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dylans

New member
I'm coming from an 89 FJ62. I bought this 2013 Trail last year and I love it. Slowly working on building it up mildly.




Current:
Rocky road outfitters super sliders
Rocky road outfitters adventure rack with light bar
IPF 7in lights
Rocky road outfitters axe and shovel mount
General grabber AT2 265/70 R17



Planned:
ARB bull bar (relocate IPF lights from roof to bull bar)
ARB skid plates
Safari snorkel
Dobinsons 2.5in lift with heavy springs
FJ steel wheels
Smittybilt 2780 compressor, hardmounted
 

Trikebubble

Adventurer
Exploring Apex Mtn (outside of Penticton BC) last weekend.


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We just got our tundra too! Itll be a big change from our 4runner.

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The power on tap is intoxicating. I came from an Xterra (which was great) and I still chuckle when it's time to pass someone going up a long grade.

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Themightygoose

New member
Y'all have some sweet Toyota's! Nice work. (y)

Here's my 2001 4Runner (2WD) SR5.
Bilstein/Old Man Emu suspension with Method Vex Wheels/General AT2's
Pretty standard vehicle I use for commuting, beach trips, and the occasional camping trip.



What are the specs of your lift/suspension upgrade? I'm looking to do something similar on my '99.
 

Themightygoose

New member


Front: Bilstein 5100 adjustable shocks with OME 880 coils
Rear: Old Man Emu 60073 soft valved shocks with OME 906 coils

I believe it nets out with about a 1.5" - 2" lift.
I think that's perfect for me. I don't really want a lift. I just want to be able to have a nice level stance when loaded with camping gear. I'm still running stock coils all the way around. I think those 906's will be nice. I will probably run Icon shocks and Icon coilovers for the front
 

Chevrolado

Cruisin'
I think that's perfect for me. I don't really want a lift. I just want to be able to have a nice level stance when loaded with camping gear. I'm still running stock coils all the way around. I think those 906's will be nice. I will probably run Icon shocks and Icon coilovers for the front
Yep, sounds like a perfect combo. This is just my commuter rig - so I didn't want to drop that much $$ into the Icons/Kings I was originally looking at. But yeah, sounds like the right kind of setup for you. Make it happen. :D I think you'll enjoy it.
 
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