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Old 09-27-2010, 11:19 AM   #41  
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Old 11-05-2010, 11:48 AM   #42  
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what brand are the spacers?

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Nice 4Runner! I have a '99 Ltd, trying to keep it mostly stock (in appearance, anyway), but we'll see =) I just bought an XRC8 winch, and I'm going to try to make some kind of hidden winch mount. I need to post some pix somewhere.

My question: what brand are those spacers? Thanks!
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Old 11-05-2010, 05:18 PM   #43  
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based off what i saw when i was messing with my front bumper and its gonna be damned near impossible to put that winch in with the stock bumper.... id suggest either tube bumper by Addicted Offroad (he now makes one for the 3rd gen) or if your looking for a plate bumper I def suggest a perkins performance bumper or an ARB... Jason Perkins is a genius and knows how to make a real nice bumper.
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thanks

OK thanks for the info. I might need those spacers when I mount my Sequoia/Tundra wheels.

I'm going to try to fit the winch and see how it goes. I agree that it probably won't fit, but I like the idea, especially when you consider the weight of an ARB is around 80 lbs.
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Old 11-14-2010, 08:48 PM   #46  
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Lookin good on the swingout, I'm starting to think about looking into getting one. Last wheeling trip at Evans, my spare which was up on my roof rack got too top-heavy and ended up sliding off my truck, with my rack. It was a huge pain to get all that back together being on the wet rocks while it was raining and such. Ended up losing one of the rack-to-rail pieces too, so even if I wanted my spare back up there, it wouldn't hold it without a new one. I'm sure Perkins would fab me up an add-on to my current bumper if I end up going with that decision!
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I'll be back in the Seattle area (maple valley) over winter break from school - we should all try and get a wheel trip in after I get my ARB done...
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Old 11-15-2010, 07:15 PM   #48  
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I joined WATTORA so that I can start getting trips put together. The dude i wheeled with just PCS'ed to Ft. Campbell/101st Airborne so now Im back to a solo-wheeler (not the smartest idea). 1. Cody, when I worked with Jason I actually asked him about you and your truck because I actually got the information about Perkins from you. I brought my KMA swingout to Jason and asked him to fix it. He definately hooked it up. so he'll definately work with your current set-up (you'll have to verify) 2. Ride, I'm always down to wheel, don't knwo where maple valley is but i'm sure we can work something out.

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Maple Valley is just outside of Renton, so just north of you really. I'm very tempted to get a Perkin's rear bumper one of these days, but over break my plan is to hit up Randy's R&P for the ARB install over the holidays.
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I love that rear tire carrier... the bumper itself looks close to stock, which I like..awesome build.
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Old 04-11-2011, 09:18 PM   #52  
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it'll be a while before I chop anything. I almost hydrolocked my engine last week so my immediate concern is a snorkel, then I'll actually install gears/ and the e-locker. Then I'll tub the firewall and throw some 35s on. Here are some newer pictures

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Coming back from Crystal... when I was still rockin' the Anthracites...

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last day of the Crystal Mtn. Season...

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first day of the season at Mt. Baker
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nice ride man..

Hey bro Nice ride man. I have seen you around town a couple of times but haven't really got to get a good look at your rig until now. Nice man. We gotta get together soon to tahuya or somewhere. A few guys from t4r.org wanna go to so hit me up man. What unit you with and whats your mos?
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tahuya? haha i don't like that place, too easy.... you been to evans creek or elbe hills? those places are the best
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tahuya? haha i don't like that place, too easy.... you been to evans creek or elbe hills? those places are the best
I havent been to either of those.. But the reason I was saying tahuya because there are some guys that have stock trucks that want to go with us. You can play in the rock garden out there at tahuya if you want. I can guide you through. lol
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when i get back we should go out, i'll hit you up
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good looking truck, boards Always make the truck look better. good progress, from last I seen it!
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Old 07-19-2011, 06:30 PM   #60  
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back in february my boy was moving from GA to AK and stopped by for a little bit en route. we just goofed around at the local kids play ground, nothing fancy.

the entrance to the spot

a little bit down the trail

me crossing through the "mud puddle"

then brian crossed... and well haha

then I pulled a full size chevy on 35's out to do a photo op at the bond

close up

and brian

a little adventure then wrong turn

and so...

had to use brian as an anchor to winch myself out

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