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Usually one of the best threads on a forum.

What did you do to your truck today?? PICTURES.......are worth 1,000 words.

I washed the salt off mine.
 

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I washed the salt from mine 2 days ago. Today I put salt back on it.
 

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Installed a bed cover...after debating over the Peragon or Retraxone, I finally chose the Retrax.
 

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You notice a big difference?
Oh hell yeah! I am loving the tune so far. I will be data logging soon, so we can tweak the tune some more. I have a 91 tune. Boost approx 16 pounds. 1st and 2nd gear spinning the tires :)
 

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Put on some Bilsteins 5100s on back, left side (front and rear) was 1/2 " lower than right (i guess my lard ass) lol, now it's back level :):) didn't raise any
 

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Got the windows tinted, Truxedo Truxport cover, Line-X, OEM bedmat with F150 logo, K&N filter, Corsa resonator delete (stock catback), getting windshield tinted after it gets replaced for laminate issues.


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I broke in the super crew rear floor with a hottie
What's a hottie? What is the proper technique for breaking in the SCrew rear seat floor? Should you do it with the seats up or down? One seat up, one down? Which side up first? Doors open or shut? Is it a messy procedure? Do you need a blanket to cover things up? When's the best time to do it? If it's it a noisy procedure, I don't want to wake the neighbors!

Sorry for for all the questions but this is my first SCrew cab, didn't have to do it with the Tacoma as it wasn't a SCrew cab just a double cab and there was never any mention on the Tacoma forums of a "hottie" or breaking in the rear floor.
 
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