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Old 10-25-2012, 09:36 AM   #81
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Old 10-25-2012, 10:02 AM   #82
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Truck w/ Mileage- 2004 Tacoma Double Cab V6 3.4 27,000
Front Suspension- ESB Race Kit bumped & strapped at 16"
Front Shocks- King Remote Resi 2.5x10"
Rear Suspension- Custom 4 link bumped and strapped @ 22"
Rear Shocks- King 2.5x16 C/O
Front Spring Rate- 500/600
Front Valving- Written down somewhere..
Front Bypass Settings- King 2.5x10" tripple bypass, 2.5x3" bump
Rear Valving- Written down somewhere...
Rear Bypass Settings- King 2.5x18" Tripple bypass, 2.5x4 bump
Front Fenders- Glassworks 6.5" Flare
Rear Bedsides- Glassworks 4.5" flare customized to 7" flare
Front Track Width- 84'
Rear Track Width- 80"
Wheels- Stockers
Tires- BFG AT's 315/75/16
Engine Modifications- TRD S/C, URD fuel mods, URD AFR box
Drivetrain Modifications- Solid carrier bearing, Level 10 valve body, Race Ready tranny cooler, art carr shifter,
Gussetting- Lots of it!
Additional Specs- Caged front to back with 1 1/2 4130, 2 Mastercraft pro's with crow 5pts up front, stock rear bench seat with 2 5pt harnesses, 2 spare tires, race jack, Fuel Safe 22gal(I know I should have went bigger) fuel cell with stock fuel plate, sending unit, walbro fuel pump, passes emissions!
Additional Modifications- Glassworks S/C hood, all stock interior went back in, race truck with a radio and A/C

Estimated Investment After Truck Purchase- <> $5.00

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Old 10-25-2012, 10:14 AM   #83
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Old 12-27-2012, 09:15 PM   #84
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oooo im so jealous I want to build a 4 door so bad!! gonna start saving up to get one!!
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Old 12-27-2012, 09:22 PM   #85
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Truck w/ Mileage- 1987 Toyota Pickup/ 400,000+
Front Suspension- Total Chaos Get 2 kit LT
Front Shocks- king Coilovers
Rear Suspension- 62" Deaver f-67 w/ Total Chaos 12" shackles
Rear Shocks- 16"FOA triple bypasses
Front Spring Rate- 500lb
Front Valving- Default
Front Bypass Settings- N/A
Rear Valving- Default
Rear Bypass Settings- N/A
Front Fenders- Mcneil fiber glass fenders
Rear Bedsides- Glass works 89-95
Front Track Width- Not sure, never mesured
Rear Track Width- Stock
Wheels- 15" soon to be American racing mojave teflon
Tires- 33x12.50 procomp
Engine Modifications-
Drivetrain Modifications- NA
Gussetting- No Additional Gussetting at this time.
Additional Specs-
Additional Modifications- Front Bumper, Taco seats

Estimated Investment After Truck Purchase- <> Too much to rememer

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Old 07-17-2013, 03:02 PM   #86
it's about the off-road miles
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The Pool Service/Pizza Delivery Truck...

Truck w/ Mileage- 2009 Tacoma Regular Cab Prerunner. 73k and counting
Front Suspension- Dirt Designs Long Travel Kit with Spindles
Front Shocks- Standard King Remote Resi 2.5x8"
Rear Suspension- Stock front hanger, 12" shackle, f67s, 2.0x4 bumps
Rear Shocks- 2.5 King Double Bypass
Front Spring Rate- 600lbs
Front Valving- 20comp. 12reb
Front Bypass Settings- none
Rear Valving- 12comp. 10reb
Rear Bypass Settings- Rebound open, Comp 5 turns from full open
Front Fenders- Mcneil 4" Flare
Rear Bedsides- Glassworks 4.5" Flare
Front Track Width- 88"
Rear Track Width- im guessing around 85"?
Wheels- Method Standards 17x9mm 4.5 backspacing
Tires- BFG MudTerrains T/A KR
Engine Modifications- Stock
Drivetrain Modifications- Stock
Gussetting- Dirt Designs Crossover Tube, TC Alignment Cams
Additional Specs- Flowmaster 44
Additional Modifications- Front bumper built by DTF Fab. Flowmaster 44, 1.5wheel spacers in rear.

Estimated Investment After Truck Purchase- i stopped counting last year haha.








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Old 07-17-2013, 03:06 PM   #87
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Truck w/ Mileage- 2006 Tacoma Double Cab V6 4.0 108,xxx mi
Front Suspension- Home Made Long Travel Kit
Front Shocks- Fox Remote Resi 2.5x8" w/ OEM Top Mount
Rear Suspension- DTF bedcage with Allpro 50T pack *not installed yet*
Rear Shocks- 18" F-O-A Triple bypass Remote Resi *not installed yet*
Front Spring Rate- 600lb
Front Valving- Default From Fox, Unknown
Front Bypass Settings- N/A
Rear Valving- Default From F-O-A, Unknown
Rear Bypass Settings- Default From F-O-A, Unknown
Front Fenders- Glassworks 4.5" Flare
Rear Bedsides- Glassworks TT Style 4.5" Flare
Front Track Width- x + 5"
Rear Track Width- x
Wheels- Ultra 168 powder coated matte black
Tires- BFG TA KO 295/75/16
Engine Modifications- URD TCAI & Magnaflow Muffler
Drivetrain Modifications- Ruined carrier bearing
Gussetting- No Additional Gussetting at this time.
Additional Specs- Strapped Front 3/4" from full droop, Calculated Front Travel 12.75"
Additional Modifications- DTF bumpers, Body mount chop, Triple Kragen 7" HIDs, DDM 35w 5000k HIDs

Estimated Investment After Truck Purchase- <> $4-5K

I will EDIT this post when I get more info like track width
No gussets, suuuuure
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Old 07-17-2013, 03:06 PM   #88
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So glad someone finally added to this!!!! Hope this thread makes a come back!!
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Old 07-17-2013, 03:13 PM   #89
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Truck w/ Mileage- 2001 prerunner v6 ext cab 115k miles
Front Suspension- MMW custom 6in over kit
Front Shocks- Race runner/Sway aways.
Rear Suspension- All Pro 8leaf pack, poly bumps, "Mini bedcage"
Rear Shocks- 10" fox 2.0 Resi's
Front Spring Rate- Kings (600lb)
Front Valving- Unknown
Front Bypass Settings- N/A
Rear Valving- Unknown
Rear Bypass Settings- N/A
Front Fenders- Fiberwerx 4.5in
Rear Bedsides- Fiberwerx 4.5in
Front Track Width- 85"
Rear Track Width- 76"
Wheels- Wheelers steelies
Tires- Cooper ATP 265/75/r16 Spares 33/12.5/r16 BFG Km2s
Engine Modifications- Spectre C/A intake, Garage fab 1/4in boxed frame perches, Bomb proof motor mounts
Drivetrain modifications- Soild mounted tranny/motor
Gussetting- Trailgear rear frame box kit, TC cam tab gussets
Additional Specs- Front: Fox 2.5" air bumps, Limit Straps Rear: 1.5in allpro wheel spacers.
Additional Modifications- Custom front and rear bumpers (garage fab'd myself), 22Gallon Jazz racing fuel cell, 3 Kragen 7in HID offroad lights. amber chase light, blue chase light, Magnaflow exhaust.

Estimated Investment After Truck Purchase- <> Tooo much!!




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Old 07-18-2013, 12:15 AM   #91
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No gussets, suuuuure
hahahaha I'll update soon

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Old 07-18-2013, 03:20 AM   #92
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Truck w/ Mileage- 2004 Tacoma Prerunner
Front Suspension- MCM Fab Tacoma Race Kit
Front Shocks- King 3.0x10 Bypass, 2.5x10 Coilover
Rear Suspension- 62" Deaver H-70 (actually E somthing now I think) with custom 12" shackles
Rear Shocks- King 3.0x18 Four tube bypasses
Front Spring Rate- UNK
Front Valving- UNK
Front Bypass Settings- UNK
Rear Valving- UNK
Rear Bypass Settings- UNK
Front Fenders- Fiberwerx Tundra Conversion 1 Piece
Rear Bedsides- Fiberwerx 8" bedsides
Front Track Width- 85" (est.)
Rear Track Width- 83" (est.)
Wheels- American Racing Baja 5.25" Backspacing
Tires- 35x12.5x15 General Grabbers
Engine Modifications- AEF Intake, Doug Thorley Headers
Drivetrain Modifications- Currie Housing/35 spline Axles, Strange 3rd w/6.00,
Gussetting- Tons, front/rear frame.
Additional Specs-
Additional Modifications- Fiberwerx dash/center console, Twisted Stich seats and window nets, Lowrance Elite 5M, fully caged with 2" DOM cab, 1.75" throughout the rest.
Estimated Investment After Truck Purchase- <> Guessing $15k-$20k

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July 2009, the day I bought it....




How it looks today almost exactly 4 years later...
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Old 07-18-2013, 10:11 AM   #93
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^ love that paint job!
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Old 07-18-2013, 11:51 AM   #94
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Looks like a wrap
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Old 07-19-2013, 03:25 AM   #95
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Thanks, and yes it's a wrap done by Warrior Wraps in Las Vegas, NV. We kicked around the idea of just painting the truck in an OD Green and then adding some logos, etc but worked out a great deal on the wrap and was super excited about how it turned out.
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Old 07-19-2013, 09:51 AM   #97
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Thanks, and yes it's a wrap done by Warrior Wraps in Las Vegas, NV. We kicked around the idea of just painting the truck in an OD Green and then adding some logos, etc but worked out a great deal on the wrap and was super excited about how it turned out.
out of curiosity how much did it cost for the wrap? im debating changing colors and paint is expensive! You can PM me if you dont want it public.
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Old 07-19-2013, 02:17 PM   #99
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out of curiosity how much did it cost for the wrap? im debating changing colors and paint is expensive! You can PM me if you dont want it public.
wrapping is more expensive than painting
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wrapping is more expensive than painting
I May just stay a panda for ever.
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