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Hefty Fabworks bumper, Artec 5G sliders, Bellypan system and more- West Central TX

Discussion in '5th Gen 4Runner Parts Marketplace (2010+)' started by Snickel Fritz, Jun 20, 2022.

  1. Jun 20, 2022 at 5:33 PM
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    Snickel Fritz

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    UPDATED- Dropped price $100, will consider driving under certain circumstances, posted far below.

    For sale in San Angelo, Texas- local pickup only (well, the bumper and other heavy stuff, anyway- read on)...

    Hefty Fabworks full width steel hybrid front winch bumper with Pre-Runner hoop, with cooler line/washer reservoir shield ("skid") plates.
    Comes with everything that Hefty sent with it- main bumper, 2 frame mount brackets, aluminum lower filler panel, two powdercoated black skid plates, and the hardware they sent with it.
    No items were ever mounted, they look the same as when I got them aside from the extra dust...20220620_184613.jpg 20220620_184621.jpg 20220620_184631.jpg 20220620_184653.jpg 20220620_184713.jpg

    Selling for $1,100.00 USD, cash or transfer. Will include the stand, and will discount for bundling with other items to be mentioned after this post...

    Edit;
    As of this posting (and for the past couple of months at least) getting one of these requires either access to a commercial address with a loading dock (tractor-trailer access) @ $1,940 + tax, or driving to the nearest participating freight hub (if available) and paying $1,780 + tax. Lead times were the standard 4-8 weeks the last I checked, but they do have these in stock in batches on occasion.
    The shipping requirements aren't a problem for a lot of people, but for some (including me aside from a lucky break) these were just unattainable without driving for several hours to a hub.

    The weight is said to be a little over 100 lbs. all in all, and from picking up and moving the main bumper I'd say that feels about right.
    It fits in the back of my ORP (5 seater) with the seats folded, and I recommend having a blanket. Everything but the main bumper will fit in a milk crate.

    If you buy the bumper and the SS3 Pro fogs (you'll need them if you don't already have aftermarket fog pods) it's $1,400 together.

    If you buy another large item (sliders, skids) you'll get $100 off the total. Buy all three armor pieces and you'll get $200 off the total.

    I am waiting until I can get the space ready to take pics of my suspension (Eibach adjustable front struts, Toytec/Eibach +120# front coils, Eibach pro/sport truck rear shocks, Eibach rear load level kit/springs, all new in box) before I officially post them, and I also have a Dometic CFX3 95DZ fridge/freezer that needs wiped down and pics taken... but these other two large items going at the same time would warrant a bulk discount as well I think... I just need to officially post, price, and then I can figure an appropriate discount.

    Oh, and there will also be lots of tools, materials, accessories etc. that relates to the big items.
    I also have a never used Battleborn 12v 100AH LiFePo4 auxiliary battery, a Renogy DCC50S charge control unit (alternator/solar charges aux and starter battery), two 100w rigid slimline solar panels, an unopened quart of Masterseries silver primer (buy both steel items and all of my paint/chemicals are yours, along with any other bits I find that were intended for those installs).

    Lots of stuff coming up the pipe, so feel free to PM me with questions, ideas, etc.
     
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    UPDATE- Price dropped another $100

    Here are my Artec 5G rock sliders/steps. I've had them on for a little over a year now, and I've never gotten to use them, even as a lifting point <sniffle>.

    They were washed in phosphoric acid, neutralized, heavily prepped and cleaned spotless (and chemically inert) before coating in Masterseries MCU aluminum MCU primer... which is saltwater bridge paint. It looks like freshly fallen snow when new, if snow was made of microscopic aluminum flakes.
    So this stuff is working great, and it can be touched up and kept as is if desired. It can also be scuffed/sanded a bit, wiped with acetone and be recoated, or sandblasted and powdercoated if that's your bag... but the primer can be safely refreshed.

    Actually, you could ignore it and no major rust will form, but they look sleek and gorgeous when fresh and clean so I recommend a full top-coat of the Rustoleum matte black Hammered at least, to make them look new.20210428_094257.jpg 20210428_094343.jpg 20210428_094416.jpg 20220620_193759.jpg 20220620_193819.jpg 20220620_193835.jpg 20220620_193855.jpg
    Selling these for $600.00, local pickup. I can include the hardware that was sent by Artec and used, but honestly I would purchase new stainless hardware... maybe with something other than a 10mm hex head, to make installation and removal easier.

    Edit; These are on sale right now, and would cost $1,253.00 to ship them to me raw... hmm...

    So while I know that they normally cost about $1,600 shipped, getting them at nearly half the current price is more fair. So, I dropped another $100.00 off the sliders themselves. $700.00 by themselves, $100.00 off the total if bought with either bumper or skid plates, and $200.00 off if all three purchased.

    Edit; Dropped price another $100!
     
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  3. Jun 20, 2022 at 6:35 PM
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    Up next is my Artec Bellypan skid plate set- the whole shebang, including the gas tank skid and lower control arm skids.

    These have the best coverage by far of any other skid plate that I have seen on the market to date. They're also the strongest aluminum I could find, using thick galvanized steel box frames for mounting/jack points. These things look amazing, especially when new and shiny, or on a seriously lifted 4Runner.
    The edges of the main skid span from the *outside edges* of the truck frame, leaving just a 1/4" vertical gap... look these up on built rigs, they cover a LOT and look good doing it.20200624_175121.jpg 20200624_175238.jpg 20200624_175345.jpg 20200624_175356.jpg 20200629_183038.jpg 20210428_094343.jpg
    They've been on my 4R for about two years now, and though they were never bought for bashing over rocks, they've been amazing at keeping tumbleweeds, plastic bags and roadkill from touching my 4R's dangly bits without sober permission.
    MAJOR BENEFITS- they keep my cat safely tucked behind 1/4" 6061 aluminum plate, with zero ingress points for a saw (they can't see or maneuver the blade) and the recessed/flush hardware is in a few different metric allen sizes. Nobody is gonna steal these, or your catalytic converter while these are on.
    The gas tank skid is surprisingly beefy as well, with walls that go up the sides a few inches instead of just being a flat cookie sheet, or having a small lip.

    These also kept the other kind of cats (and squirrels!) OUT of my engine bay, which was previously a huge problem that caused me a lot of stress going to work in the mornings. If you have this problem too, you'll get it...

    The skids are dirty, but have never been off road or beaten up at all. The galvanized hardware could benefit from a scuff and prime, or even just brush it all with silver antisieze wherever it has surface rust and/or touches anything else. I would personally drill out the rusty rivets that hold the Artec logo onto the a-arm skids, I just took them off and haven't gotten around to it yet so if you want to keep the logo, a dab of silver paint on each rivet (4 total) and you're good to go.
    You can use these as intended, or mall crawl, or anything in between... they clean up nicely, but they were made for sliding over clay banks, mossy logs and crackhead porcupines.

    These will remain on my 4R until they are ready to sell, because frankly I need them. I'll remove them prior to meet up, and include the hardware but of course some bits you should probably buy new stainless replacements for (but keep the exact dimensions and head types otherwise if possible).
    Selling for $1,500.00 cash or bank transfer, local pickup of course.

    Edit: Ordering these new right now costs twice what I'm asking... and they're on sale. Most of the year, these go for right ~$4k to your door... way too much IMO (and yours I'm sure), but I'd say new, going for $2500 or a bit more would be justifiable and somewhat competitive.
    Being that these really are some of the best skids on the market (I do believe they are THE best aluminum skid set) and offer lightweight coverage like no one else, I figure $500 off for being used (but really just dirty, no contact ever made on them) and $300 off for the shipping (what Artec charges for shipping from CO to TX) is pretty fair. I imagine anyone buying this will want the sliders as well, so if both are purchased together I will drop $100 off the total (from $2400 to $2300) <edited to reflect price drop of sliders>

    Edit AGAIN; Dropped price again, to $1,500 from $1,700.
     
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  4. Jun 20, 2022 at 7:51 PM
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    Diode Dynamics SS3 Pro Amber SAE Fog light kit, with two clear lenses included.
    These were never used, only opened once to check after receiving them and inspected immediately prior to posting.
    This combo allows for either classic yellow, or a near-OEM matching soft white if using the clear lenses, which is also supposed to be very close to the "color" of the OEM white halogen low/beams (h11 or h9).20220620_211244.jpg 20220620_211350.jpg 20220620_211408.jpg 20220620_211447.jpg 20220620_211459.jpg 20220620_211608.jpg

    Selling for $350.00, local pickup *suggested*.
    Will knock $50.00 off if purchased with the bumper.

    While this is an easy item to ship (and sell), I don't feel comfortable using reversible fund transfers, which is why I *suggest* that anyone interested be able to pickup locally. If you want to pay the ~$15-$25 shipping, and trust that I send it, then I might consider that eventually. I'm trying to have this available for whoever buys the bumper, so at least for now (until the bumper is sold) this is a local pickup item.
     
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    Once again I am in the wrong part of the country, those skids are so nice. Good luck with your sale Fritz, and all the best to you.
     
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    Why the removal and sale of the skids & sliders?
     
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    Gamiviti mounts for DIY roof racks...
    I never liked these for my purposes, but they will work for those who want to attach either a basic roof rack or other large item (such as a custom box or solar panels) to their roof. These work for many different vehicles, and of course can be used as a bracket for all kinds of stuff.

    The hardware they sent was junk, so I added in some rounded-head stainless bolts with stainless nuts and washers to hold the assemblies together. The bolts for going to the roof itself are just M8 x 1.25 and have about 15mm below the roof before bottoming out, but there's no telling what or how you might want to attach these to so I'm not including the roof bolts. These are scratched a bit, and required some bending in a vise to get them to line up properly, so they're going for cheap.
    Edit; Per the "bending"... the only part that was bent on these mounts, was the top tab which is supposed to be relatively flat across all four corners. This is where the user is supposed to attach their rack/item. Out of the box, these were all about 10 degrees off, with the center of the roof line being low and the outer sides being high (imagining lines that follow the tab mounting surfaces).
    I was able to bend them to be nearly flat all around when mounted, but I decided to change my entire design and the Gamivitis just weren't needed anymore. I will include a piece of thin SBR rubber for you to cut gasket material out of, and a few inches of butyl tape for sealing the roof.
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    $50.00 cash or transfer, local pickup or buyer pays shipping.

    Edit 2; These are going for $155 plus shipping/tax right now, I seem to recall them costing me ~$180 to my door. If you'd like to make a simple frame rack or just attach crossbars to these for a lightweight, minimalist roof mount system, I might also consider selling some of my aluminum extrusions (20mm series T and V slot, multiple shapes and lengths) and perhaps even the hardware you'd need.
    I bought enough material to make a monstrosity or two, but never found the time, place or ultimately money to finish my design. If you have a project that extrusions would be great for, but maybe don't want to pay a minimum of $150 or so just to get a couple of 1m lengths, we might be able to work something out.
     
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    I'm anticipating the sale of the 4Runner soon... no set date, just soon.
     
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    Thanks, John!
    If you were as close as Gary, I'd haul it to you and split the gas difference, and toss in the other Platinum Member perks you're entitled to!
     
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    ARB Differential Breather kit- never used, barely glanced at before checking it and taking these pics.
    This will turn your 4Runner, Plymouth Neon, golf cart or your granny into a deep submersible capable of burrowing to the planet's core while blasting Aerosmith and holding Bruce Willis' hand.

    Or it might only let you cross deep puddles with 20% less pucker.20220620_220614.jpg 20220620_220631.jpg 20220620_220639.jpg 20220620_220655.jpg
    Meh... $50 plus shipping, or if you show up and buy something big I'll toss it in, assuming it's still here.

    No tire kickers, I know what I have... better hurry before a major museum's curator finds me!
     
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    Thanks Fritz, i hope you plan on sticking around the forum after you sell the Runner?
     
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    Oh I'll be around for a while I'm sure. I imagine once I sell it the post partum will keep me away for a month or so, but I'm like sand spurs... I'll pop up again!
     
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    Some pics I found which might be useful...

    Some shots of aluminum extrusions, to give you an idea what I was talking about above.
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    A pic of one of the sliders, while brushed up nicely. I *almost* tried to seal them this way, but was warned off the idea by wiser men than myself...
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    My tacky, unpainted sharkfin antenna "delete" plug and cap. It's a dirty, gooey mess, but if someone wants to rub some solvent over it, maybe spray paint it to semi-match their roof, they can have it. I won't make a trip to the post office or UPS store just to give away a freebie, but if you're buying something else (like the roof rack mounts and other stuff) and I'm shipping to you anyway, I'll toss this in at your request.
    It's just an aluminum block to plug the hole and keep everything still, a piece of aluminum plate as a cap, a stainless low profile bolt holding those together, and also which goes through the interior clamping bracket (a piece of aluminum scrap) and is then held down tightly with a stainless hex nut. The cap bottom is entirely covered in SBR gasket, the key block is exposed but gets held snugly with butyl all around that hole anyway.
    This didn't leak once in three years, nor did it even allow dust to intrude... the stock rack was letting mud into my headliner within the first year.20201014_162238.jpg
     

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    Great prices!
     
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    Not sure which is better, the prices or the descriptions! :taco:
     
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    Sorry, you're on your own with that...:rolleyes:
     
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    Quality parts at a great price! You getting out of the 4runner game? Whats next?
     
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    Don't lie... you know you're joining in at home on that one! :wink:
     
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    I think I'd like to keep the idea of fabbing up vehicle accessories on a cottage scale for the future, but my next steps are all about surviving... I'll probably end up with a Toyota econobox, minivan, maybe even a hybrid? The prices on Geos, Suzukis, and AMCs are shocking, so I'm gonna stick with boring reliability.

    Then I'll throw on some Yokohama G003 M/Ts, rip out the seats, and start the process of building out granny safari rat rig. What fun is a reliable vehicle if it has no character?
     
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    Daily bump... and a reminder to myself that I need to clean up the OEM LED fogs, and post them!
     
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    Toyota OEM LED fog/driving lights. These things have been one of my favorite upgrades since I installed them- and the lenses look almost new somehow!
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    I'm almost inclined to keep these, since they work in so many other vehicles (some of which I may replace the 4R with)... but I will sell them for $70 + shipping, or toss them in with another, larger purchase.
    If you want to "fabricate" a box for these to fit aftermarket bumpers (or even for non-vehicle lighting), it wouldn't be difficult or terribly expensive, these basically need a bracket and some simple shielding around the sides. If you want the Hefty Bumper but not the DD SS3 Pros, and need fogs, I'll throw these in so you can have fogs for a few bucks and a couple hours of arts and crafts. :thumbsup:

    Edit; These are listed as "incompatible" with my 2018 TRD ORP... but they were plug and play, faster to install than the RAV4 mirrors.
    They *might* fit early 5th gens, I do not know honestly... but the harness socket is the same basic two-prong that is on my stock halogen fogs, and there have been zero electrical or output issues.

    I imagine that the mounting issue can be solved with some ingenuity for those who would have it, but I'd advise pulling out your stockers to compare the shapes before buying.

    edit update; It appears that these have been successfully fitted into a 2011 without modification!
     
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    UPDATE!

    Dropped prices on my armor again- now it's $1,100 for the Hefty bumper, $600 for the Artec sliders and $1,500 for the Artec bellypan set... so yes, now it's worth it to bring the full size and buy all of it.
     
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    Two days since my last bump... I prefer a bunch of 1-day coins as opposed to a single year or something.

    Anyway, I'm seriously debating putting the CFX3 95DZ up... but I don't want to. I love it. Most of the scuffs rubbed off, as they were transfers from *other* materials. It runs quiet as always, and can get colder than the Frigidaire we have in the house.
    Besides, everyone wants shipping and this is impossible to ship for all practical purposes. Yeah, I think I'm gonna keep the fridge and accompanying solar stuff. I won't need the money once I sell the 4Runner, I'll need the space... and that's mostly an issue of getting rid of the 4R-specific mods.

    Okay, nice long bump, and an update to remove the fridge, Battleborn, Renogy, and panels. I would rather stuff 'em into my future vehicle than sell them for a song, while I still have the armor and such. So, until the armor and suspension is gone (or if I buy a vehicle which cannot accommodate it), this stuff is going back in my personal toy box.
     
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    UPDATE-

    I have decided that driving to deliver the bumper, skids, sliders or some combination thereof might be doable... but it would require some conditions.

    The distance shouldn't be more than 300 or so miles away from my spot, or the cost to travel becomes prohibitive. The meeting spot should be in a populated area, preferably in a "safe transfer area" in a police parking lot.
    I still plan on using Zelle, cash, or a combination (Zelle often caps transfers, especially between new contacts), so this is best for both of us.

    I would of course have to charge extra for my travel costs, but I can fit the bumper, sliders, SS3 Pro fogs, and of course other small stuff like leftover paint supplies (unopened quart of primer included). So, if you decide to buy multiple items at once, you can still get a bulk discount to offset the travel costs, and still come out ahead. I refuse to take tolls, and I won't be going into a major metro area either... too much crazy traffic for hauling hundreds of pounds of steel behind the seat.

    I figured out that if I keep it to less than 300 miles I can get there and back for $300. So, $1/mile to the meeting point seems fair.

    I need to be clear though- I won't even consider meeting up with new members, long-time members with scant presence on the forum, members whose main use of the forum is the marketplace, those who break forum rules regarding trades/sales, and of course those who ignore the terms and prices I've posted.

    And since we all love marketing bullshit... here's some babies and stuff.20220518_193026.jpg 20210110_185713.jpg 20200602_232135.jpg 20200824_151340.jpg
     
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    Update again...

    Really? Read before messaging.
     
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    Bump- I'm narrowing down my next ride, and the choices are tending towards vehicles that none of the armor will fit in. If that is how it pans out, I'll probably just sell the armor for scrap before I lose the ability to haul it there.
     
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    What is your location in Texas Fritz? I would hate for you to have to scrap the stuff, that sucks.
     
  28. Jun 28, 2022 at 4:44 PM
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    Snickel Fritz

    Snickel Fritz [OP] Do not develop this member's app

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    I'm in San Angelo, which is about an hour and a half South/Southwest of Abilene. My preference of course is to not have a total loss, but time and luck are making all of my decisions for me these days.
     

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