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Brilliant !!! Satoshi Emblem Answer: Converted into Mod Write-Up W/ Pics

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas' started by Cape Codder, Jun 25, 2010.

  1. Cape Codder

    Cape Codder [OP] Native Son

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    Silver Tube Step, TRD Skid Plate, Color Matched Satoshi Grill w/ Individual Letters Toyota Emblem, Avid LiteBar & Hitch Step Color Match Powdered w/DIY Front Plate Holder (NO Bumper Holes), DeBadged, SockMonkey Hood Scoop & Tailgate Decals, DeBadged Leer 100LX Cap w/ Adventure Pkg & Remote Lock, Bilstein Shocks, 17-in. TRD Sport Wheels, P265/65R17 Bridgestone Dueler H/T, 6 CD Changer w/SubWoofer, BluLogic Hands Free, UltraGauge, Pro-Fit & Pro-Clip Device Holders, AutoMate Alarm & Remote Start, WeatherTech FloorLiners (Frt & Rr), WeatherTech All Weather Mats (Over Front Liners ), Tint, WeatherTech Headlight / Foglight Protection, AutoBahnd RoadBlock Paint Protection System, Driver's Door Keytechniques Keyhole Cover, Bed Mat, Spare Lock, Wheel Locks, LifeLong Locks Class 5 Locking Hitch Pin, FogLight Anytime, Tailgate Hoseclamp, 4 Extra Bed "D" Rings, Charcoal/Blk Wet Okoles (frt & rr), LED's @ Dome, Maps, Lic Plate & 3rd Brake, TSBs Transmission & Leaf Spring
    Go for it! I've seen a couple 1st Gens on here with a Satoshi Grill & "TOYOTA" Emblem.
    Don't know if there is a "How To" write up for it though.
    Belay that. TW Search for "1st Gen Satoshi" results:
    http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/search.php?searchid=7800972
    Probably everything you need in that link.
    Good Luck with it, looking forward to Pics.

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    Hey Bob, where ya been?
    Positive Comments: Nice Job, Very Unique
    Neutral Comment: Little over the top for me, but what do I know. :notsure:
    Truck's lookin' good
    Come around more



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  2. steelers4582

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    Finished it up yesterday...

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  3. Cape Codder

    Cape Codder [OP] Native Son

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    Silver Tube Step, TRD Skid Plate, Color Matched Satoshi Grill w/ Individual Letters Toyota Emblem, Avid LiteBar & Hitch Step Color Match Powdered w/DIY Front Plate Holder (NO Bumper Holes), DeBadged, SockMonkey Hood Scoop & Tailgate Decals, DeBadged Leer 100LX Cap w/ Adventure Pkg & Remote Lock, Bilstein Shocks, 17-in. TRD Sport Wheels, P265/65R17 Bridgestone Dueler H/T, 6 CD Changer w/SubWoofer, BluLogic Hands Free, UltraGauge, Pro-Fit & Pro-Clip Device Holders, AutoMate Alarm & Remote Start, WeatherTech FloorLiners (Frt & Rr), WeatherTech All Weather Mats (Over Front Liners ), Tint, WeatherTech Headlight / Foglight Protection, AutoBahnd RoadBlock Paint Protection System, Driver's Door Keytechniques Keyhole Cover, Bed Mat, Spare Lock, Wheel Locks, LifeLong Locks Class 5 Locking Hitch Pin, FogLight Anytime, Tailgate Hoseclamp, 4 Extra Bed "D" Rings, Charcoal/Blk Wet Okoles (frt & rr), LED's @ Dome, Maps, Lic Plate & 3rd Brake, TSBs Transmission & Leaf Spring
    Looks great, job well done.
    Thanks for Postin'


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    Happy New Year


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    Excellent job steelers4582!
    It's my humble opinion trimming the TOYOTA letters in speedway blue with silver centers might have upped the "WOW" even more. But I'm a visual kinda guy so would have to see a simple first before I actually did it; never the less, impressive as it stands.

    Cape Codder, thanks for the kind words. I'm kinda with you, its a bit much, but will do til I finish another set of TOYOTA letters. Several members were raving about the FORD Raptor grille, so I did it vs. talk about it. Gonna got back to TOYOTA by spring time. Will try for about .5 inches thick and 3-6% large than the original letters. The letters are simple; where it gets a little creative is a depressed groove around each letter for the silver color. Wish I could find a reason good enough to convince myself to put lights in, I really like the look, but just have no need.

    The letters are not a long term project; however, I just keep getting side tracked with other mods, things that need fix'in on the truck, my R/C Quadcopter and computer stuff. There just is not enough time in a day.

    Cheers

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  5. Cape Codder

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    Happy New Year Bob

    I'm in agreement with trimming the outline of steelers4582's letters in SWB,
    but I'd leave the face, stock white. A little touch of class, but you'd have to be close to see it.

    I'm not a fan of the Raptor grill (or it's whole front end for that matter).
    I don't think dremmel makes a router attachment,
    that's the only way I could think of, to cut a "rabbet" in the edge of the letters.
    If you want a "rabbet", just to paint an outline,
    you might consider just beveling the edges and painting the bevel.
    As far as the lights, I haven't had the time to wire mine in two years.
    Apparently I don't have a reason either, but they DO look good.

    Time, our most precious commodity.


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  6. WildLand

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    Well here it is!
    from this
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    I bought some lights to go behind it too but they are too big and my radiator is too close :( but I'll mount them on the bumper some time. Also gonna get a "TOYOTA" badge soon when I feel like forking over $45. But it looks so much cleaner and newer now
     
  7. Cape Codder

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    Looks Good. Picture's a little dark to see the details, though.
    Is the mesh flush or recessed?
    "TOYOTA" Emblem will look good.

    Hella 500's are a pretty shallow light and might fit.

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    Thanks for the Pics



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    Where do you get a toyota badge like that from?
     
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    Check out the first post in this thread for a link. Cut out the letters, then taped off the white and sprayed the outer black, then cleared over it all.
     
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    It's flush
    And I needed skinnier ones than that! Found some 1.5 inch ones and they worked.
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  12. Cape Codder

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    Slick. They look good in there
    Don't see many 1st gen Satoshi's, 'specialy with lights.
    If ya get a chance, post up what lights you installed,
    for others who may be lookin' for real shallow lights



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    Finally finished mine, ive been dying to do start one ever since I first saw yours. I did not seperate the letters but I liked the idea of the outline. I tried a variety of tools but finally settled on using a brush tip marker dipped in silver spray paint sprayed into a jar. The paint had great coverage and the marker had amazing control. Very happy with the results. Thanks for the inspiration!
    http://www.tacomaworld.com/gallery/showphoto.php/photo/311397/size/big/cat/500/ppuser/52813
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    ERMB,

    IMHO that's an excellent looking Satoshi; the color combo has a great "pop" and that's the desired affect.

    Again, this is just mho, because your grille mesh is so close the "black" spaces between the letter really show up, so, cutting the spaces out would go a long way to increase the "pop" value of your already good looking Satoshi even more.

    Never the less, it looks great, definitely adds to your Tacoma, and I applaud your efforts.

    Cheers

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    Thanks Bob,
    I went back and forth wether or not to cut them out. It all boilded down to what I was going to use for the mesh. I found a few options at a local hardware store that I almost went with one that had a large diamond shaped mesh pattern similar to the side of a chimney top surround. The openings were so large that I figured id need the plastic area between the letters to mount to the mesh. My concern was how much of the radiator and inards would be clearly visable. In the end I changed my mind and went with the mesh shown in the picture. I had it readily available from a past project and cost me no money. In all the project was fun, and has me looking for more things like it that I can do in the future. Thanks for the feed back. Who knows maybe I'll end up revisiting the letters again.
     
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    Always happy to inspire someone. That came out great.
    Never really paid much attention to the Timberline Mica, probably 'cause I don't see many,
    but painting your Emblem really brings out the color.
    Like to see a pic of the grill on the truck.
    I have to agree with Bob :)wave: hi Bob), not that I'm biased much,
    separate letters would look good on that mesh.
    The bar connecting them stands out.
    Can't tell from the pics, did you paint the inner Grill Surround Timberline?
    The part touching the mesh, that's dark gray, stock.
    It's just another detail that sets it apart from others.

    Nice Job, Grill Looks Great, Thanks for postin' the pics.

    And watch out for that Mod Bug, it's got a nasty bite. ;)



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    Yeah, I agree with you both, seperating the letters would definitely look better. I'll have to revisit that at some point. Yes, the inner surround is colormatched as well. My local Autozone didnt carry the duplicolor timberland Mica so I used the old toyota dark green with a light mist of black sand pearl. Came out pretty damn close. I'll have to wait until next week to install it, will post pics as soon as possible. Thanks again for all the great insight.
     
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    Cape Codder,

    Hope all is well. Jumped back on to the TOYOTA letters satoshi as well. Will get a pic posted as soon as I get the truck cleaned or at least the grille cleaned.

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    Hey Bob, everything's great here, I'm still lookin' at the grass from the green side :D
    Lookin' forward to the pics of the truck/grill
    Been to busy to even wash mine, let alone do any mods
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