2013 Tacoma TRD Sport 4x4 EXPO build

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Ryan O'Connell

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Bought my Tacoma in June of 2013. I've always loved camping and adventure. Started slowly modding my truck and here it is today.

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Armor:
-Home made sliders
-Home made front hybrid bumper
-Home made HC rear bumper w/swing out

Front Suspension:
-Icon extended travel coilovers
-Desert Products 1.25" Uniball UCA's
-Wheelers Superbumps
-Removed sway bar

Rear Suspension:
-Icon 2.0 resi's
-Dakar Leaf Pack
-All-Pro U Bolt flip kit
-Wheelers Superbumps

Tires and Rims:
-Goodyear Duratracs 285/70/17 x5
-17" Method Double Standards x5

Performance:
-4.88 Nitro Gears
-Rear ARB air locker
-Borla Muffler
-Airflow Snorkel

Lighting:
-42" Hyperion Light bar (roof mounted Home made brackets)
-20" Hyperion Light bar (mounted to front bumper)

Electronics and communications:
-Blue Sea 12 fuse holder fuse block
-Blue Sea 100 amp circuit breaker
-Cobra 29 LX 40 channel CB radio
-4 ft Fire Stik II "FS series" CB antenna
-Ultra Gauge Em plus
-OTRATTW switches for lights

Recovery:
-Superwinch Tigershark 9500 w/synthetic line
-Hi-Lift Extreme
-2"x20' Tow strap
-ARB 12v Air compressor
-ARB tire puncture kit

Camping/Extras:
-Home Made bed rack for RTT
-Tentsonarack RTT (out of Newport Beach CA)
-Whytner 65QT 12v fridge

Other Mods:
-Cab mount Chop
-Cut all fenders 2.5"
-Weathertechs front and rear


Done quite a few fun trips, but none as fun as the two week 3300 mile adventure through CA,NV,UT,CO,WY, and ID that my wife and I took last September. It was epic.
Here's a few pics

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mmnorthdirections

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Nice rig !!!!!!!
And you can weld that's whey cool!!!!!
 

GnarBear57

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Sweet work. Just got a Tacoma and got the same lift. Need tires and wheels still . Nice Fab work. Wish I had those skills. Would save me some money. Lol. Thanks for the motivation, Keep it up.
 

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Really nice job on the Taco! Love that it gets out and gets used for what it's been built for.
Good stuff. Keep sharing the adventures, too.