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Lanlubber

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Just finished installing my Goose Gear rear seat delete for my 2nd Gen Tacoma Trd. So newly released that there was a slight delay in making it and no instructions to go with it. Great product and gave me tons more cargo space. View attachment 99093View attachment 99094
Very nice, well organized', Is that unit made specifically for your vehicle brand or is a custom unit ?
 
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Very nice, well organized', Is that unit made specifically for your vehicle brand or is a custom unit ?
Thank you. Specifically made for 2nd and 3rd gen Tacoma. When I got the section behind the driver side, the passenger side was still in R&D even though it was on the site for sale. I knew I wanted to do this when I got my truck but there was nothing on the market. Those covers go into the storage areas and are lockable. And has a special waterproof coating that has texture and wipes off clean. I fully insulated the back wall then installed.
 

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Thank you. Specifically made for 2nd and 3rd gen Tacoma. When I got the section behind the driver side, the passenger side was still in R&D even though it was on the site for sale. I knew I wanted to do this when I got my truck but there was nothing on the market. Those covers go into the storage areas and are lockable. And has a special waterproof coating that has texture and wipes off clean. I fully insulated the back wall then installed.
It looks like it will stand the course of time and wear. Very clean looking installation. I wish my LRD2 back seats would fold down like your 's do. I would have to completely remove them to get that amount of space. I had hoped to build a bed in the back of my LRD2 but after measuring it I found it too short for a bed and I am only 5'-10" max. So I guess I will have to go with the tent when I'm way out there in the boonies and I have only myself to satisfy. Other wise I have the Scamp but I wouldn't try to drag it to some of the places I will go. do you have a RTT or do you have a tent or other means to sleeping ?
 
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It looks like it will stand the course of time and wear. Very clean looking installation. I wish my LRD2 back seats would fold down like your 's do. I would have to completely remove them to get that amount of space. I had hoped to build a bed in the back of my LRD2 but after measuring it I found it too short for a bed and I am only 5'-10" max. So I guess I will have to go with the tent when I'm way out there in the boonies and I have only myself to satisfy. Other wise I have the Scamp but I wouldn't try to drag it to some of the places I will go. do you have a RTT or do you have a tent or other means to sleeping ?
Tent with annex room. IMG952737.jpg
 

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Just finished installing my Goose Gear rear seat delete for my 2nd Gen Tacoma Trd. So newly released that there was a slight delay in making it and no instructions to go with it. Great product and gave me tons more cargo space. View attachment 99093View attachment 99094
Do they offer a partial delete set up? One side or the other?

Looks great by the way!!
 
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Some small “cosmetic” upgrades for a better stance, a more aggressive look and better organization.

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Dynofit 1.5” wheel spacers

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AVS window shade/trim

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A Cosmos mini clock for when my nav tablet blocks my OEM clock

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A fuse box for some cord management

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A lock box mounted inside my storage drawer for my G43x

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And a trickle solar charger for when my camping days are long and the party nights are longer.
 
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Some small “cosmetic” upgrades for a better stance, a more aggressive look and better organization.

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Dynofit 1.5” wheel spacers

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AVS window shade/trim

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A Cosmos mini clock for when my nav tablet blocks my OEM clock

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A fuse box for some cord management

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A lock box mounted inside my storage drawer for my G43x

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And a trickle solar charger for when my camping days are long and the party nights are longer.
I'm not up on the electronics yet but I want spacers for my wheels. How did you determine how thick they should be. I would think 1" would be significant but I guess you may have bigger tires than my 33" and probably more lift as well. I don't want my hand gun locked away anywhere, I want instant access. I realize you may be from an anti-gun state that may have laws about locking them down. In my state I can open carry , conceal in my car if I want or openly carry in my car. I wouldn't have it any other way. Solar charger is good idea if you have a bunch of electronic which I don't. Still a good idea though. Window shade good idea too but they generally don't last too long from my experience.
 

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I'm not up on the electronics yet but I want spacers for my wheels. How did you determine how thick they should be. I would think 1" would be significant but I guess you may have bigger tires than my 33" and probably more lift as well. I don't want my hand gun locked away anywhere, I want instant access. I realize you may be from an anti-gun state that may have laws about locking them down. In my state I can open carry , conceal in my car if I want or openly carry in my car. I wouldn't have it any other way. Solar charger is good idea if you have a bunch of electronic which I don't. Still a good idea though. Window shade good idea too but they generally don't last too long from my experience.
Thanks for the detailed response ;). I’m still running stock wheels (20” on my Limited) but I have a Daystar spacer lift (2”F, 1.5”R) and some larger 275/55/20 AT tires. The spacers made up for the difference and are a temporary solution until I can pony up $2k for new 17” rims and larger K02s. I think the stance is great now...
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As for my handgun, I don’t have a conceal carry permit yet but even though I live in Ohio, I don’t want it out and about yet due to my 4 kiddos always in tow. They’re a bit too young to understand just yet and I’d rather be safe than sorry right now.

Still working on the solar solution for electronics, lights, etc. But this was a cheap entry into the idea. We’ll see how it goes.
 
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Thanks for the detailed response ;). I’m still running stock wheels (20” on my Limited) but I have a Daystar spacer lift (2”F, 1.5”R) and some larger 275/55/20 AT tires. The spacers made up for the difference and are a temporary solution until I can pony up $2k for new 17” rims and larger K02s. I think the stance is great now...
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As for my handgun, I don’t have a conceal carry permit yet but even though I live in Ohio, I don’t want it out and about yet due to my 4 kiddos always in tow. They’re a bit too young to understand just yet and I’d rather be safe than sorry right now.

Still working on the solar solution for electronics, lights, etc. But this was a cheap entry into the idea. We’ll see how it goes.
The rig looks good, tires don't stick out too far but enough to know it's something special. Cant wait to get my lift on and definitely have 1" spacers for my stock 16" wheels.
 

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Adding on items, plus getting ready for my kids and mine 3 nighter in the Upper Peninsula in a couple weeks.

- Collapsible wash tub
- Perfect Campfire Grill
- Front Runner Camp Kitchen Utensil Set
- GSI Stainless set
- 2 Plano 108qt Trucks
- Thermacell Radius
- Miscellaneous small usb charging stuff so the 3 of us are covered and I can charge other stuff

For camping and when my niece is visiting (something to do for fun)
- Rome Pie Iron

Haven't decided on yet for the UP trip (plus usable on other trips). This months CC bill is getting pretty steep already.
- Clam easy up gazebo

Probably later this weekend........haven't pulled the trigger yet.
- Tepui Explorer Kukenam 3 (THANKS TO REI Sale)
 
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Just installed a Ram Mount holder for my iPhone in the Rubi today. Finally got tired of the phone rolling all over. Time will tell if I enjoy it. :grinning:
 

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Woeeeeeeeee, way to rich for my blood but it is a very nice tent for a family. I'll have to stick with the Gazelle G5 or something in that price range.
Yeah, it wasn't cheap. But, still half the price of a RTT, and I don't have to carry it around all the time, as my rig is also my daily driver. Figured this should be the last tent we'll ever need.