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Old 08-29-2013, 02:29 PM   #121
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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
Truck w/ Mileage- 2006 Tacoma Double Cab V6 4.0 110,xxx mi
Front Suspension- Home Made Long Travel Kit No.2
Front Shocks- Sway A Way 10" w/ OEM Top Mount
Rear Suspension- DTF bedcage with Allpro 50T pack
Rear Shocks- 18" F-O-A Triple bypass Remote Resi
Front Spring Rate- 500/650lb
Front Valving- Shock guy knows
Front Bypass Settings- N/A
Rear Valving- Default From F-O-A, Unknown
Rear Bypass Settings- in the works
Front Fenders- Fiberwerx One Piece Clip
Rear Bedsides- Fiberwerx 6" TT bedsides *ordering soon*
Front Track Width- 88" and some change due to 1/4" wheel spacers
Rear Track Width- 80"
Wheels- Powder coated KMC Enduro Real Beadlocks
Tires- Custom grooved Toyo Open Country MTs
Engine Modifications- URD TCAI, Magnaflow Muffler, URD MAF cal
Drivetrain Modifications- Wookie Carrier Bearing and stock gears
Gussetting- Rear half of frame boxed & plated. Full engine cage & DMZ motor mount gussets
Additional Specs- Strapped at 18" front and rear
Additional Modifications- Relocated battery behind back seat

Estimated Investment After Truck Purchase- 8K



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Old 08-29-2013, 02:49 PM   #122
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Just incase someone with mid travel was thinking about getting started

Truck w/ Mileage- 2005 Tacoma Acess Cab V6 4.0 126,500mi
Front Suspension- LSK Long Travel 3.5" over Kit & LSK Fabbed Spindles
Front Shocks- 2.5" Fox Race Series Shocks & King 2.0x4" Bumps shortened to 2" travel
Rear Suspension- N/A (Allpro MT Standard Springs)
Rear Shocks- Stock Replacement Fox 2.0 Resis
Front Spring Rate- 18"x3"x600lbs
Front Valving- Custom Compression and Rebound Shims from DSM
Front Bypass Settings- N/A
Rear Valving- Default From Fox
Rear Bypass Settings- N/A
Front Fenders- Fiberwerx
Rear Bedsides- Glassworks *ordering soon*
Wheels- KMC Enduros
Tires- Falken Wildpeaks
Engine Modifications- K&N Intake, Magnaflow 3" Exhaust Kit
Drivetrain Modifications- Upgraded Greasable U-Joints *slip yoke coming soon*
Gussetting- *TC UCA double sheer & DMZ motor mount gussets coming soon*
Additional Specs- Strapped at 15" in the front
Additional Modifications- Sick Nick's Fab front bumper, Sick Nicks Fab CB drop, Icom ICV8000 HAM, STL Chase Lights, 22" Light Bar, Siren, Sound System, Ect.
Investment of Truck - $13,000
Investment After Truck Purchase- $5000 (Buy Used)
TOTAL - 18,000 and a long ways to go.
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Old 10-22-2013, 12:45 AM   #123
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Truck w/ Mileage- 2010 Double Cab Short Bed 4x4 SR5 - 97k miles (yeah, I drive A LOT)
Front Suspension- Total Chaos 3.5" LT kit with bushing UCA's + extended chromoly axles
Front Shocks- 2.5x8" King Coilovers with resis, 16" 700lbs spring
Rear Suspension- All Pro Expo pack - soon to be DMZ SUA kit
Rear Shocks- Stock Replacement Icon 2.0 Resis
Front Spring Rate- 16"x700lbs King springs
Front Valving- Valved from King for DCSB 4x4 with TC 3.5" kit
Front Bypass Settings- N/A
Rear Valving- Default From Icon
Rear Bypass Settings- N/A
Front Fenders- Glassworks
Rear Bedsides- Glassworks flat bedsides *ordering soon*
Wheels- Method Double Standard 16x8"
Tires- Falken Wildpeak AT's 315/75/16
Engine Modifications- In cab snorkel, AFE Pro Dry-S drop in filter, Aero Turbine 2525XL muffler
Drivetrain Modifications- Total Chaos chromoly extended front axle shafts
Gussetting- Total Chaos cam tab, spindle, and coil bucket gussets.
Additional Specs- Total Chaos kit straps (not sure on length yet) and spring clevises.
Additional Modifications- Pelfreybilt front 3 hoop plate bumper built to fit Glassworks fenders, CBI rear plate bumper w/tire swing out, All Pro APEX sliders with kickouts and fill plates, Rigid amber dually's, STL front and rear strobe ambers, Yaesu FT2500R Ham radio (licensed), Spidertrax front wheel spacers, Wheeler's Super Bumps front and rear, Pioneer AVIC F700BT head unit, dual Rockford Fosgate PUNCH series 10" subs, Rockford Fosgate 900w amp, Blue Sea Systems aux. fuse box, LED rock lights, ABS killswitch mod, Bestop Supertop, BHLM with FX-R retros and 4300k HIDs, LED turn signals front and rear, LED corner lights, LED cabin lights, Cab mount chop, All Pro U-bolt flip kit.
Investment of Truck - $24,500
Investment After Truck Purchase- about $10,000
TOTAL - $34,000 and definitely climbing [/QUOTE]







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Old 10-22-2013, 10:05 AM   #124
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^DMZ kit doesn't use F67s
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Old 10-22-2013, 10:06 AM   #125
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^DMZ kit doesn't use F67s
Truth. Its a proprietary to Tim spring.
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