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Old 04-01-2009, 04:09 PM   #1
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KeithB's '09 Tacoma DC TRD Beach Cruiser



Updated photo 6/4/13:




Plasti-dip lower front valence and added old school Toyota Truck badge (aka model-T) 11/9/13:








Traded in my '01 xtra cab for this '09 double cab on 1/22/09. Needed more room for my 3 kids. Here's my '01 before I sold it and my new '09 the day after I bought it.




Brand new 1/22/09



Modification and Expense List as of 9/16/14:


Suspension - $2,027.

· Icon Vehicle DynamicsExtended Coilovers

· Bilstein 5100-B110rear shocks (17-27” stroke)

· Total Chaos UpperControl Arms

· Wheelers 1.5"lift 3 leaf progressive AAL

· Toytec 3° shims(overload leaf left in)

· OME carrier bearing ¾”drop kit



Wheels and Tires - $1,773.

· 17x8 Ultra Goliathwheels

· P285/70R17 NittoTerra Grappler’s (32.6”x11.2”)

· Firestone lifetime alignment

· BAMF Cab Mount Chop plates

· Front and rear mudflaps removed



Accessories - $2,012.

· Toyota OEM runningboards

· Toyota roof rack

· Toyota cargo divider

· Weathertech Grey floor liners

· Access Literider rollup soft tonneau

· 2 additional Toyota D-rings in bed

· Fire extinguisher

· Receiver tow hook

· 3” drop hitch with1-7/8” ball

· 7 pin round to 4 pinflat trailer wire adapter

· Thule top track utility rails over bed rail caps

· Thule 65” square bars on TK towers with ski attachments over tonneau

· Rocky Mount bike fork mounts in bed (2 locking, 2 non-locking)

· Bed net and glove box organizers


Cosmetic - $1,228.

· Front windows tinted to match rear factory tint

· Shortened antenna 3”(to fit in garage)

· Grillcraft blackupper / lower mesh grill insert

· Eyelids painted SWB

· Engine cover painted speedwayblue

· Tinted tails and third brake light

· Arm rests and center console lid cover - black perforatedvinyl.

· Hobie Cat sticker on rear window

· Ski Okemo sticker on rear window

· Rear ¼ panel TRD beachcruiser decals

· SWB bumper plugs, Front license plate removed

· Paint pinch weld under cab black

· Plasti-dip lower front valence

· Calipers painted flatblack with high temp paint



Audio / Tech - $930.

· Ottonavi HU (sat, ipod, DVD, nav, bt)



Performance - $720.

· TRD Cat-back Exhaust

· AMSOIL full synthetic 5w30 engine oil

· AMSOIL full synthetic 75w90 severe gear differential oil front / rear and xfer case.



Lighting - $715

· 33” dual row LED light bar behind lower grill

· Fogs only mod (J/B 2Apin 21 to 13)

· Bed pocket lights (switch in bed)

· Backup lights under tow hitch (on w/ rev. or switch)

· OTRATTW switches (fogs, LED bar, backup)

· Dual filament blinkers- low intensity as DTRL

· 4x4 switch illumination

· Amber LED strip in the hood scoop

· Amber LED interior accent lighting (footwells)

· Aux lighting Hella relay block

· Aux lighting BlueSea fusebox



Maintenance Record - $1,450

· Toyota Dealer 5w30 oil changes

- 4870, 10179, 14842, 19986,

· AMSOIL Synthetic 5W30 DIY oil changes

- 25015,29950, 35348, 45088, 55025,

- 65019,75070, 85016, 88093

· Gear oil AMSOIL Synthetic 75w90 severe gear (front and rear diff, xfer case)

- 29950, 70777

· Engine oil filter replacement (Toyota OEM)

- 4870, 10179, 14842, 19986, 25015, 29950, 35348, 40765, 45088, 50130, 55025, 59974,65019, 70091, 75070, 80199, 85016

· Engine and Cabin air filter replacement (ToyotaOEM)

- 27181, 40812, 56250, 71971, 91860

· Spark plugs replacement (Toyota OEM)

- 40765, 70091

· Wheel alignment (Firestone lifetime alignment)

- 4165, 25734, 40389, 49855, 75115

· Tire Rotation

- 4165, 10257, 15174, 19514, 25015, 29950,35201, 40101, 45088, 49855, 55035, 59974, 65019, 70091, 75070, 80199, 85016,89980, 94955

· Windshield wiper replacement (Toyota OEM)

- 29958, 50579,71971, 96520

· Battery - Sears Diehard Gold

– 78916

· Front brake pads

– 70091 NAPA, 76992 OEM



Repair - $705

· Windshield replacement (Safelight) - 50579

· Lower Oil Pan – 88093

· Frontbumper cover plastic welded and re-painted - 88093


Total = $11,560










Lifted 3/29/09 with only 4,000 miles on it.
Pictures before eyelids, spidertrax, tinted tails and grillcraft. Later traded trifold tonneau for a roll up.









Over tonneau bed rack: Thule TK1 feet, 65" square bars, and top tracks mounted to factory bed rail covers. 12/15/09.
You can also see the roll up Lite rider tonneau that replaced the tri fold. I liked the canvas material of the tri fold but the roll up serves my purposes much better. Couldn't find the canvas in a roll up.





Low intensity LED's in the hood scoop. 10/15/11.



Wethertech floor mats front and rear.



Vinyl armrest to replace stock. 1/2/12 - Perforated to match upper door panel.





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Old 04-01-2009, 04:19 PM   #2
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Old 04-05-2009, 03:32 PM   #3
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wow your truck looks awesome. how much did the list below set you back? I'm looking into doing some minor work suspension wise on the truck.

IVD coilovers
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Old 04-06-2009, 05:02 AM   #4
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wow your truck looks awesome. how much did the list below set you back? I'm looking into doing some minor work suspension wise on the truck.

IVD coilovers
IVD RR shocks
1.5" lift 3 leaf AAL
TC UCA
I got everything from wheelersoffroad.com

IVD coilovers and TC UCA pkg deal $1,650.
IVD RR shocks $472.
1.5" lift 3 leaf AAL $150.

Total was $2,272. shipped
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Old 04-06-2009, 08:49 AM   #7
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did u notice any MPG loss with those nittos?
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Old 04-09-2009, 07:45 AM   #10
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I was averaging about 18.8 from Jan -Apr. (first 4000 miles). Now with new tires and lift after the first tank, I got 17.9mpg but corrected for larger tires since the speedo is off by 3.4% now I figure I actually went further than the odo is registering so really I got 18.5 mpg. Still hard to tell after only one tank plus the weather is warming up which tends to increase mpgs and not sure when exactly they change from winter to summer blend gas. Difference seems to be negligible.
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I got everything from wheelersoffroad.com

IVD coilovers and TC UCA pkg deal $1,650.
IVD RR shocks $472.
1.5" lift 3 leaf AAL $150.

Total was $2,272. shipped

nice. although it's out of my budget at the moment..lol but if im going to do it, i might as well do right the first time.
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Old 05-28-2009, 08:44 AM   #12
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I still seem to be averaging around 18.5 - 19mpg. Got the rest of my list installed. Spidertrax were the last to come in (nearly 8weeks). What a difference those wheels spacers make in the look. Before it looks like a fat kid on stilts. So much more aggressive looking now. Also, the lamin-x was a major PITA to deal with. Still not happy with the results there. Bubbles and some edges peeling up. Totally waste of money. Oh well, live and learn. I'll have some pics up in a couple days.
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How do you like the TRD exhaust? I was leaning towards this mod soon. How does it sound?
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Old 08-03-2009, 09:55 PM   #14
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How do you like the TRD exhaust? I was leaning towards this mod soon. How does it sound?
Alot of people like it, but some don't. Check out the tuning and performance section for more info and opinions on it.
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Lookin' good! Even your '01 looks pretty mean!
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