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i would love to see, and hear all the modifications you may have done to your T100 for offroading, also aftermarket wheels, what would be the most backspacing i could get for my T100 on a 15x8 wheel? running 31-10.50's by the way
 

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My fender flares really help with the traction. Something about the aerodynamics through the wheel well causing reverse-downdraft, allowing me to float atop the mud.

These days I'm mostly an on-road kitty. I used to have a jeep with limited slip differentials front and back. As well as this T rides off road, it had nothing on that. Then again, the T is a hell of a lot more reliable.

Here's one thing I did do, though, that I haven't seen anyone else do but I've found useful.

Second hitch is good for shackle, winch, spare tire carrier, etc.
 

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thats neat, i had foglights on my T100, some cheapos i bought at walmart for $15, had only mounted one luckily, on the bottom of the frnt bumper, imma haveta go to the top of the bumper, as i went offroad and bam, there went one foglight bent all to HE!!, lol
 

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oh btw, can someone here tell me where to find an aftermarket skidplate for my T100?? that stock plastic junk aint cuttin it for me, lol
 

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I remember seeing someone having a template and made their own out of some aluminum sheet. Yer gonna have to search here, www.4x4wire.com, or www.yotatech.com to find it. Didn't bookmark it... ;)
 

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bam, i wouldnt mind findin that one where they made their own, maybe have a thread with directions, of course i'd go with some bigger stuff, made of like 1/8" steel, just to play it safe, for me, looks arent the main idea, but yet, the qaulity, lol, cause i mean, i can always paint, and when its scuffed, just clean it real fast, let it dry, and then touch it up

i will haveta search yotatech again, but i have found, their aint many T100 owners over there and you hardly ever get a response from a T100 user, so i dnt use it that often, lol
 

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Using Yahoo search... ;)

http://www.rockymountainsusp.com/SkidPlates.htm
Powder Coated Skid Plates for 4WD vehicles only Part # Price
93-96 T100 7082 $109.26

http://www.offroadunlimited.com/orustore/PC/viewPrd.asp?idproduct=4121
Pro Comp Stainless Steel Skid Plate
95-98 TOYOTA T100 SKID PLATE
SKU: 57193
Brand: Explorer Pro Comp
Price: $217.14

http://www.thoroughbreddiesel.com/procomp/skid-plate.htm
$190

Custom T100 skidplate and crossmember
http://www.defeliceinnovations.com/PRODUCTSBuilttoBeat/SKIDPLATES/tabid/152/Default.aspx

YotaTech thread...
http://www.yotatech.com/f28/t100-skid-plate-fab-drawing-41093/

That's just a few...using search. ;)
 

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thanks, i have been using google, lol but i didnt think to type in toyota T100 skidplates, just aftermarket accessories, thanks bam, appreciate that, now i need to get to work, and purchase one before i break something, lol i would love the stainless steel procomp, it would look nice, and not to bad of a price for what it is
 

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