2003 SR5 V8 4WD
Putco Plasma LED backup lights (921).
More light for backing up at nights on the trail.
Stubbs Welding heavy duty w/kickout
rock sliders. Installed by TrackSpec
Full set of Bud Built skid plates.
The stock ones are adequate, but would be no match for the granite that
we see on the trails in the Sierra's. The stock skid plate on the
fuel tank was a particular concern. I had TrackSpec
Autosports weld on a piece I fabbed up
to protect the lower radiator and A/C condensor from brush.
Independent Fog light
Kinda nice to still have the fog/driving
lights on when the brights are on. I also like to have these lights
on when driving on rural roads. Instead of burning bugs into the
headlights, having these on are a better proposition.
Bilstein 5100 shocks. The stock shocks
were spent at 80K, and these would enable me to raise it up with (daystar
rear spring spacers) when I get around to it. The stock suspension
does have more articulation with the 5100's installed.
Differential vent extention mod.
As far as I know the front differential, trans, and transaxle have vents
high enough to nothave to worry about water intrusion, but for some reason
the rear differential does not. Thus,
I left a coil of hose to allow
for suspension travel. I ran the hose along
the fuel lines along, and then
up to the backside of the fuel filler.
(1). 6' 5/16" fuel line.
(2). Barb fitting. Toyota Part #90404-51319. This replaces the vent on
and allows you to attach a hose. I couldn't find a similar metric
else. Be prepared to pay ~$12 at the dealer for this little thing.
(3). Zip ties.
(4). Small hose clamps.