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Old 09-28-2012, 01:36 PM   #21
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id gusset your spindles as well. thats a major weak link in the tacoma front end.
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Old 09-28-2012, 02:35 PM   #23
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if he does chose to gusset the buckets, he'll have to get a custom set made

the off the shelf stuff won't work with the heim UCA
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Old 09-28-2012, 03:22 PM   #24
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id gusset your spindles as well. thats a major weak link in the tacoma front end.

forgive my ingnorance... the "bucket"???
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Old 09-28-2012, 07:25 PM   #27
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A friend of mine mentioned reinforcing. He's been off road with me once or twice I'm going to get the coil when i install, get it aligned and then hit the cams, ending with the spindle in a month or two. Or am I missing something?
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Hey John !!do you remember how and where on the 4peaks trail that got your alignment?
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ALIGNMENT VIA OFF ROAD

I assume your asking me?

Bee line to four peaks, up to parking lot ,as you continue past you come to intersection where left goes to 4 peaks and right leads towards butcher Jones I assume.

I went right towards the lake, left as you pass the live stock pen thing. Then you start on a downhill section. I was hauling through that and I honestly don't know if it was on way thru or way back but it was steep with a good size hole,bump, rutt thing at th bottom, slightly off camber which caused a good hard bang! He hee, now that was technical.


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Old 09-29-2012, 10:38 PM   #30
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did your shop have to cut the coil bucket and add that little loop at the top? do the 2012 do that from the factory? my 2011 does not, if they cut that out I'm clueless why u would
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Yeah that trail has sent me on my way with broken drive shafts, tie rods and brake lines but has give'n me a life time of experience. Mixed with a lot of bad judgement have you looked into price for the extra support? If not I'm going to talk with a friend that does a lot of fab work. I can let you know if your interested.?
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bucket Cut?

I honestly have no Idea. I am not sure what exactly you are referring to. Are you speaking about the little half Loop on the very top of the bucket, right above the Remote Resevoir-90degree output. I did not pay for any fab work or see it on the receipt. Could you circle it??

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did your shop have to cut the coil bucket and add that little loop at the top? do the 2012 do that from the factory? my 2011 does not, if they cut that out I'm clueless why u would
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Old 10-01-2012, 10:30 AM   #34
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Take that sway bar off for an even bigger grin

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x2 i have these and they are pure beef
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Old 10-01-2012, 11:33 AM   #36
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this little loop in the coilbucket...pretty sure they added that unless Toyota went crazy with the 2012. I'm not sure why it's cut out. it looks like there was a concern for the hose connector to hit the top? Seems to me you could just turn the connector to clear it.

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I am not sure, but as soon as the moderator on TTORA approves my account I will be sure to ask SDHQ, as they posted my truck on there.

http://www.ttora.com/forum/showthread.php?t=191324


Great attention to detail! No one has mentioned that at all!




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this little loop in the coilbucket...pretty sure they added that unless Toyota went crazy with the 2012. I'm not sure why it's cut out. it looks like there was a concern for the hose connector to hit the top? Seems to me you could just turn the connector to clear it.

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I am not sure, but as soon as the moderator on TTORA approves my account I will be sure to ask SDHQ, as they posted my truck on there.

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Great attention to detail! No one has mentioned that at all!
SDHQ is on here as well. Pm'ed them for ya
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Icon had some old Revision parts get mixed up with a the new revision parts.
The Old version Top Cap had the port located higher on the top cap which required the bucket to get a little trimming/sanding.
The New Rev Top Cap has the port lower and requires no trimming.
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Icon had some old Revision parts get mixed up with a the new revision parts.
The Old version Top Cap had the port located higher on the top cap which required the bucket to get a little trimming/sanding.
The New Rev Top Cap has the port lower and requires no trimming.
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