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Old 11-22-2010, 03:14 PM   #1
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New to the Toyota world but not new to wrenching. I currently have a 96 T100 that was a theft recovery so it has been rallied but I am building it to haul my snowmobiles and dirt bikes so it has a start of a flat bed from the previous owner. Should be a fun project and I will post some pics after I get some major bugs worked out. Plan on putting 33"x10.5 and a soft locker in the 4.30 stock 3rd with longer shackles and bj spacers, air bags in the rear to help with the load. The flat bed will have expandable sides so I can fit two sleds side by side with an alum. ramp under the deck.
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