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RSB's Radiant Red Toyota Tacoma Rear Canopy/Shell

I'm selling the canopy on my truck! Going back to an open-bed configuration. Includes the roof rack, custom locking-tool mounting brackets, rear light bar w/custom mounting bracket and jerrycan locking trays w/custom mounting brackets. I'll also include the hooligan, axe, shovels and the NATO jerrycans. Over $3,500 invested. Asking $2,100 OBO.

-ARE CX Series canopy w/vented win-doors w/carpet lining
-Garvin Wilderness Sports Series roof rack w/custom tool mounting brackets
-SpeedTech Lights Hex Pro LED (rear)
-Paratech 30" hooligan
-Fire Axe JP Special 4lb pick-head axe
-Expedition Exchange Jerrycan Holders w/custom mounting brackets
-NATO 20L jerrycans

Stainless steel hardware used throughout. Some pin-striping from being on the trail. Few scuffs on top. Little to no water ingress (I was very particular about maintaining this ).



















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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-02-2011, 10:35 PM
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bump for a NICE camper and fellow okie

99' tacoma, OME 882's, alcans, 31x10.5 BFG AT's, trail gear front bumper, Champion 7500lb winch w/Amsteel synthetic cable.
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I'm selling the canopy on my truck! Going back to an open-bed configuration. Includes the roof rack, custom locking-tool mounting brackets, rear light bar w/custom mounting bracket and jerrycan locking trays w/custom mounting brackets. I'll also include the hooligan, axe, shovels and the NATO jerrycans. Over $3,500 invested. Asking $2,100 OBO.

-ARE CX Series canopy w/vented win-doors w/carpet lining
-Garvin Wilderness Sports Series roof rack w/custom tool mounting brackets
-SpeedTech Lights Hex Pro LED (rear)
-Paratech 30" hooligan
-Fire Axe JP Special 4lb pick-head axe
-Expedition Exchange Jerrycan Holders w/custom mounting brackets
-NATO 20L jerrycans

Stainless steel hardware used throughout. Some pin-striping from being on the trail. Few scuffs on top. Little to no water ingress (I was very particular about maintaining this ).
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What kind of basket is that?
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haha now you make me look bad
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Dude, bump for you. If you were in Southern California I would pick this up in a heartbeat. Not only have I sat here many a time drooling over your rig, but we just got a little rain today and I found out the shell my truck came with leaks out of the sliders (not to mention the weatherstripping seal between the bed and the shell is bad). And you know that "rain" doesn't mean the same thing to us as it does to the rest of the country haha. Good luck selling.
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Dude, bump for you. If you were in Southern California I would pick this up in a heartbeat. Not only have I sat here many a time drooling over your rig, but we just got a little rain today and I found out the shell my truck came with leaks out of the sliders (not to mention the weatherstripping seal between the bed and the shell is bad). And you know that "rain" doesn't mean the same thing to us as it does to the rest of the country haha. Good luck selling.
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