Welcome to my build/BS thread
So everyone is up to date.. in November 2013 I got in a 5 car wreck. (More details through out the thread starting pg 6)
Here is the initial damage from my truck.. 3 cars totaled 2 others damaged.
So all super cool mods were set aside while I rebuild it.
As of today (5/20/14) Here is how she sits. ALMOST back from the dead...
My Truck is a 2012 DCLB 4x4 and I bought it in Aug 2012 and waiting a whole 6 months before I started to do things to it. Had a lot planned with it until the accident. A lot of things got put on hold. Fixing a wrecked truck is not the cheapest thing I've ever done... imagine that
My overall goal with this truck is to have a good DD while still being to go offroad and play and work at the same time.
-Retro Fitted Halos (from Burt)
-5100's front and rear front set at 2.5" with stock coil overs
-Tires - Toyo MT 275/70r18
-Wheels - Black Ultra 195 Crusher
-NWTI weld together bumper kit with added tubing
-Tinted tail lights and 3rd brake light
-Bushwacker Fender flares
-Powder coated pink rivets on the flares
-Black Plasti-Derped rear bumper
-Tinted windows all the way around
-New Color Matched Grill
-GrillCraft mesh insert for the grill
- PINK PINK PINK
What is left to be fixed in the rebuild:
-Paint (whenever I feel like paying for it....)
After the rebuild is completed:
-Warn 8,00lb Winch
-Going to get a headache rack (Hauling my quad makes me nervous being so close to the back window)
-Heated Mirror Mod
-LED Lights in the rear so I can see at night backing up.
Now the canopy is on and off depending on my need and how Im feeling
when she was stock
First thing was first, a canopy, wheels and tires and spacers to level it out. 3" in the front 1.5" blocks in the rear (Now replaced with Billies set at 2.5" after the accident)
Then after a few months decided to take the canopy off. The main reason for it was to keep my puppy in there. But now that he is older he rides without it just fine. Plus I think it looks much better Also much easier to take my quad and bikes
Then after getting on to TW and seeing other trucks on here I decided to debadge it. Love it!
Here are some pics of this one weekend just having some fun up in the mountains