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Thread: "ATO Expedition 1" build

  1. #11
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    Nice work.

    Cam-shaft

  2. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by fire931 View Post
    About 3 weeks from customer drop off to pick up.
    Meritorious-pat-on-the-back! It's a miracle just to get all the parts within 3 weeks let alone what you accomplished.

    Lucky customer - they better be damned happy!
    2001 Tacoma Extended Cab, 3RZ, AT, SAC, 5.29 gears, ARB FR/RR locker, and a few other mods... Build thread, Post #33
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  3. #13
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    looks very good man! canít wait to lift mine and hit you up for a rear bumper. still undecided on witch iíll get bolt on or H/C. kinda thinking H/C

  4. #14
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    Thornton, NH
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    Sweet build!

  5. #15
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    Nov 2011
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    Grand Junction, CO
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    Nice work. That rear bumper is the hotness.
    WO9N
    2012 Tacoma

    If you have time to kill, you should kill it
    - and enjoy the hell out of it -
    Because time is definitely killing you.

  6. #16
    X2 on the dual battery set-up. That's on the short list for my 2012 DC.

    Nice looking build.

  7. #17
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    Apr 2012
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    I see the rack is going to be covered with canvas - i assume it to be more like a softopper look? How does the rack connect? Bolt or via the rail system?

  8. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wicked 2007 View Post
    I see the rack is going to be covered with canvas - i assume it to be more like a softopper look? How does the rack connect? Bolt or via the rail system?
    Yes he's having a custom canvas cover made for the rack which will have roll up sides and back flap. Very similar to the soft topper idea except it will fit tight to the rack. The rack itself bolts down using the track system inside the bed rails, no drilling required.

  9. #19
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    Jun 2010
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    Some interior pics:














  10. #20
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    And some exterior:


























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