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96 taco metal sandwich

Discussion in '1st Gen. Tacomas (1995-2004)' started by Minnetacoma, Sep 29, 2014.

  1. Sep 29, 2014 at 8:41 AM
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    Minnetacoma

    Minnetacoma [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Elliott
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    96 tacoma sr5 with oe sunroof
    3.5 fabtech suspension lift with dirt logic shocks, Wheelers Alcon 8 pack rear leafs with extended brake line All pro rock sliders Cbi DIY front bumper with m8000 winch Cbi bushmaster 1.0 non swing arm 33x10.5 BFG mud terrains Skid row front skid plate Trs headlight retro fit fxr 2.5in projectors with rbg halos Audio/electrical upgrades K2 73ah lithium battery Big 4 upgrade 300a Ohio generator alt Alpine type r 6.5 coaxials in front Alpine type s 6.5 coaxials in back Alpine double din touchscreen Digital designs z3 15” subwoofer Digital designs m4 amp Alpine ktp 445u behind the dash amp for speakers 152db
    So my 96 sr5 was sandwiched in traffic in williston nd... The kid that smashed in behind me pushing me into the truck infront of me hit me so hard he actually made my frame bend... So it was a sad day but anyways here's the carnageazanege3_014f8750b2780fbd5b253ba75ef27d00ed0668da.jpge6upuna6_bb0ef590f703ce0c479b8719a365e09ca11dc2d9.jpgdumagesy_e3c800e1ca420b95fdf8c72dea0d95389db06975.jpgbazytequ_08c019daf8417f30d56b63f82933a41b4b678889.jpg5adasu9a_9a1445d5f3502d715fc952893e87cffc85959e6f.jpgyhevuput_ef7f7025f44413b5190871046e37765ea08932ed.jpg


    The guy in fronts reciever pushed in my skid plate a ways and also forced it to push downwards... Probably just bend that back... For now and got a 3k dollar estimate and check to fix it with... Drivers side frame bent down at crossmember in front of rear leaf shackle... Frames bent down into the shackle... Passenger side is a little luckier the reciever took the blunt and crumpled.. But still bent frame downwards from where the reciver is bolted on
     

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