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teambullet's Toyota Hilux Dual cab

 

• Make:

 

Toyota

• Model:

 

Hilux

• Series:

 

Dual cab

• Year:

 

2011

• Transmission:

 

Manual

• Owned since:

 

11/2011

• Location :

 

Randwick

 

Modifications

Rear air locker
Old man emu rear end
Caloffroad 3inch fronts
Arb front bar, brushes and steps
Arb Front bash plate
Warn winch
285 75 16s bf muds
Dual batts
Chip it chip
Custom Steel tray
4 terrain clutch

 

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boyanj90

 

Comment:

26/01/14  

that would be awesome, i bought the '4wd treks close to sydney' book, so many awesome places to check out. How do i add you? or msg you on this site? i cant seem to figure it out


teambullet

 

Comment:

21/01/14  

Likewise mate, will let you know next time i take my dual cab out.


boyanj90

 

Comment:

21/01/14  

Nice meeting you today mate


teambullet

 

Comment:

29/11/13  

Yeh mate.


Daniel1993

 

Comment:

29/11/13  

awesome. do they just clip straight on?


teambullet

 

Comment:

27/11/13  

Mate, they are 80series centre caps. Yeh they fit the 16s i run on this hilux but they dont fit the 15s on my comp truck.


Daniel1993

 

Comment:

26/11/13  

hey mate. just wondering where you got those Toyota centre caps from on your back wheels. do they fit on sunraysia rims?


teambullet

 

Comment:

29/06/13  

I didnt bother with it, have had no issues...


Daniel1993

 

Comment:

28/06/13  

Hey just wondering if you have sway bar relocators. I just got my 3 inch struts installed. Do you think I should get some?


Daniel1993

 

Comment:

11/06/13  

Cool, thanks mate. Looks like I will have to modify mine.


teambullet

 

Comment:

11/06/13  

Mate,the one up front is an arb one then i made up a custom one...Ta


Daniel1993

 

Comment:

10/06/13  

Ok thanks. What bash plates do you have? Did you have to modify them?


teambullet

 

Comment:

10/06/13  

Gday, if your raising the front i definately recommend the drop diff kit


Daniel1993

 

Comment:

10/06/13  

Hey sorry about all the questions. Just wondering if you have a diff drop kit and if you think it's needed? I was planning on getting it but didn't realise I would have to modify my bash plates.


Daniel1993

 

Comment:

10/06/13  

Hey sorry about all the questions. Just wondering if you have a diff drop kit and if you think it's needed? I was planning on getting it but didn't realise I would have to modify my bash plates.


Daniel1993

 

Comment:

10/06/13  

Hey sorry about all the questions. Just wondering if you have a diff drop kit and if you think it's needed? I was planning on getting it but didn't realise I would have to modify my bash plates.


Daniel1993

 

Comment:

30/05/13  

Ok sounds good. Thanks for your help


teambullet

 

Comment:

30/05/13  

Mate i did have to trim my body mount and the guard, wasnt till i got cal-offroad front bilstiens that i stopped rubbing there.


Daniel1993

 

Comment:

30/05/13  

I have a steel tray and have already modified my mud guards for my 32's, so the back will be fine. It's just the front that I'm not sure about. Did you have to trim the body mount?


Daniel1993

 

Comment:

30/05/13  

Thanks mate, I'm looking at the same type of setup. How much trimming did you have to do for the 33's?


Daniel1993

 

Comment:

30/05/13  

Thanks mate, I'm looking at the same type of setup. How much trimming did you have to do for the 33's?


teambullet

 

Comment:

24/05/13  

Mate, they still had a fair bit of down travel left in them, only had the medium springs and with canopy and draws in the back the weight was just right.


Daniel1993

 

Comment:

23/05/13  

Hi, just wondering how your old man emu shocks go with the extended shackles. Are they fully extended?


teambullet

 

Comment:

26/08/12  

I had all terrains on one of my vehicles band got rid of them not long after i bought them, as we did a club trip on some pretty small rock ledges, and it started to rain, where i found traction was very minimal, you can never pick the weather in the outback, better to have the muddies in my opinion over the all terrains as on road the difference is minimal.


teambullet

 

Comment:

26/08/12  

Gday Richard, regarding the muddies, mate i love them, the muddies are so versatile, get the pressures right and they are great on all terrain on any vehicle.


Richard.Kneipp

 

Comment:

25/08/12  

Hey mate great looking truck. Quick question how do you find the BFG Muds on the beach? I've got a 2006 SR5 with the stock 15 inch rims and looking at the BFG options. I'm leaning towards the BFG mud over the BFG AT but i'd spend more time on the sand and just wondering how you find your BFG muds on the road in the wet? Cheers,


Jgarcia91

 

Comment:

19/08/12  

Haha no no, no grinding for me either. Im researching it ATM and it doesnt looking like there are many. Hopefully as they become more popular the wheel companys will come up with one. Itll be a shame if we cant find a steel option.


teambullet

 

Comment:

15/08/12  

No probs, what tyre rim option were you thinking of in the steely? Prob with the alloys I've found is rock rash, and I've been told because of the brake upgrade that 16s won't fit the luxes that came out with factory 17s. Not sure if thats 100% true, but the 2 16s I've tried to fit on mine did hit the calliper, and its too new a model to start grinding down callipers. Lol. Denny


teambullet

 

Comment:

15/08/12  

No probs, what tyre rim option were you thinking of in the steely? Prob with the alloys I've found is rock rash, and I've been told because of the brake upgrade that 16s won't fit the luxes that came out with factory 17s.


Jgarcia91

 

Comment:

13/08/12  

The locker will make the world of difference, I'm tossing up between the steel rims big tire or factory rims smaller tyre options ATM. It's a tough one. Yours seems to work so well I dont know if I could justify the extra cash for an inch more diff clearance. Thanks for the info though Denny, it's very much appreciated


teambullet

 

Comment:

12/08/12  

Thanks mate, the bfs are 265 70 17, tallest bf that would fit under the guard in that width, love my bfs. Was considering changing to steel rims with a bigger offset but will see what happens. Yeh seems quite capable for what it is, will be happier when i get time to fit the arb locker i have sitting in my garage. Igot a bit lasy when i did that bit of driving and didn't air down at all, didn't set out to make a clip but had enough to make up a few minutes. Denny


Jgarcia91

 

Comment:

11/08/12  

Top truck mate! Just wondering what size tyres your running with the factory alloys? I have the same rims but haven't seen many muddies put on them. The vid is pretty cool too, very capable machines the hilux



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