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Skid plate help.

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas (2005-2015)' started by Tacominer, Feb 9, 2012.

  1. Feb 9, 2012 at 8:24 PM

    Tacominer [OP] Well-Known Member

    Feb 7, 2012
    First Name:
    06 DBCB TRD Off Road
    K&N CAI, BHLM, Black Valence, Blacked Out Emblems, Blacked Out Grill, Pro Comp Rock Crawlers Black, 265-75-16 Goodyear Duratracs, Rear diff mod. OME 885 coils with 5100's front 5120's rear. Dakers 3" rear leafs. Toyota engine block heater.
    I just bout a 2006 Tacoma. I love the truck and i want to start blacking it out. i saw somewhere where people were blacking out skid plates in the front. I like the idea but what would be the best thing to do? powder coat, bed liner? I also want to put a big white TRD sticker on it also, so any suggestions on what to use and an idea of price? Thanks
  2. Feb 9, 2012 at 9:02 PM

    Bengland25 Never Forget! 343

    Nov 17, 2011
    First Name:
    Southern California
    09 Tacoma TRD
    MB Chaos 6 17" wheels, BF Goodrich All-Terrain TA/KO LT265-70R17, Anytime Fog Lights, Anytime Backup Camera, Bed Lights, Tailgate Lock, Light bar with 3 Hella 700FF's, Realtree Camo arm-rests, Anytime DTRL (With Switch), Blue Seas Fuse Block and Circuit Breaker, Custom Bed Light-Bar, Cobra 29 LTD Chrome, 4' Firestik, Masterlock Hitch Key Safe, Bed Storage Compartment Locks, Custom Shovel Bracket Mount, Flag Pole Mount (RED SOLO CUP FLAG!), DIY Washable Cabin Filter, URD MAF Cal., Homelink Garage Door Opener, Volant CAI w/ Ram Scoop, AeroTurbine 3030XL, URD Short Throw Shifter, Custom Satoshi, Blitzpro 21S, 2 Blitzpro 6LZ's, Blitzpro 6D, BAMF Sliders
    Get some of the Rustoleum Bedliner spray from a auto store and hit that on your skid. Powdercoat will look better and last longer but costs A LOT more and it definitely harder to touch up man. I used the bedliner spray for a few things and it turns out great and so far I have had absolutely no problems with it!

    As far as the sticker, IDK how long that would last. A lot of guys get TRD lasercut into the skid. local fab shop should be able to help out with that...

    Welcome to TW by the way man! glad to have you here! enjoy :wave:

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