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Old 06-04-2010, 11:05 AM   #1
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Here are some products other than bumpers and sliders that I offer:

You can find all these things available for order on my online store at
www.relentlessfabrication.us

- Hi-lift bed rail mounting brackets (pair, bare steel):

Easily mount your hi-lift jack to either side bed rail, or front of the bed of the 05+ Tacoma with only a 3/4" wrench and about 5 minutes required.
Jack is held tight with a wing nut for easy no-tools securing and removing from the mounts.




- Bed corner tie down brackets(pair, bare steel)-
These brackets are specially made from CNC cut and bent 3/16" steel to tie the front and side tie down rails together for additional strength, rigidity, and tie down locations. They allow a more secure tie down point for heavy or awkward loads like dirt bikes/street bikes, construction or garden equipment, or anything else large and bulky.
Also has a hole for mounting CB/whip flag/backup or bed lights.






-Skid Plates:
All skid plates are CNC cut and CNC formed on a press brake. If a skid requires any hardware to mount, that hardware is included with the skid plate. Skids ship as bare steel.

Standard duty IFS skid from 3/16" steel
Upgrade to 'Relentless Duty' 1/4" steel skid for only $30 more if you really want a bash-proof skid.
Mid(transmission) skid out of 3/16" steel and T-case skid out of 3/16" steel
Special offer: order all 3 skids and get a package price!

We also offer the IFS and mid in 1/4" 5052 Aluminum for a lighter option for those that dont beat on their truck but want skids there for peace of mind if they were to hit something. Ifs is only 24lbs and mid only 18lbs!

IFS skid:




Mid(transmission/cat) skid



Mid skid looking forward where attached to IFS skid


** The little corners sticking down on the prototype mid skid pictured above have been removed from the CAD/cutting files, so those will no loger stick out past the IFS skid.

Attaching the Mid skid requires the IFS skid to be installed, but the mid skid is not required in order to use the T-case skid.

T-Case skid plate
Bolts behind the transmisssion/tcase cross member and protects the vulnerable tcase and factory exhaust cross over from damage.
Can also be ordered without the cross over drop for more clearance and smoother skid but will require the cross over to be rerouted on V6 trucks. 4cylinder trucks can take advantage of no cross over cutout/drop due to not having the cross over. Please specify what engine your truck has when ordering.
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1st gen Tacoma skids will be available soon as well.

- Headache racks.
I can do them with formed plate uprights, or just out of square/round tube like others out there. PM me and we can talk about the style and functionality vs cost. I can build them out of 1/8" CNC cut steel or aluminum plate, custom lettering available in plate formed uprights. Mounts to factory bed rail mounting location and replaces the factory plastic bed caps on 05+ Tacomas.

Long bed:





short bed:


- 05+ Tacoma Tube bed cargo/accessory bars-
Made from 1 3/4" x.120" wall tubing with 3/16" steel CNC cut mounting brackets.
Includes the necessary mounting hardware (1/2" gr8 bolts and T-slot nuts).
2 mounting tabs for lights/CB standard by request, additional for $5/ea. add hi-lift holder brackets for +$15
Bars are $80ea or order a pair for $150, + shipping.






96-04 Tacoma bed cargo/accessory bars(should also fit 89-95 pickups)
Here is a 1st gen bar with tabs for lights/CB as well as a hilift jack holder on it ($95 as pictured).



- 2005+ Tacoma Hood hinge CB antenna/light mounts. great mount for auxiliary LED lights, or whip antenna's for the dunes as well.

Standard bracket is for driver side, but passenger side is available too.
Or order both brackets at a discount.


Sample images of CB/light bracket installed:





- High-flotation steel plate Hi-lift off road bases.
These offer over 3 times the surface area of the standard hi-lift jack base, so the jack doesnt sink into soft surfaces under the weight of your vehicle. It also bites into the ground for more secure use of the jack, yet the base can also be flipped over so it can still be used on hard surfaces like concrete.
Includes a 1/2" bolt/nut for quick removal or flipping the base.



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Old 07-02-2010, 03:36 AM   #2
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When you say tube bed bar. do you mean like a roll bar type setup because that would be awesome!
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Old 07-02-2010, 04:12 AM   #3
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- Hi-lift bed mount brackets

Win!
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Old 07-02-2010, 12:53 PM   #4
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When you say tube bed bar. do you mean like a roll bar type setup because that would be awesome!
I was meaning one that goes between each side of the bed and can hold a hi-lift, lights, cb antenna, etc. But one like you said could be done.
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- Hi-lift bed mount brackets

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haha, thanks man.
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Old 07-02-2010, 09:31 PM   #5
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Ah i gotcha now, i see alot of them on here with lights mounted on them. Didnt click when i read it. thanks now a bed bar with two slots for dirtbike tires... thats up my alley haha
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Old 07-02-2010, 11:10 PM   #6
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I'll fab any product which I believe I can sell, so a bed bar that can hold dirtbikes could be a possibility for sure man.
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Old 07-09-2010, 02:18 AM   #8
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So.......... pics?
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Old 07-09-2010, 03:03 PM   #9
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so whats the bed bars look like?
I don't have a pic of the finalized design at the moment. It is a 1" tube, bent to about 45* at each end to raise it a few inches above the height of the bedrails, and has a mounting bracket to tie into the tiedown cleats. They come with 2 tabs for lights standard, and can be placed wherever desired, and front or back of the bar. Additional tabs available. Also, mounting tabs off the bottom can be added to hold a Hi-lift.
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So.......... pics?
Which part are you interested in?
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what all are we looking at for the steel hi lift base?
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what all are we looking at for the steel hi lift base?
You mean cost wise, right Jamie?
Kinda still TBD, but I'd say around $30-40 + shipping
They'll be made out of CNC cut 3/16 steel with reinforcing/mounting ribs on top, and a claw at each corner to bite into the ground
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You mean cost wise, right Jamie?
Kinda still TBD, but I'd say around $30-40 + shipping
They'll be made out of CNC cut 3/16 steel with reinforcing/mounting ribs on top, and a claw at each corner to bite into the ground
i'm thinking that too...but also in comparison to the base that is already in the market. i know that the main difference is plastic vs. steel....but u know what i mean? i would love to have a base, but i wouldnt put that money down for a plastic one
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why dont you make a flippin rack for the AC's yet damn it.

JK, interested in the looks of your final design on these bars.
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I would be interested in a tube bed bar but only if it would clear a dirtbike tire in the back even with a hi-lift mounted to it. Anyone done this yet?
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I don't have a pic of the finalized design at the moment. It is a 1" tube, bent to about 45* at each end to raise it a few inches above the height of the bedrails, and has a mounting bracket to tie into the tiedown cleats. They come with 2 tabs for lights standard, and can be placed wherever desired, and front or back of the bar. Additional tabs available. Also, mounting tabs off the bottom can be added to hold a Hi-lift.


Which part are you interested in?
Any of them, to spark ideas ideas of mine.
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- Bed mounted over-cab light bar. (think a 2" tube hoop matched to the angles/height of the cab, with mounting brackets to bolt into the bed, with a fold down light rack on top.

Any pics of this?
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