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What Have You Done To Your 3rd Gen Today?

Discussion in '3rd Gen. Tacomas (2016+)' started by because_wumbo-truck, Nov 4, 2015.

  1. May 29, 2018 at 9:34 AM
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    Oh wait... I have done something to my Tacoma today...

    I drove it. For the first time.

    "Wait, haven't you had it for a while?"

    Yep, since the middle of February.

    "...and you've never driven it?"

    Nope. Just sat exactly where the driver for the carrier parked it in the driveway.

    "Not even at the dealership?"

    Nope. Bought via emails/phone calls from an out-of-state dealer and had it trucked up here. Had to. Can't get an AC around here.

    "That's insane."

    Maybe, but I'm happy thus far.

    "So why haven't you driven it?"

    Bought used, but in like-new condition, and I hate road salt and the resulting rust that much. Taking it in for rust-proofing soon, maybe next week.

    I was actually kinda' impressed. Got up early and put some plates on it. Got in, turned the key and it fired right up (I was expecting the battery to be drained by now). With my foot on the clutch, I took off the e-brake and it rolled back in the driveway (I was also expecting the brake pads to be rust-welded to the rotors). Drove it in to work. No surprises there, pretty much what I was expecting.
     
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  2. May 29, 2018 at 9:44 AM
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    Hilarious!
    You endured your resistance to drive it with great fortitude that 99.98% of us on here couldn’t do!
    Congrats on new Taco!
     
  3. May 29, 2018 at 9:47 AM
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    Thanks!
     
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    It did fine but I only had to go about 7-8 miles. Had 26 2x6's and 24 2x4's and used about 4 ratchet straps. The way the planks were loaded, they maxed out the space between the wheel wells so the side to side movement was nothing.
     
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  5. May 29, 2018 at 10:21 AM
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    First thanks to Canyonero for lots of input, links etc on sound-deadening, all the while he and family are dodging all those lava flows on the Big Island! ; )
    Kidding sort of.

    Just did the back wall of my DBL cab. I used Noico 80 mil.
    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00URUIKAK/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

    I just bought the wife a SUP and she was biting at the bit to use it.
    I told her give me about an hour and I’ll be done with the sound deadening.....
    I didn’t factor in that I have this sciatic nerve thing going on my right side....painful to do anything including squeezing/sitting in the back on top of the seats bending my 6’-3” (and shrinking, old but on the right side of the dirt) frame over to install the sound deadening. Plus it was late in the day when I started at 4:30.
    So after an hour she’s like you promised me we would go today! (like my daughter and most women, when you even say “...MAYBE let’s do something...” later it gets turned into “..YOU PROMISED ME”...which then translates to you are GUILTY AS CHARGED and better do what you said “maybe” to, just for reference).
    My “promise” combined with sun going down, no pressure....!
    Another hour, done.
    Then had to pump up a 11’ SUP....workout from hell.
    Load up and go.
    She had a blast, I tried it, me, I have surfed all my life, SUP is foreign, I like it better when Mother Nature propels me, aka waves!
    Speaking of, looks like we are going to have a active Tropical storm/hurricane season this year.
    Already have another storm forming after Alberto.

    Bodyglove board we bought....at Costco, it’s 34” wide fairly stable compared to others and it only weighs 24 lbs inflated:
    http://www.bodyglove.com/store/perf...MI6OODgbWr2wIVAi1pCh1RhQBqEAQYBSABEgKLSPD_BwE

    The same Bodyglove board is $399 at Costco:
    https://www.costco.com/Body-Glove-P...p-Paddle-Board-Package.product.100408628.html

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  6. May 29, 2018 at 10:35 AM
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    I've seen the video of footage of shows from their final tour.....mighty impressive drum work by Tommy Lee.

    Big theatrics on a cool stage.

    Too bad Mick Mars's health is shot.....I'd like to see them keep after it for a bit longer.






    Wow.....that is just like @SurfratTX said.....an exercise in inhuman restraint.


    Congrats on giving it a spin......but, man.....how you held off like that is beyond me.




    I'd equate it to being married to Sofia Vergara......and not walking up and groping her every chance you had.......



    Dayum.









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  7. May 29, 2018 at 10:40 AM
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    Sourced a front rail from the wrecking yard off of a totaled 2nd gen, got the bed rail nuts from Ebay and fork mounts from REI on their anniversary sale so the wife and I can take the bike on adventures! Pictured is the bike I picked up for my little nephew and decided to try the mount out! FYI the bed rail nuts are a #7 allen if you decide to order them. Fork pic.jpg

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  8. May 29, 2018 at 10:43 AM
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    Didn't do anything to the Taco today but it was an accomplice in an impulse buy on my lunch break.......wife is not going to be happy.

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  9. May 29, 2018 at 10:47 AM
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    Consult the all wise all knowing Youtube, my friend! That is what I do for everything.https://youtu.be/w8Quqpto81c
    I figured the vapor barrier was there for a good enough reason for them to add it so just soundproofing over it worked fine for me. Some guys have OCD beyond belief with soundproofing and remove everything when just covering it would do a similar job for much cheaper. But it is all about personal preference, I love how quiet my interior sounds now and the quality of bass and everything is improved so much. I didn't soundproof behind the backseats because I have leather back seats which block enough sound already.

    "Work smarter not harder"
     
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  10. May 29, 2018 at 11:25 AM
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    I wanted to place a post here in case there are others considering Rock Lights for their trucks or other Lighting options. I have received a lot of PMs since I made my original post of my install over a month ago asking about two things mainly: placement of Rock Lights and how I chose to run the wiring.

    Rock Light Placement click HERE

    Mattgecko’s Light Placement click HERE

    Wiring click HERE

    Please look over the writeups for exact placements and wiring. The only thing I haven’t posted yet and I will, is where and how I wired my Rock Lights for my Wheel Wells. I will touch on it briefly here though. Rock Light Placement is pretty standard under the truck in the Front and Rear. The main question I have been getting is the placement on my Side Courtesy LED Strip Lighting Placement and why I chose LED Strip Lighting over two Rock Lights. Here is a comparison picture of Rock Lights verses LED Strip Lighting.

    Strip Lighting

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    2 Rock Lights

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    You can see how the light spread is much better with the LED Strip Lighting on the sides. If you look at my personal pictures below, you can also tell which ones I angled straight down and which ones I have at a 45 degree angle. The sole purpose of angling the Side Courtesy LED Strip Lighting at a 45 degree angle pointed inward is the amount of spread you will get verses mounting them straight down. By mounting your Lights straight down you get the circle on the ground output. I wanted my Light evenly spread throughout the side of my truck for better lighting quality. Take a look at these pics...

    Circle Light Output on the Ground from Front and Rear Rock Lights

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    Even Spread Output on the Ground from Side LED Strip Lighting

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    With the Front and Rear Rock Lights, you don’t have many options and since I mounted them closer together, in what I think is the perfectly designed location for these, I wasn’t too concerned. However, with the side distribution of light needing to be more spread out along the whole side of the truck, you can see how mounting them at the 45 degree angle allows for just that.

    Also, when connecting and doing the wiring, most will say to hardwire them and whatnot. I found it more convenient and more functional to use weatherpack connectors. Easy to disconnect in the future if there ever is a time that calls for it. I just saw some pictures from another member recently that followed a similar install, used the weatherpacks just like me, and made his own harness too, and it came out very clean. It’s pretty easy to do. Unfortunately, Baja Designs Rock Lights do not come in a kit with a wiring harness already made like some other setups like The Retrofit Source offers, but it just takes a little time to do. Trust me, you will appreciate the convenience later down the road if you have to disconnect them for any reason. If you have any questions, feel free to PM me like others have done. Last thing I would mention, make sure to mount your Rock Lights either straight above or on the inside angled towards the truck/under the truck at the 45 degree angle. You don’t want to mount them on the inside pointing outward because when they are lit up at night, it won’t look as nice and it won’t be hidden. I personally don’t care to see my Rock Light lit up, as much as I do the Rock Light glow. Here are some pics of what I mean.

    Bad Placement

    Mounted on the inside pointing outward. Some even go as far as mounting them even lower and pointing more towards their UCAs.

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    Why is this bad? Well this is the Light Output you will receive.

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    If you wish to be able to see the Rock Light from the side, then this works.

    Good Placement

    Mounted up above or pointed inward towards the truck. Wheel wells are towards the inner side of the Truck and have a great hidden spread. The two Rock Lights on the side are mounted straight down towards the ground.

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    Again, all you see with these installs is the glow from the Rock Lights, not the actual Rock Light lit up. Makes a big difference and in my opinion looks a lot better.
     
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  11. May 29, 2018 at 11:27 AM
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    As always Lee, I am grateful for your praise and happy to help! I soundproofed my rear doors first one day and did the front doors the next, got a 10 year old that is a bit of an introvert so I have to take her to the playgrounds and kid spots and play with her to help her interact with other kids, but she still is a bit attached to me the whole time. I get guilty if I work too much on my Taco without spending time with her, so I get the whole "Dad when are we going to ______??" a lot. But it is always nice to be needed, so I put a bookmark in my mod plans and go! Seeing her happy makes me a whole lot happier than any mod
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    Got another on the way right now, bout time she had a sibling!
     
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  12. May 29, 2018 at 11:39 AM
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    @Canyonero, could you please tell me which Amazon offering this is (they've got a few) and whether or not it makes closing the console more difficult (seems to be the common complaint)?
     
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  13. May 29, 2018 at 11:47 AM
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    It does make closing it slightly more difficult, but only if you have an aftermarket tray like the ones from Amazon too in there. I have a tray on mine also, but I find closing it to still be fine for me because now I just close it and move the opening lever down by hand to secure it closed (just a tiny split second step added, really nothing to complain about), works fine for me and I love it. Worth a shot, plus it's Amazon so you can always return it if you don't like

    Issyzone Toyota Center Armrest Console Cover Plus Neoprene Protector for 2016-2018 Toyota Tacoma Center Console Lid Cover, Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0779SNXGW?ref=yo_pop_ma_swf
     
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    I hated mine, returned it the same day it arrived. Made closing the lid a huge PITA.
     
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  15. May 29, 2018 at 11:55 AM
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    Super. Thanks!
     
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    My wife has a 2016 Rav4 and talks about getting a 4runner once they finally upgrade the interior, because it isn't nearly as cool as our Tacos right now (looks like something from 2010)

    I would also have to say that going with black for your wife's car is not a good idea, because you'll be outside cleaning it all the time, especially if it is the 202 black color, my last Taco was that color and it was the worst experience with a paint color I've ever had! Black is way too much maintenance, Quicksand is the opposite. I would say really ask around before buying black vehicles, you'll see a lot of defeated men out there. I was, never again. Shows EVERYTHING!!

    Black is beautiful, but it will always look dirty unless you have severe OCD and wash it twice a week. NO THANK YOU! Happy Wife, Happy Life!
     
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    So much of this stuff boils down to personal preference. I would like a cover, and would likely tolerate a slight inconvenience. It's not like I'd be going into the console frequently.
     
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    True, I am in and out of mine constantly. I went with a leather padded replacement from Redline Goods.
     
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    Post a pic or two for @Ruminator and me too since I do have leather seats to enjoy on sunny days when I remove my neoprene seat covers. Might be nice to have a leather one too
     
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    Then I trimmed and installed my ME-SO CP6.1w and switches. Next step is to install my 30" light bars with my SDHQ mount behind the grille and wire them up. The rest of the switches will have to wait, sadly, until I can work a few more OT shifts, but they're coming.
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