Truck 2010 Tacoma DC SB TRD Off Road - Magnetic Gray Metallic Armor Stubbs Welding: Weld On HD-SKO Sliders - 1.75" .120 wall DOM BudBuilt Skids: IFS, Mid, T-Case Front Suspension Light Racing ball joint UCA's OME 885x Coils OME NitroCharger Sport 90000 Shocks OME Trim Packer - Driver Side Rear Suspension OME Dakar Leaf Packs CS-047R OME NitroCharger N182 Shocks OME Carrier bearing drop spacers Wheels and Tires Toyota TRD SE FJ Wheels BFG AT 285/75/16, Load D Comms Kenwood TM-V71A 2m/70cm VHF/UHF Roof mounted NMO Stud Larsen 5/8 wave 2M whip, or Larsen 1/4 wave 2m/70cm dual band for around town Uniden Pro 520XL CB Larsen NMO27B CB / 10M Antenna (Base loaded 1/4 wave) Still working on a mount for the CB antenna, stay tuned... Misc Flashlight Receiver Shackle Llumar 20% on front windows So far, the only piece actually installed is the Kenwood ham rig and NMO stud in the roof. The rest of the pieces are in hand, waiting on some nice weather and a free weekend to start wrenching. Either way, the truck will be done by the time I begin the cross country trek to Rising Sun 4x4 Club's Cruise Moab 2011. Thanks to the guys here who stressed the importance of armor. I feel like I'll be in pretty good shape for most of the slickrock stuff out in UT. If I get some bumper bacon, then I'll worry about replacing them later. I talked to Bud at BudBuilt at length about the gas tank skid, and he said that a combo of the type of terrain I'd be wheeling on and smart driving should keep me from needing it. If I decide to add it later, he said they'd give me the discounted 5pc set price, so that was cool. Gotta give some props: Richard Stubbs was really nice to deal with, welded up a set of sliders quickly, shipped quickly, reasonably priced, a GREAT transaction. Once I get the things welded up and tested I'll post back, but everything I've read on his work has been nothing but complimentary. Bud of BudBuilt, also a really friendly guy. We probably talked for 20-30 minutes when I called in. His products seem to speak for themselves on many of the Toyota forums. I expect that I will be no exception. Metal Tech 4x4 was great to deal with. They were friendly on the phone, and very knowledgeable about all things Toyota. I would definitely do business with them again. As it sits right now... not for long Stubbs HD-SKO's. Stubbs HD-SKO's again. LR-UCA. New Suspension. Wheelmeat. Wheels. Ham radio.