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GTABurnouts Radiant Red CCSB TRD OR

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Builds' started by GTABurnout, Oct 9, 2011.

  1. GTABurnout

    GTABurnout [OP] Well-Known Member

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    So I like takin pictures. Mods are at a stall for now since we are buying as may rental homes as we can with the current cheap home prices. But heres a bunch of pictures for mour trip to Kansas and back through Moab. No reall 4X4 trails but Valley of the Gods is amazing....

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    Valley of the Gods Road...

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  2. GTABurnout

    GTABurnout [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Mid travel Icon Kit on order. Then a set of 16inch methods hopfully later in September. Finally some mods....
     
  3. GTABurnout

    GTABurnout [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Mid travel is on the Truck....

    Heres the pre install pics....

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    Going to do a shake down run tomorrow with a buddy who just put the same kit on his 2011.

    Now for some 285's and some wheels....
     
  4. uscg2008

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    :worthless:of the new set up
     
  5. GTABurnout

    GTABurnout [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Mid Travel is on, tested and awesome. Now time for some wheels and tires...

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  6. GTABurnout

    GTABurnout [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Wheels are in. Pairing them with some 285/75R16 MTR's Trying to get some custom wrapping done on them before install

    Sprocket and Method

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  7. GTABurnout

    GTABurnout [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Wheels are on. Cutting was required. Method Double Standards With Goodyear MTR 285/75R16's. Had to do the cab mount chop and cut some of the fender. Not sure if she will rub off road yet.

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    Sprocket and I took a few pics...
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  8. GTABurnout

    GTABurnout [OP] Well-Known Member

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    And I just got a GoPro 3 Silver so I took a picture with it to mess around.... This thing is sweet. Completely controllable from my phone.
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  9. GTABurnout

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    I ordered a light thru the okledlightbars.com GB. I went with a 20" because at the time I was planning on running a light bar. After some thinking I decided I would rather save the light bar money and mount it in the grill some how. I have no desire to change my actual grill so the next best spot is the lower Grill.

    So last night I pulled the grill and took a few measurements. And test fitted the light to see where i could mount it. I was hoping I could just mount it to the aluminum crash beam but the feet for the light would have made that too tall.

    The light:

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    I noticed that the crash cans sit slightly below the crash beam. Unfortunately since I had a 20" light the feet would not span the 35" inches between the two. I decided to get a piece of angle iron and span the gap and then just mount the light to that.

    The angle iron would need to be 35" or more. I found a piece of 36" long 2"X1" L bracket.

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    It would just need to be notched so the bracket would fit between the crash cans....

    Removing the bumper cover to get access to everything...
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    Testing fitting the L bracket after cutting.

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    Perfect....

    Now to see if the light will fit ok...
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    And now to test fit the bumper to make sure my measurements where correct...

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    Light fits correctly and is pretty much centered in the lower grill....

    Now I can not really access the locations where I want to bolt the L bracket to the crash beam. So Off it comes....

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    Crash beam...
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    Black painted Bracket...

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    So the beam is pretty much a long piece of extrusion. So its hard to get bolts in and then get nuts on to those bolts. So I went with a few self tapping fasteners.

    I over did it. 4 on each side of the crash can and about 8 holding the loer part of the L to the crash beam.

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    Bolted down and back on the truck.

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    And bumper back on....

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    With the bumper on I will need to remove the grill to gain access to the light but still I can re-aim if required.

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    And all wired up.....

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  10. GTABurnout

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    And Installed some wheeler's Bumpstops....

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    I like your wheel and tire combo, have you had a chance to hit dirt with the mt/r's yet? i'm considering them for my next tire.
     
  12. ChamYota

    ChamYota AKA Crash Bandicoot

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    This truck looks clean as all hell. :thumbsup:

    Nice build man!
     
  13. IndianTaco

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    nice truck and dog too
     
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    Nice truck man! Good looking setup you have.
     
  15. rawdog

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    Im curious of your trailer plug relocate, was that pretty easy or what.. too lazy to go look at mine right now haha
     
  16. GTABurnout

    GTABurnout [OP] Well-Known Member

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    I hit a little dirt with them. I plan to hit more tomorrow. Coming from a 17 the 16 wheel and tire combo floats much better on the wash board stuff. I don't go as fast as you LT guys but I think the tires do pretty well in the arizona desert....
     
  17. GTABurnout

    GTABurnout [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Ieah it was pretty simple. I kinda went out to look at it and ended up just doing it right there. its not the best looking but it works. Now I need to see if I can mount a 285 down there with the plug like that.
     
  18. Mitch

    Mitch Somebody call for a Wambulance?

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    Truck looks sick man....so clean! We need to wheel next time I'm in Tucson (still have family there)!
     
  20. GTABurnout

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    Night time Light Pics

    All pics taken with a D7000. Settings where manual and all pics taken with same settings. No photoshop except to resize.


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    Highs and LED Bar
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