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Plate bumper build...should I add a hoop?

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas (2005-2015)' started by Ca Taco, Mar 4, 2013.

  1. Apr 4, 2013 at 1:31 PM

    mightytacoman Well-Known Member

    Apr 3, 2013
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    Moving every 3 months
    Heavily upgraded
    Puma On-board air, Helo 791 rims, 315/75/r16 Mt/r, Radflo CDC ext coilovers with 14" 700# springs, extended length rear Radflo shocks with CDC, Dakar leak pack, Brute Force Fab front bumper galvanized and powder coated, DTRL mod, yellow fogs, fog anytime mod, relocated rear differential breather, synthetic fluid swap, Afe drop in dry filter, secondary air filter removed, Airflow snorkle, 4x innovation sliders powder coated, Aero Turbine 2525xl exhaust dumped over axle, seat belt chime disabled, Warn 8000i winch, 2- 20" light bars, 42" curved roof light both with custom brackets. Mesh grill, Brute Force Fab rear bumper with extra reverse lights, u bolt flip kit, SS extendend brake lines, hockey puck bump stop extension, AT shackle flip kit, Light Racing UCA's, 4crawler 1.5" bodylift. custom built front and mid skid plates, regeared to 4.56s, windows tinted 25%, Sony stereo, 12" subwoofer, 1000 watt mono amp, retrofit headlights with legal demon eye, Kryptek Marathon seat covers.
    i cant say that i like the looks of a single hoop but to each his own, ive got head light protection loops on my truck and built another with a loop and side support as well. i say go BIG. you'll probably never look at it and say to yourself it was over kill. you'll say "ya that looks bad ass"
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