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Unread 08-03-2005, 01:22 PM   #1
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Default My 2004 4runner





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  • Shrockworks winch bumper
  • 4x4Labs rear bumper
  • Budbuilt full belly skid
  • Hanna Quality sliders
  • Warn M8000 winch
  • Winchline.com synthetic line
  • Lightforce 240 driving lights
  • Piaa 510 Ion Crystal fog lights
  • Total Chaos long travel kit
  • Fox coilovers w/ resi
  • 600lb King coils
  • Fox 2-tube bypass shocks (front)
  • Fiberwerx Fiberglass fenders
  • Fox 12" 3 tube bypass shocks (rear)
  • Samco upper links
  • Samco custom rear shock mounts
  • Kurt-Fab lower links
  • Slee SS Brakelines
  • 295/70/17 Nitto Terra Grapplers
  • 17x8 American Racing Mojave Teflons
  • Staun internal beadlocks
  • ARB air lockers, front and rear
  • 4.56 Nitro Gears w/solid pinion spacer

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  • Dual battery system
  • Autohome Maggiolina Rooftop Tent
  • Engel 45 Fridge
  • Custom Cargo Drawer
  • Source 10lb CO2
  • Dension Ipod connect
  • Cobra 75wx-st CB
  • Wilson 1000 Antenna
  • WeatherTech floor liners
  • Garmin 276c gps
  • Kenwood 710a ham radio w/aprs
  • Coment SBB-5 antenna


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Unread 08-03-2005, 01:25 PM   #2
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running boards removed, waiting for the hanna sliders

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Unread 08-03-2005, 02:28 PM   #3
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Nice pic at the top, and is that an S2000 in the garage?

Yeah remember to update us after you do the sliders and lift.
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Nice pic at the top, and is that an S2000 in the garage?

Yeah remember to update us after you do the sliders and lift.
Thanks..

And yes it is, 240hp of rwd fun
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Hi,

What are you carrying on the back in the top picture...motorcycle? Any close-up photos?

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What are you carrying on the back in the top picture...motorcycle? Any close-up photos?

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Hi Mark,

It's a honda crf50. Makes for a great camping toy
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Cool. Have you a closeup with the way you have it mounted to the truck? Would this mount hold a larger bike (eg 250cc)?
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Cool. Have you a closeup with the way you have it mounted to the truck? Would this mount hold a larger bike (eg 250cc)?


Theres a picture of it on my blazer. I *think* it would hold a 250. It's 60" long.
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Unread 08-08-2005, 10:38 AM   #9
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Looking good!!

Now for the lift. You will be amazed how much the sliders and lift clears up compared to stock with running baords. AT least you wont hurt your rocker panel anymore and you have a good point for a HI-Lift.
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shoot, i can't see any of your pics!
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Little behind updating this, so here it goes..

OME Lifted


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eh, your lift, tires, and wheels are just okay. not great. nothing i would ever do.



looks fantastic!
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Leaning on my hanna quality sliders..
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Oh..Nice Joel!
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What are you carrying on the back in the top picture...motorcycle? Any close-up photos?

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Silly Expat! I didn't even notice the little toy cycle becuz I was focusing on Gena!! Say hi to her for me Joel!
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