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Did a little cutting and welding today. Still need to rework the latch mechanism and weld on a lockout , but man.. super stoked about how it came out . Sucked in as far as it will go against the tail gate, up in the air and with a nice angle to it.








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Oh yea .. I also finally fell for the recent tail light trend .. quite an upgrade in looks for sure




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Spent some time yesterday replacing the now-sloppy heim joints on the tire carrier swing out side (luckily I had 2 spares from the bulk purchase the first time around). Got everything cleaned up and lubricated back before assembly, and made a slight pitch adjustment so it closed in more level. I have a feeling the main runner warped just ever so slightly when I ran the super hot bead for the new upper runner.



Also took a bit of time and redid the landing pad/latch mechanism. Instead of the soft rubber pads, I got some HPDE sheet and built a new landing pad/stop that wont wear out/sag like the rubber did, but also made a slight adjustment so that the latches pull straight up when locked. Before the hooks sat a bit further in and made for a slight angle pull when closing. Super happy with how solid it all came out.



The plan for today is to trim off a bit of excess on the new carrier, sand, prep and paint it while I'm on my lunch break and hopefully give it enough time to slap the spare on after work. I haven't fully decided yet.. but just as a back-up safety measure, I may run a strap through the tire and around the upper carrier member and had tie it to the bumper.. that way IF anything does fail down the road (which I can't imagine happening with how solid everything came out) it alteast wont go bouncing down the road



REALLY starting to fall in love with the changed up look, definitely made the right choice across the board.

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I found out why my steering when accelerating was tracking weird, my total chaos upper control arm bushings have alot of play in them after about 7000 miles. Surprised how much play there was in the whole wheel with the upper control arms bushings being shot. Just replaced them two years ago!
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I found out why my steering when accelerating was tracking weird, my total chaos upper control arm bushings have alot of play in them after about 7000 miles. Surprised how much play there was in the whole wheel with the upper control arms bushings being shot. Just replaced them two years ago!

Man .. that’s a shame .. 7k miles is nothing ..


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The swing out is solid. It's definitely more solid than my previous setup. There's obviously some shake if you try to move top/bottom of the tire, but with this size and weight it's to be expected. But just as a precaution (an antitheft) I'm going to run a steel cable lock through one of the lug nut holes and secure the wheel to the upper mount.. this way it's not as easy as taking off 3 lug nuts to grab it, but also, in the case something decides to NOT hold up, there will at least be a steel braided cable in the way..

for the swing out itself, I got some 11,000lb working load axle tie-down soft straps that I plan to loop around the assembly and probably just tie in to my passenger side recovery point. This way, in the VERY unlikely scenario that long term vibrations compromise the welds holding the pivot bracket to the flat face of the bumper, i'll have the strap drag the assembly along instead of catastrophically coming off the rig and bouncing around the road (there's probably a good 150-160 lbs all said and done).. seeing what a flying 35 wants to do when it hits pavement is giving me some PTSD and I just want to have some added peace of mind.


But on a less fun upgrade/work... looks like I'll need to pull apart my thermostat housing/waterneck assembly and reseal it. I've been leaking coolant for quite some time, and with a long trip coming up in April I want to make sure everything is fully buttoned up.. since there are 3 points of failure there (o-ring on the thermostat, o ring on the water neck outlet, and FIPG gasket on the waterneck inlet housing ) I'm just planning to replace all 3. Thermostat only has 20-30k miles on it but I figured may as well replace it while you're in there.
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That's what I was thinking, like how the heck can these bushings be so worn after around 7000 miles!? They are Total Chaos bushings that I replaced back in July 2021, grease them regularly, torqued, and now they are pratically blown!

Btw, really nice work on the rear spare tire carrier!

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Thanks! If I didn't have to work I'd stay home and fabricate stuff all day, it's satisfying building something of your own and having a finished product to show for it.


I will say though that having the spare mounted DEFINITELY shows it's weight. I'm back to quite a bit of a squat under acceleration. Still way more manageable than it was before but it's worse than it was with out the extra 100+lbs sitting furthest out when weight starts to transfer.

Long story short, I got one final ( ) thing to replace (again). I'll be swapping the Ironman 4x4 shocks back in because I feel like the rebound valving is significantly stiffer on them than on the Icon's. I looked and see that I can have the Icon's re-valved, but that's a rabbit hole I don't want to go down... plus, the shim kits are somewhere in upwards of 200-300 bucks and I would need someone do do it for me.
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What if you were to re-install the Dobinsons 749v rear coil springs, would that help with the squat under accleration?


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Thanks! If I didn't have to work I'd stay home and fabricate stuff all day, it's satisfying building something of your own and having a finished product to show for it.


I will say though that having the spare mounted DEFINITELY shows it's weight. I'm back to quite a bit of a squat under acceleration. Still way more manageable than it was before but it's worse than it was with out the extra 100+lbs sitting furthest out when weight starts to transfer.

Long story short, I got one final ( ) thing to replace (again). I'll be swapping the Ironman 4x4 shocks back in because I feel like the rebound valving is significantly stiffer on them than on the Icon's. I looked and see that I can have the Icon's re-valved, but that's a rabbit hole I don't want to go down... plus, the shim kits are somewhere in upwards of 200-300 bucks and I would need someone do do it for me.
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What if you were to re-install the Dobinsons 749v rear coil springs, would that help with the squat under accleration?

The variable rate dobinsons springs were the worst for squat. On top of being the tallest spring (500mm free height) you can run (by almost 4 inches) the starting spring rate is like 190lbf/in, so as you start transferring weight to the back it's super soft, and only increases to a max of like 270lbf. The OME 899 spring is a 400mm free height spring, but has a constant spring rate of 387lbf/in so even though it's almost 4 inches less tall, it results in just about a 2 inch ride height drop from the dobinsons setup (which ended up perfect for me).

I did find that this was literally only half the equation.. which was a bit surprising to me.. but I guess it makes sense that the rebound in the front coilovers impacts the behavior greatly. The valving in the Icon 2.5's was great .. just didn't suite my application.. they would unload super fast which would pitch the front end up like a boat. This probably makes a ton of sense for things like desert runs in the whoops sections so the wheel can track the terrain better.. but for me this meant a ton of bump steer.

The ironman foam cell shock unload way slower, and I estimate that i'm down to like half of my previous front end rise under accelaration.. which is great.. because this also means I can lift the front end up a bit more without having the bump steer issue.

I'm not running a front sway bar anymore... and switching over to the foam cell shocks almost gives the feeling of having a sway bar vs icons with no sway bar in the same setup.. I think I finally got me a winner for the combination lol.
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Always appreciate your insight and info on this stuff lol, I have a decent general knowledge of suspension, but you definitely go into the more finer details!


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The variable rate dobinsons springs were the worst for squat. On top of being the tallest spring (500mm free height) you can run (by almost 4 inches) the starting spring rate is like 190lbf/in, so as you start transferring weight to the back it's super soft, and only increases to a max of like 270lbf. The OME 899 spring is a 400mm free height spring, but has a constant spring rate of 387lbf/in so even though it's almost 4 inches less tall, it results in just about a 2 inch ride height drop from the dobinsons setup (which ended up perfect for me).

I did find that this was literally only half the equation.. which was a bit surprising to me.. but I guess it makes sense that the rebound in the front coilovers impacts the behavior greatly. The valving in the Icon 2.5's was great .. just didn't suite my application.. they would unload super fast which would pitch the front end up like a boat. This probably makes a ton of sense for things like desert runs in the whoops sections so the wheel can track the terrain better.. but for me this meant a ton of bump steer.

The ironman foam cell shock unload way slower, and I estimate that i'm down to like half of my previous front end rise under accelaration.. which is great.. because this also means I can lift the front end up a bit more without having the bump steer issue.

I'm not running a front sway bar anymore... and switching over to the foam cell shocks almost gives the feeling of having a sway bar vs icons with no sway bar in the same setup.. I think I finally got me a winner for the combination lol.
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Always appreciate your insight and info on this stuff lol, I have a decent general knowledge of suspension, but you definitely go into the more finer details!
any time man! And to be fair.. it's not like I know a lot.. it's just that it's all fresh knowledge from the 5 different suspension swaps i've experienced with in the last 2 weeks

But I think I finally, more or less have it where I need it. Pulled some quick measurements, and looks like I have a slight drivers side lean, both front and rear, so i'll see about adjusting the front coilovers up a bit, with a little extra on the drivers side after work. But all in all, at this point it feels like I'm just splitting hairs and just need to stop messing with it and drive the damn thing.


However... probably another one of my crazy ideas... but I just bought a set of super low mile 3rd gen tacoma upper controls arms that I'm putting in place of my JBA high caster arms... I just found out that the added down travel is pretty much marginal with the JBA (or really any aftermarket UCA) over the factory.. and having the built-in high caster means my wheel is pushed back towards the firewall.. I'm still making some contact with my relocated and shaved body mount, so a bit of reduced caster (from the current 4-5* I'm seeing) is a welcomed trade off to move the wheel away from the firewall a bit without having to cut more.. we'll see how that idea works out.. but $160 for 2 OEM upper control arms with less than 10k miles on them seemed like a steal to at least not give it a try..
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Found my old drive shaft spacer from when I ran the FJ t-case. Decided it wouldn't hurt to throw it in since my axle is pushed back about the same thickness as this spacer. I've been dealing with the driveshaft thump and no type/amount of grease makes it go away.. I'm thinking maybe having it over extended so much from stock isn't helping.. we'll see how it does.


Looks like the Tacoma UCA's will be here sooner than expected... might even have them in this weekend to see how it does I'm hoping I can keep my caster in 2 degree range at least.. it's a sacrifice I'm certainly willing to make because I don't know how much more cutting I want to deal with on the body mount

While on a factory-parts shopping spree, I decided it's probably a VERY good idea to get some spare CV axles... the ones I have now are OEM axles, but came from Ebay with some questionable mileage... I found some reasonably priced 5th gen OEM axles from one of the toyota dealers for like $290 shipped per axle with tax... I thought it was reasonable for a non reman-oem axle assembly. The plan will be to swap these in and keep the current, old ones as spares.. or maybe i'll just keep running these and see what happens..
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Itís been a long long time since sheís gotten a proper cleaning . Looks good cleaned up, though Iíd prefer to be out in the wild getting it dirty






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