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Ontario BS Thread

Discussion in 'Ontario, Canada' started by tacoma16, Nov 20, 2012.

  1. Mar 3, 2020 at 3:59 PM
    Canadian Joe

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    I have this OME medium setup ,,,but found the rear on the bump stops to much with the cap on so I added I OME add a leaf which makes it the same as the heavy duty . Much better
    http://www.lowrangeoffroad.com/2016...ift-kit-medium-load-2-ometac16mksb-11481.html
     
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    let me know I can price it out
     
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    That won't be the only thing... Gathering juice.
     
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    I noticed only a slight mpg change with the Wildpeaks. But I went up 1 size to 265/75R16 which is 1" larger diameter. I think mine were about $750 mounted and there was a rebate at the time.
     
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    home brew skids, sliders and front bumper on 295's
    i went from 285's to 295's and i noticed a difference.
    I'm not sure how drastic it is since i haven't really gotten any good km's on yet, mostly just short city commutes.
     
  7. Mar 3, 2020 at 5:06 PM
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    Wow killer price. I was $300/tire after tax/levy/mounting/balancing for the LT. Only $250 per for the 33s
     
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    They were a great deal! And forgot to mention that they've been quiet on the road so far. And are winter rated.
     
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    If I remember correctly I paid about $780.00 all in - $80 mail-in rebate for 265/70R17 and mine are P-rated
     
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    Trying to keep the cap threads clean. :p
     
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    Got any pics of the lift? Got same size tires and don’t want to buy new ones lol. Also don’t want too much wheel well gap.
     
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    wait until you hear weird loud sucking noises, loss of 90% of your power, and then the check engine light comes on because the EVAP purge valve gets stuck open

    fucking Ford....
     
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    don't worry, fucking toyota has evap canister problems for over 20+ years across all truck/suv lines
     
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    kinda crappy pic but it will give you an idea

    A99DFA31-AD01-420E-97D6-B577ACD4A8D7.jpg
     
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    :hattip:

    my advice to @Shveet a couple weeks ago was and still is... Ontario BS Thread

    if your truck is a high mileage daily driver don't tie yourself in knots worrying about all the cool mods you wanna do for the .01% of the time you are offroad and make your truck ride like sh-t for the other 99.99%. for all the talk about how capable these trucks are in stock form, there is certainly no shortage of mods "you have to do" the second you leave the pavement according to the forums. in reality, good 32" all terrain tires and skid plates will get you really far around here.

    hold on... this is Tacomaworld where we talk about making our trucks moar awesomer... what was i thinking... 37s or bust baby.
     
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  18. Mar 4, 2020 at 5:26 AM
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    Best advice. Lots can be done on 31-32’s. Biggest thing is skids. You figure the south trail in ardbeg is a pretty decent trail that’s loads of fun that can be done stock. Why spend? If you want to that’s a different ball game. Keeping up with the Jones can be a slippery slope around here. If you like to tinker though and it’s a hobby then that’s a different ball game.
     
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    40s IT IS!


    putting fiction aside; as i had mentioned before, and since talking to @tacoma16 about it over the weekend, i'm just going to let the suspension work till it dies. If i break them on our trails, that means i do enough wheeling to warrant a new setup. But if it keeps up, then what i have is adequate enough to keep up with you guys, albeit a little more bumpier.

    I had been over analyzing getting suspension for some time with the 1000 possible options and combinations and thankfully i gave up on it for now.
    I still have your recommendation in mind :thumbsup:


    As for skids @pete37 i need new ones already, which ones can you get in? RCI?
    @3JOH22A your plates found a new home, to someone that has a use for 2nd gen plates :gossip:
     
  20. Mar 4, 2020 at 5:42 AM
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    so the problem of weak bumper mounts on our trucks is real. after some heavy winching over the last couple big trips and the winchfest that was Winter Wheeling at Ray's there was daylight between my SOS bumper and the frame horns. welds appeared to be fine.

    i got around to installing the BAMF brackets i ordered a while back this past weekend. had to drill a couple holes in an awkward spot in the bumper for the lower forward facing bolt on the BAMF bracket which means the bolt isnt going through 100% straight but close enough and this thing isnt going anywhere now. These brackets are as beefy as advertised.

    bent horn.jpg
    BAMF Bracket.jpg
     
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