ARB Bull Bar
ARB rock sliders w/ skids
Old Man Emu 886 and 895 springs with OME shocks
BFGoodrich A/T's in 285/70/r17 on stock alloys painted black (street and mild wheeling set)
Super Swamper LTB's in 34x10.50r16 mounted on ProComp 87 series in 16x8 w/3.75" BS and Gorilla black lugs (wheeling set)
I decided to go with these tires for a couple of reasons.
The trails down here are mostly ran in jeeps. Therefore, they are just wide enough for jeeps. Most of the time the trails are slick mud and this is the worst enemy of the BFG A/T. To get through some sections, i would have to use a good bit of throttle and have some speed.
Speed + not much traction + tight trails = the very likely chance of banged up body panels.
So, i went with a very aggressive bias ply tire as a wheeling only tire. Tall and narrow to reach down into the ruts that most of these trails have. They are no fun to drive on the highway. The FJ felt like a sports car when i put the A/T's back on.
Another reason, 126 a tire!!!
TRD cold air intake
Doug Thorley y-pipe
JBA cat-back exhaust (tip re-routed out to the side)
PIAA extreme white H4 bulbs
IPF 900XS series driving lights