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Ideas on next items

Discussion in '4 Cylinder' started by steiger33, Dec 13, 2011.

  1. steiger33

    steiger33 [OP] Active Member

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    I am looking into doing some mods. Can some one help me with ideas. I just got new tires on the truck went 265/75 R16. I have close to 700 for this next step. I have already ordered a leveling kit 3" in front 1" in the rear, what should i do next. Was thinking sliders but not sure what would be the best thing next.
    All ideas welcome....

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  2. snoozeworm

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    If your leveling kit is just a spacer lift, i would sell it already and get an OME lift.. Or if your doing a good lift already then some UCA are going to be a must.
     
  4. steiger33

    steiger33 [OP] Active Member

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    How much does that lift run i am on a spending limit of around 700...
     
  5. steiger33

    steiger33 [OP] Active Member

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    Can I get some more ideas on here please
     
  6. snoozeworm

    snoozeworm taco king

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    Take your 700 dollars and use it to pay down your loan on your truck, house, or school loans. If you got all that paid off, put it in a savings account instead of begging total strangers on the internet to spend your money for you. Obviously you don't have anything desirable to spend it on, so save it until you do. If you really don't want it sitting around, PM me and you can put it in my paypal account.
     
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    Post a pic of your truck. Maybe seeing it will give somebody an idea for you.
     
  8. steiger33

    steiger33 [OP] Active Member

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    I'll post pics tonight when I get off. And the truck is paid for and so is house. No student loans I work for a bank and they paid for schooling. I mentioned in the beginning I was looking for ideas. I do have some ideas just not sure what would be the next best thing. As in sliders,lift,bumpers,ect...
     
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    A bit rude but I have to agree with you.
     
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    I agree on saving it. When you see something for your truck you just gotta have you will have the money.
     
  11. steiger33

    steiger33 [OP] Active Member

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    Well thats why i was thinking the sliders might be a good investment just wanted other opions on whether that was the best thing i could do next of if there was other ideas for it.
     
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    Congrats on having the truck house and school paid for! That's quite an accomplishment.
     
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    HEADER and exhaust. Fog lights. Light bar. Floor liners. seat covers.. The list never ends.. haha
     
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    Paint the stock rims Charcoal Gray/ Black. Both look good on the white truck...
     
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    Sliders, exhaust, CAI, window tint, wheels, upgrade stereo, WT floor mats, alarm....
     
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    Dont waste your money on expensive long travel and stuff like that either..... These guys are right, Just buy simple add on stuff, Like leveling kit, Sliders, Front Light Bar, Rear Light Bar, Off-road lights and other chill mods with out ripping in to your beautiful New Tacoma.
    But it really comes down to your budget and long term goals for your vehicle. Just dont waste money on products costing $1,000's of dollars. Because if you dont like what you buy, you will take a big loss trying to sell it back also.

    nice truck too! good buy
     
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    jerretxx Some do, others talk

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