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Old 04-22-2011, 11:12 PM   #1
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regular cab space

i love my reg cab but sometimes i wish i had the access cab for extra space. here's some mods i did to optimize the little space i have.









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Old 04-23-2011, 03:43 AM   #2
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Thats awesome man, great use of what you got. at the price point alone and maybe $1k more in mods, you're looking at an awesome, reliable and $16k truck?
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Loving the back of your truck! Sometimes I'm really tempted to get a cap for mine.
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Looks like a little house... I could live there.


Actually when Chris Pontius (from jackass) was on cribs his "crib" was a red first gen with a camper shell. And it wasn't nearly as nice as that. Nice job!
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Old 04-23-2011, 05:15 PM   #5
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Looks like a little house... I could live there.


Actually when Chris Pontius (from jackass) was on cribs his "crib" was a red first gen with a camper shell. And it wasn't nearly as nice as that. Nice job!
thanks..hah yea im not homeless but its nice to pull over and sleep on trips or crawl into the bed if i've drank too much haha
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I chose a reg cab knowing the space would be limited, personally I really like the look of the reg cab, reminds me of my old 1987 Toyota p/u. I hope they continue to make them for the gen 3 Tacoma's !!
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Cool Canuckle, I know where to store my hockey stix now the bed of your truck is cool as well i lke the cap to doe sthat affect gas mileage you think?
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Old 04-23-2011, 09:59 PM   #8
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I could take a nap in that. Nice job man, after I added my 10' sub behind the seat I lost any and all space for holding stuff in my reg. cab. It all goes in the toolbox now.
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I'm currently close to bolting in a 5" shelf made of diamond tread aluminum i put together. It'll bolt to the 5 or 6mm threaded holes in that bar running across the middle.
Next step will be to possibly cut out the jack bracket items and make a flat suface type lid for the bottom. Since the floor curves the center would only be 1/8-1/4" above the floor. A lid would allow small items like gloves n such to still be stored under the flat shelf.

I dont really want to cut or grind in there though.
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Nice layout. I love Bedrug!
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Old 04-27-2011, 01:52 PM   #11
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what kind of seats do you have in there
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Old 04-27-2011, 05:59 PM   #12
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what kind of seats do you have in there
the seller said they were from a 2006 tacoma not sure if it was double cab or access. but the passenger seat folds forward which i thought was pretty cool. i got them off ebay for $220. bolted right up except i had to use my original seat belts from my bench
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Hey canucklehead, we should meet up one day. I live in Sunnyvale too and just finished buying and building up my 2008 reg taco. I just put on OME shocks in the front with 885's, Wheeler's AAL, 5100' in the rear, Raceline black 6 spoke 16x8's, Goodyear Kevlar MTR's 265/75/16, and a stereo. I've got a light bar and 4 HID's on the way.
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Old 04-27-2011, 10:27 PM   #14
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Hey canucklehead, we should meet up one day. I live in Sunnyvale too and just finished buying and building up my 2008 reg taco. I just put on OME shocks in the front with 885's, Wheeler's AAL, 5100' in the rear, Raceline black 6 spoke 16x8's, Goodyear Kevlar MTR's 265/75/16, and a stereo. I've got a light bar and 4 HID's on the way.
very nice. for sure man. did you have any problems with the raceline's fitting over the calipers? those wheels are sweet..i was looking at those and the procomps.
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Nope, no problems at all, but they are close.
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Old 05-02-2011, 04:15 PM   #16
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Thats sweet man what did you hang from the coat hangers id like that to keep ammo and stuff i just gotta work around the bench seat and how did you put the center console in.
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