OldmanTan Sequoia

steadichris

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How long did it take to get in touch and get the bumpers from BFF. I can't seem to get an email or call back from them.
 

OldManTan

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How long did it take to get in touch and get the bumpers from BFF. I can't seem to get an email or call back from them.
Never had any trouble getting in touch with him until after the parts all arrived. Had a question about the gas can lock and could never get a response. Ended up “winging it” but plan to make a better design to keep them from rattling on the trails.
 

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A few small updates. Got the rock sliders finally on and coated (also recoated the front bumper using the full on Raptor Liner kit). Sold off the 23 Zero tent and got a year old James Baroud Grand Raid with awning. And have finally finished rebuilding my wheels, fitting the 315/75 R16 KM3s, and finished the 04+ front spindle/ball joint setup along with new bump stops, camburg UCAs etc... Also found out I have a factory LSD fitted to the truck (happy surprise I didn’t know was offered), and have a TON of cutting to do to the firewall to fit the tires properly. Merry Christmas to myself and everyone fitting big ass tires. Afterward it’s time for a regear.
 

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WHFrms18

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How are the 35’s treating you? Side note- How did you like the 23zero tent? Been eyeing one up for our upcoming trip to AK from Missouri this summer.
 

OldManTan

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The 35s are a bit troublesome. My Fox struts are another month out (5-6 months since I ordered) and I’m having to modify the firewall a good bit more.

The 23Zero tent is great, unless you’re heavily lifted as it makes it more tedious to set up and take down. We actually just sold it and got a James Baroud Grand Raid so I can setup camp in 20 seconds and pack it in 35.
 

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This truck is giving me some hope. In the market for a sequoia, coming from a clapped out 3rd gen 4runner, and i can mostly only find the tan versions in the 05-07.
 

OldManTan

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This truck is giving me some hope. In the market for a sequoia, coming from a clapped out 3rd gen 4runner, and i can mostly only find the tan versions in the 05-07.
I haven’t been updating much, but the tan isn’t bad at all. Good at hiding a lot of the mud and dirt.

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Fox struts go in tonight, and she goes into the shop for a regear to 4.88 gears and an ARB rear locker mid March for our Moab trip in April.
 
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I have a variation of a "silver" Pacifica which is every bit tan in most lights and rarely silver. I love that for a daily it hides the dust and dirt. I have mostly had Black vehicles and I dont care to have another as you cant hide the smallest imperfection. Being a JDM and wheel guy, I appreciate the detail put into your wheel selection. Whether it be a sequoia or GX470, ill be taking the 5th gen 4runner wheels off of my dilapidated 4runner and installing.


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