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Mountaintacomas TRD Off Road Build

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Builds (2005-2015)' started by mountaintacoma, Jul 2, 2013.

  1. Jul 2, 2013 at 10:23 PM
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    mountaintacoma

    mountaintacoma [OP] New Member

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    Matt
    Oregon
    Vehicle:
    2013 TRD Off Road
    The day I bought her. My 2013 tacoma double cab v6 TRD off road. Great truck stock and impressive off road, but I see a clean sheet of paper!
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    And here is a recent photo of her!
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    Things that I have done:
    -Plasti dipped everything including rear bumper, front grill, emblems, and wheels. (I don't like chrome when off roading)
    -Fog light anytime mod.
    -dome and map lights replaced with leds.
    - Tinted front windows at 35%.
    - Fish and buck mark stickers!
    - Led bed lights from evo.
    - Pop and lock tail gate lock for when I have my canopy on.
    - Ammo cans mounted on bed rails.
    - Tail gate dampener.
    - 3" OME lift kit with 885 coils.
    - New wheels from american racing
    -BFG KM2 285/75/16.
    - Tinted 3rd brake light.

    Plasti dipped up with the black grill and white emblems and even a white bumper. (bumper was difficult)!!
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    Fog light anytime mod. I love this when off roading cause I can use it with my brights.
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    Led Dome and map lights installed from superbrightleds.com
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    Evo bed lights installed! Pain to do as well because I am not much of an electrician.
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    Pop and lock tail gate with stickers in the background.
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    Ammo cans installed. Got them from an army surplus place and refurbished them. They were a little difficult to mount but they work great for secure storage when off roading in the elements here in Oregon! I put my tie downs in them right now and I even installed a light inside and secured the whole thing with a lock.
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    Lifted her 3" with the OME kit on toytecs lift including the add a leaf, 885 coils, and the front diff drop bracket. I need to cut the rear fender a lot though cause it's getting torn up. Unfortunately it's starting to rub the body panels now. Gonna need a axle spacer soon. But the front only required a little trimming which is good. Choose this lift because I am no mall crawler and I know that this truck already preforms like a pro off road so why ruin it with a 6" lift. I like my turning radius and low center of gravity. Why change that!
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    Rocking the BFG KM2 285/75/16 on the black american racing wheels.
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    And finally a quick off roading picture with my short bed getting some real use with 20' trees in the back. Don't ask! My friends wanted to make a huge bond fire!
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    More stuff soon! Thanks.
     
  2. Jul 2, 2013 at 10:29 PM
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    rileySB

    rileySB RileySB

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    Santa Barbara, CA
    Vehicle:
    13 DCSB OR 4x4
    5100/OME 887, ICON 2.0NR rears, Dakars, BuiltRightUCAs, BAMF sliders with kick outs, Relentless aluminum IFS skid and 3/8" steel mid skid, hose clamp tailgate lock, Weathertech digital mats, Bilstein 5100s/887 coils in front, Wheelers 1.5" HD AAL in rear, plasti-dipped emblems, Grillcraft grill, Softopper,BFG A/T 265/75/16s, 16x8 Konig Countersteer Offroads, Bullaculla trailer relocation bracket
    Sub'ed. I like what you've done so far!
     
  3. Jul 2, 2013 at 10:36 PM
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    mountaintacoma

    mountaintacoma [OP] New Member

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    2013 TRD Off Road
  4. Jul 3, 2013 at 5:56 AM
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    krob32

    krob32 Well-Known Member

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    Kelly
    Ft. Belvoir, VA / Asheville, NC
    Vehicle:
    2012 MGM TRD Sport DCLB
    WeatherTec Digi Liners, AVS Bugflector II, TRD FJ SE Anthracite Rims, Goodyear DuraTrac 265/75/16, AVS In-Channel Wind Deflectors, Extang Solid Fold, Pop & Lock, Color Match Grill Emblem (Anthracite), Plasti Dip Emblems, Tacoma Bed Mat, Tacoma Door Sill Protectors, ToyTec Ultimate Lift Kit, ICON UCAs, Wet Okoles, Sockmonkey 3rd Brake Light Cover, LED Hood/Bed Lighting w/ OTRATTW Switches, Famous Fabrication Sliders, Sockmonkey TRD Bed Decal, Proven Design 4x4 Mudflaps, BenWA's Rear Power Sliding Window, Jasper Off Road 6" Reverse LED Pod, ImMrYo Rear View Mirror Bracket, GrillCraft w/ Black Mesh and color matched Land Cruiser Emblem, LED Tail Lights, Badge Removal and Vinyl TRD/Tacoma Stickers, Bullaculla Trailer Harness Relocation.
    Great looking Tacoma! Wish the ammo cans would fit under a tonneau.
     
  5. Jul 3, 2013 at 6:05 AM
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    llibrm

    llibrm Well-Known Member

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    Bill
    Convection Oven, Az
    Vehicle:
    TRD DC OR
    Pelfreybilt Aluminum Bumper, Spidertrax wheel spacers, 4x4 illuminated switch, Cobra 75 w/ 3' Firestick, 2M/ 70cm Radio w/ Diamond NR770HB, Pelfreybilt bed bar
    Nice looking rig.
     
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