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CopyTaco's 2010 BSP Double Cab LB Build

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Builds (2005-2015)' started by CopyTaco, Dec 3, 2010.

  1. Apr 12, 2012 at 3:36 PM
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    CopyTaco

    CopyTaco [OP] skeeert

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    OME, Demello, 4xInnovations, Relentless, Murdered Click Sig Pic for Build Log
    Still deciding what I want. I had the locker installed so I could at least get my new gears in action while in the mean time I decide what kind of OBA setup to build.
     
  2. Aug 4, 2012 at 7:42 AM
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    CopyTaco

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    OME, Demello, 4xInnovations, Relentless, Murdered Click Sig Pic for Build Log
    Quick Update...

    Looking into OBA this week (FINALLY!) and need to take some recent shots. Installed my N-Fab tire carrier and RelentlessFab IFS skid quite a while ago and forgot to update this thread. Since I regeared this puppy has been off-roading about a dozen times enjoying all the deeeeep puddles and a few sketch hills/runoffs at our ORV park.

    She has yet to get stuck, almost twice in a few DEEEP puddles. Cant wait to get OBA and REALLY see what she is capable of.

    <3 Toyota​
     
  3. Oct 30, 2012 at 9:00 AM
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    OME, Demello, 4xInnovations, Relentless, Murdered Click Sig Pic for Build Log
    Moved down to the Oregon coast! Love this state, soo green ;)

    updated the op with a current build shot. not much has changed since the last update except she's seen a lot more mud and sand and hold up like she should!
     
  4. Oct 30, 2012 at 10:07 AM
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    My truck is MAGIC
    Looking great.


    Have a question for you. I will be re hearing soon with ECGS as well. What is the ratio like with the 4:56 and 315s? I was thinking of 4:56 as well. Are they pretty low in 4lo? I like to crawl. And I'll be locked, so crawling will be better for me. What's it like on the highway?
     
  5. Oct 30, 2012 at 11:31 AM
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    I couldnt be happier with 4.56 with the additional weight ive added.... i have yet to have to throw it in 4lo but in 4hi it crawls nicely and i noticed an immediate change in my off roading capabilities once i regeared. The power is all back, even feels like i got a little extra over stock now, especially when u punch it off the line =D . It fixed my mpg in city quite considerably and on highway and having that power pack for inclines is a relief to see again. I cant go over 67mph without dipping below 17mpg on average but I dont like to speed anyways... dont want no cops pulling my ass over.

    edit: 4.88's would have been overkill imo and im happy i stuck with 4.56
     
  6. Nov 9, 2012 at 4:54 PM
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    OME, Demello, 4xInnovations, Relentless, Murdered Click Sig Pic for Build Log
    Just this past week I knocked out some mods I've been holding off on for soooooo long.

    - Installed N182's in the rear.
    - Installed my hood struts
    - Installed 3 Hella 500F's behind my grill
    - Finished my center console CB mount

    New set of headlights arrived today and I have a DDM 5000k kit on the way. Will have those installed soon as well. Looking at new tires here and preparing for 35's. I have my BAMF cab mount plates waiting to be welded as well. Lots to do stillllll :)
     
  7. Mar 31, 2013 at 11:12 AM
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    Hey bud where can I get mag lite mod? Thanks
     
  8. Sep 6, 2013 at 2:53 PM
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    OME, Demello, 4xInnovations, Relentless, Murdered Click Sig Pic for Build Log
    Cab mount chop completed today. And.....


    She's wearing some new shoes, went with 285/75r16 Treadwrights Guard Dog M/T's D load range and bead to bead. Tires are sick and definitively hum lol, cant wait to see how they perform offroad.
     
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