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  1. Spinedoc44

    Long Travel AHC

    Is this with any spacers installed on the stock coil? Or is this ONLY with the new lower mount.
  2. Spinedoc44

    Long Travel AHC

    Yes! Coming from the Tundra world I was aware of this point but thank you for the clarification. To summarize: The above spacer can be installed without disassembly of the coilover but does require the AHC line to be rerouted. If one desires they can also remove the OEM sway bar without having...
  3. Spinedoc44

    Long Travel AHC

    See that’s where I’m confused. @Killacaviar said on page 3 he used a tundra spacer of 30 mm (which the one I linked is obviously more than that). I’m just curious what he used to not have to disassemble the coil over.
  4. Spinedoc44

    Long Travel AHC

    I’m just being a nuisance at this point but would this spacer work for the front...
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    Long Travel AHC

    Awesome man, thanks.
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    Long Travel AHC

    @Killacaviar Do you have a picture or description on how you mounted your rear shock higher on the axle? I know the factory mount is a bolt sleeved inside a tube and I would like to replicate that than rely on only a bolt for the rear lower shock mount. Also, do mind linking the front Tundra...
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    Tube rear bumper + Viper Cut + TKO Fabrication Sliders on Gen 1 LX570

    If I remember right once you start to take the step off it separates on its own along the lower sill. You just have to cut at the front and the back of the step
  8. Spinedoc44

    Tube rear bumper + Viper Cut + TKO Fabrication Sliders on Gen 1 LX570

    No no drilling. I did it with no help in about 4 hours
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    Tube rear bumper + Viper Cut + TKO Fabrication Sliders on Gen 1 LX570

    Sorry I do not. None were included. Basically you unbolt the factory protection bars around the AHC components then bolt the TKO sliders to those holes.
  10. Spinedoc44

    New here from KS

    No worries. I’m not going anywhere lol.
  11. Spinedoc44

    New here from KS

    I’m in Fort Scott. 1 hour south of Overland Park. We should meet up to go wheeling soon.
  12. Spinedoc44

    New here from KS

    Where in Kansas?
  13. Spinedoc44

    SQOD Squad - Stupid Question Of the Day

    Really appreciate the information and help!
  14. Spinedoc44

    SQOD Squad - Stupid Question Of the Day

    Yes to all the above to a tee. Upgraded to a 35x12.50r17...in no way do I think it seems cumbersome and its not a heavy build in any way (no drawers, roof rack, bumpers, etc)
  15. Spinedoc44

    SQOD Squad - Stupid Question Of the Day

    So does the combination of ECT + S5 replace the need to spend a few grand on new gears? I realize everyone's answer is different based on what their goals for the individual rig are. I am simply asking if one could come close with what I have listed instead of opening up the diffs.
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    SQOD Squad - Stupid Question Of the Day

    Ok...I'm up. Can someone explain to me the differences in physically regearing the diffs vs just driving around with ECT on and the tranny in S5? I am sure it is a simple explanation but in my head I just can't wrap my head around it.
  17. Spinedoc44

    DIY Tundra Brakes (BBK)

    You may have mentioned this already but where did you buy these parts from?
  18. Spinedoc44

    Yup. Fat Amy gets a body lift.

    @nwfl4runner What roof platform do you have?
  19. Spinedoc44

    SOLD (4) TRD Rock Warrior wheels w/ 285/70r17 BFG KO2

    I just picked up a Sequoia for my wife and she wants to go down to stock wheels/tires. They just made a trip from Portland to Reno with no issues whatsoever. Two of the tires look near new while the other two have maybe 30% tread left. They are load range C. The wheels come with center caps, as...
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    Tube rear bumper + Viper Cut + TKO Fabrication Sliders on Gen 1 LX570

    https://www.coastaloffroad.com/product-page/2nd-gen-tundra-high-clearance-front-bumper-kit/ I bet this could be made to work. Would be a fun project and I love the simple lines compared with other 200 series bumper options.
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