One of these days i'm going to have to take a ride up there to run with you in your forest... the pics always look so wonderful.
The photos don't accurately show the scale - it's a pretty tiny trail overall, it only takes a few minutes to drive the whole thing. I need to add more sections, even I'm starting to get tired of the same lines.One of these days i'm going to have to take a ride up there to run with you in your forest... the pics always look so wonderful.
Thank you! The mileage has necessitated some repairs here and there, but even so it's always ready to drive, even when it's not 100% healthy.Love the truck. Love the pix. I feel the same way about my first TF2. I very rarely do anything resembling maintenance, even more rarely anything resembling a repair. It just continues to work, so I love it all the more. And glad to hear you're enjoying the skid.
Thank you sir!Another great update!
Ha, good eye. I'm in Manchester. There's a few New Englanders on this forum. There are dozens of us... dozens!This truck is sick!! I didn't realize you were in ct till I notice the colors on the license plate, I zoomed in and it said connecticut !
Awesome build!! Where in CT are you located??
Nice to another option for repairing these, love how "used" this truck is...makes me miss my original chino clone, that truck literally had miles on it and had been all over the country
Thanks, the slop certainly fit the character of the truck but it was getting pretty ridiculous.A sloppy front end is taking scale to another level on a worn old Hilux. There's something so cool about putting genuine miles on a truck like this. I look forward to more updates..
It seems SO much better so far. I'm a happy camper!I've just put a set of the Bowhouse mounts on my JDM TF2 too, two to too 2. Aswell...
It's a massive improvement over the stock geometry, i'm now running the full set of stock leaves in the rear (no internal shock springs) and it's driving really nicely. A bit more drive time and I think it'll only get better.
Thanks for making great products! I printed a BowHouse sticker for the tailgate, if I ever get to meet you guys in person I'll replace it with a real one.Thanks for sharing the update. Glad to hear you guys are liking the mounts and skids!
Some great new pictures DougJ. What beach is this?
After some testing outside, both at night and during the day, I think the tails are actually pretty good. They look brighter on camera but they're pretty spot-on in person, so no modification necessary!Although I have personally never done it, one can solder in a resistor in-line to cut down on the power going to the LED's. Depending on which one you use, you might be able to find that perfect brightness...