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Well I started with a stock 2007 FJ and here is what I put together in less then 3 months. Let me know what you think....

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Is this a sponsored truck? What company? AEM? I didn't know they were into off-road. I trust that company.....what do they have for the FJC?

It's very nice looking.

Any dirty action shots?
 

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Is this a sponsored truck? What company? AEM? I didn't know they were into off-road. I trust that company.....what do they have for the FJC?

It's very nice looking.

Any dirty action shots?
Not really I had some help from people but not all sponsored. I have built a lot of show and race cars and I just trying to make a name for my self in the truck world. I hope to get more sponsors with the next truck.

AEM is a great company. They have been involved in Off Road Racing for years now with the Dry Flow Filter. Check out there web site. They have an Intake for FJ and I used there gauges in mine. www.aempower.com

I do not have any action shots yet.
 

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Everyone mods their trucks but when I see multiple custom stickers to match the design of their rig......I know you mean business.

Hope to see it in person someday. Thanks for sharing.
 

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Everyone mods their trucks but when I see multiple custom stickers to match the design of their rig......I know you mean business.
It's a little Martha Stuart to me, when I see adventure in interesting places... now that is business. Maybe I'm just jealous, chalk it up to that.
 

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It's a little Martha Stuart to me, when I see adventure in interesting places... now that is business. Maybe I'm just jealous, chalk it up to that.
Thanks guys... After the SEMA show and the magazine shoot the decals are coming off.
 
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Wow....what a cool rig! But please forgive me....all that, and still have the bling plate? You might wanna ditch that thing and get a real skid....you will gain a lot of clearance, and get some real protection under there.

Other than that, you have an AWESOME rig brother!!
 

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Wow....what a cool rig! But please forgive me....all that, and still have the bling plate? You might wanna ditch that thing and get a real skid....you will gain a lot of clearance, and get some real protection under there.

Other than that, you have an AWESOME rig brother!!
Yea I might get rid of the skid plate one of these days...
 

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the first time you do some more extreme offroading that bling plate is going to get owned, that thing is most worthless thing toyota offers for the fj
 

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the first time you do some more extreme offroading that bling plate is going to get owned, that thing is most worthless thing toyota offers for the fj
Yea I hear that. I got mine free from a dealer so I will just run it until it bends.
 

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Nice, nice, nice....I am wiping the drool off my keyboard!

I have been wanting to do a black hood and roof, but being a woman it is very hard for me to make a final decision! ::)

I am thinking of going a vinyl route, so it is not permanent. I am also worried about heat, the black holding in heat in the engine compartment???? But I guess the BD FJ's don' have problems ??? Besides a move back to SoCal is looking more and more like a reality! YAY!
 

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Well my roof and hood are a Dark Gray color from a Scion TC... I did not want black because I think black would be to common. The hood is hard to paint because of that tape line you need to lay to follow the factory line. Thank you for the compliments.
 
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