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2001 sr5, the grey whale

Discussion in '1Gen Sequoia Build Threads' started by cddallara, Jan 15, 2017.

  1. cddallara

    cddallara Member

    image.jpg Painted the side trim pieces.
     
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  2. cddallara

    cddallara Member

    I was finally able to take possession of my bumper.
    A Work in progress: image.jpg
     
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  3. cddallara

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  4. Jim Smola

    Jim Smola Administrator Staff Member Founding Member

    That approach angle though.
     
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  5. cddallara

    cddallara Member

    image.jpg
     
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  6. Jim Smola

    Jim Smola Administrator Staff Member Founding Member

    Funny I always thought our stock bumper had a pretty good approach angle but I was clearly dalusional. This is awesome!
     
  7. cddallara

    cddallara Member

    My buddy was saying 'it's like a 10" lift' lol.
     
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  8. magcargo005

    magcargo005 New Member

    It looks really great!
     
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  10. cddallara

    cddallara Member

    image.jpg image.jpg Makes a decent tow rig. There was so much stuff packed in the back of my wagon that it got a bit sketchy on the freeway with swaying. So I stuck to side roads.
     
  11. cddallara

    cddallara Member

    image.jpg image.jpg I took a deposit on the above wagon, so it looks like a winch may finally stuff the front bumper.
    Going to try and swing a rear bumper as well.

    Also looking at what I have to do to fit 295/75/16s...
     
  12. fowldarr

    fowldarr New Member

    Most legit automotive paint shops can color match and put it in a rattle can. Find a reputable shop, take the sequoia to the shop, they will use a special camera to take a picture of the paint near the area you are matching and the computer does the rest. Much better solution than ordering online.
     

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