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Old 05-15-2014, 05:57 PM   #1
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My first Tacoma Build

2014 Tacoma double cab short bed 4x4 TRD Offroad package with 6 spd manual


Current as of December 30th

Current
Engine:
Magnaflow Offroad catback exhaust

Suspension:
Front:

Icon 2.5 Extended travel coil overs with remote res and 700# Springs
Total Chaos UCAs
Wheelers extended brake lines
Wheelers Superbumps
Removed sway bar

Rear:

Icon 2.5's with remote res(Removing in February)
Allpro Expedition leaf springs
Allpro U bolt Flip kit
Wheelers extended brake lines

Wheels/ Tires
Fuel Hostage 17x9 with 4.5" BS
BF Goodrich KM2 285/70-17's

Lighting:
Rigid 20" LED Bar w/ Rigid LED Light cover
Rigid Dually Fogs
Rigid Reverse lights
Interior CSJumper White LED Map, Vanity, and Come lights
Flyzeye Black housing V2W w/ white and blue lights
Flyzeye 3VP X2 Blue(glovebox) and White(armrest)

Exterior


Pelfreybilt Front Bumper with hoops, and fog/ led bar cutouts
Pelfreybilt Rear High clearance bumper with hidden winch, gate, rotopax deluxe mount with 2 Rotopax 3-Gallon Fuel Tank, and reverse cutouts
Bestop Supertop
Cab mount chop(Need to weld on plates)
Black Plastidip badges
DIY Grill kit(satoshi-ish)
Toyota Tacoma Bed mat
Front fenders trimmed 2.5", pinch welds smashed
Pelfreybilt Tan Trasharoo

Armor/ Recovery

Pelfreybilt sliders
Pelfreybilt Gas, IFS, and Mid skid
Warn Zeon 10-S Winch w/ solenoid relocation kit
Factor 55 1.5" hawse fairlead
Factor 55 Flatlink
60" Hi-lift w/ Pelfreybilt bed mount
ARB High output CKMA12 Compressor
ARB Air Pump up kit
ARB Tire plug and repair kit
ARB Tire deflator
ARB Tire inflator

Interior
Black Weather Tech Floor mats
Ultragauge

Comms
FireStik II 4ft CB Ant. w/ FireStik Heavy Duty Stainless steel spring and FireStik Heavy Duty stud mount
Cobra 29 LX LCD CB Radio w/ 18ft cable
BAMF CB Passenger Tailgate/Bed Mount
Baofeng UV5R Dual Band Handheld


Awaiting Install:
ARB RD121 Front air locker(waiting on gears)
Energy Suspension 4.5" rear bumpstops
BAMF Raptor style Toyota Letters(Primed and Painted Gun Metal color)
Blue sea systems 12 fuse panel and breaker(Pelfreybilt is waiting on my truck to build prototype for manual)
Pelfreybilt Rear transfer skid(waiting on exhaust reroute)
Pelfreybilt Battery Cage(need battery)
2x SDHQ Offroad CV Boot kits(I'm being lazy)
Famous Fabrication hood light mounts(awaiting rigid dually d2's in February)

Future Plans
Exhaust reroute
Pelfreybilt bed rack over Bestop
Pelfreybilt Manual Tranny Fuse Panel

Ordered
Pro Comp Rock Crawler Series 97 17x9 spare wheel
5" XJ Shackles for ATO Flip kit

Ordering Soon:
RIGID Dually D2 White Driving lights
BAMF or Pelfreybilt Rear shock relocation kit
Bilstein B110 5100's
ATO Shackle Flip
G2 Nitro 4.56 Thick Gears from ECGS

Ordering sometime...
35's
Group 31M Deep Cycle Battery
King 12" smoothies
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Old 06-19-2014, 05:48 PM   #2
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Looking good bro!
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Old 06-20-2014, 07:38 AM   #3
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Thanks, it's slowly coming along. Just waiting on my bumpers now. Got my lights and winch waiting on them.
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Old 06-25-2014, 12:56 PM   #4
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Went out and tested my new suspension yesterday, definitely needs to go under a knife in my fenders





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Old 07-14-2014, 10:25 AM   #5
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Ordered CMC Plates from BAMF today, wish I would have done that a while ago. Time to start cleaning/ clearing out my fender wells
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Old 07-25-2014, 04:12 PM   #6
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Parts are starting to pour in. Picked up my Pelfreybilt rear bumper w/ swing out today and the Pelfreybilt Gas skid. Now to start chopping the rear fenders and install my bumper.
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Old 07-31-2014, 01:48 PM   #7
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Picking up my Pelfreybilt front plate bumper today! Just ordered heavier 700# springs for my coil overs up front.

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Old 08-05-2014, 11:17 PM   #8
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Pulled off my sway bar and front bumper today to clear room for my Pelfreybilt front end. Installed the Rigids, and winch in my bumper. Tried to test fit but ran out of light. I really hate living in an apartment complex again.
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Yesterday I pulled out my Icon C/O and installed the new 700# springs as well as lifted the front another inch to level out with the back.

Finished installing my Pelfreybilt front end including my winch and lighting.

Ordered a winch solenoid relocation kit for the Zeon, some Factor 55 parts, and Blue sea fuse panel. Should pick up a new battery today!
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Old 08-16-2014, 10:39 PM   #10
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Received my Factor 55 Flatlink and 1.5" Hawse Lead. Holding off on the Group 31M Battery until next week.

Pulled my rear bumper and stripped the lighting off it, ran out of light to remove rear fender flares.

Will cut the panels tomorrow to install my Pelfreybilt high clearance bumper! Will leave the gate off for now until I get a full size spare.
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Old 08-19-2014, 11:33 PM   #11
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Cut my rear panels and installed the Pelfreybilt High clearance rear bumper.

Took my truck out to Welks Run and tested out the new springs and clearance. Now I need some bump stops. Thinking I will get get wheelers super bumps in front, not sure on the back though.

Any suggestions?
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truck looks good bro. I'm digging that pelfreybilt setup you got. I got super bumps in front and love them. I'm running stock in rear
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since you are running the expo leaf pack you could do the pelfreybilt rear shock relocation and stick some 12" kings in the rear with hydro bumps...super sick setup in rear
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since you are running the expo leaf pack you could do the pelfreybilt rear shock relocation and stick some 12" kings in the rear with hydro bumps...super sick setup in rear
Definitely will happen down the road, probably in the fall.

I love the Allpro expos, worth the wait and crappy customer service at allpro during their transition to Montana.

Thanks!
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Decided it was time to do some aesthetic enhancement today and bought a grill craft DIY grill and BAMF Raptor style Toyota letters. Most likely will add at least 10 hp.....
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Old 08-29-2014, 11:28 AM   #16
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Picked up some 6 gauge cable to wire up my fuse panel and breaker, now to decide on the placement and then its time to make a bracket (Not so easy when you have the manual)
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Dude! ! Where's the picture's at
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Headed out to Lake Havasu in the morning for some camping this weekend. Hopefully put the truck to work and get some good pictures.
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Went wheeling today on my way back from the Colorado River near Parker, AZ.








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mmmmmmmmmmmmmm, so clean
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