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I've lurked for a bit, but now I'm finally am getting around to sharing our "build" - as much of a build as a minivan alternative can really be. But hey - we do get ours muddy!

Most recent photo:


Our Atlas is a 19 VR6 SEw/T, and while it can't take everything my Tacoma can, it gets us where we want to go with a considerable amount of creature comforts.

Suspension:
H&R Lifting Springs
High Angle CV boots to be installed for peace of mind. (more on this later)

Wheels/Tires:
18x9.5 et22 Revolve 0119's in Rustic Bronze
265/65/18 Goodyear Wranglers (soon to be swapped for Hankook Dynapro AT-M's)
Wheel stud conversion

Engine/Exhaust:
B2BFab Wookie Pipe
DIY Cone Intake

Exterior/Lighting:
Selective Yellow LED fog bulbs
Selective Yellow Ditch Lights with generic clamp on mounts (to be swapped for CalieRaised Ditch Light brackets) w/wireless relay
40in roof rack mounted light bar
Teramont Rear Spoiler
Chrome Deleted Front Grill
Custom Plate & Extrusion Full Roof Rack mounted with Yakima Railgrab towers.
AirDesign (Basecamp) Fender Flares (pending re-install)
Rear Bumper Guard
Driver side hash marks (#racecar)

Interior:
Full LED Swap
Tempered Glass Infotainment Protector
Perforated Leather steering wheel w/red stitching
Matte "Carbon Fiber" wrapped overlays
Molle Seat back organizers w/water bottle, tactical wipe dispenser, first aid kit, etc.
SlowTon Dog Seatbelts
MonsterMats & 3D MAXpider Cargo Liner



Progression:

Obligatory stock shot shortly after bringing it home


Made use of some old wheels to hold me over until I found what I wanted.



Ditch Lights added






Once the Revolves & spoiler went on






Setup for our first family vacation


Found some dirt along the way.




Came home with our roof rack






Flares Installed & Lifted



 

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Welcome to the forum love the build!
You have more [email protected] than me to take your Atlas off roading! However they are more than than able to do it. I enjoy seing some sweet mods nice job keep us posted.
 
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