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  1. Tuanvuyeah

    #t4rv3 1999 4runner Limited build thread

    I don’t know what happened, I was left foot braking, next thing you know....
  2. Tuanvuyeah

    #t4rv3 1999 4runner Limited build thread

    Bigger is not always better, but in this case it’s cooler. Just kidding, going under the knife to properly fit 35’s.
  3. Tuanvuyeah

    #t4rv3 1999 4runner Limited build thread

    New OEM LBJ’s and high angle cv boot rebuild
  4. Tuanvuyeah

    #t4rv3 1999 4runner Limited build thread

    One year challenge. From stock to slightly modified
  5. Tuanvuyeah

    #t4rv3 1999 4runner Limited build thread

    OME lc8 wraps since I was getting rear sag from all the weight on my toytec springs
  6. Tuanvuyeah

    #t4rv3 1999 4runner Limited build thread

    Solid so far and I definitely have been putting them through the ringer
  7. Tuanvuyeah

    #t4rv3 1999 4runner Limited build thread

    Solid day out testing the new armor/locker/5.29 gears
  8. Tuanvuyeah

    #t4rv3 1999 4runner Limited build thread

    I bent back the a/c line and contoured it around the bumper. I removed the entire hood latch lateral support brace
  9. Tuanvuyeah

    #t4rv3 1999 4runner Limited build thread

    Installed skids back on! Built by yours truly using a coastal offroad kit.
  10. Tuanvuyeah

    #t4rv3 1999 4runner Limited build thread

    Double lock’d and 5.29 geared! (Nitro) done at Mule Expedition Outfitters Then drove about 550 miles fwy/city with mixed 2wd/4wd to break in the gears and then flushed to check for metal debris, and good news there’s none!
  11. Tuanvuyeah

    #t4rv3 1999 4runner Limited build thread

    Depends on what base coating of the powder coat is used. If you sand lightly and get the slip agent off of the powder coat surface, it’s just like painting primer
  12. Tuanvuyeah

    #t4rv3 1999 4runner Limited build thread

    It can be difficult but if you knudge it side to side, you can get it back on. Try using a rubber mallet too.
  13. Tuanvuyeah

    #t4rv3 1999 4runner Limited build thread

    They could but it’s much easier for me to touch up my painted bumpers compared to touching up powder coat. Powder coat is much more durable and can take impact better than paint which is more likely to chip off. Powder coat is baked onto the metal and is more so like a plastic shell compared to...
  14. Tuanvuyeah

    #t4rv3 1999 4runner Limited build thread

    Yes I did. I had them do an epoxy based powder coat. Lightly sanded then two base coats
  15. Tuanvuyeah

    #t4rv3 1999 4runner Limited build thread

    No time wasted. Had paint pre-mixed a week ahead and paint matched them to my bronze-ish trim on my runner. Haven’t painted in forever and forgot how tricky metallic base paint can be.
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