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Old 10-17-2009, 06:30 PM   #1
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ICONS/All Pro/Total Chaos installed finally.

Finally got around to installing everything between last night and this morning.

The truck back in 2007



Parts pile I started out with last night.

1. ICON Extended Travel Remote Reservoir front coil-overs
2. ICON Rear reservoir shocks
3. Total Chaos UCA's
4. All Pro 3" lift rear leaf springs
5. All Pro U-Bolt Flip Kit
6. Timbren rear bump stops
7. Toytec Carrier Bearing Drop Kit
8. All Pro SS Brake Lines

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Havent installed my Timbrens yet since I didn't have a tap and die set for the bracket. I wish the All-Pro flip kit plate was already drilled for it. Would make sense since they sell it as a kit.


Ride height differences

FRONT BEFORE


FRONT AFTER



REAR BEFORE


REAR AFTER


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Will be getting my Moto Metals and 285's installed on Monday. They will finish off a long wait to lift my truck. I ordered all the parts back the first of September and just now finally had all the parts to do the install. Wasn't too bad but I think ill hold off on any more major projects for a while. For some weird reason the carrier bearing drop kit was a whore to install. I thought about doing an at length write up on installing everything but once I got started I really didn't feel like taking alot of pictures.
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Old 10-17-2009, 06:39 PM   #3
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Nice! Awesome setup!
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Old 10-17-2009, 06:41 PM   #4
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nice set up. congrats
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Huge difference! I like it alot. Can't wait to see it with the Motos and 285s.
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How's the handling, on and offroad? If you've gotten the chance yet.
Haven't gotten to drive it much yet. I'm hesitant until I get get to Lowes and get a tap so I can mount my Timbrens. Once I do that I will find a spot to take her offroad. I am a little worried as the driveshaft vibration is pretty bad. It wasnt bad when I had only installed the fronts. I installed the CB drop kit, but it was a real pain to get the new bolts back in and I don't know for sure if I have it adjusted as far forward as it was stock. Now that I have the truck on the ground I might see if its easier to minipulate.
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Old 10-17-2009, 08:58 PM   #9
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it looks really goo man, i just installed the fox coilovers with the camburg, but the reservoir its hidden, and in yours the reservoir its in plain sight and that is what i wanted with my coilovers but i think that if i show more my equipment im afraid that my truck will be stolen ...

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Old 10-17-2009, 09:02 PM   #10
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Subscribing.
I wanna see the finished product with the wheels.
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Old 10-17-2009, 10:12 PM   #11
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Very Nice your truck looks great. I dont know if you can shim the rear cus of the u-bolt flip but toy tec shims stopped just about all my vibes.
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Old 10-17-2009, 10:15 PM   #12
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So jealous. i been saving for that exact front suspension set up, it looks really good man, have fun in the dirt when u get a chance.
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Old 10-18-2009, 08:05 AM   #13
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Haven't gotten to drive it much yet. I'm hesitant until I get get to Lowes and get a tap so I can mount my Timbrens. Once I do that I will find a spot to take her offroad. I am a little worried as the driveshaft vibration is pretty bad. It wasnt bad when I had only installed the fronts. I installed the CB drop kit, but it was a real pain to get the new bolts back in and I don't know for sure if I have it adjusted as far forward as it was stock. Now that I have the truck on the ground I might see if its easier to minipulate.
understandable. Let us know when you get a chance. Sorry about your vibes. I think a one piece drive shaft will solve your problem but I don't know how much that is.
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Looks good, cant wait to see it with the wheels and tires, what tires are you going with?
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Got the wheels/tires and nerf bars installed today. I am extremely pleased with how it looks though finding pictures of this exact setup on TacomaWorld wasn't hard so I knew what it was going to look like. Interestingly enough my really harsh driveline vibration is almost non-exhistant after the alignment and rim install.













Had to remove the front mud guards because they badly rubbed at minimal turn. After they were off I had to remove a little bit of the fender (not much at all). The cab mount support will either have to be trimmed a little bit or given a sledge hammer treatment. Its not a major rub but a rub none the less. Now I only rub anywhere at full turn.







Also got my new Wheelers front bump stops. They are pretty nice and very easy to install.

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Man I hate those rims, I think they look so stupid ........ Wait I have the same ones Truck looks great, I beat it rides even better. Good job
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truck looks good, nice choice of parts - but i gotta ask...why the banks sticker?
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truck looks good, nice choice of parts - but i gotta ask...why the banks sticker?
It came with my exhaust and at the time I thought it would look cool on the truck. I'm too lazy to remove it now.
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ahhh. i didn't know they made stuff for our trucks. how does it sound?
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