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Moby Dick

Discussion in '2nd Gen Builds (2007-2013)' started by TexasTundra27, Feb 12, 2018.

  1. Feb 12, 2018 at 3:26 AM
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    TexasTundra27

    TexasTundra27 [OP] Moby Dick

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    Im gonna skip the boring stuff, but I bought my 2011 5.7 4x4 CM SR5 in Nov 2013. I started off with just a simple leveling kit and BAmuffler budget system. Over the next 2 years I went thru a couple of sets of wheels until I settled on some XD 17s, did the BHLM and the SABM. During that time I started getting interested with off-roading, so I found some freshly rebuilt Icons (stage 1) for $1000 on CL so I scooped those up, some Total Chaos UCAs and Coachbuilder shims in the front and +2 shackles in the back and decided to give it a go. I found a group of guys heading out to a off-road park outside of Austin and quickly decided it was time to see what 6k lbs can do on the rocks. That weekend was one of the greatest I have had, and it quickly went from a interest to an obsession! About a month after the first trip I installed a Auburn Pro LSD, what a difference that made! The next trip a few months later the truck was a whole new animal, lot less rocks were stacked and didn’t have to be quite as careful picking my lines. But that also brought on a lot of confidence that got me into a little trouble... I limped my truck home and started making a long list, living in a Texas means that the Lonestar Toyota Jamboree is a must. I started off by ordering Total Chaos Cam tab gussets, and Demello hybrid sliders. I also had been lucky for my previous birthday and had some Doug Thorley long tubes sitting in the garage, and since the Cam tab gussets required most of the suspension being off it was the perfect time to install them. After tons of research and YouTube I decided to go with a single pair of cats followed by a xpipe and a pair of Magnaflow 10436 race mufflers dumped before the axle. Ole truck sounded like a 6000 lb race car after that, really woke it up and even got better gas mileage! The month before Jambo I finally found something I had been looking for, a camper shell for cheap which created a new problem... saggy old leaf springs with 150k miles on them. My next decision is one I regret, I settled... in a attempt to save money I ignored the not so great reviews and bought the Icon expansion leaf pack. They give a little lift, but because they’re softer and keep the stupid overload I was basically in the exact same situation that I was in with the stock springs except I paid $280 to stay in it.... oh well, live and learn. My next springs will be the right ones.
    That was the finished product while at Jambo, truck did great and impressed a ton of people that said it was too big to fit on the trails or so any good. I even ended up winning the little “race” they put on although I’m not quite sure I came out on top... That hard hit sheared my upper radiator mounts from the core support and finished off my LBJs and it sure as hell didn’t do my shocks any good either. Fast forward to last November, I rebuilt my front end, my front Icons and added 700lb Eibach springs and upgraded to Icon 2.5 shocks in the rear.
    As she sits now:
    Icon stage 3
    Total Chaos UCAs and Cam tab gussets
    Coachbuilder strut shims and +2 shackles with the bushing kit
    Demello hybrid sliders
    Rago Fabrication ditch light brackets with OZ USA 20w pods and bed stiffeners ( ragofabrication.com)
    ARE camper shell
    Auburn Pro LSD
    BHLM and SABM
    CB radio
    Hyper tech speedo calibrator
    Doug Thorley long tubes
    Magnaflow 10436 mufflers and xpipe
    XD Crank 17x9 0 offset and 35/12.5/17 General Grabber X3s
     
  2. Feb 12, 2018 at 3:35 AM
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    Prostar 190

    Prostar 190 WHITE is the SLOWEST color!!!

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  3. Feb 12, 2018 at 3:38 AM
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    rons23

    rons23 Get The Led Out!!!

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    Nice build Mark. How do you like the SABM? That was one of my first mods, and worth the money vs shelling out 400 or more for a useless CAI. Tundra looks awesome. Welcome from OBX :thumbsup:
     
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  4. Feb 12, 2018 at 4:26 AM
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    Casper3

    Casper3 Slow down, let the MGM's catch up.

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    Nice rig!:thumbsup:
     
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  5. Feb 12, 2018 at 4:46 AM
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    ColoradoTJ

    ColoradoTJ #WAISTBAND

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    Welcome from Colorado.

    Great build.
     
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  6. Feb 12, 2018 at 4:54 AM
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    TexasTundra27

    TexasTundra27 [OP] Moby Dick

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    Icon stage 3, TC UCAs and Cam tab gussets, Auburn LSD, Coachbuilder +2s and shims, SABM, BHLM, Rago fab ditch light brackets and bed stiffeners, Demello sliders, ARE camper, 17x9 XDs and 35/12.5/17 General Grabber X3s, DT long tubes, xpipe with dual magnaflow 10436 mufflers.
    I’ve really liked it so far, it’s been about 3yrs since I’ve done it with zero issues. I paired it with a AFE Pro dry s drop in filter and removed the charcoal filter when I did it. When I had lighter 35s I could easily get 16mpg Highway even loaded down, but now with the generals (79lbs each) I’m back down to 13ish.
     
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  7. Feb 12, 2018 at 5:04 AM
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    SR5TRDTUNDRA

    SR5TRDTUNDRA El Pickup Azul

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    Awesome!!! :thumbsup:
     
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  8. Feb 12, 2018 at 5:20 AM
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    rons23

    rons23 Get The Led Out!!!

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    Sabm (Gtek-Fab), Blake Carbon Diamond Plate door sil protecters, and Air Dam mod, Black Rivited Grill, Devil Horns- Black Anodized(Diaz Fabrication), Hid's in Low Beams and Fogs -6000k, Piaa Extreme for High Beams. Black Rhino Step Tubes, Razir Led interior Lights (white), Low Profile Black Diamond Plate Tool Box, Trd accesories, Weather Tech Mats, Carbon Fiber Shorty Antenna, Drl's, Plasta Dipped Badges + Front Grill Surround
    Haha, did the same swap.
     
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  9. Feb 12, 2018 at 7:37 AM
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    COMiamiFan

    COMiamiFan Now you know something

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    Nice! Looks like kiddos are lovin' it too which is a +
     
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  10. Feb 12, 2018 at 10:45 AM
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    BlueBottle

    BlueBottle not a PRO

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    nice story and nice read =D thanks for sharing.
     
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  11. Feb 12, 2018 at 1:46 PM
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    ARamirez73

    ARamirez73 RIDIN' THEM RAILS TO ANYWHERE

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    BA Rig!
     
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  12. Feb 13, 2018 at 9:25 AM
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    zcarpenter92

    zcarpenter92 Yotas, Coronas and 'Merica

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    One hell of a good looking ride man! I’ve come around on the leaf springs, was thinking about the ICON expansion pack for awhile but settled on shackles for the time being. When the time comes and I’ve added more stuff I’ll likely go with a Deaver or custom pack.
     
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  13. Feb 13, 2018 at 12:43 PM
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    TexasTundra27

    TexasTundra27 [OP] Moby Dick

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    The new Icon RXT pack has caught my attention recently. It’s a progressive pack without a overload, but it comes with one or 2 extra leafs so you can keep it soft or add some weight carrying capability to it. I found it for under $800 on sdhqoffroad.com.
     
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  14. Feb 16, 2018 at 3:11 PM
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    zcarpenter92

    zcarpenter92 Yotas, Coronas and 'Merica

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    Not sure how on the valving on my BOSS shocks and Radflo coilovers, but would a progressive leaf pack need to be paired with shocks that have progressive valving? Or does it matter?

    EDIT: After looking it up online, I realized that I asked a dumb question lol.
     
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  15. Feb 17, 2018 at 5:03 PM
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    TexasTundra27

    TexasTundra27 [OP] Moby Dick

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    I’m not a expert to be honest, but to take advantage of the extended travel of the leafs you would be better off with new shocks also.
     
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  16. Feb 23, 2018 at 1:07 AM
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    TexasTundra27

    TexasTundra27 [OP] Moby Dick

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    Icon stage 3, TC UCAs and Cam tab gussets, Auburn LSD, Coachbuilder +2s and shims, SABM, BHLM, Rago fab ditch light brackets and bed stiffeners, Demello sliders, ARE camper, 17x9 XDs and 35/12.5/17 General Grabber X3s, DT long tubes, xpipe with dual magnaflow 10436 mufflers.
    I went thru some of the pics on my phone and wanted to add some of the DIY stuff I’ve done to my truck to this thread.
    For starters I did the typical SABM (stock air box mod) and the BHLM (black head light mod) which I think most Tundra owners are aware of and there are more than enough how to’s on them but I recommend both.
    Once I started getting into the off-roading more and getting back into camping after a 6yr hiatus I wanted some more tie down options for my bed. I didn’t want to drop the nearly $200 for the Toyota bed rails just to be stuck with those stupid tie down things they come with. I scooped up some cheap thin unistrut from Home Depot (2 10’ sticks) and bolted it to the bedsides using the same mounting points as the OEM rails using 6mm bolts. Not pictured are the eye bolts I got and screwed into cone nuts to have adjustable tie down points where ever I need them, I have a combination of 1/4” and 3/8”. When I added my camper shell I was able to bolt the clamps to the uni strut also.

    When I added the camper shell it created a new problem for me.... the camper wouldn’t latch on the driver side unless I ran a ratchet strap across the bed to suck it together at the tailgate. So I got in contact with @ragofabrication and they were more than willing to make up some bed stiffeners. Once I got them bolted in I didn’t have anymore issues with the camper not wanting to latch properly. Highly recommend their products, great people and fantastic to work with.

    Some of the smaller hidden mods I’ve done are the @sdhq_offroad ABS sensor guards. Those are worth every penny and are extremely well made, they’re also great to work with and Joey is extremely knowledgeable and helpful. I also have the Total Chaos Cam tab gussets, like I mentioned before I bent 2 of them while I was at Hidden Falls Adventure Park on a tougher obstacle having a tough time making it up. Then my buddy yelled out that he had a winch and could pull me up and over, well I don’t do well with peer pressure and told him I had 381 reasons why his winch was getting hooked to my truck and gunned it , climbed over the rock and at full lock hit another rock. I heard the cams give way, jumped out and looked and sure as shit they were bent. Oh well, welding the Cam tab gussets was very nerve racking since I’m not the greatest welder and I was having to weld them to my daily, but I managed and haven’t had any issues since. Next up was my fix for my upper radiator mounts from the 2017 Jambo, when I made that small jump and bottomed out it sheared the bolts out of the core support. Honestly Toyota should be ashamed for using such a thin metal to mount the radiator to, so I got some 1/8” aluminum plate and cut these little plates out and got a longer bolt all the way thru and she’s solid again thankfully without damaging anything else. Last but not least is my very basic Uniden Pro505xl CB radio, it’s nothing special but keeps me in contact with my friends on the trails.

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  17. Feb 23, 2018 at 2:46 AM
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    SouthBoundSteve Rowdy Ron WANTS his Maple Syrup...NOW!

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  18. Feb 23, 2018 at 2:59 AM
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    TexasTundra27 [OP] Moby Dick

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    Thanks bud, I’ve always been a sucker for a white truck :dancingbacon:
     
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    Badass, you got a nice truck!
     
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  20. Feb 23, 2018 at 10:01 PM
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    awesome rig
     
  21. Feb 24, 2018 at 12:13 AM
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    TexasTundra27

    TexasTundra27 [OP] Moby Dick

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    Thanks fellas!
     
  22. Mar 14, 2018 at 6:39 PM
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    2ndgenny

    2ndgenny Slowest build ever.

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    Arb bumper/2” rigid led fogs. Pocket fender flares. Debadged. Smoked tailights/3rdbrake. Magnaflow catback.
    Nice rig dude. Some noob tundra owners are not aware of the stock air box lid mod???:threadjacked:
     
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  23. Mar 14, 2018 at 7:37 PM
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    TexasTundra27

    TexasTundra27 [OP] Moby Dick

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    The stock air box mod is where you drill a second 3” hole from your stock air box into the fender and then use a upgraded drop in air filter for a more efficient cold air intake for about $80. The stock intake already pulls from the fender just like a true cold air intake does, but instead of dropping $400 I spent $80 and used a AFE pro dry s drop in filter and a 3” intake coupling and 2 3” intake flanges. Very easy to do and worth the small cost. I didn’t notice a big difference, but it definitely isn’t hurting anything being there.

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  24. Mar 14, 2018 at 9:46 PM
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    2ndgenny

    2ndgenny Slowest build ever.

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    Awesome thanks I’ll be trying this out for sure!
     
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  25. Mar 14, 2018 at 10:32 PM
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    TexasTundra27

    TexasTundra27 [OP] Moby Dick

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    I can’t recommend the AFE dry filter enough, I live down a dirt road and bomb down them constantly along with the dusty environments that I tend to wheel in and the intake tube past the filter is spotless, worth every penny.
     
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  26. Mar 15, 2018 at 5:47 AM
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    2ndgenny

    2ndgenny Slowest build ever.

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    Arb bumper/2” rigid led fogs. Pocket fender flares. Debadged. Smoked tailights/3rdbrake. Magnaflow catback.
    Nice thanks I was wondering about rose as well. I’ll look into one :thumbsup:
     
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