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GoRhino Dominator II's on '12 Taco

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas' started by TevisAaron, Jan 6, 2012.

  1. Jan 6, 2012 at 7:47 PM
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    TevisAaron

    TevisAaron [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Window Tint (All-Around, Including Windshield). . . Much more to come!
    Today I installed the GoRhino Dominator II step-bars on my '12 Taco. At first, I was rolling around on the garage floor and having trouble with the alignment of the holes on the driver side. . . Then I realized and had completely forgot that there was a much easier way of doing it. . my grandpa has a huge garage in their backyard where he keeps his FOURTEEN antique vehicles! And in that garage he has a car lift. If I would have thought about it before, I would have been done like two hours before I was. It took me almost TWO HOURS to get the driver side done because the holes on the center bracket didn't line up. However, after I put it on the lift, I only had the passenger side to do and was done in literally 15 minutes! Anyway, here are some pictures and I will post pictures of the full truck tomorrow when I have a time to get it washed. :)

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  2. Jan 6, 2012 at 8:08 PM
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    IluvTEA

    IluvTEA Well-Known Member

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    Cooper ST 265/75/16 on Flat Black TRD OR wheels, window tint, blacked-out badges, front mudflap trim, BHLM, Base Black Rear Bumper Swap, Color-matched grille, Custom Relentless Fab plate bumper powdercoated flat wrinkle black and "TACOMA" backlit with Drunknsloth LEDs, Camburg 2.5" coilovers, LR UCAs, Power sliding rear window, Back-up camera anytime, FX-R projectors/Morimoto 3Five Ballasts/D2S bulbs 5000K, Black WeatherTechs, heated TRD seats with Roadwire Graphite Leather, OEM Roof Rack, front mud flap delete, Black Level 8 Guardians, TreadWright 285/75/16 with KG ...
    Looks great man! A lift in my garage sure would be handy...
     
  3. Jan 6, 2012 at 8:20 PM
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    TevisAaron

    TevisAaron [OP] Well-Known Member

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    2012 TRD Sport w/ Leather & NAV
    Window Tint (All-Around, Including Windshield). . . Much more to come!
    Quite handy indeed. I was scared to put my truck on there at first. My grandpa used to use it all the time when he was restoring his antique vehicles, but since he hasn't bought any more cars lately he doesn't use it as much. My grandma just laughed at me because I told her I was gonna start putting it on there after I wash my truck so that the wheels will be arm-level and easier to clean. . HAHA. That just shows my laziness!
     
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