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sunroof questions

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas (2005-2015)' started by Toy Yoda, Jan 30, 2012.

  1. Jan 30, 2012 at 9:14 AM
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    Toy Yoda

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    I'm looking at having a sunroof(s) installed in my 06 double cab, I've seen two moon roofs installed in a DC with no problem, my question is, is there enough room for maybe two automatic sliding sun roofs, or maybe just one and then a moon roof in the back seat. i love sun roofs and have always wanted one or two in my truck, what do you guys think?
     
  2. Jan 30, 2012 at 9:20 AM
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  3. Jan 30, 2012 at 9:38 AM
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    yeah thats what i was thinking, cause you have to have twice the length of roof as you do the length of the glass for it to slide under
     
  4. Feb 4, 2012 at 11:24 AM
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    Armour: All-Pro Skid plates - IFS, transmission, and transfer case. Pelfreybilt rear standard plate bumper Front Suspension: OME 885 + NitroCharger 9000 shocks + 1/2" spacers for a 3" lift. Superbumps replacing stock bumpstops. Camburg ball joint UCA SS braid brake lines Rear Suspension: All-Pro Expedition rear leafs, Walker Evans 27" rear shocks, extended rear brake lines (Wheelers Offroad), U -bolt flip kit, rear Timbren bumpstops. Interior: Weatherteck floor liners - front, Wet Okoles- front, ScanGauge, LED interior & map lights. Power moonroof. Exterior: Raider Cobra canopy, PIAA bulbs, LED bulbs all around, modified flasher unit for LEDs Rear diff breather mod. Front diff vibe problem, driver's side needle bearing replaced with ECGS bushing. yet to install: HID Blazer Fog Retrofit, LED Flood & Spot, + switches, fuse panel. Metal Tech Sliders w/ kickout and dimple die filler plates. swaybar relocate blocks (build my own)
    I very much like the installation on my "new to me" 05 DC. Power moon roof.
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    http://webastoshowroom.com/
    http://webastoshowroom.com/pdf/hollandia700_brochure.pdf

    not a double unit, sits covers the front seats, but fully electric, and recedes into headliner. This unit looks like it was installed at the factory, the aftermarket install is that good. simple electric controls. Will enjoy it this summer! makes the cab feel even roomier.
     
  5. Mar 1, 2012 at 3:22 PM
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    The dual looks sweet. I wonder if you could go right to the manufacturer and order a "fixed" sunroof in addition to the functional one. Seems pretty feasible to me. Of course, the slider would have to slide open externally then due to lack of space, which I'm personally not a fan of.

    I priced one today (Inalfa ASI) after reading various reviews on here. $1000 and guaranteed for life; pretty good deal I think. And sounds like the key to install is getting a fitted brace for the ribbed roof along with a good installer.
     
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