Nice set up. Not too flashy yet functional. I am looking into getting into a similar setup. Which shop you used? Looks like you're close where I am at, guessing from the background of your pictures.
I had the tires put on by a friend up north, aside from that I took it to a place nearby where you can rent out maintenace racks that jacked the truck up by the frame, and that made it super easy to work on the truck.Nice set up. Not too flashy yet functional. I am looking into getting into a similar setup. Which shop you used? Looks like you're close where I am at, guessing from the background of your pictures.
Still waiting for the light bar to arrive (ordered through Amazon.com). Should be plug and play since I still have the holes I drilled for my previous BD lights (i.e. for routing the wire harness and switch).What a great looking truck. Tell us about the lights, where did you get them and how was the install?
1. Went with Thuren over Carli because I like Thuren's one piece design, as opposed to Carli's "adjustable" SB links. Drop bracket is not necessary as the rear track bar is almost flat. I've contacted Carli Suspension with a photo of my rear track bar and they told me not to get the drop bracket.Your truck looks really good. If you don't mind, can you share your thoughts on the following? I'm picking my 2018 up in the next few days and the build that I'm planning very closely follows the track you took with your truck.
1. Curious to know why you went with Thuren sway bar links over Carli links. Also wondering if you think a track bar drop bracket is necessary, like the one Carli offers either ala carte or with their suspension packages.
2. Lots and lots of love for the Mevotech UCAs on this site. I had Camburg UCAs on my old Tundra and was planning on trying out a set of delta joint equipped arms from ICON. Aside from the huge difference in cost, what made you decide to go Mevotech instead of ICON?
Thanks in advance!