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Old 07-14-2019, 09:01 PM #1
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As she sits today


Ive been lurking and popping in and out since i got my 4runner but finally decided to do a build thread.

My names Dan. I live near Hershey PA. I was a car audio tech at Best Buy for 6 years before moving to Home Theater install. After i did that for a few years i was able to switch to working at home as Remote Tech support.

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I had 2004 Liberty until it pretty much died

and I landed a 2015 Nissan Xterrra Pro-4x (my first new car).

Had a few issues. The e locker failed after 10k miles and was an issue on and off until 20k. Anytime it had an issue i didnt have ABS brakes or traction control which was a no go for me. When i was getting it serviced someone asked the dealer if they could buy it for more than i paid for it. I had just switched to working from home so, having no real attachment to it i sold it on the spot and went hunting for a 4runner. I ended up finding one the next day. It was a 2017 Off Road Premium in Gunmetal with (1) mile on it.


Day I picked her up





Exterior Mods
--TRD Wheels with 275/70 R17 BFG KO2
--LFD Corssboars x3 plus wind deflector
--Thule box
--Stock Skids
--Tred Pro Mounts

Interior Mods
-- Rear cargo Net (DIY)
--Rigid Storage Box
--Under Seat Tool Box
--Patches

Electrical
--Dual Battery with Fuse Block plus Switches
--Constant Cig power with Switch
--MF1050 Air Compressor
--Dash Cam (Front and Rear)
--Anker Wireless Charger/Mount

Drive Train / Suspension
--Rear Differential Breather mod

Comms
--Kenwood TM-V71A
--Midland 75-82

Camping Items
--Diy Shower

List of ToDos/Wants
--Victory 4x4 Blitz
--Eibach Pro Lift
--Sliders (havent picked a brand yet)
--Drawer System
--Fridge
--Shore Power/Solar Panel

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The first thing i wanted was new tires. I wasnt a fan of the OEM tires at all. I like the wheels, but i liked the trd wheels alot more. I talked to the service manager when i was buying the car and we set up a deal where he would buy my wheels and ties (theyd only gie me a deal on wheels AND tires) and i could buy 4 new wheels and tires. I got a 15% off coupon for Toyota accessories since i bought the car there and i used that on the weels. I got 275 75r17 BFG KO2's. They did the mount balance and transfer of the TPMS for free. so i just paid the difference on the wheels and tires which was like 400$ (which for the upgrade was great).

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About a week after i got the car we went camping, and literaly the day before got another dog. A friend of my wifes babysat for a couple who were going to put the 3 year old dog down just becasue they didnt want him anymore, so my wifes friend took him home but couldnt keep him due to having 2 already and a new baby. he just wanted to find the dog a new home. So we ended up taking him and he loved camping!

His name is Titan (the brown dogo) the small one is Echo



had to have them leashed and they kept getting caught....

fit all of this without anyreal time to figure out a system for the car



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i have sleep apnea so one of the first things i did was a dual battery. I picked up a shrockworks tray in a group buy. I kept the main battery stock and picked up an optima for the aux. i also have a pure sine wave inverter for the cpap. i just sit this on under the hood. i dont know where i want to install it yet.

the battery install was pretty straightforward and the shrokworks instructions were great.

beforewiring was done


for wiring i used a blue sea ML-ACR. i liked having the option to turn in on/off with a switch or under the hood. i also added a blue sea fuse block and just plopped it ontop of the oem fuse box.





inside the car i added a 3 switch panel i had (it was from a random ebay purchase of an xterra switch and it just magically fit the 3 switches i wanted). the ch4x4 large toyota battery switch, the mictuning dual voltage, and the blue sea switch. The ch4x4 battery siwtch just turns the dual voltage display on and off.



since i was messing with relays behind the dash i also added the anytime backup cam mod (did my own with a relay and a switch) and an anytime cig adapter (just used a relay on the cig lighter in the arm console so it runs off ignition or the aux battery if i turn the switch on. Super handy for charging things out of sight while in the store.

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Another mod ive done is a front and rear dash cam. Ironically, the week after installing it i was alsmot hit 4 times, had a guy on a scooter run a stop sign and i almost hit him, and watched a matress fly off a car. So theyre worth installing. I also read alot of reviews that said their rear camera showed people texting as they got re ended.

i got this one

its a rexing dual camera with wifi. i thought about getting the gps verison but i dont really need it. wifi isnt neccessary but it is nice to view things while out and about. Its also pretty easy to transfer to a phone.

For this install i used a relay off of the factory cig lighter to have it turn on and off with the car, and also run off a switch that powers it via my aux battery so i can have it on while my car is being worked on, or for craigslist sales. The relay then runs to a 12v dual usb charger.

my switch switch outputs 12v+. the relay is as follows
85-ground
86-switch +
30-cig ligther/backupcam/wireless charger(more later)
87a-cars ignition (the original 12v cig circuit)
87-aux batt +

I mounted it so that its hidden on a day to day baisis. im not really interacting with it so i dont need to see the blinking light.




Anker wireless charger.

At the same time as the camera, i installed an anker wireless charger/mount.

It mounts to the vents. BUT its really sturdy. ive been on a few trails with it and its solid. it has a very nice cam system to lock down the bracket. plus theres 2 padded feet that it placed correctly, rest perfectly on the ledge and hold most of the weight. it also doenst rattle. and its adjustable to fit various phones. i used an s10 and an s7. i ran the wire into the vent, drilled a hole, and then sealed it with culk strip. that runs down behind hte dash to the dual usb. i just zip tied the slack so its a little cleaner install.

im pretty impressed with this unit. i can take the phone in and out with 1 hand and its fits phones with cases. plus with the trigger app i can automate some neat stuff like volume and other settings on the one when it is wireless charging and unplugged.



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Great build so far! I really like the idea of the front and rear dash cams, as well as the anytime front and rear cams.

I'm also jealous of your wiring skills! That's the kind of thing I don't really trust anyone else to do, but I lack the skill to do myself.

And great dogs too! I'm glad you were able to take the 2nd one in, putting an animal down simply because one does not want it anymore is a truly shitty thing to do, and I hope karma catches up with them someday. What a beautiful dog, I don't know how anyone could do something like that.
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This is some great stuff, agree with Horsethief on the wiring. Very impressive!
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Next up is the roof rack rails. I didnt like how difficult it was to attach anything to the OEM rails. They werent flat and would bounce with 2x4s. I used some yakima mounts but they got annoying taking my TRED mounts on and off. I didnt want a full rack just due to cost and the fact that its heavy and expensive for what id need it to do.

my main golas were an easy solution to carry my TREDs, being able to have an easy on and off solution for 2x gas cans, recovery gear, better support for a roof box, and expand ability.

I ended up getting the LFD roof rack bars (i got 3) and a wind deflector. I liked how i could order them as needed and if i ever go full rack i could use the old bars.
I cant stress this enough, if you get the bars, get the deflector. With the deflector theres no more noise than the oem bars (i actually think its more quiet), without it, they are lound, annoyingly loud. I tested them with just the TREDs and no deflector and it was really really loud. Granted, they say their loud unloaded. just get the defelctor.




they use a hammer head nut to attach to the oem rails so you dont have to dissasemble to add more. I got some more nuts because their slots on the rails happen to match. these are M8 hammer head nuts. they sit slightly less than flush which is perfect. Now i dont need to get to a bolt underneath to take things on and off. just loosen the bolt about 2 turns and i can lift it off. I also got some M8 allen bolts so that all the hardware on the roof uses the same 5mm allen head. i used bolt>lock washer>washer then hammer head nut underneath. it has teeth on it too to lock it.

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if you dont have one of these, get one. They make working with the allen heads MUCH easier. i ended up getting a second one and leaving it in my car in case i need to work on it.
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I wanted to separate this from the roof rack rail post but i got the rails when i did because i wanted a roof box (2 dogs, 1 year old beach trips really make you play tetris) i could live without them, but with the box i read how some people had it tapping the sunroof. i didnt want to test how strong it was. i think it would have been ok, but i figured i wanted them for a few other things and im glad i have them.

anyway i got the thule force xt.

i got it on sale for 450 on amazon. i would HIGHLY (please reread that HIGHLY) recommend not getting it on amazon OR making sure the delivery company is one youve used before. i got a sofa on amazon before and the company that delivered it was great! the box came from NSD (non stop delivery) and the experience was hands down the worst experience ive had getting a product.

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i ordered on may 10th for a delivery on the 22nd. no call no show. i had to take off work to make sure i could inspect the delivery. GRANTED i work from home. but when im working im in my office and i cant just walk away. im usually on the phone for those 8 hrs. So i call them and they say theyll call me to reschedule. i just get a text later that says theyll be coming the 24th at 5am to 11am. Fine, take off again. I get a call at 3pm, theyre not coming because their truck didnt work when they got into work (why i didnt find out until 3pm? ill never know) so i ask if i can schedule a new date, she cant but will have someone call me. I call back and find out that they LITERALLY are not able to schedule delivery's (im not making this up) they get jobs stacked up, and (again this is a quote) "they will determine when it is convenient for them to deliver the item based on what else they have to do that week"
im going back and forth with the manager, amazon, and the corporate office, i just want to know when im getting my box. im going to be gone that saturday and sunday. i want to be home so i can inspect it, the manager asks if i can leave my garage door open (while im gone for 2 days) so they can just leave it in there when im gone. i tell her no. she hangs up

i go on vacation and am just going to cancel the order with amazon when i get back.

i get home and see this.



apparently they dropped it off on saturday.
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AMAZINGLY the box it self was ok. i have no idea how. there was one rail that was kind of bent but it was just a track that had no impact on usability.
amazon ended up giving me $100 so for $350 i didnt want to go through the process to return it.

As for the box itself, i like it. i like that it opens on both sides and has some internal tiedowns. it fits with the hatch up and has a cutout for the antenna. but even when the antenna isnt in the cutout, the rear curves clear it. Its also pretty quiet. i havent loaded it up but im going to the beach in august and ill update when i do.




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diy shower

ive been doing a few things to get ready for the beach. i saw an ad on facbook for a shower that was about 150. made no sense. i wanted something similar so i made one. i also needed a way to bring water for dogs to the beach. im sure someone made this before.

i got a weed sprayer at home depot for about 12$
a kitchen sprayer with hose for $6
and a 1/4 inch barb to 1/4 npt for $1.50 locally

just cut the sprayer head off close to the head as possible, insert 1/4 barb and screw that to the kitchen sprayer. and done! so for 19.50 i have a $150 shower. granted they may have more pressure. but this works great for dishes, washing off sand, filling up dog bowls.





just dont buy a used one or try to re-purpose one you had. get a new, clean one.
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next up was my on board air.

ive had an mf1050 for a while but it was starting to bug me how much space it was taking up in the trunk. i used a shrockworks dual battery kit and that had a space where you relocate the smog unit. and it had posts for an arb compressor. i just made a place out of a cheap cutting board




before i put it in i wanted to do a few mods. i didnt need the switch on the unit. just 4 bolts and i direct wired to the leads that went to the batter. there was just a relay in there. my units wiring wasnt too bad but it wasnt great.



i wanted to ad a 90 adapter so it would be easier to get the hose on and off. i also wanted to switch from the male to a female connector so i could use a regular setup. mine actually had a standard male connector (some had a proprietary one) but the threads were metric (silver is old, brass is new). i just retapped it to 1/4.





theres a plate that matches to the top of that determines intake and output, so if you remove the top, you can rotate it, which i needed to do in order to not interfere with the air box removal.



i removed the switch because i just wanted to use a circuit breaker. fuse/switch in one. plus my blue sea fuse box is on the other side. and their switch isnt great.



i just mounted it to the top. its within 18 inches of the battery.



i just got a hose at harbor freight that wasnt too expensive. used my own teflon tape though.



this thing works pretty good. i dont get to go camping too much so i dont air up and down too often. so if it dies ill go with an arb or something. but for now this is out of the way.
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New to the site, but this is exactly why I joined! Truck looks unbelievable and your install skills are excellent!
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next up is a diy awning.

i wanted something for hte beach. but i couldn't afford a good awning for minimal use, and buying a cheap one that would break didnt seem worthwhile.

my goals:
1.) i wanted something short that would extend
2.) didnt want anything to rattle
3.) easy on and off. i dont plan on leaving it on all the time
4.) had to be easy/ quick to setup with one person
5.) cheapish
6.) have the poles and tarp roll up together

I actually had a neat idea to use a paint pole. i could drive around with it at 4 feet, then expand to 8 feet when the awning is deployed.

materials:
paint pole 18$
tent poles 35$
8x10 tarp 10$
ties downs$15 you could just use 550 cord but these are pretty convenient

total: 78 . you could find stuff for less. the tent poles put a dent in the cost.

i had hardware and the brackets from random stuff ive done before

my plan was to sew a loop at the end of the trap with cutouts for hte moutning. the tarp i had was no where near square so that was step 1



the pole is mounted to a flat plate with pipe clamps.



i used hammer head nuts for the lfd rail. makes taking it on and off a breaze.


in terms of sewing i used polypropylene webbing since it doesnt absorb water. i made my cutouts for the hardware and braced the edged with the webbing.


sewing the loop wasnt too bad, jsut a pain to have the weight of the trap moving everything aroung. and nothing sticks to it. i tried a few glues to hold the webbing to line it up and found painters tape worked rreally well, didnt clog the machine if some got int, and was easy to remove if i sewed it by accident.





once the loop was done i attached it to the first 4 feet, then theres a loop the last 4 feet. so the first 4 feet is always attached, then i extend the pole into the last 4 feet to deploy

here its against the car

and deployed

and heres the gap for the hardware


im pretty confident it will be ok in mild wind. the front end that extends is has a small amount of flex so i made a 550 loop that goes from the end of hte pole to the driver roof rack rail to add support, its not needed but in medium wind i may need it.

next is the cover. i dont want this flopping all over. i had a coupon at joans that if i bought 1 yard of fabric i got clearance fabrin at 1 cent per yard....so i bought 10 yards of tan outdoor fabric for 10 cents, and some avenger pattern to make my daughter a dress.

i closed the front end and the rear end has velcro. they are closed with clips and then i have 1 lashing strap (orange) that is keeps it from flopping. the clips hold the tarp and poles together and holds the cover one.

the rough goal


mostly finished


clips attached and measuring excess


and done



i probably could have had less clips but id rather have a few more and not have it unravel.
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