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Old 08-11-2010, 08:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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EviltacoSupreme needs sliders & bumbers

also wanted to know if anyone nearby had free time and could make me some sliders, and some skid plates, and possibly bumpers if they felt like it and im free to help out, and was wondering how much they would charge cause i definitely dont want anymore dents!!
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also wanted to know if anyone nearby had free time and could make me some sliders, and some skid plates, and possibly bumpers if they felt like it and im free to help out, and was wondering how much they would charge cause i definitely dont want anymore dents!!
Get in line

We've got a front bumper and a tube bed first! (by we I really should say greg, lol)
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We've got a front bumper and a tube bed first! (by we I really should say greg, lol)
hey! I've been trying to get in this line for awhile, lol
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also wanted to know if anyone nearby had free time and could make me some sliders, and some skid plates, and possibly bumpers if they felt like it and im free to help out, and was wondering how much they would charge cause i definitely dont want anymore dents!!
round or square on the sliders, plate or tube for the bumbers?

I have some square sliders in the classified section if you are interested or I have been approached to start a fab shop up (I guess the cat is out of the bag now) in which I am seriously considering doing.

IF you have some ideas on what you want, I am pretty sure I maybe able to help you out, currently I am fairly free, but getting busy here pretty soon.
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I want to get in line !!!!!!!! I need a rear bumper. Has to be high clearance rap around made out of tube and I need to keep my hitch.

Kind of like this one I built for for my 99 taco
New rear tubing bumper.
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also wanted to know if anyone nearby had free time and could make me some sliders, and some skid plates, and possibly bumpers if they felt like it and im free to help out, and was wondering how much they would charge cause i definitely dont want anymore dents!!
I still have the Demello round tube weld on sliders that came off my 00 excab Taco that would cost you $75
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Hey Greg, let me know if you are up for a fab day, we can all get together to work on stuff. I can help with whatever you need, from picking up supplies to bending to welding( I'm certified now!).
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Hey Greg, let me know if you are up for a fab day, we can all get together to work on stuff. I can help with whatever you need, from picking up supplies to bending to welding( I'm certified now!).
Certified what just kidding. I'm still out of tube so we could go in on some. But one day isn't enough time to get much done maybe one set of sliders. Are you guys wanting weld or bolt on sliders ?
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I still have the Demello round tube weld on sliders that came off my 00 excab Taco that would cost you $75
Evil you should jump on these .
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I would prefer weld on for strength. With the amount of free time I have now, I would be up for several workdays. I do think we should buy all of the tube we need at once, though, to get a better price. I know I at least want sliders, and if money/time permits, a tube style front bumper.
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Old 08-12-2010, 07:42 PM   #12 (permalink)
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You could start by calling Wright Steel to see how much 1.5" HREW .120 wall tubing is .
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Yeah I'll call them tomorrow, see what kind of pricing they have right now.
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You could start by calling Wright Steel to see how much 1.5" HREW .120 wall tubing is .
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Yeah I'll call them tomorrow, see what kind of pricing they have right now.
So guys, is this y'all's thread or Evil's?
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Get in line

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yea thats who i was implying it too lol
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round or square on the sliders, plate or tube for the bumbers?

I have some square sliders in the classified section if you are interested or I have been approached to start a fab shop up (I guess the cat is out of the bag now) in which I am seriously considering doing.

IF you have some ideas on what you want, I am pretty sure I maybe able to help you out, currently I am fairly free, but getting busy here pretty soon.
round and tube

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I want to get in line !!!!!!!! I need a rear bumper. Has to be high clearance rap around made out of tube and I need to keep my hitch.

Kind of like this one I built for for my 99 taco
New rear tubing bumper.
thats exactly what im lookin for

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I still have the Demello round tube weld on sliders that came off my 00 excab Taco that would cost you $75
i would but there in cleveland
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yea thats who i was implying it too lol

round and tube


thats exactly what im lookin for


i would but there in cleveland
ask Bear when the next time he will be out that way, he might be able to pick em up for you.
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round or square on the sliders, plate or tube for the bumbers?

I have some square sliders in the classified section if you are interested or I have been approached to start a fab shop up (I guess the cat is out of the bag now) in which I am seriously considering doing.

IF you have some ideas on what you want, I am pretty sure I maybe able to help you out, currently I am fairly free, but getting busy here pretty soon.
im pretty much wanting to do 4x Innv stuff are far as looks are concerned, but what you suggest weld on or bolt on sliders?
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Ron has been more active than I have been lately. He would probably get to them before I could
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Certified what just kidding. I'm still out of tube so we could go in on some. But one day isn't enough time to get much done maybe one set of sliders. Are you guys wanting weld or bolt on sliders ?
what would be easier to make bolt on or weld on?
what would be stronger bolt on or weld on?
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I'm not much on copying other's designs but I am sure we could come up with something similar.

As for weld on vs. bolt on sliders. I like weld on, but you also have to consider your future plans for the truck. Weld on are generally stronger but bolt on's can be removed for both freshing up the paint as well as trading the vehicle in.
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well i figured weldon would be stronger i dont plan on trading it in cuz i wouldnt get anything for it, also it doesnt have to be exactly like 4x but i was just using an example of what i've seen around
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do you have plans for a winch anytime in the future?
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I need about 100', but i am gonna mix some 1.75 in with it i think. We can talk at interlake on sunday
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i think you need a 9500 pound warn winch!
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depends on how much they are i havent priced any yet but i do have that on my list
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whats the latest on this thread? what is happening? I have been off the internet for about a week so wasn't sure if you have made plans or still need ideas, someone to build them etc.

let me know if you don't mind.
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I saw Andy at the honda dealer on saturday...he was there to look at a tundra...
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nothing wrong with wheeling a tundra

just won't be able to go everywhere we can in the tacomas, Hell you have a hard time getting in places the first gens can get to.
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I saw Andy at the honda dealer on saturday...he was there to look at a tundra...
yea my mom's bf is tryin to get rid of his honda truck, he works at toyota and i told him about the tundra but they already sold it, was only there for like a day or two, did ur wife get a new car?
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