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I know where that is, you work off Ralston. <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0"> <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">
 

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Originally posted by CJ:
<STRONG>I know where that is, you work off Ralston. <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0"> <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0"></STRONG>
Uh oh. How'd you know that? Yeah, there aren't too many parking lots better for flexing than that one. You work around Belmont or something? Should stop by sometime this week (my last week there) and get some dual flexin shots on the hill!
 

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Originally posted by Pavement pounder83:
<STRONG>hey i like that bumper can u take a few snaps of that and e mail it to me.

Drew</STRONG>
These pictures are like 800k a piece because I never resized them. But you should be able to see a bit more of the bumper. Also checkout the www.bentup.com website. That's the dude that did the fabrication for the SAS and made my front and rear bumpers and sliders. So he has a few more pictures on his website for it.

The bumper basically mounts in 4 places to the spring hangar. The hangar was drilled and tapped with 4 holes before it was welded up during the swap. Then brackets were welded up to the bumper that lined up with the hangar. You get the idea.
http://www.norcalttora.com/projects/bob_sas/New%20Tires%20and%20Bumper/
 

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That is a shweet setup. Now all it needs is some scratches.
Who's front bumber is that. Very custom!
 

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WTF...Where is the rest of the front axle????
Okay, how do you measure the front pinion angle without a front pinion!!!!!!

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The front bumper was made by AJ at bentup.com. He does good work. Most of his stuff is for Toyota but he'll make anything you want.

It's jesse's new invis-dable (invisible) driveline. Weighs nothing, costs nothing, and works as if nothing was there! haha. No, I just haven't regeared yet and there's no sense in putting the axle back together if I'm just going to take it back apart to get regeared.

No front shaft yet because I want to let those springs settle a bit. Everyone else gets about 2" of sag out of them but I want to wait and see what I get a few weeks from now.
 

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Very sweet taco!

I've been impressed with all the tacoma's I've seen offroad. I have some pictures of a white one w/ a solid axle, atlas II, and exo-cage. I'll post em tomorrow if you'd like.

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That's frankentaco (something the skank puppet on here) out in Texas. I've seen lots of pics of his truck.
 

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Originally posted by GroceryZJ:
<STRONG>Frankentaco? lol that's awesome.

I wasn't sure if he was a member or not.

Cody</STRONG>
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Go to: www.frankentaco.com
There is shitloads of info there.
later,
 
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