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Discussion in '3rd Gen. Tacomas (2016+)' started by Steves104x4, Sep 12, 2015.

  1. Jul 25, 2020 at 1:42 PM
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    bbahunter

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    Finally painted my sr5 wheels black, and had 265/70/16 Goodyear’s mounted.
    I am satisfied, as I really don’t need bigger tires.
    75CE4BA5-51C3-4AB0-8827-7C3F305CC18A.jpg
     
  2. Jul 25, 2020 at 2:01 PM
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    DarthPat1977

    DarthPat1977 Well-Known Member

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    Had the truck about 3 months. Planning some more mods in the future. Started practical, like lighting, removed the air dam...
    Hopefully I'll be throwing some black steel OEM wheels on in the next few weeks.
     
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  3. Jul 25, 2020 at 3:56 PM
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    CygnusX191

    CygnusX191 Puddle Jumper

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    Rush window shade, stuff from RCI, Total Chaos, Victory 4x4, Meso Customs, and a bunch of stickers. 2LoMod, OVTuned
    Take lots of pictures while it's still clean.... :D
     
  4. Jul 25, 2020 at 4:03 PM
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    2k2

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    Favorite mod so far... OEM bedlight kit and switch.
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    OEM foglights done too. So that takes care of all the functional lighting mods on my list.
    20200725_151148.jpg 20200725_151125.jpg
     
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  5. Jul 25, 2020 at 4:40 PM
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    pdxrado

    pdxrado Well-Known Member

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    Santiam Pass near Detroit Lake, OR this morning. The 6 banger was working hard climbing a few thousand feet with the ac on blast & towing about 4K lbs.

    Also, I found a trailer hitch that can attach both bike rack & boat trailer.
     
  6. Jul 25, 2020 at 4:43 PM
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    CygnusX191

    CygnusX191 Puddle Jumper

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    Rush window shade, stuff from RCI, Total Chaos, Victory 4x4, Meso Customs, and a bunch of stickers. 2LoMod, OVTuned
    Quite the workhorse
     
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  7. Jul 27, 2020 at 8:20 AM
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    BadKitty

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    2017 Black Tacoma TRD-offRoad 6spd
    TRD Intake, TRD exhaust
    JULY-5.jpg
    City.jpg City 2.jpg Billstein 6112/5160 set on 3-2.
    Factory v Bilstein 6112-5160 on 3-2.jpg
    All Suspension hardware Front and Rear was replaced with Titanium for lifetime, all-weather Endurance.
    Titanium Shock Hardware.jpg
    2"inch Extension on the 6mt. TRD-PRO shift knob
    JULY-13.jpg
    Experimented with the 2016 Tacoma TRD-PRO Center Caps which are a direct "drop-fit" to the TRD-Offroad wheels.
    -Personally, I found them a touch too "gaudy" for my tastes and ended doing no caps at all, but for anyone interested they are below


    CenterCaps 2.jpg
    CenterCaps.jpg

    2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Off-Road 6mt.
    -TRD™ exhaust
    -TRD™ CAI
    -TRD™ Oil Cap
    -TRD™ Radiator Cap
    -TRD PRO™ Shift knob (+2inch extension)
    -Black Lug nuts
    -Black(gloss)"Bumpershellz™" covers
    Suspenion:Bilstein6112/5160 on setting 3/2
    Tires:Michelin Defender LTX: 265/70r/16
    Hardware: Titanium from Ti-64 -Deep blue@26.2v
    Torque Spec. information: https://www.ti64.com/v/vspfiles/assets/docs/fasteners 101 torque.pdf

    Nut & Bolt Sizes
    -Front Top Hat Nut: M10x1.25 (Qty.6)
    -Front Lower Strut Bolt&nut: M14x1.5x76 (qty 2)
    -Rear strut top Nut size: M10x1.5 (Qty.2
    -Rear lower strut bolt: M12x1.25x70
    -Rear Shackle bolt: M14x1.5 x 100mm long.
    -Front recovery hook: 12 x 1.25 x 60 mm grade 8.8 #90119-A0193
    -M12-1.25 (1.75)
    -front sway link m12
    -license plate bolt/washer M6x1x20mm
    -alignment cam m16

    Torque Spec (Toyota)
    Lug nuts: 83 ft-lbs
    FRONT:
    Brake caliper mounting bolts: 90 ft-lbs
    Brake caliper banjo bolt: 22 ft-lbs
    Steering knuckle to lower ball joint: 59 ft-lbs ~USE LOCTITE~
    Outer tie-rod to lower ball joint: 67 ft-lbs
    Lower control arm to frame (alignment cams): 96 ft-lbs
    Lower control arm to shock absorber: 101 ft-lbs (may vary with aftermarket equip)
    Lower control arm to swaybar end link: 51 ft-lbs
    Lower ball joint to lower control arm: 112 ft-lbs
    Upper ball joint to upper control arm: 80 ft-lbs
    Upper control arm to frame: 87 ft-lbs
    Shock absorber upper mount (3 bolts): 47 ft-lbs (may vary with aftermarket equip)
    Shock absorber center nut: 22 ft-lbs
    Swaybar to swaybar end link: 22 ft-lbs
    Swaybar brackets to frame: 19 ft-lbs

    REAR:
    Shock absorber to axle: 53 ft-lbs
    Shock absorber to frame: 53 ft-lbs

    Titanium Anodize Voltage:
    -Deep blue: 26.2v
    -Also clean in SimpleGreen first, that gets the oil off, that will bake into the metal.
    -suspend in solution with alum. wire
    -use distilled water
    -note solution, temp and TI source

    Toyota Part# for Factory Hardware:
    Strut bolt assembly
    -90105-A0113: bolt
    -90178-A0058: nut
    -91622-41400: washer
    Suspension/Control Arm/Alignment Cam
    -Upper Control Arm Nut 90080-17208 x2
    -Outer Tie Rod 45046-09340 x2
    -CV Dust Cap, Grease Cap 43514-28010 x2
    -Adjust Cam, RIGHT 48409-60020 x2
    -Adjust Cam, LEFT 48190-60020 x2
    -Adjust Cam, LEFT 48198-60011 x2
    -Bolt W Washer 90119-A0166 x2
    -Control Arm Nut 90178-A0001 x2
    -Front Strut Lower Bolt, Bolt Flange 90105-A0113 x2
    -Front Strut Lower Nut, Gear Assembly Nut 90178-A0058 x2
     

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    Last edited: Jul 27, 2020
  8. Jul 27, 2020 at 8:39 AM
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    Sandy94

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    This. Is beautiful.
     
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  9. Jul 27, 2020 at 8:57 AM
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    mean_green

    mean_green Active Member

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    yes, beautiful. you've done a lot of good work with documentation for everyone to view...
     
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  10. Jul 27, 2020 at 8:58 AM
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    BadKitty

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    There were truly divine natural conditions that day. And Indiana in the summer is God's last Gift
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    Sun 2.jpgBeans.jpg
     
  11. Jul 27, 2020 at 9:00 AM
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    mean_green

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    that could easily be mistaken for Illinois, you know... :)
     
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  12. Jul 27, 2020 at 9:26 AM
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    CygnusX191

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    Rush window shade, stuff from RCI, Total Chaos, Victory 4x4, Meso Customs, and a bunch of stickers. 2LoMod, OVTuned
    How's that shifter extension working?
    Also, those center caps don't look too bad.... Lol

    Or Iowa, or Northern Missouri....
     
  13. Jul 27, 2020 at 9:27 AM
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    CygnusX191

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    Rush window shade, stuff from RCI, Total Chaos, Victory 4x4, Meso Customs, and a bunch of stickers. 2LoMod, OVTuned
    IMG_20200726_163758~2.jpg

    Don't have a whole lotta pics from the trail, had about 12 or so vehicles out, mostly Yotas
     
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  14. Jul 27, 2020 at 9:38 AM
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    BadKitty

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    The shift extension ended up being awesome. The added leverage of the height, With the shape of the TRD-PRO knob makes it throw lightly and easily into gear. Its hard to explain without feeling the difference between Factory and the extension, but it translates to a much lighter percieved 'row' from gear to gear, and a closer wheel-to-stick movement that I like.
     
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  15. Jul 27, 2020 at 9:44 AM
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    CygnusX191

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    Rush window shade, stuff from RCI, Total Chaos, Victory 4x4, Meso Customs, and a bunch of stickers. 2LoMod, OVTuned
    I've got a fairly small frame and from where I put the seat to make everything work, the shifter is ever so slightly too far away.
     
  16. Jul 27, 2020 at 9:50 AM
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    MOC221_

    MOC221_ Humble subject of King Shit

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    But... that goes against the theory that the engineers knew best when designing the truck. Which I presume means everything from bumper to bumper.
    You shouldn't be messing with their creation. Especially to make something feel different - to your liking. Another example would be clutch feel (accumulator).

    Come on, now.
     
  17. Jul 27, 2020 at 10:09 AM
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    BadKitty

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    Imagine thinking there is some kind of 'fundamentalist' law to any of this.
    You got a hot smooth-brain take on modifications, thats for sure.

    VASTLY different set of consequences result between a thread on 2"inch shift-lever extension and the hydraulic actuation and mechanism of your clutch.
    but im sure to you, moving the seat forwards or back is a modification too right?
     
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  18. Jul 27, 2020 at 10:13 AM
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    MOC221_

    MOC221_ Humble subject of King Shit

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    Well, sure seems like you don't appreciate push back on your choice of mods..

    That's ironic, since you have no qualms letting everyone know how stupid they are for stuff they do to THEIR trucks.

    Funny how months of shitposting come back around eh?

    I won't even light you up for the CAI/exhaust mods...

    Enjoy!
     
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  19. Jul 27, 2020 at 11:08 AM
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    CygnusX191

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    Rush window shade, stuff from RCI, Total Chaos, Victory 4x4, Meso Customs, and a bunch of stickers. 2LoMod, OVTuned
    :rofl:

    My sol day was just made a lot better. Keep it rolling fellas
     
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  20. Jul 27, 2020 at 11:13 AM
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    BadKitty

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    how can there possibly be "pushback" on a Truck modded completely with TRD or (formerlyTRD) production parts? It makes no sense..
    Then, lol you fixated on a 2"inch shift extension and in true smooth-brain fashion you posed an impotent argument about how this is somehow the same thing as tampering with a hydraulic clutch accumulator or hacking the ECU with piggyback software coded in a garage.

    You got desert-stormed, like everyone else who tries to argue objectively wrong points, but whats new under the sun?
     
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