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BREAK's BUILD

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas (2005-2015)' started by BREAK, Apr 6, 2010.

  1. Apr 6, 2010 at 1:42 PM
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    BREAK

    BREAK [OP] Well-Known Member

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    First Name:
    Matt
    Washington
    Vehicle:
    2016 TRDOR LB
    BFG KO2 265/75R16 Icon Dynamics 2.0 Front Coilovers and rear shocks. Rear AAL
    Break's Build
    Ive owned my Tacoma for about 6 months now and Ive been on TacomaWorld for a short while, so I'm just posting all my latest mods at once. Hope you like the build so far.
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    The Day I brought my new Taco home.
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    My first Mod, TRD exhaust. It made a nice difference in sound a little performance.


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    The next one mod was the blacked out headlights. Had to take almost the entire front end apart.[​IMG]

    The finished product.
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    TRD intake.


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    Installing the intake

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    Finished the intake.

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    3 inch front spacer from toytec, I put a 2 inch AAL in the rear.

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    The AAL in the rear streched the billsteins out to much and you could feel the shocks top out whenever I went over speed bumps. So i bought these Fabtech shocks for the rear and it fixed it right up.

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    All installed and purdy.

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    Here is a side shot so that you can see the stock tires. They're 265/65r17 HTs

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    I swapped them out for these babies. Mickey Thompson 285/75r17 Baja ATZs. With the 3 inch lift no trimming was required, but the do rub on the UCA's. So now i have some wheel spacers on order from ALLPRO.
     
  2. Apr 6, 2010 at 1:44 PM
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    BREAK

    BREAK [OP] Well-Known Member

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    First Name:
    Matt
    Washington
    Vehicle:
    2016 TRDOR LB
    BFG KO2 265/75R16 Icon Dynamics 2.0 Front Coilovers and rear shocks. Rear AAL
    Got my spacers in and installed. No rub on the UCA's but now it's rubbing on the trim. I also got my DTLT header installed and I'll post some pictures soon.
     
  3. Apr 6, 2010 at 1:46 PM
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    meckleystephen

    meckleystephen My Taco is Bi-Winning!!!!!!!!

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    Stephen
    York, PA
    Vehicle:
    2013 Toyota Tacoma Off Road
    3 Inch Toytec lift,Blacked out badges
    you didnt need ucas with ur spacer lift correct
     
  4. Apr 6, 2010 at 1:47 PM
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    SURFTACO

    SURFTACO Well-Known Member

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    Steve
    New Jersey
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    09 Tacoma Debadged
    Rear Suspension TSB Flat Black Stock Rims Seat Belt Chime off Fog Lights On anytime Jet pilot interior All weather floor Mats Tonneau Cover
    Nice truck! I'm working on installing a lift in the future.
     
  5. Apr 7, 2010 at 1:02 AM
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    BREAK

    BREAK [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Matt
    Washington
    Vehicle:
    2016 TRDOR LB
    BFG KO2 265/75R16 Icon Dynamics 2.0 Front Coilovers and rear shocks. Rear AAL
    You dont need UCA's with the 3 inch lift, but it is a good idea. It will definitely help with the allignment issues you may run into with a lifted truck. I'm planning on going with the Total Chaos UCA's. I have noticed that after the new tires were put on, the seemed to be cantered inward. So i need my allignment done anyway.
     
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