Erik from Wyoming sends us photos of his Supercharged 2015 Tacoma featuring our winch bumper in our special Teflon infused silver powder coat and a Smittybilt 9500lb winch with steel cable. Erik has also added a 3″ ToyTec Boss lift with American racing wheels wrapped in BFG KO2 tires.
To top it off he has a Magnuson Supercharger making 325hp/375 ft lbs all exiting Flowmaster duals.
Daren from Washington state sends us some interesting photos of his 2013 Tacoma with our winch bumper installed. He used a Warn M8000S with a Factor55 ProLink but also installed an N-Fab light bar ‘which is attached to the bumper with some DIY brackets.’.
What is notable beyond the custom light bar installation is the fact that his Taco is supercharged.
“Brad, not sure if you remember, but before I ordered my bumper I e-mailed you about whether I would have to move my intercooler pump. Well the answer is yes, I had to move it up about 4”. Pretty easy to do, but if anybody else asks you can tell them it does have to move. I included a picture with the pump in it’s original location and one after I moved it.”
“Really happy with the looks and the quality of the bumper, thanks.”
Nice work and good information to have for other supercharged Taco owners!
We will be sharing a ton of customer photos over the next few weeks but first up is Jason from Houston, Texas and his 2012 Toyota Tacoma with our Mean Mother 12000lb winch with wireless remote, Sirius Pro Series lights and Van Beest shackle combination kit along with our optional Teflon infused black powder coat on the bumper and shackles. Very nice rig!
Another happy customer, Gus from Oregon, sends us photos of his 2015 Tacoma with our winch bumper and Warn M8000 installed. While the M8000’s control port points straight up you can still easily plug in your control cable by opening the hood or purchase an extension cable and mount it in your grille for easy access. He coated the bumper with Herculiner roll on bedliner.
Another happy customer. Praveen from California sends us photos of his Tacoma with our 2012-15 Tacoma winch bumper, Engo 12000lb winch, Sirius Pro Series flood lights with Amber removable covers and Van Beest shackles. He also opted for our special Teflon black powdercoat for the bumper and the shackles. Notice the factory skid plate too. Very nice!
Another customer, Glen from Florida, sends us a few photos of his 2013 Tacoma with our winch mount bumper and Van Beest shackles. He added a Badlands 9000lb winch and Quadfire LED lights. You can also see he managed to fit an under bumper receiver in there as well. Good job and a nice Taco!
From Thomas H in North Carolina comes a photo of his Tacoma with our winch bumper, shackles, Factor 55 Pro Link and Warn Zeon 10S package including our special Teflon powder coat. He had to do a litle trimming on the brace above the winch but otherwise fit just fine!
Customer from Tacoma World, Pinnacle Pete from Arkansas, has a few photos of his 2014 Tacoma with our 12-15 Tacoma winch bumper, Engo winch, Van Beest shackles and lights. “Well pleased with looks and ruggedness of mine”. Very nice!
From the guys at Dixie 4 Wheel Drive: We just finished installing this Winch, US Off Road Bumper, and LED pods into the factory cover on this 2015 Toyota USA Tacoma with a Factor55 Pro Link. Nice clean look. #usoffroad #dixie4wheeldrive Dixie Four Wheel Drive
Zack from Oklahoma sends us a photo of his 2013 Tacoma with our winch bumper, Van Beest shackles and a Smittybilt X20 winch. He also optioned for our special Teflon powder coating. Lights are generic. Looks great!
Bill from Portland Texas sends a few photos of his 2015 Tacoma and one of our winch mount bumpers and Engo winch combos. Very clean install and looks nice for sure. One thing Bill did which we thought was clever was take the center grille that was in the lower bumper and trim it to clip back in to the grooves and hide that trim/grooves. If you look closely he even kept some of the slats in the grille intact. Another good way to finish things off!