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Old 02-15-2012, 11:18 AM   #1
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Hey Guys,

Thought this might be good to see the exact details of everyones set up. Makes for good discussion, advice, input, changes, etc. Also, inquiring minds can use this as a good overall basis to see what it takes/costs to make a play truck, chase truck, race truck, etc. Here's the outline:

Truck w/ Mileage- 2008 Tacoma Double Cab V6 4.0 48,xxxx mi
Front Suspension- Total Chaos Long Travel Kit
Front Shocks- King Remote Resi 2.5x8" w/ OEM Top Mount
Rear Suspension- Defined Engineering Spring Under Axle Kit, Defined Engineering Weld in Shock Hoops w/ Removeable Crossbar, Defined Engineering Shackle Brace
Rear Shocks- 14" F-O-A Smooth Body Remote Resi
Front Spring Rate- 600lb
Front Valving- Default From King, Unknown
Front Bypass Settings- N/A
Rear Valving- Default From F-O-A, Unknown
Rear Bypass Settings- N/A
Front Fenders- Glassworks 4.5" Flare
Rear Bedsides- Glassworks TT Style 4.5" Flare
Front Track Width- 82.5"
Rear Track Width- 78"
Wheels- V-Tech Raptor 16x8 4.5BS
Tires- Hankook Dynapro ATM RF10 305/70/16
Engine Modifications- TRD Intake, Airrad Throttle Body Spacer, Magnaflow Offroad Series Catback
Drivetrain Modifications- Altered Pinion Angle 5 deg, AllPro 1.5" Wheel Spacers in Rear
Gussetting- No Additional Gussetting at this time.
Additional Specs- Strapped Front 1/2" from full droop, Strapped Rear 3/4" from full droop. Calculated Front Travel 12", Calculated Rear Travel 13-1/4
Additional Modifications- Baja Bumpers Front & Rear Tubed, Dual Kragen 7" HIDs, DDM 6000k HIDs

Estimated Investment After Truck Purchase- <> $10K




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Old 02-15-2012, 03:28 PM   #3
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Looks good.
Start gusseting.
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Old 02-15-2012, 03:33 PM   #4
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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
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Old 02-15-2012, 03:42 PM   #5
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Looks good.
Start gusseting.
You mean start spending thats all next

DTF- How much did you score your bypasses for?
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500 bucks only used for mock up. I got them from some dude in Hemet
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Old 02-15-2012, 03:55 PM   #7
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You mean start spending thats all next
It's all relative. Gussets are cheap in comparison to the rest of the stuff.
More importantly it's cheap insurance compared to fixing a bent frame or fucked spindles. Even if you paid retail for off the shelf gussets
Spindle Guessets: $60
Coil Bucket Gussets: $90
Camber Tab Gussets: $85
Frame Plates: $100
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Old 02-15-2012, 04:03 PM   #9
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500 bucks only used for mock up. I got them from some dude in Hemet
LOL funny! My F-O-A's were purchased solely for the same. They actually havent too bad tho....Prefer bypasses tho
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Old 02-15-2012, 04:04 PM   #10
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It's all relative. Gussets are cheap in comparison to the rest of the stuff.
More importantly it's cheap insurance compared to fixing a bent frame or fucked spindles. Even if you paid retail for off the shelf gussets
Spindle Guessets: $60
Coil Bucket Gussets: $90
Camber Tab Gussets: $85
Frame Plates: $100
Preaching to the Choir Man!!!
But thanks for the reinteration
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Truck w/ Mileage- 2005 Tacoma Access Cab V6 4.0 72,xxx mi
Front Suspension- Engage Long Travel Kit w/Pure Race Spindles
Front Shocks- King Remote Resi 2.5x8"
Rear Suspension- My design
Rear Shocks- 2.0" dia. double bypass 18" stroke
Front Spring Rate- 500lbs
Front Valving- Engage
Front Bypass Settings- 2.5x8" King double bypass
Rear Valving- Unknown
Rear Bypass Settings- Unknown
Front Fenders- Glassworks 4.5" Flare
Rear Bedsides- Glassworks 4.5" Flare
Front Track Width- Unknown
Rear Track Width- Unknown
Wheels- American Eagle 17x9 186 Series
Tires- Federal Cougara MT 35x12.5
Engine Modifications- TRD K&N off road intake, Doug Thorley long tube headers, Flowmaster 40 series muffler
Drivetrain Modifications- G2 regear to 4.56
Gussetting- Engage bypass shock hoops
Additional Specs- N/A
Additional Modifications- My own fabricated front and rear bumpers, dual vertical tire carrier

Estimated Investment After Truck Purchase- <> more than I should have spent






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Truck w/ Mileage- 1999 Tacoma Extra Cab V6 , 180,xxx
Front Suspension- Total Chaos LT,
Front Shocks- Race Runner 2.5x8" Resi
Rear Suspension- Deaver j59 pack , RaceRunner 2.0 x2" Air Bumps , Custom underbed bar for shocks,
Rear Shocks- Bilstein 7100's 12" Remote Resi
Front Spring Rate- 600lbs
Front Valving- 12 on Compression, 10 Rebound
Front Bypass Settings- none
Rear Valving- 255/70
Rear Bypass Settings- None
Front Fenders- Glassworks 3.5" Flare
Rear Bedsides- Stock Pulled
Front Track Width- +3.5 over
Rear Track Width- Stock
Wheels- Eagle Alloys 16x7'' 058 Series
Tires- 265/75/16 BFG All Terrian
Engine Modifications- Deckplate, Magnaflow Cat, Spintech Super Pro Street. , Stock rest
Drivetrain Modifications- None
Gussetting- Spindle gussets, Coil Bucket Gussets.
Additional Specs- N/A
Additional Modifications-
Estimated Investment After Truck Purchase- About $5K



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Truck w/ Mileage- 2002 Tacoma Ext Cab V6 2wd 117,xxxx mi
Front Suspension- Camburg Long Travel Kit
Front Shocks- King 2.5x8" coilover, King 2.5x8" double bypass & Fox 2.0x2.5" bump stops
Front Valving- 008/008
Front Spring Rate- 600lb
Front Bypass valving- 15/10
Rear Suspension- Deaver H70 SUA
Rear Shocks- King 2.5x16" double bypass
Rear Valving- 12-15/8
Front Fenders- Glassworks 4.5" Flare
Rear Bedsides- Hanneman 7" flare
Front Track Width- 78" ish?
Rear Track Width- unknown (update later)
Wheels- ION alloy 174 16x8 -5MM offset
Tires- BFG AT 285/75/16
Engine/Drivetrain Modifications- Solid motor and trans mounts
Gussetting- Spindle gussets, UCA gussets, cam gussets, outer rear frame plates and boxed frame, motor mount gussets
Additional Modifications- 1.75" .120 DOM roll cage tied front to rear bumper, Twisted Stitch seats, Crow harnesses, (3) 4" HID lights on the front bumper, Willwood rear BPV
Estimated Investment After Truck Purchase- <> 60,000 sticks of gum




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Truck w/ Mileage- 2007 Tacoma Access Cab V6 4.0 4X4 15,xxxx mi
Front Suspension- Total Chaos Long Travel Kit
Front Shocks- King 2.5x10"
Rear Suspension- DMZ Spring Under Conversion
Rear Shocks- King 2.5 18"
Front Spring Rate- 600lb
Front Valving- Default From King, Unknown
Front Bypass Settings- Unknown
Rear Valving- Default From King, Unknown
Rear Bypass Settings- N/A
Front Fenders- Hannemann (4.5" Flare I think)
Rear Bedsides- Hannemann
Front Track Width- 3.5"+ over per side
Rear Track Width- Not sure
Wheels- Walker Evans 17x8.5 beadlocks
Tires- BFG AT 315/70/17
Engine Modifications- URD Supercharger kit, JBA headers
Drivetrain Modifications- 4.56s
Gussetting- Total Chaos Spindle Gussets
Additional Specs- A lot
Additional Modifications- DMZ skid, Optima Yellow Tops, 32G Fuel Safe, Amber LEDs, 1.5" billet spacers, Bike mounts, jack mount, 2 vertical spares, Vision X 8" HIDs,

Estimated Investment After Truck Purchase- <> $Don't want to think about it
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Nice details guys!!!

Lets see if we can be a little more specific on the track width. Standard specs on the kits + over numbers will still vary the physical track width with wheel and tire set-up.

I measured mine from the edge of the tread..
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Truck w/ Mileage- 2006 Tacoma Access Cab V6 4.0 76k(?) miles
Front Suspension- Camburg Long Travel Kit, heimed UCAs
Front Shocks- Fox Remote Resi 2.5x8" coilovers, Fox 2.5x8" triple bypass
Rear Suspension- Giant 64" SUA
Rear Shocks- 3x18" Fox quad bypass
Front Spring Rate- 650lb
Front Valving- As delivered from Camburg
Front Bypass Settings- I forget
Rear Valving- As delivered
Rear Bypass Settings- I forget
Front Fenders- Glassworks 4.5" Flare
Rear Bedsides- Glassworks 4.5" Flare but I need wider
Front Track Width- ??
Rear Track Width- ?? (new rear axle going on soon)
Wheels- ProComp 7089s 16x8 4.5BS
Tires- BFG MT T/A KM2 305/70/16
Engine Modifications- TRD intake, stubby exhaust
Drivetrain Modifications- High angle driveline TT driveshaft with Ford Super Duty carrier bearing
Gussetting- Spindles, engine mounts, LCA mounts, UCA mounts, coil buckets, frame, trussed rear axle, rear suspension hangers are tied together, etc.
Additional Specs- Harbor Freight jackstands
Additional Modifications- SCORE-tagged 2" .120 wall chromoly rollcage, Mastercraft seats, 5-point harnesses, 60 gallon custom fuel cell, lights up front, dust lights out back, ICOM race radio, driver/passenger intercom, dual-output RaceAir, Lowrance, SBX-3100 dual camera video system, BudBuilt skidplates, torque arm/driveshaft skidplate, body mounts chopped, manual brakes, fire extinguishers, blown airbags, generally broken, Ford diesel/trailer/winch to haul it around

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Truck w/ Mileage- 2004 Tacoma with 170,xxx
Front Suspension- Camburg Long Travel- Icon Remote Resi 2.5x8"
Rear Suspension- (Custom mid-travel)
Rear Shocks- Sway-away Remote 2.5x10" travel
Front Spring Rate- 650lb
Front Valving- (As delivered from Camburg)
Front Bypass Settings- N/A
Rear Valving- (As delivered)
Rear Bypass Settings- N/A
Front Fenders- Glasswork 4.5"
Rear Bedsides- N/A (Still sitting in garage)
Front Track Width- unknown
Rear Track Width- unknown
Wheels- Tires- 16x8 Eagle Alloy 185- 265/75/16 Toyo M/T tires
Engine Modifications- TRD headers, 4" deck plate mod, AiRaid intake tube, BA muffler
Drivetrain Modifications- unknown
Gussetting- SMS coil bucket, TC spindle gussets, frame
Additional Specs-N/A
Additional Modifications- N/A

Estimated Investment After Truck Purchase- <> $7k
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