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Old 11-20-2019, 05:41 PM #16
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It was actually a used set which the owner stated had ~ 5k miles. I was shocked at the lack of wear so I wanted to give them a try. The Cornfed spacers was an after thought after a saw the TRD pro lifted thread.

Arenít those bilstein shocks? I thought the 2019 pros had the fox setup.
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Arenít those bilstein shocks? I thought the 2019 pros had the fox setup.


Yes they are. These are from 2018 TRD pro when they were using Bilstein. First page typo fixed :-)
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Good question Daytonaviolet's build thread. The TRD pro suspension is a very capable stock suspension which I got at a very reasonable price. Iíve driven a few of them and liked the stock feel but yet firm and itís ~ 1Ē higher then other runners. I wanted a stock ride feel but wanted to level it a bit .

I saw this thread and saw that Cornfed was a good solution. It would feel like a stock TRD pro but with a little lift. I figure Iíd give this option a try before deciding on which lift to go with.

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I get it and it makes sense however I was under the impression that adding a spacer lift would limit suspension travel, thus kind of defeating the purpose of putting on the trd pro suspension.
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Old 11-20-2019, 06:00 PM #19
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I get it and it makes sense however I was under the impression that adding a spacer lift would limit suspension travel, thus kind of defeating the purpose of putting on the trd pro suspension.


The guys on that thread with pros and did the Cornfed are happy with it. I guess Iíll find out soon. I hope to have my suspension in perhaps thanksgiving weekend. Iíll eventually get a real lift (Kings, toytech , icons) but I just need to collect a few more dead presidents :-)
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Just picked these up from the paint shop tonight. The valances use to be silver. The scoop was unfinished. I was going to use the finished scoop which is already black but I want the valances to match. Iím sure these will chip in a few weeks Daytonaviolet's build thread

But for now .. they look so purty :-)

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Just picked these up from the paint shop tonight. The valances use to be silver. The scoop was unfinished. I was going to use the finished scoop which is already black but I want the valances to match. I’m sure these will chip in a few weeks Daytonaviolet's build thread

But for now .. they look so purty :-)
Nice, wish mine were black.You puting those on the limited? Ready to cut 27 holes? That was a fun mod on my prestine sr5.
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Nice, wish mine were black.You puting those on the limited? Ready to cut 27 holes? That was a fun mod on my prestine sr5.

Mine are pre-cut

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Spent a few hours Saturday afternoon and few hours today. I was able to complete the following

1. Fender liners
2. Rocker panels
3. Hood scope insert
4. Front bumper
5. Pro grille

Unfortunately while taking off the front fender flares (required when removing fender liners) I broke several clips on the fender flare. I canít believe how weak these were. I ended up using epoxy to repair the clips. I learned that the clips used to hold in the fender liners are not reusable.



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Hi Daytonaviolet,

Im looking to do the same TRD conversion to my 2016 limited.

What parts were needed to complete the front bumper?

Thanks any info helps.
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Im looking to do the same TRD conversion to my 2016 limited.



What parts were needed to complete the front bumper?



Thanks any info helps.


Here's my bumper list. Let me know if you have any questions. Some of the items I put qyt5 as I was unsure how many clips I needed. But most of the clips I re-used. Let's just say, I have some extra clips.

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sweet thanks man, how much was the paint job for the bumper? looks pretty spot on
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Here's my bumper list. Let me know if you have any questions. Some of the items I put qyt5 as I was unsure how many clips I needed. But most of the clips I re-used. Let's just say, I have some extra clips.



Could we get some side shots to see how the bumper hangs as compared to the rear? Is the rear bumper noticeably lower now? Also, did you retain the rear parking sensors?


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sweet thanks man, how much was the paint job for the bumper? looks pretty spot on


I actually got a few items painted. Front/rear bumpers, front/rear valances, hood and hood scoop for $1500. Keep in mind these are Bay Area prices.
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Could we get some side shots to see how the bumper hangs as compared to the rear? Is the rear bumper noticeably lower now? Also, did you retain the rear parking sensors?


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Iíll take some today. As for the rear TRD bumper, I may install those tonight. If not for sure this weekend. But yes, the rear will hang down like 2Ē. I plan to re-install both front and rear parking sensors. For the rears, the outer ones will be in the standard location. The two inner ones will be on the valance. Well thatís my plan.



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