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Old 10-02-2020, 02:18 PM   #451
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Last bath for the Runner until after hunting season.

Negatives- ran out of shiny sauce after the first wheel haha!

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We rented one like that in Colorado last year. By the time we turned it in my wife was wanting me to trade the taco in.

I just dont know if I could throw 20 sacks of feed into a limited 4 runner and barrel thru the youpons

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We rented one like that in Colorado last year. By the time we turned it in my wife was wanting me to trade the taco in.

I just dont know if I could throw 20 sacks of feed into a limited 4 runner and barrel thru the youpons

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Eh, I've done it. Roof rack and hitch rack as well.

I've owned both and will never go back to a truck I don't think. Unless I could get a "ranch truck" . I'd get a single cab something.

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Really wanting to do the 3”-1” level on my ‘12 Tundra Crew

Front bumper replace w ranch hand summit or something similar

Rear bumper eventually

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Really wanting to do the 3”-1” level on my ‘12 Tundra Crew

Front bumper replace w ranch hand summit or something similar

Rear bumper eventually

Chrome delete

Pull the trigger! Lifes short, your truck doesn't have to be!

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Old 10-12-2020, 05:34 AM   #457
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Really wanting to do the 3”-1” level on my ‘12 Tundra Crew

Front bumper replace w ranch hand summit or something similar

Rear bumper eventually

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What’s the story on that wagon???!


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Took the new setup on our first trip. Everything worked well, except my supplemental power situation. I guess my small lithium batteries are going bad, couldn’t recharge all our stuff before it died. Pretty happy with the results....



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Took the new setup on our first trip. Everything worked well, except my supplemental power situation. I guess my small lithium batteries are going bad, couldn’t recharge all our stuff before it died. Pretty happy with the results....



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Man. That is incredible! I'd love to have a setup like that but no time to camp due to coaching unless its middle of winter or summer! And tents don't work there!

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Old 10-13-2020, 05:39 AM   #460
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Man. That is incredible! I'd love to have a setup like that but no time to camp due to coaching unless its middle of winter or summer! And tents don't work there!

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I understand, we have very little time, but we make time.


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That sounds bad......what I mean is, we TRY to make time. Lol


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Took the new setup on our first trip. Everything worked well, except my supplemental power situation. I guess my small lithium batteries are going bad, couldn’t recharge all our stuff before it died. Pretty happy with the results....



It was HOT!!!

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I seen one of these in Lufkin yesterday with all kind of gadgets bolted to the frame in the bed.Highlift jack, propane bottle, axes and many more.
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Anyone have thoughts on their favorite bed toolbox for a 6' bed 2013 tacoma?
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Old 10-16-2020, 09:54 AM   #464
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Looks like something up your alley

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Anyone have thoughts on their favorite bed toolbox for a 6' bed 2013 tacoma?

I use the undercover swing cases under a retrax retractable tonneau cover. Holds a lot more than you think. Easy to take out if you need the extra room and easy to access them.
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Old 10-23-2020, 04:56 PM   #468
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On you 4runner guys. Did putting a lift on it void your warranties? My wife has a 2020 4runner SR5 pro with black out package. Its 4x4 with TRD wheels. I like the wheels, and it came with a nice set of Goodyear Duratracks.... Thinking about lifting it though. Wonder what you guys recommend. I also have an 06 Tundra that I will post pics of soon.
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On you 4runner guys. Did putting a lift on it void your warranties? My wife has a 2020 4runner SR5 pro with black out package. Its 4x4 with TRD wheels. I like the wheels, and it came with a nice set of Goodyear Duratracks.... Thinking about lifting it though. Wonder what you guys recommend. I also have an 06 Tundra that I will post pics of soon.
They changed some laws awhile back. For something to void warranty ie: lift, exhaust, etc.. they have to prove it caused an issue. For example- you have exhaust and a level kit on a 6 month old vehicle and the headlights stop working or ecu malfunctions. They cannot say those caused that.

Are you ever going to offroad it? If not just go like a 2.5 front 1" rear spacer kit. The top plate spacers have no negative effect and keep good factory ride. They arent like the old "in coil" spacers.

I have icon stage 2 and love it. But don't love the uniball icon UCAs. Mine rides better than stock. And does great towing boats, small trailers etc.

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I’ve seen those, thinking about picking one up. Table space is a luxury in the woods!


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I’ve seen those, thinking about picking one up. Table space is a luxury in the woods!


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I think your local ag class could custom one a lot cheaper for you!

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I figured youd fab one. I sure wont pay 140 bucks for it when its 17 dollars in materials

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Anyone have a good fix for the hyperflash for aftermarket LED turn signals?

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Old 10-25-2020, 09:12 PM   #475
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Man, probably going to need new tires next few months. Currently running 285/70/17 BFG in E range.

Currently considering Firestone AT, toyo at.

Any of y'all gone up to 285/75/17 or 295/70/17?

I'm worried about the mpg hit since I drive about 60 miles a day. But the 285/75 weighs the same as the e range ko2.

Got plenty of time to figure it out I suppose.

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They changed some laws awhile back. For something to void warranty ie: lift, exhaust, etc.. they have to prove it caused an issue. For example- you have exhaust and a level kit on a 6 month old vehicle and the headlights stop working or ecu malfunctions. They cannot say those caused that.

Are you ever going to offroad it? If not just go like a 2.5 front 1" rear spacer kit. The top plate spacers have no negative effect and keep good factory ride. They arent like the old "in coil" spacers.

I have icon stage 2 and love it. But don't love the uniball icon UCAs. Mine rides better than stock. And does great towing boats, small trailers etc.

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Thanks for this info. I do plan to do some light off roading in it. Its too nice to get it all scratched up right now the wife says... but down the road, I will do MUCH more. I dont want to get anything crazy, but I think 2-2.5 would be great. I appreciate this information. I was concerned about the warranty ,so planned to hold off. Now that I know that may not be a concern.... hmmm!!!!!
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Man, probably going to need new tires next few months. Currently running 285/70/17 BFG in E range.

Currently considering Firestone AT, toyo at.

Any of y'all gone up to 285/75/17 or 295/70/17?

I'm worried about the mpg hit since I drive about 60 miles a day. But the 285/75 weighs the same as the e range ko2.

Got plenty of time to figure it out I suppose.

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Wildpeaks have a great reputation on these light Toyota’s. Do you do a lot of rock crawling? If not, you could drop down to an 8 ply, save some weight.


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Wildpeaks have a great reputation on these light Toyota’s. Do you do a lot of rock crawling? If not, you could drop down to an 8 ply, save some weight.


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I do not. I don't offroad for fun. Only to get to hunting spots or on bad boat launches.

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Also, the original would peaks are my favorite tires ever. Wish I could find a NOS set somewhere. The new ones I see alot of people with the same issues as BFG balancing and heavy.

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You can wire a resistor into one light on each side and it will fix that. I bought some at Radio Shack, but I bet they are available on Amazon.


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Would I be able to put a TRD Pro hood (the one with the scoop) on a TRD Offroad?
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Yes. Only difference is the scoop.
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For anyone wanting to join the t4r gang, I just re-posted mine in the classifieds. Awesome setup, just wanting to move to a tundra for pulling larger camper
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If anyone has any stock Tacoma or 4Runner Black TRD rims they aren’t using, I would be interested in buying them.
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Join TX4R and ATX4R on FB. They pop up all the time!

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Well, we just got back from our first “long” trip. 4 days off grid, 151 miles of mostly off road. We had some challenges, but also some really awesome times! Learned a lot on this trip.








Way too many pics to post here.



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Awesome! Where did y’all go?

You mind sharing what you like/ dislike about your set up? Needed but didn’t have, or any other items?

Most I’ve done is tent camped at Garner, Perdenales, Palo Duro, and Big Bend.
Done without most amenities but want to make it more convenient.
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Awesome! Where did y’all go?

You mind sharing what you like/ dislike about your set up? Needed but didn’t have, or any other items?

Most I’ve done is tent camped at Garner, Perdenales, Palo Duro, and Big Bend.
Done without most amenities but want to make it more convenient.

Take a look at the Texas Hill Country Loop, you can find maps online.

Sure, I don’t mind. First of all, this is set up for my family(4), some may only need provisions for two people. The truck is great, but small and under powered. I learned that I need to upgrade the suspension, I hit the bump stops a lot because of the weight.
The fridge is a very nice option, but not needed at all times(ice availability). The tent is awesome, but there are some cheaper and smaller ones out there. I’d like to find a lighter option for the kids cots. Right now they are on army cots. I also learned to stake it down TIGHT, EVERY TIME! We had a front blow in sat night with 40+mph winds for over an hour. That was fun.......overall, I’m pretty happy with the setup, but we learn more every time. Next stop....BIG BEND!!


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Awesome! Thanks for the info.

I’ve read and watched videos about beefing up the suspension due to the weight.

Big Bend is amazing!
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I use 14" lag bolts and an impact for stakes. I get tired of dealing with the wind. Ill be in Big Bend Saturday for 5 days
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Take a look at the Texas Hill Country Loop, you can find maps online.

Sure, I don’t mind. First of all, this is set up for my family(4), some may only need provisions for two people. The truck is great, but small and under powered. I learned that I need to upgrade the suspension, I hit the bump stops a lot because of the weight.
The fridge is a very nice option, but not needed at all times(ice availability). The tent is awesome, but there are some cheaper and smaller ones out there. I’d like to find a lighter option for the kids cots. Right now they are on army cots. I also learned to stake it down TIGHT, EVERY TIME! We had a front blow in sat night with 40+mph winds for over an hour. That was fun.......overall, I’m pretty happy with the setup, but we learn more every time. Next stop....BIG BEND!!


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