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Old 05-28-2013, 08:10 PM   #21
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Old 06-11-2013, 02:22 PM   #24
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Here is my TT FJ. It is the first one I've owned and I'm lovin it!!!

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Old 06-11-2013, 02:25 PM   #25
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Old 06-11-2013, 03:23 PM   #26
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Beautiful rig man! Is that fab fours all around? Your color and the green are my favorites.
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Old 06-12-2013, 07:03 AM   #27
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Fab Fours

Me too on the colors. I was thinking about buying a Jeep and my wife and I saw a lifted Trail Teams FJ in the green and said "Wow! let's get one of those". When I saw a picture of the Cement Gray for 2013 on the FJ Cruiser brochure I was hooked and ordered one immediately.

The rock sliders are stock on the Trail Teams Edition. The front and rear bumpers are from Fab Fours. I was originally intending to buy only the front bumper. I think I looked at every bumper on the market and kept coming back to the FF. It just seemed to be designed for the FJ body. When I went to do the build I learned that my 35x12.5 Toyo and Moto Metal spare would be too heavy/big for the stock wheel carrier so I bought the rear FF bumper, which comes with a heavy duty swing-out wheel carrier. And boy am I glad I did. It really pulled the whole look together.

I had to do some custom work myself to keep the awesome backup camera that comes stock on the TT FJ. It comes from Toyota mounted in the center of the spare. The FF wheel carrier swings out independent of the door and doesn't have a hole in the center of the wheel, which won't work with the camera. So, I cut a two-inch slice off of one side of the stock wheel carrier to fabricate a bracket that lets the camera peak out through the top center slot of the Moto Metal wheel. If I get a chance, I'll post some pics and instructions of how I did it. It took a few hours of work but only has about $15-20 in materials.
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Old 06-12-2013, 07:12 AM   #28
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Here are a couple pics from a recent easy trip.

Specs are:
  • 2007 FJ Cruiser
  • Total Chaos/Icon long travel front
  • MetalTech/Icon long travel rear
  • MetalTech bumpers and sliders
  • Lots of other stuff...







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Old 06-21-2013, 01:02 PM   #30
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before: Stock


After: F and R Demello bumpers, Icon CO w/ Rezzys, Icon Billet UCAs, Icon Rear springs and Piggybacks, TFR Lower links and PH bar, Icon Upper links, Gobi Rack, Rigid 40" E-Series, Demello Engine skid, MT Sliders, TRD CAI, 285/75 KM2s on 16x8 AR Mojaves.


After After: Icon CO's, UCAs, Rear piggys and springs, Demello engine skid, and MT Sliders.
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Old 06-21-2013, 03:07 PM   #31
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Me too on the colors. I was thinking about buying a Jeep and my wife and I saw a lifted Trail Teams FJ in the green and said "Wow! let's get one of those". When I saw a picture of the Cement Gray for 2013 on the FJ Cruiser brochure I was hooked and ordered one immediately.

The rock sliders are stock on the Trail Teams Edition. The front and rear bumpers are from Fab Fours. I was originally intending to buy only the front bumper. I think I looked at every bumper on the market and kept coming back to the FF. It just seemed to be designed for the FJ body. When I went to do the build I learned that my 35x12.5 Toyo and Moto Metal spare would be too heavy/big for the stock wheel carrier so I bought the rear FF bumper, which comes with a heavy duty swing-out wheel carrier. And boy am I glad I did. It really pulled the whole look together.

I had to do some custom work myself to keep the awesome backup camera that comes stock on the TT FJ. It comes from Toyota mounted in the center of the spare. The FF wheel carrier swings out independent of the door and doesn't have a hole in the center of the wheel, which won't work with the camera. So, I cut a two-inch slice off of one side of the stock wheel carrier to fabricate a bracket that lets the camera peak out through the top center slot of the Moto Metal wheel. If I get a chance, I'll post some pics and instructions of how I did it. It took a few hours of work but only has about $15-20 in materials.
Sounds awesome. My buddy has a 2008 FJ TRD (when they actually did that) and I wheel with him a lot. His truck never ceases to amaze me, except this time (his fault really)...

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Yes, it's a swing-out from Demello.
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Old 07-01-2013, 01:44 PM   #33
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Old 07-03-2013, 11:37 AM   #34
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i dont like this thread or your awesome FJ's... it makes me want to trade my tacoma for one...
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Old 07-27-2013, 03:33 PM   #38
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i dont like this thread or your awesome FJ's... it makes me want to trade my tacoma for one...
LOL! I have had three FJ's and loved every one. I just decided to try a Taco this time.





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LOL! I have had three FJ's and loved every one. I just decided to try a Taco this time.
So how do they compare besides the obvious difference of having/ not having a bed
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