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Bumper goes right over the factory mounts in the frame and bolts right up. This one I painted before mounting, it comes bare metal.
Looks good, how much trimming are you gonna need to do?
The tires on it now are just rollers. not enough tread there that I would actually run them. Those are worn down 39.5" tires,
Good they are just rollers, i wanted to point out you had two on backwards. And fyi, low tread 39.5” iroks do amazingly well in snow.
Nice work, now if I could only talk the wife into letting me do this to her 4runner.
pic of engine in (as promised)
TRevv, I understand that bumper was the prototype, any movement on the Taco bumper? I read the email newsletter that said within 4 months.
Well a lack of judgement on my part may have set me back a little. I didnt think about how long that fuel had been in that tank (no telling how long it was there before I got it). Started it and may have instantly ruined 3 of my 6 freshly rebuilt injectors. Doh.
I heard the gas was 37% jello
If that is where your front axle is sitting and you are going to run 35's or bigger you are going to need more then fender trimming, you are also going to need to tub the back of the wheel well!!
Shoot how old was the gas, do you really think it could ruin the injectors after a short run?
By any chance did you weigh a wheel/tire combo.