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Old 05-26-2013, 08:48 PM   #21
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Happy to give ya the nudge to make this! Truck looks great man! Definitely of the bumper. Can't wait to see the truck and meet the d00d behind the wheel!
Thanks man! and yes, make it to the next BC meet unlike last time
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Thanks man! and yes, make it to the next BC meet unlike last time
Oh now you give me shit! lol I definitely will
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Oh now you give me shit! lol I definitely will
Of course, and awesome
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good looking truck. superwhite all the way man lol!
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Old 05-27-2013, 07:23 PM   #26
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Ya glad you got rid of that bull bar... Idk why anyone even buys those IMO they're worthless. Diggin your new bumper and rims though
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Thanks guys!
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Old 06-03-2013, 01:17 PM   #28
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Really diggin the new bumper, looks great
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Old 06-05-2013, 11:05 AM   #29
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Really diggin the new bumper, looks great
Thanks!

On a side note got my sliders prepped, just need 1-2 more coats of paint and should be done. Went with Rustoleum bed liner, I know there is probably better stuff but I figure this way I can just paint them whenever I scratch them up. I'll post pics later
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subbed, where is all the offroadin pics
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Old 06-07-2013, 12:44 PM   #31
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Well after almost a year of owning the truck and getting shit from NC10TRDSPORT, I guess its time for a build thread.

The goal of this truck is an Expedition type build with a bunch of other shit thrown in for shits and giggles.

Here is how it looks today


I started my Tacoma obsession with a 2009 BSP AC TRD Sport


Then I made the (at the time) regrettable decision of selling it and buying a 2007 Mustang GT.. As much as I liked that it still wasnt exactly what I wanted and I went through a 2008 F250 diesel and a 2012 Ford Focus before finally coming to my senses and buying the truck that I had always wanted anyways.

So it started out as a 2012 SW DCSB TRD Sport(dont let OZ tell you different, DCSB is the way to go ). It was purchased June 24, 2012 with 90 miles on the clock.
I dont have a stock picture of it but you can google a 2012 SW DCSB if you really wanna see what it looks like.

I took delivery of the truck and drove it around stock for about 3 days until I had to mod it. At this point I thought I'd be a total badass and buy a bullbar and a tonneau cover.

Man I was so awesome with my awesome bullbar.

After driving around like this for a couple months I decided to man up and throw my lights in the oven and do the BHLM.



At this time my awesome girlfriend bought me a mag light and some wall mounts so I drilled into my seat to mount it.


I then decided it was time for some new rims and tires because stock sucks. So I bought some Pro Comp 7033s and some 265/70/17 treadwright Guard Dogs.


The rims are nice but I wont be buying recaps again and going with 265s was a mistake. Not that the extra half an inch really means much but I'd still prefer 285s

After running like this for maybe 2 months and then running into an awesome Fabricator named Tyler Pelfrey I realized how stupid bullbars are so I sold it for cheap and told him to start making me a bumper.

In the mean time while I waited for Tyler to finish the bumper I ended up buying a few other miscelaneous parts. I never really got to wheel my truck much so here is a random picture off road.


This is what she looked like after removing the bullbar


I ran around like this for a few months while I was still at school.

At this point I decided I really didnt like having any money so I bought my Fox mid travel setup from member Yamaha73 for a great deal. I also hit up Jandrews and bought his old Icon springs. Wheelers helped me out with the rear AAL so I was all set just needed to install.

I pulled a PSUtaco85 and let my parts sit and collect dust for about 2-3 months until I could get home from school.

This is when all the fun started. First I'd like to give a huge thank you to TacticalBacon13 for helping me install my suspension and front bumper.

So here it goes







So thats all for right now. Future plans include new tires, leaf pack, bed rack or cap, RTT, snorkel, some more lights, and whatever else I can think to spend my lifes savings on
I bought the guarddog mt's from treadwright and feel the same about them. Price= good, mud throwing= good, but having to get new bearings and alignment often= not good at all. even when i did not offroad those tires seem to cause plenty of issues.
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Old 06-08-2013, 08:16 PM   #32
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subbed, where is all the offroadin pics
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I bought the guarddog mt's from treadwright and feel the same about them. Price= good, mud throwing= good, but having to get new bearings and alignment often= not good at all. even when i did not offroad those tires seem to cause plenty of issues.
You quoted the WHOLE THING!? lol and yeah they are alright. I may get them re-balanced a different way to see if that works any better
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Old 06-11-2013, 01:41 PM   #34
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Looking good!
Thanks! Still got lots to do.

Made a mockup for a Fridge mount today. Wanted to keep the middle seat and passenger side rear seat open but it looks like the fridge will be too big so I will just have to take out the other side tomorrow and make another mockup. By the time I'm done it should be able to hold the fridge and 1 or 2 drawers. I'll eventually build it out of wood and figure out how to hold it down
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about 2-3 years out haha. Still want need to get the bed rack made, I have an idea that involves it
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Thanks! Still got lots to do.

Made a mockup for a Fridge mount today. Wanted to keep the middle seat and passenger side rear seat open but it looks like the fridge will be too big so I will just have to take out the other side tomorrow and make another mockup. By the time I'm done it should be able to hold the fridge and 1 or 2 drawers. I'll eventually build it out of wood and figure out how to hold it down
Nice! Once I get a fridge I will be just strapping it down to the back of the folded down seats. You really need to come out to Moab next year!
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Nice! Once I get a fridge I will be just strapping it down to the back of the folded down seats. You really need to come out to Moab next year!
See I looked at that, If you remove the bottom of the seat the back folds down and is almost level. Just dont know if I want to drill into them to strap the Fridge down. and trust me I want to make it to Moab just dont know if I can lol
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See I looked at that, If you remove the bottom of the seat the back folds down and is almost level. Just dont know if I want to drill into them to strap the Fridge down. and trust me I want to make it to Moab just dont know if I can lol
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This truck's gayer than the kid driving it. Needs pinstripes!
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I call bullshit
Nope.. I'm sure I got 90% of them at the bc meet. I did more offroading than you before you even got there
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