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Overland_NC 2007 - Family Wagon Build

Discussion in '1Gen Sequoia Build Threads' started by ctfriel, Aug 5, 2017.

  1. ctfriel

    ctfriel New Member

    IMG_8445.JPG I guess it's out with the old and in with the new... or something like that.

    I just picked up this '07 Limited today and will start to build it pretty aggressively over the next few months.

    Ended up selling the '17 Tacoma to build something larger to haul the family in comfort.

    I'll update as planning starts and parts get ordered.

    If you want, you can also follow along on Instagram @ Overland_NC

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    Last edited: Aug 5, 2017
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  2. ctfriel

    ctfriel New Member

    Still waiting on parts.... in the meantime I built my brother some maxtrax mounts for his gobi ladder.

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  3. soonersequoia

    soonersequoia New Member

    Those wheels will look great on it.
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  4. ctfriel

    ctfriel New Member

    Parts are starting to collect. Hopefully it starts looking presentable next weekend. I did install a 31M today though. It should work well with the solar setup for the fridge, etc.

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  5. ctfriel

    ctfriel New Member

    She's coming together now.

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  6. ctfriel

    ctfriel New Member

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  7. thilt

    thilt New Member

    Very nice. Love all you have done. Wheels/tires look fantastic. That tent is really cool. Nice job so far.
  8. ctfriel

    ctfriel New Member

    Few more parts going on...

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  9. silverback04

    silverback04 Member

    what suspension setup are you running?
  10. silverback04

    silverback04 Member

    looks great by the way.
  11. ctfriel

    ctfriel New Member

    Sorry for the delay. My brother posted it on Instagram and I didn't notice the question until today.

    Lift info:
    Old Man Emu 90004 front struts
    Old Man Emu 2885 front coils
    Old Man Emu 2866 rear coils
    Old Man Emu 60002 rear shocks
    SPC 25485 UCA's
    SpiderTrax 1.25" wheel spacers
    285/75 R16 BFG KO2's
  12. ctfriel

    ctfriel New Member

    Threw on a solar setup.
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  13. silverback04

    silverback04 Member

    very nice setup!
  14. Sal R.

    Sal R. Active Member

    Details on the panel?
  15. ctfriel

    ctfriel New Member

    Panel - Lensun 50 watt flexible
    Mounted - 3M 5952 VHB tape
    Controller - Renogy Wanderer

    You could easily make the panel magnetic if you wanted by taping a magnetic sheet to it. I chose to use the 3M tape because it's more secure.
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  16. ctfriel

    ctfriel New Member

    How it sits right now.
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  17. Sal R.

    Sal R. Active Member

    That set up is in line with my goals. Thanks for sharing.
  18. ctfriel

    ctfriel New Member

    Did some camping this past weekend with the family. Ready to start some Fall fly fishing in a few weeks

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  19. Sequoia4WD

    Sequoia4WD Member

    Truck looks great! I see you went with 2866 rear coils which look like progressive springs? how do you like them and how did you decide on the 2866, I know most are running the 2865...
  20. ctfriel

    ctfriel New Member

    Sorry for the delay. If I were running a bumper and more weight I'd consider the 2865's. The 2866s work great for my setup and full size spare in the stock location. I also tow my trailer with it and the progressive springs work great. Absolutely no complaints at all!

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