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Beretta and DixieGirl Build's

Discussion in '1st Gen. Builds (1995-2004)' started by BerettaMato, Oct 9, 2014.

  1. Oct 9, 2014 at 1:56 PM
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    BerettaMato

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    How they Sit Now
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    The Story
    I bought my 2004 Tacoma Double Cab SR5 TRD a month ago for 10.5K. I was looking for a daily drive that I could use in the mountains of Colorado. I work at Cabela's so to say I live in the outdoors would be understated. The Tacoma was the cleanest one I could find. I wanted one that had not been modded. It took about 6 month to find the right one. The one I found was a Arizona truck with 224k on in. It is in 90% condition and the Car-Fax showed one owner. He had done every scheduled maintenance on time at a Toyota dealer. I had a pre-purchase inspection done and the owner of the Toyota garage said it was the best Tacoma he had ever seen with that many miles. He said it could pass for a 50k mile truck and the last owner must have been super anal LOL. He did suggest I do a full tune up, new shocks and do the timing belt before the end of the year. The Dealer I bought it from did the tuneup and took $500 off the price to help with the rest. Not bad for a truck that blue books for 15k.

    Day I picked her up
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    [B]The Test[/B]
    I took the truck right after I bought it Elk hunting for a week and really beat the crap out of it. ATV, game and rocky muddy trails. Banged the crap out of the bottom of it on rocks and put a ton of small scratchs in the paint from pushing though over grown trails. She did amazing. I could not beleave how good she 4x4's in stock set up. All this with 17.17 MPG and most of it in 4x4. The best I have done was 28.5 on the way back but most of it was 60mph down hill. Only thing that broke was the bad roads and vibrations loosened the P/S tensioner bolt and I lost it. I just tightened the set bolt up and it worked till I got back from the hunt. I did find out coming back down trough Eisenhower pass with a 7% grade that the brakes did have a small pulse to them when at high speed and pressed hard. After I cleaned detailed and waxed 40lbs of mud out of her, I only had a very small dent in the front skid plate and the scratches buffed right out. Also buffed the yellow out of the front lenses.

    Getting dirty CO,UT and WY state line
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    [B]The Start[/B]
    Thanks to this sight and its "How To" tread here is were I am at.
    [LIST]
    [*]Replaced all the lights in the dash
    [*]Fixed the P/S Bolt
    [*]Grease and lubed the drive line
    [*]Replaced the head light bulbs Sylvania SilverStar Ultra Twin Halogen (wow much better)
    [*]Oil change with Toyota OEM filter and Toyota 5w-30 at 2678 miles
    [*]Full Timing kit
    [*]Cabela's Trailgear floor mats
    [/LIST]
    [B]The Build List[/B]
    Here is were I would love some input from you all. I do get some stuff like Warn, for industry pricing so I will use them. [COLOR=#ff0000]Red not done yet.
    [/COLOR]
    Engine and drive train.
    [LIST]
    [*][COLOR=#ff0000]Safari snorkel[/COLOR]
    [*][COLOR=#ff0000]Dual Optima Yellow top / Blues ML-ACR[/COLOR] (Have One)

    [*]ARB Diff breather kit

    [*]CVJ Axles
    [*][COLOR=#ff0000]4:88 regear[/COLOR]
    [/LIST]
    Suspension, brakes, wheels and tires.
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    [*]5 Level 8 16x8 MK6 gunmetal rims
    [*]5 Goodyear Duratac 265/75-16
    [*]Bilstien 5100 F/R
    [*]Eibach coil springs
    [*][COLOR=#ff0000]Toytec Eibach coilover[/COLOR]
    [*]ToyTec Differential drop
    [*]ToyTec 2" add-a-leaf
    [*][COLOR=#ff0000]OME Dakar packs[/COLOR]
    [*]SleeOffroad stainless steel brake lines
    [*]PowerStop Crossed drilled and slotted rotors and truck and tow pad kit
    [*]Poly steering rack bushing kit
    [*][COLOR=#ff0000]Set of four v-block tire chains[/COLOR]
    [/LIST]
    Topper and rack.
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    [*]Snug super sport
    [*]Yakima roof bars
    [*][COLOR=#ff0000]Defender and Yakima roof Rack[/COLOR]
    [*][COLOR=#ff0000]CVT Cayley rooftop tent[/COLOR]
    [*][COLOR=#ff0000]Custom bed storage[/COLOR]
    [/LIST]
    Bumpers, sliders and armor.
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    [*]ARB bull bar bumper
    [*][COLOR=#ff0000]CBI rear bumper with spare rack[/COLOR]
    [*][COLOR=#ff0000]CBI sliders [/COLOR]
    [*][COLOR=#ff0000]Locker skid plate[/COLOR]
    [*][COLOR=#ff0000]Full front skid plate[/COLOR]
    [*]Curt 5000lb hitch and wiring harness kit
    [/LIST]
    Winch and recovery.
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    [*]Warn VR8000

    [*]Bubba rope
    [*]D-ring recever hitch
    [*]Smitty built snatch block
    [*]Hi-lift 3x15 tree strap
    [*][COLOR=#ff0000]Hi-lift 3x30 strap[/COLOR]
    [*][COLOR=#ff0000]Hi-lift jack[/COLOR]
    [*]Shovel
    [*]Shtihl 16" chainsaw
    [/LIST]
    Lights and misc.
    [LIST]
    [*]ARB Diff breather kit
    [*]Hella 7000FF
    [*][COLOR=#ff0000]Cree 42" curved light bar[/COLOR]
    [*][COLOR=#ff0000]Cree ditch lights front and rear[/COLOR]
    [*]Midland CB / Firestick
    [*][COLOR=#ff0000]64qt Freezer/fridge[/COLOR]
    [*]Kenwood KDC-BT562U
    [*]Paranoid 6 switch panel
    [*]Garmin GPS with topo chip
    [*]Viair 88P air compressor
    [*]ARB E-Z deflator kit
    [/LIST]
    Mods.
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    [*]Greywire
    [*]Daytime running light delete
    [*]Diff Breather relocation
    [*]CB ashtray install
    [*]Keyless entry beeper delete
    [/LIST]
    [B]The Finish[/B] (someday)
    Something like this

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  2. Oct 10, 2014 at 10:50 PM
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    BerettaMato

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    Any one, any one, this thing on. OK I need some help I know all with V20's but Tacos I am a noob. I want to buy my lift and wheels ASAP. I was wondering will I need to regear it. I am looking at 285/75x16 as my prime and 265/75x16 as my option. If I go 265 do I only need 1.50 lift. I did hit a ton of shit in stock on what I would call moderate trails. I am coming off a V20 with 37" tires and the lowest point was the rear diff with 12" of clearance.
     
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  3. Oct 14, 2014 at 8:04 PM
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    OK I ordered the wheels and tires. I went with Level 8 MK6 -10 16x8 Gunmetal and Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac 265/75x16 load c. Got a great deal on the wheels, tires, black lugs and mounted all for $1100 shipped to my door. Cant wait, but still need help with the lift. Thinking of Bilstien 5100 F&R with AAL 1.5 rear springs. Looking to level it out not sure if I should just get OME 882 to go with it.
     
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  4. Oct 14, 2014 at 8:29 PM
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    Hey! Nice truck!

    You got the rims i want to order in the future :)

    The 5100/Eibach springs sounds like a pretty good lift. Just make sure if you go with the plate bumper you get the heavier spring to support the weight of the front bumper.

    When you plan on ordering you lift kit I would go through wheelers off road. They seem to be a very reputable dealer and they are active on this site (you also get a bag of candy with every order ha!) Yotadan is his username and you can send him a PM if you would like to discuss any info on suspension. He is very knowledgeable and helped steer me towards the lift that suited my needs.

    I plan on going with the OME kit with the dakars and AAL. If you decide to go with OME the springs that people go with for off road bumpers is 882 or 883. 882 has the same compression amount as the 881 but is a bit longer to help lift the front more. 883 coils are just stiffer. UCA are not necessary with the lift however it will be easier to align with a aftermarket UCA. I see that you mentioned that you would go with total chaos UCA. Thats the one im looking at and ive heard only good things about the UCA and their customer service.

    As for lights, Rigid industry seems a bit overpriced to me. I just ordered my Rampage led lights through Relentless fabrication, they are a lot less expensive and they also use CREE led lights. It seems like all you do when you buy rigid industry is buy the brand name.

    I ordered my relentless front and rear. My rear wrap around is awaiting welding and my front will be done in about 3-4 weeks. Keep in mind that their wait time is around 5-7 months for fully fabbed bumpers and 3-4 weeks for DIY kits.

    For winches, ive looked into the TJM stealth 9000. It come with a lot of features that are pretty sweet! Wireless remote, external battery cuttoff, fairlead, wired remote, synthetic line. Ive read a lot of good things about it and plan t order it when i have the funds.


    If you have any more questions feel free to ask and ill get back with you!
     
  5. Oct 14, 2014 at 8:35 PM
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    Also, if you plan on running a lot of lights i would reccomend and AUX box to keep the wires under the hood all orderly. People like to go with blue sea 12 fuse box and a bussman 100A circut breaker.
     
  6. Oct 16, 2014 at 8:49 PM
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    Ya going though Wheelers.com for sure. I think I am going with Billy's at 2.5 and OME springs up front and Billy's and Wheelers AAL 1.5 in back. That should leave me future proof if I want to go higher later. I love the Rampage lights but I get Rigid for cost so we will see. I am not in a rush for bumpers so I can wait. I do like the light weight of tubes so we will see. As for the winch I get Warn for cost as well and they have never let me down.
     
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  7. Oct 22, 2014 at 6:32 PM
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    Been a while so here is the update. Put the hitch on it was really easy. Got the PowerStop rotors and pads on much better and look better. I got the wheels and tires two days ago they look so sweet. Then today at lunch picked up the lift parts at the ToyTec shop. What a great bunch of guys and cool little shop. Tanner was very helpful and the TacomaWorld discount was great.

    ToyTeclifts.com $668
    Bilstien 5100 Front
    ToyTec Eibach Spring
    Bilstien 5100 Rear
    ToyTec 2" AAL
    Diff Kit
    BPV Kit
    PS Rack Bushing Kit
     
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  8. Oct 28, 2014 at 5:20 PM
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    Some Guys have been asking to see my old Suburban so here you go.

    1988 Chevy Suburban 2500 Silverado 350HO T400 NP205 35" BFG M/T 8" Lift
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  9. Oct 28, 2014 at 5:30 PM
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    Finally got the lift installed. The guys at ToyTec were awesome they even put my shocks together for me. That made the install much easier. I also got the steering rack bushing set it. The truck drive so well I cant believe it. Only took about five hours to install and that was with hand tools only. Now I cant decide what to do next. Probably the topper but the bumper and winch are biting at me. Sorry for the bad pics I will update them when I get back from the F1 race in Austin this weekend.

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    Here's a shot of the wheels and tires for you guys that were asking about them.

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  10. Oct 29, 2014 at 4:58 PM
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    Love the rims... Im going back and forth between these and the scs f5... What offset are you running with these?
     
  11. Nov 4, 2014 at 8:15 AM
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    -10. Just got back from the long trip towing a camper to Austin for the F1 race and the truck ran amazing.
     
  12. Mar 12, 2016 at 6:35 PM
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    OK sorry it's been so long but have been doing a ton to the rig over the last month. In the last year I put on some slee offroad extended brake lines they have been greet. I also upgraded to CVJ axles last February. They just started to fail two weeks ago. I think this is because of the 3" lift with no extra weight upfront for the last year. I think I might need to upgrade to the newer Toytec lift I have with there newer coil and adjuster.
     
  13. Mar 23, 2016 at 5:11 PM
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    Had fun today snow bashing and pulling a neighbor out of a ditch. Warn worked awesome. Love the way my truck looks in the snow.
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    sick truck, looking good!
     
  15. Mar 24, 2016 at 6:43 PM
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    Thanks man trying to build it right.
     
  16. Mar 25, 2016 at 6:14 AM
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    I installed a ARB diff breather kit yesterday. I am very impressed with this kit and eases of install. I will have to buy a adapter for the front diff and trans today. I will just tap into the end if their breather lines by the battery.
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  17. Mar 30, 2016 at 7:59 AM
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    OK I got the front diff and transmission breathers installed. It was pretty easy since i just tapped into the end of the lines by the engine and frame rails. Remember if you are installing breather don't reuse the stock valves. They only let air out, when the diff cools they lock tight. This causes water to be sucked into the seals. I have seen a many people on the forum relocating higher but using the stock valve. You want the diff to breath free both ways were it cant get wet. Now I only have the transfer case to do. It will be the hardest to get to I am going to see if I can get to it through the transmission accesses on the floorboard.
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  18. Mar 31, 2016 at 5:21 AM
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    I called CVJ axles and told them about my problem with one of my axles. One red boot started to get a small rip in the inner rib and the and the other side had a two ribs touching. I told them that I just bought them last year in February. Nancy told me to bring them back and she would reboot them for the cost of the boot only. When I went to pick them up an hour later she showed me a new orange o-ring that they are now using on there off-road boots. She said this keeps the red boots from touching even at high angles. I can't say enough about there customer service and Nancy is so helpful.
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    I was at 4Wheelparts where I seen this awesome 1994 Bandeirante J40 in mint condition. I found this on wiki.
    • The second generation Bandeirante OJ40/OJ45 Series (1968 to 1973), OJ50/OJ55 Series (1973 to 1994) and BJ50/BJ55 Series (1994 to 2001) are J40 series cars built in Brazil by Toyota do Brasil Ltda from 1968 to 2001. Identical to the BJ40 in almost every respect, it had a few stylistic modifications to the grille (models produced from 1989 on featured square headlights, instead of the round ones used before) and used Mercedes-Benz OM-314/OM-324/OM-364 diesel engines (replaced by Toyota 14B inline 4 direct injection Diesel engine in 1994) for much of its production life; another visible mayor characteristic are the entire hind doors (like at Land Rover) rather than the traditional Toyota two-wing hind doors at the Bandeirante's hard top models.
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    Niwot Colorado
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    04 DC 4x4 TRD Black & 99 EC 4x4 TRD Green
    04,ARB,Warn,Bilstien,Slee & Duratrac. 99,ARB,Warn,OME,Slee,BFG & CVT.
    Upgraded to a Optima yellow top and military battery terminals.
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