be a good time. I usually go to Mission Trails, which is good for biking but not so much for anything off-road in a truck.
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Look what I got!! Air compressor and pump up kit. I was going to run a tank but decided not to. This will take 37's from 0-36psi in less than 2 mins. So filling up my 265's is going to be cake



since you have the compressor are you going to get a front locker???

Btw where did you mount it?
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