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Old 08-11-2012, 07:23 PM   #21
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look how meaty! Congrats!!
im not sure how much highway driving you do, but one thing that shocked me was how quiet toyota was able to make the cockpit on these trucks... at 75-80 miles an hour there is almost no wind noise. it is SO much quieter than my former BMW on the highway, my old ranger, was deafening....
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Old 08-11-2012, 07:26 PM   #22
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Sweet truck man, what other mods are you planning on doing?
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Old 08-11-2012, 08:59 PM   #23
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look how meaty! Congrats!!
im not sure how much highway driving you do, but one thing that shocked me was how quiet toyota was able to make the cockpit on these trucks... at 75-80 miles an hour there is almost no wind noise. it is SO much quieter than my former BMW on the highway, my old ranger, was deafening....
Thanks man, I was very impressed on the test drive, my gf can't believe how nice it is. I told her, "You watch honey, your dads gonna trade that Ford in soon!"

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Sweet truck man, what other mods are you planning on doing?
Well, window tint first, cruise mod hopefully, wiper mod, may even install a nicer muffler in line with factory pipe, maybe a set of 16" black wheels, I saw the TRD 16" wheels today that were all black, looked real good, maybe spacers also, I want to install a sub behind the seat, I would love to have a leather wrapped steering wheel, factory like from the X-runner I think, also with a nicer stock stereo that works from the steering wheel controls if the wiring is there. Much more also, who knows, after a year or two maybe the 3" lift and tire thing...Thanks to TacoWorld here for keeping me going!!!

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Old 08-11-2012, 09:00 PM   #24
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Oh and FOG lights, lol... Almost forgot that!
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Sounds like you are gonna be pretty broke soon, lol....
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Old 08-11-2012, 09:27 PM   #26
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Amen,

One bite at a time! Lol...
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The work order details:

TTA-312 Fog Light

a Google of that gets me several returns, one of them being this install guide PDF:

http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j...2KebdP7qyA7VhQ

I will try and get some actual part numbers.

Here are pics - sorry the night one is a bit blurry.












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Would you be able to get some specifics on the dealer installed fogs? I am interested in acquire fogs on my RC and knowing the part numbers of all the bits would be useful. I wonder if you are getting Toyota oem parts because that's what I would like to have on mine.
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