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Old 03-28-2017, 09:59 PM
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This legit be the greatest mod I've ever done on a vehicle of mine. The difference is staggering. I hated driving this car at night.

Here's a sneak peak again

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Those headlights look great.

Have you made a decision on the TRD grill or not?
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Nice! I think HID headlights should be standard on the Tundra or at least offered as an option from the factory.
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Originally Posted by CCColtsicehockey View Post
Those headlights look great.

Have you made a decision on the TRD grill or not?

I keep going back and forth. I went to order one yesterday and theya re on national back order. Which then has me going "fuck it, i don't need it". Not in a rush, have a tonneau cover going on today.
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Damn, that cutoff is amazing!
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Very nice! I put in my LEDs last night, massive improvement!
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Old 03-29-2017, 09:51 AM
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Damn, that cutoff is amazing!


yea, needs to be adjusted just slightly. But it's solid, what i'm most impressed with is how WIDE the light output is!
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Wow, those look great!

Now you have me rethinking a HID retrofit. There's a guy on the forum that just does a straight re-fit for a pretty good price...
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Old 03-29-2017, 12:05 PM
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Wow, those look great!

Now you have me rethinking a HID retrofit. There's a guy on the forum that just does a straight re-fit for a pretty good price...
Ebleu? That's who did mine. I believe he owns the retrofit source (or at least works there)
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Yeah, EleDobleU. He owns Retrofit Wholesale according to his signature. He has some budget retrofits which are just straight HID Projectors without anything else fancy that start at like $350. Been thinking about that. I just need to time when I won't need my truck... or at least won't need it at night...
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Old 03-30-2017, 07:45 AM
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Yeah, EleDobleU. He owns Retrofit Wholesale according to his signature. He has some budget retrofits which are just straight HID Projectors without anything else fancy that start at like $350. Been thinking about that. I just need to time when I won't need my truck... or at least won't need it at night...
He'll also send you a set of lights to use, but his turnaround is fast. Think he had me done in about 2 days and shipped out. You're much closer then I am. Retrofit Wholesale, that's it
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That's not bad. Maybe I can time it around a vacation or something...
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That's not bad. Maybe I can time it around a vacation or something...
and sorry or being a bad influence!!
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^ LOL... no worries... I can use this as a safety upgrade. Plus, all the stuff I do to the Tundra is deductible... so it helps the bottom line
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Old 08-11-2017, 10:48 PM
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Old 08-13-2017, 12:25 PM
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That looks sick.
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Glad to see you decided to get the pro grill. It just completed the look so well.
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Wow that's awesome
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Originally Posted by CCColtsicehockey
Glad to see you decided to get the pro grill. It just completed the look so well.
Fucking nationwide backprder. Ordered it months Ago. very happy. Completed the #stormtrooper look
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He'll also send you a set of lights to use, but his turnaround is fast. Think he had me done in about 2 days and shipped out. You're much closer then I am. Retrofit Wholesale, that's it
Does he do any lights or only for some cars?

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Love the grill. I am trying to get Mrs. Dallison to get one for her 4runner.
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Does he do any lights or only for some cars?

Thanks
not sure
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New grille looks fantastic.
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this is arriving this week....

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well that didn't take long

With more lift your going to need bigger tires.
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Looks sick Scott!

I like my grill, but I've been eyeing the 2018 Sequoia headlight upgrade myself. Apparently a pretty direct swap to the "2nd Gen" Tundra...
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The front end looks awesome!
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Originally Posted by CCColtsicehockey View Post
well that didn't take long

With more lift your going to need bigger tires.

Yes, and will probably need new wheels


This new suspension won't be much higher, i'll get another .5-1" upfront and 1" in the rear. But I have a feeling i'm definitely going to need 35's
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^ Haha. I did a 3/1 level lift (mainly for towing) but literally the day after I was like... when these tires go I'm going to need bigger ones. Oh, and wheels too...
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Looks sick Scott!

I like my grill, but I've been eyeing the 2018 Sequoia headlight upgrade myself. Apparently a pretty direct swap to the "2nd Gen" Tundra...
just saw it done, DO ITT!!!!!!
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^ Yeah, it's pretty sick looking and surprisingly a pretty direct swap. It's on my list for 2018 for sure...
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^ Haha. I did a 3/1 level lift (mainly for towing) but literally the day after I was like... when these tires go I'm going to need bigger ones. Oh, and wheels too...
What lift did you do? I’m swapping out my bilstein 6112’s / 5160’s
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I just did a ProComp Level Lift. Since the truck is used for my business (hauling karts or towing) I didn't want to go too crazy on a lift. Just leveled it out to make everything line up nicely...
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Earned my stripes this week. Gonna get intimate with some polishing soon. Did about 20 hours of serious off roading the last few days. Heavy rocks, dirt, super soft sand. All with 3 kids in the back. The 6 month old slept completely through one day.
















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Gorgeous pictures and sorry about the scratches, some look kind of deep
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Not at all worried about them. Bought the truck to be able to do this shit. Both sides are bad. I think 99% will come out
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