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The Rock Crawler in Action

Discussion in 'Off-Roading & Trails' started by SiRMarlon, Mar 24, 2011.

  1. Mar 24, 2011 at 11:40 PM
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    SiRMarlon

    SiRMarlon [OP] The Photo Ninja!

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  2. Mar 25, 2011 at 12:06 AM
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    Debadged, tinted windows, 7 pin relocated, bed lights, 12 volt socket in bed of truck, on board air, auxiliary fuse box, grill craft, hella 500's, t-rex eyelids, pink budbuilt skids, icon remote resi coil over, camburg uca, alcan rear springs, ubolt flip, icon 2.5 remote rear resi shocks
    What are the specs on that beast? I'm trading my 89 CRX for a 82 longbed pickup. It has a cheap 3"ish lift and pizza cutter 33's. I think I'm gonna get lockers and dual cases and go from there.
    Do you think front digs (assuming dual sticked) and rear line locked would help around that corner? Scary lookin spot to be getting tippy!
     
  3. Mar 25, 2011 at 1:13 AM
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    SiRMarlon

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    You can't do front digs with Toyota Transfer Cases, you will need an Atlas for that unless you can find someone to fab up a disconnect like some of the guys on pirate have done. If you try it with a rear lock line you will bust something...A front dig would have been ideal in that situation. But spending $2-5K on atlas T-Case...wish I could :(

    We have our dual stick but the purpose of that is pretty much to use all of our low range options in 2WD.

    Our truck has the works, the specs on our truck are as follows...

    Rebuilt 22R
    GotPropane Injection Kit
    IFS Width Rear Axle
    Trail-Gear Rear Disc Brake Kit
    V6 Third Members
    Trail-Gear 5.29 Gears front and rear
    Spartan Lockers front and rear
    Trail-Gear Dirty 30 Birfields
    Trail-Gear Engine Mounts
    All Pro Extreme lift (4" Front 5" Rear")
    Dual Transfer Cases
    Trail-Gear 4.7 23-Spline Low Gear
    Trail-Gear 23 Spline Dual Case Adapter
    2.28 21-Spline Crawl Box
    All Pro T-Case E-Brake Kit
    Trail-Gear Twin Stick
    Trail-Gear T-Case Mounts x 2
    Trail-Gear Crossmember
    All Pro Sliders
    Marlin Crawler Roll Cage
    4 x Inovation Tube Doors
    Smittybuilt XRC-8000lb Winch
    Trail-Gear Winch Plate
    Technora 90' Synthetic winch line
    35" Parneli Jones on 15" Rims

    Soon to come are Trail-Gear 17" Aluminum Beadlocks and some 40" Sticky tires! Fuck the 37's :D Probably some IROKS! ;)
     
  4. Mar 25, 2011 at 1:52 AM
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    Manwithoutaplan the full Monty

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    -Nitro 4.56 gears - Arb Front and Rear lockers. -Rear Swing out bumper Curiosity of ( Dept .94) https://www.facebook.com/Dept94 -Tinted, -ProComp 6 inch lift with Icon Coil overs and Bilstein's 7100Resi -315/70/17 - 17x8 in Pro Comp Matte black rims 4.5 bs -East Coast Gear Supply Sliders -ALL Pro EXP LEaf pack -Camburg UCA's -CAB mount CHOP
    Pretty cool man
     
  5. Mar 25, 2011 at 2:31 AM
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    I did not know you couldn't do front digs on a yota. That's a hellava build! Very nice. I bet that super low range is awesome to wheel with. The 4 to 1 in my jeep was to fast for me, I was always jealous of the Toyota guys, now Im gonna finally have it.
     
  6. Mar 25, 2011 at 11:51 AM
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    Well if you have any questions or anything like that just let me know...I'm always willing to help!
     
  7. Mar 25, 2011 at 11:58 AM
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    :drool: That project has come along nicely.
     
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