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Line-X Whole Truck

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas' started by Chayes119, Feb 18, 2014.

  1. Roll Tide

    Roll Tide Well-Known Member

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    That Relentless bumper will look sick.
     
  2. sedmondson72

    sedmondson72 Well-Known Member

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    You mean like this.
    [​IMG]
     
  3. Chayes119

    Chayes119 [OP] Long Member

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    I did inquire about just doing the rocker panels and bumpers. The guy who did mine had the rockers and flames done out of line-x on his truck. They can do pretty much whatever you can think of. There are two types of mirrors on tacomas. Some are paintable and others are not. If it is not a paintable service the line-x will not stick over time. The mirrors on most black sand pearl tacomas are not paintable. So I am going to just leave them.
     
  4. Chayes119

    Chayes119 [OP] Long Member

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    That is what I was going to do originally. I went ahead and did the whole truck. I was tired of all the tree scraps and having to buff the paint after every trail ride. I live in GA and we have a ton of trees.
     
  5. Chayes119

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    I agree. Wish April would hurry up and get here.
     
  6. sedmondson72

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    I might eventually do the whole truck for the same reason. Tired of the scratches and door dings from careless fricking people. I took the carpet out and did floor with herculiner as well.
     
  7. ToyotaKTMracing

    ToyotaKTMracing The Blue Warrior

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    Everywhere has a ton of trees. Except Oklahoma. Anyway.. OP, looks great! Different, but awesome! Probably could take a hammer to it and it would be fine
     
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    I love your headlights! What are they??

    Btw the truck looks so sick man
     
  9. Chayes119

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    That's crazy!
     
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    How much did this set you back man?? this is awesome
     
  12. Chayes119

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    It will end up being around $2K including my front bumper when it arrives.
     
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    Too bad the pics are upside down.
     
  14. Chayes119

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    I have tried to fix it several times. When you upload pics from an iPad or iPhone to tacomaworld they are always upside down but they look right side up on my device. I tried editing all the photos and still the same results.
     
  15. pat's taco

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    I couldn't pull the trigger to do something this bold. Truck looks awesome.
     
  16. yf19

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    Your default position of your iWhatever when you take a pic is upside down. The next time you take a pic and you position your device how you normally would, remember it is upside down and flip it the other way. :thumbsup:

    It will always look right when you see it though the device because it is fliping the upside down pic right side up but when you download it here, it will be upside down. Android devices for some reason don't have that problem.
     
  17. Chayes119

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    I am going redo the op from my computer to get the images correct. Thanks for the input.
     
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    Interesting how yours is the only thread like this...weird!
     
  19. CohbsTaco

    CohbsTaco Keyboard commander

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    where did you get your mesh in your grill?
     
  20. Chayes119

    Chayes119 [OP] Long Member

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    I actually bought the grill off of ebay for $150 bucks it is one piece grill. This is my second one like this and I reall like it for the price.
     
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