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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-10-2017, 09:45 PM Thread Starter
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Complete Transformation

Sure has come a long ways !!! But she's gone now, Here is one last video of her transformation over the past 2 years !!!!




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Thanks for the complements on the truck, I sold the truck for $16,000 and I had about $22,000 into the truck, So yeah I lost a pretty good amount of money but I do not regret it because I have learned a lot over the past 2.5 years of owning the truck.. Yeah it sucks thinking about all the money I lost but I did learn a lot, After all this was my first truck. Next time I think I'll probably just stick to lift kit, Tires and wheels, No aftermarket bumpers and all of that crazy expensive stuff... Also will be getting a 4x4 since the re-sell value will be much better once lifted, Only took 3 days to sell the truck so it was a quick sell !!! Sure does turn a lot of heads that's for sure !!! The truck is in absolutely perfect condition inside and out. I actually just came across a good deal on a 2010 Toyota Tacoma TRD off-road package 4x4 that I may get, It looks to be in absolute great condition, I'll let y'all know if I get it or not, I'm not strictly a one brand guy, I'll drive a Chevy, Ford, Toyota or what ever, As long as it looks and drives good.

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. I actually just came across a good deal on a 2010 Toyota Tacoma TRD off-road package 4x4 that I may get, It looks to be in absolute great condition, I'll let y'all know if I get it or not, I'm not strictly a one brand guy, I'll drive a Chevy, Ford, Toyota or what ever, As long as it looks and drives good.
Nice Truck!
You always lose money on vehicles that you heavily modify. Been there done that myself several times..... The 'fun' that you had is well worth the loss.

As for the Tacoma - I would HIGHLY recommend you have a Toyota dealer inspect the frame before you buy it. There's a long history of Tacomas and the frames rusting from the inside out. You CAN NOT see it from the outside.
There's been many frame rust 'warranties' in place for the 2005-2008 trucks (my frame was replaced). I think the last 'warranty' expired in March and I don't think the 2010's were included as part of that. Cover your ass - just in case. Get the truck inspected..... because you could have issues later on. Make sure that frame is good.
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Got a 2010 Toyota Tacoma TRD Off-Road edition 4x4, Most likely going to do a 6" suspension lift kit with 35s and 22s.. And a 2015 face lift / swap.. And it was the 1996 - 2004 1st generation Tacoma's that had the weak spots in the frame, But it sounds like your talking about something else, Thanks for the heads up though !! I am in love with the quality of the materials in this truck !! Lot better quality that what my GMC Canyon had thats for sure.. Here is a link to steel frame plates made to fix the weak spots in the frame on the 1st generation

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