What have you done to your Tacoma today?

JayQQ97

MW surVivor ... MT. 279k miles
I've use 303 rubber seal protectant and conditioner in the past on older vehicles along with this rustoleum restore for headlights and rustoleum wipe on for bumper plastic and moldings. Both work great, and last about a year with normal amount of car wash's.
I am certainly enthusiastic about trying that out, sounds like good stuff!
Some other 303 products I've used have same washout results but they are more for interior apps
 

JayQQ97

MW surVivor ... MT. 279k miles

JayQQ97

MW surVivor ... MT. 279k miles
Cleaning some crusty weathered exhaust heat shield stud threads
Using the OEM brand thread restore set
And plenty of nutZ lube!
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JayQQ97

MW surVivor ... MT. 279k miles
I found rustoleum wipe new works even better if its on outside plastic/rubber molding, or trim.

If the door panel cards ever need removed I am putting in new glass runs and some new speakers
I tore some out at a junkyard once and they are a pain and go way down into the door
 

JayQQ97

MW surVivor ... MT. 279k miles
...got a bit too crazy with that wd40 today and started using it like butter :eek:

Is it less costly by the spray bottle or the gallon can
 

rocket

Well-Known Member
I use it all the time lol. Even cleaning my hands. Then dawn after that. anyways the truck is all set. Bilstiens in the rear.
FCS struts in the front. Bug shield coming in with a few bull rings coming in. Leather wrap over the shifter and an a/c drip mod done since the lift work was done.
 

JayQQ97

MW surVivor ... MT. 279k miles
Engine oil Filter element inspection
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and some razzle dazzle on that '96 Corolla crapBox that now is a beater but doing a restore onit LOL

fuel tube protector to protect all of those new oem fuel tubes :eek:
it sparkles in the sun where it certainly dont shine
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JayQQ97

MW surVivor ... MT. 279k miles
juiced up the taco, squeezed 18.3 gallon @ shell 3.45
Used that recently won 1$ sweepstakes award + dunkinD + AAP for a savings of 43$ on a 20 gal max :eek:
That should get the rig another 470 miles at 55 or under... or just 370 at 'normal' speeds go with the flow
 

Taco critter

Mall crawler 4 life
juiced up the taco, squeezed 18.3 gallon @ shell 3.45
Used that recently won 1$ sweepstakes award + dunkinD + AAP for a savings of 43$ on a 20 gal max :eek:
That should get the rig another 470 miles at 55 or under... or just 370 at 'normal' speeds go with the flow
:rolleyes:
 

Rock62

Well-Known Member
Today, 10/19/22, my truck has been used as rubbish bin for construction debris. Soon, I'll make a trip to the local landfill, 30 miles away. Not very local.

The load is a mix of carpet, padding, tack strip, wood scrap, OSB scrap, vinyl plank flooring scrap and boxes.

Does this count for "What I've done to my Tacoma today"?

BTW, I really dislike tack strip. Its got to be the devil's invention. Sharp nails on both sides attached to brittle splinter wood. :mad::eek:
 

Taco critter

Mall crawler 4 life
Today, 10/19/22, my truck has been used as rubbish bin for construction debris. Soon, I'll make a trip to the local landfill, 30 miles away. Not very local.

The load is a mix of carpet, padding, tack strip, wood scrap, OSB scrap, vinyl plank flooring scrap and boxes.

Does this count for "What I've done to my Tacoma today"?

BTW, I really dislike tack strip. Its got to be the devil's invention. Sharp nails on both sides attached to brittle splinter wood. :mad::eek:
Bonfire
 

JayQQ97

MW surVivor ... MT. 279k miles
i probably shoulda used some of this after scuff sanding those centercaps before the black paint
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but i did not
and that acrylic clearcoat really made them glossy... not sure if that will pan out or not, we shall see
 
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