Fresh LT 2017 Tacoma 4x4 Off Road DCSB Overland Built

alexplb

Active member
Hi guys, testing the water here.
Reason for sale: Life events have changed and I may be forced to sell.
All customer work was done 6K miles ago so it's not even broken in :) I will try to list the components best that I can remember. There is endless hours and $$ invested, so please do the research prior to making offers lower than asking price. Work has been professionally installed, only do it yourself part was habitat interior build out that I did myself.
Vehicle currently has 58K miles, turnkey ready with fresh oil, filter, diff fluid and brake fluid flush. This is the 4x4 off road with factory e lock and crawl/terrain controls.

Suspension:
front: Total Chaos 2.5+ Long Travel kit limit strap TC gusseted spindles, timberlin bumps, King 2.5 coil overs and secondary triple bypass shocks. StopTech BBK with 6 piston caliper and upgraded two pice aero rotors, steel brake lines (this was $2500 for just the BBK plus install) Finally Total Chaos custom made for LT swaybar (this makes a huge difference for longer trips/highway driving).
rear: Custom made leaf under made by Atlas here in Orange County (forget Deaver those guys wouldn't even touch this truck). Pack was designed specifically for the veh/equipment weight had to have it at the shop several times to dial in the leaf pack. Archive hangers and relocation shock towers Kings 2.5 triple bypasses and King 2.0 hydraulic bump-stops, steel brake lines by stop tech. G2 Wheel spacers to match track to front.
17" VTX bronse Terra wheels wrapped in Falken Wildpeak AT, tires are 34".
Drivetrain:
Nitro 5.29 gears, Lucas oil in diffs
K&N high flow air filter
Electric:
SwitchPros 9500 panel color matched to Toyota blue mounted on custom mount plate under the hood.
ARB twin compressor mounted underhood (comes with air hose)
Baja Designs Onx6 dual roof bar amber wide and white spot lens
Baja Designs S8 bumper bar with wide lens ember is wired to be on with ignition
Baja Desisns Pro quad fog lights combo lens
100w solar panel on the roof rack
1000w Goal Zero power unit mounted inside the habitat
Morimoto led high/low beams
LED lights / remote control light strip inside the habitat
Dometic Fridge with slider and converter to run the fridge (yes I've ran the fridge just off the solar and goal zero pack combo for a week)


AT Habitat with green canvas front sliding window and rear window in the hatch.
Unit installed by AT guys in AZ
I've built out interior trying to seal outside elements as much as I could during install.
Unit is build out with BedRug carpet, aluminum extrusions and high quality birch components all mounted to side rails and marine grade plywood on the floor of the bed (plywood is secured to the floor with 4 bolts)

Armor/gear
powder coated C4Fab front bumper with side reinforcements (C4fab sells them separately for some reason)
Smithybuild 10k winch w/remote control and synthetic line
CBI front and mid plates (font one is powder coated in gray)
CBI rear swing out rear bumper with CBI foldable table, two rotopax gas cans, spare, jack and matrax (amazon brand)
Aluminium all pro sliders
Bushwackers flares with front fenders trimmed for better clearance
Prinsu roof rack
TC bed stiffeners
Warn recovery bag with brand new equipment/ropes
Tacoma pro grill conversion (adds about 50 hp)
Trasheroo bag
Two front runner boxes
Mud flops
All around windows tint

I'm asking $67,000 OBO located in orange county CA
plz no tire kickers i'm not in a hurry to just "get rid of it"
 

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alexplb

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Totally forgot about lockable metal box/safe under rear seat, CB radio and cell signal booster
 

resqd1

Adventurer
How does she do at speed with all the extra gear across the desert? Is the rear the same width as the front? Any rubbing with the 34" tires?
 

alexplb

Active member
How does she do at speed with all the extra gear across the desert? Is the rear the same width as the front? Any rubbing with the 34" tires?
Sorry really late to this response... She does well considering all the gear she carries. But I wouldn't imagine running her anything like a proper pre-runner style build. So no hard corners and no huge whoops or any air. That said, she would outrun a mid tavel truck but she won't keep up with one that has no weight on it. 34s clear ok, at some angles they catch mud flops which doesn't bother me.
 

resqd1

Adventurer
here is a photo showing 50 mph pass over 3 foot whoops during the initial dial in.

any video? I dont need to keep up with prerunners, but dont want to have to go 15 mph you know. Just curious how she handles with the weight, perfect rig for me and the family
 

alexplb

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what is your text ph # I'll see if I can find any video clips, I think I have few on my phone shot from inside the car
 

alexplb

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Just got the usual 5k maintenance completed today. Tire rotation, lube, oil and alignment completed. This is turn key, go anywhere off grid for weeks, one of a kind rig.
 
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