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Thread: [AgA] - TF2 LWB - 4 door hilux

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    Default [AgA] - TF2 LWB - 4 door hilux

    Well

    Can't be quiet :D

    Sold my sxc10.1 and here i go for what i learned to love... Leafd trail finder

    Bought a rc4wd kit, watching builds here on SBG, and some YouTube references decided how i want to do it, so lets see if i can!

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    Só first things to do..
    Mounting the kit..



    Colour choice (original yellow green)


    And first change on the leafs

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    Aimed on the body, test fit the wheels and marking up were to cut




    Have 27mm between the rear of the body to the frame


    Decided on 20mm chop


    They will look so dam good together!



    With no weight at all and already have the same travel that my other tf2!

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    Bobed bed on the way!

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    A bit more done..

    Bed is glued and reinforced with fiber glass



    Also the motor drop mod is done!

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    What a day!

    Transfer case relocated, shafts on place, oring and chino mod..
    All done!

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    Today was the front bumper..
    I don't have the means to do it, so went to the Master!

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    Another long day!

    Body work and prep, and paint!





    All chrome gone!




    Bumper and belly slider preped and painted



    Engine mount, leafs and choped parts painted black



    Got to use the free time i had this week!
    It was great to use this paint, it dryed fast and aloud to do all the layers fast..

    Now it will stand still for tomorow try and do some more...

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    Well i have to admit i love to do this masking!

    So today was for detailing a bit the body.
    Flat black was aplied..


    And a tip i've seen, bumper plastic paint to do scale bedliner



    So far this is the closest to the real colour that i can get with my cell


    It seems very fluerescent but it is really a almoest pastel yellow/green

    Very happy with it, but still lots of work to do!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aga View Post
    Só first things to do..
    Mounting the kit..



    Colour choice (original yellow green)


    And first change on the leafs
    Like how you did the leafsprings.

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