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Old 03-17-2014, 06:38 PM   #21
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How do the roof mounts on the 42 inch bar attach to the truck? To the factory rack mounts or inside the door jamb? Hard to tell by the picture.

Edit: Looking closer I see it is not the door jamb. Looks like the factory rack mount, please confirm.
Yes, through the rubber trim in the gutter and uses the factory inserts on the Double Cab's. Hardware included, just need to drill 2 small holes through the rubber for the bolts to go down through and thats all the mods necessary
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Old 03-17-2014, 08:15 PM   #22
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yes I have one, didnt have the picture I needed for you yet.
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Just ordered the 42" radius bar, roof mounts and a high lift bed rail mount. I've been wanting to pull the trigger on these items for a long time and this GB was the motivation. Thanks for the help over the phone and thanks again for the GB!
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Old 03-18-2014, 10:38 AM   #25
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No problem and thanks for the order Matthew!
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Old 03-18-2014, 11:39 AM   #26
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Old 03-19-2014, 09:42 AM   #27
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Will the regular 32" fit in the lower grill on a '13? If so I am ready to pull the trigger
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Old 03-19-2014, 12:33 PM   #29
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Will the regular 32" fit in the lower grill on a '13? If so I am ready to pull the trigger
Pulled some measurements, based on what I can see, it looks like it should be tight but just fit in there. What mount were you going to use?
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Was planing on mounting like shown in this thread, unless you guys have a better suggestion. I will defer to the experts. I am a mere modding newb

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/lig...er-bumper.html
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Was planing on mounting like shown in this thread, unless you guys have a better suggestion. I will defer to the experts. I am a mere modding newb

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/lig...er-bumper.html
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Im interested in a radius bar. Im trying to make a roof bar work with my roof rack, so more than likely ill have to fab my own brackets. I wonder if I could trim my roof rack to accommodate your brackets? I know that it has to be possible

is 447 the total for a 50" radius shipped? or plus shipping?
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Lets say I'm interested in a 42" radius for a 02 double cab. Double cabs have roof gutters. Would the mounting brackets be fastened via the roof gutter or behind the weatherstrip within the body door frame? I'd rather not drill directly into the roof.

also, when will the GB run until?

finally, how are we to order the lights with the 1st gen mounts if they aren't available on the site?

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Old 03-19-2014, 10:56 PM   #35
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Im interested in a radius bar. Im trying to make a roof bar work with my roof rack, so more than likely ill have to fab my own brackets. I wonder if I could trim my roof rack to accommodate your brackets? I know that it has to be possible

is 447 the total for a 50" radius shipped? or plus shipping?
It's definitely possible to make a radius work with the rack, I've seen a few.. As for the brackets we make, no way to be sure.. They mount using M6 bolts to the four OEM holes in the front, on top of the rubber seal (rubber requires two holes drilled into both sides.) if that is where your rack mounts in the front, it may be possible to mount the bar directly to the front of the rack.
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Lets say I'm interested in a 42" radius for a 02 double cab. Double cabs have roof gutters. Would the mounting brackets be fastened via the roof gutter or behind the weatherstrip within the body door frame? I'd rather not drill directly into the roof.

also, when will the GB run until?

finally, how are we to order the lights with the 1st gen mounts if they aren't available on the site?

Thanks!
I'm sure Eric will clarify how the mounting will work for your truck. I know there are OEM holes in the DC 1st gen tacos, and for the same reason. We are still in the process of developing the 1st gen mounts, but will be available. Just note your interest in the mounting brackets in the notes area of the cart, and we will get ahold of you. The brackets would most likely be very similar to the 2nd gen mounts. Sale ends on April 5th 2014.

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Will the mounts work on a 4th gen or did I read y'all were working on those? I'm stuck between an actual lift, I have a spacer lift now, or an LED bar. The wife have me $500 to spend. Lol. I already have the billies on all four corners so I can swing new coils for the front and rear with extended break lines. or I can get a 42" bar and some spot and flood lights.
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Will the mounts work on a 4th gen or did I read y'all were working on those? I'm stuck between an actual lift, I have a spacer lift now, or an LED bar. The wife have me $500 to spend. Lol. I already have the billies on all four corners so I can swing new coils for the front and rear with extended break lines. or I can get a 42" bar and some spot and flood lights.
We are definitely working on mounting on anything we can get our hands on. Eric has a 3rd & 4th gen. We have access to 4 generations of t4rs (1st-4th,) and I'm sure we will have mounts for the 4th gen first, as this is his GFs DD. If I'm not mistaken, I believe the 4th gen t4r has very similar OEM holes as the taco. Check out the first page of the thread as well, there is a pic of a 3rd gen, but with what looks like door-jam style mounting brackets.

Rampage light bars also come with standard mounting brackets free of charge, but will require drilling in most situations.
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I'm sure Eric will clarify how the mounting will work for your truck. I know there are OEM holes in the DC 1st gen tacos, and for the same reason. We are still in the process of developing the 1st gen mounts, but will be available. Just note your interest in the mounting brackets in the notes area of the cart, and we will get ahold of you. The brackets would most likely be very similar to the 2nd gen mounts. Sale ends on April 5th 2014.

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Gotcha on the note and the end of sale. Where are the OEM holes? I've looked for these holes in the past when I thought of fabricating and mounting a roofrack. They'd be within the gutter right? Maybe I'm just blind?
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Gotcha on the note and the end of sale. Where are the OEM holes? I've looked for these holes in the past when I thought of fabricating and mounting a roofrack. They'd be within the gutter right? Maybe I'm just blind?
So to clarify, this morning we realized that Eric's 2005 also does not have the holes. So you are not blind. But we are still going to develop mounting! Stay tuned and get your orders in!
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