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Old 12-19-2012, 12:09 PM   #41
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deer springs is pretty rutted out last time I was there. I am thinking drug airport area
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Old 12-19-2012, 04:49 PM   #42
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deer springs is pretty rutted out last time I was there. I am thinking drug airport area
yeah drug airport is pretty rutted
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Old 12-19-2012, 05:45 PM   #43
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yeah drug airport is pretty rutted
they gated off the regular and easy entrance in, then people went around it via a dug out ran access. And as of 2 months ago the gate has been extended even longer to cover the ditch so u literally cannot get in. Only ways in now are the gas station off the 15 and way back farther off of twin oaks but its heavily rutted and 4wd mandatory for those two points so i cant go any more

best chance to mess around would be bonsall and ponto for the scubi haha. both are fun and have some flat area's and jumps and shit for trucks as well
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Old 02-18-2013, 10:34 AM   #44
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incase anyone is looking for a rear fiberglass bedside with the OEM tail light area filled in...we just finished the new design and is ready for sale....Engage 05+ Tacoma Short Bed Fiberglass Bedsides are ready to be ordered,





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Old 04-29-2013, 11:44 PM   #45
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More 2nd gen love! After seein the glassworks front clip, I'm in love with that look so much more now..
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Old 05-02-2013, 06:24 PM   #46
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Old 05-03-2013, 09:23 AM   #47
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well here is our latest fiberglass project, a conversion clip from 05-13 Gen II Tacom to 10-13 Gen II Tundra.... the plug is finished.....now to buff it to a mirrow shine and start the molding process...heres a pic of the plug on the doner truck

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Old 05-03-2013, 09:35 AM   #48
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Ive been looking hard at them however I am not really sold on them for the same reasons above PLUS fiberwerx glass is pretty horrible in quality (pretty much only ones ive seen making these). My bedsides had issues from the time I picked them up at their shop down here. Ill likely ditch them soon after I cage the cab (little more important) and hang some Glassworks instead.

They are cool on some trucks like Matt said however personally I like the look 1st gen tacos have.
For quality and fitment I say glassworks all the way.
Only they are hard to buy from anymore, the last I checked they were taking cash or checks only. Not sure what the deal is??? If one of these glass shops can really get their shit together they'll own the fiberglass scene. Theres not really a whole lot of competition out there.
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Old 05-03-2013, 09:39 AM   #49
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If one of these glass shops can really get their shit together they'll own the fiberglass scene. Theres not really a whole lot of competition out there.
unfortunately this is true....that is the biggest reason why we just started producing the fiberglass our selfs now....and since then....we have had zero issues with our customer getting their fiberglass on time!
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Old 05-03-2013, 09:40 AM   #50
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Need a lot bigger jack for that down travel
Should eat those whoops up real nice.
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Old 05-03-2013, 09:58 AM   #51
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unfortunately this is true....that is the biggest reason why we just started producing the fiberglass our selfs now....and since then....we have had zero issues with our customer getting their fiberglass on time!
Yeah but are you guys truly doing it yourselves or relying on one of the 4 major comps out there to produce for you. Rebranding doesn't count in my opinion because it still comes from the same source and thus the problems often still exist. Its somewhat alleviated by say you buying in bulk to take the pressure off the comp making the product, but this is never a fix unless the manufacturer stops selling to the public altogether. I just speak from experience thatís all.

Itís a shame a lot of these small comps donít understand the importance of proper management. So much put into product design/fabrication and personal reward, but not enough into the staff that truly carries the company.
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Here's mine just got finished. 1st gen to 2nd gen conversion. Put a 32" LED babehind the grill as well.

It is a Fiberwerx one piece and lined up perfectly at the doors and with the OEM grill and headlights. No trimming required.





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Yeah but are you guys truly doing it yourselves or relying on one of the 4 major comps out there to produce for you. Rebranding doesn't count in my opinion because it still comes from the same source and thus the problems often still exist. Its somewhat alleviated by say you buying in bulk to take the pressure off the comp making the product, but this is never a fix unless the manufacturer stops selling to the public altogether. I just speak from experience thatís all.

Itís a shame a lot of these small comps donít understand the importance of proper management. So much put into product design/fabrication and personal reward, but not enough into the staff that truly carries the company.
ohh no we have gone down that path and we got screwed....we manufacture and own our own molds, we do the fiberglass in house here in the shop....we dont send our products to be made across the border, we keep stock on hand and keep looking for new product to make....
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Here's mine just got finished. 1st gen to 2nd gen conversion. Put a 32" LED babehind the grill as well.

It is a Fiberwerx one piece and lined up perfectly at the doors and with the OEM grill and headlights. No trimming required.





Oh man that is really clean
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Here's mine just got finished. 1st gen to 2nd gen conversion. Put a 32" LED babehind the grill as well.

It is a Fiberwerx one piece and lined up perfectly at the doors and with the OEM grill and headlights. No trimming required.





Holy smokes awesome looking truck
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ohh no we have gone down that path and we got screwed....we manufacture and own our own molds, we do the fiberglass in house here in the shop....we dont send our products to be made across the border, we keep stock on hand and keep looking for new product to make....

You hiring by chance?
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That is so clean. Nice work. Did you do it yourself or have a shop do it? I miss my 1st Gen so much every time I see one built up right.
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That is so clean. Nice work. Did you do it yourself or have a shop do it? I miss my 1st Gen so much every time I see one built up right.
Thanks man. A friend of mine built the whole truck in his side yard haha. Definitely shop quality though.
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WE are accepting applications at the moment, send in your resume to engageoffroad@gmail.com , do you have metal fabrication skills or fiberglass skills?....message us so we dont clutter this thread
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