A simple upgrade to S-V.4 LED H11 / H16 Bulbs from incandescent halogen. Unlike the older LEDs that I had in my FJ these do a great job om mimicking the light element of the incandescent halogen in position and size.
Digging up an old image of the LEDs in my FJ, look at this mess. Look at the upper right corner at the light being projected on the ceiling. The only thing old style LED bulbs did when they replaced incandescent bulbs was blind drivers in oncoming traffic.
These provided a nice clean cut-off when the low beams were on and really good distance projection with high beams. Also I didn't have anyone flash their high beams because they were being blinded.
It doesn't hang as low as the older tanks that I've seen pictures of. Maybe about a half inch below the frame. I might take some ABS plastic and create a rock shield for it. Just to protect the metal tank from paint chips and rusting.
Rego shock guards in. You have to undo the axle u-bolts to mount it. I need a half inch impact wrench. I also need to add a 22 mm deep socket and an 18 mm wrench to the tool set that I carry.
Used a vernier caliper to make sure they were all equal before I started to torque them down.
Leaving a tool out in the sun sucks. Leaving one of these black Stanley tools out in the sun takes sucks to a whole new level. Grab a hold of one of these after it's been sitting in the sun for an hour.
I should have followed my instincts and got the Timbren u-bolt flip kit and installed it at the same time. I just held off because I didn't know if they'd work with the OME Darkar heavy leaf springs.
Getting those u-bolt plates off with a torque wrench (longer handle) was like rowing a boat across the Atlantic. The threads rusted and even with seafoam the work didn't let up until the nuts started to come off the threads.
Surprisingly I didn't have an issue with the shocks and getting the bolt through.