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Anyone have one on their non-lifted 2001-2004 Tacoma? I was really wanting to get one . Looks great and very funtional. I was wondering if they would work on a non-lifted Taco. Mine is still under warranty and i am very leary of messing with warranty stuff becasue all the problems dealers give you and such which is why i will wait and lift it after warranty goes out .
 

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ohio03trdtaco said:
You will be fine with it. I have skid and belly pan hanging under my truck with bolt on sliders as well.

Is yours lifted?
 

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are the skids and pan from Budbuilt?
 

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you should cut and trim your front plastic valence like i did and relocate your front turn signals, your truck looks good.
 

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2003 Tacoma trd extra cab v6 no lift cbi bolt on sliders, bud built IFS skid plate and belly pan.

Sorry kind of thought my post was a bit harsh.


Your truck will be fine with the skid plate. My truck has almost 200 lbs of extra weight on it and is starting to sag a bit. I will be putting a lift on it soon do to my suspension sag.
 

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ohio03trdtaco said:
2003 Tacoma trd extra cab v6 no lift cbi bolt on sliders, bud built IFS skid plate and belly pan.

Sorry kind of thought my post was a bit harsh.


Your truck will be fine with the skid plate. My truck has almost 200 lbs of extra weight on it and is starting to sag a bit. I will be putting a lift on it soon do to my suspension sag.
Hey not harsh at all. Thanks for the information .Helped a bunch! My birthday is coming up and i want to "try and give my wife a hint" for my birthday. :rolleyes:
 

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does it use the stock skid plate screws or do you have to drill and tap new ones?
 

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ohio03trdtaco said:
My truck has almost 200 lbs of extra weight on it .
Very good point. Although i don't have this set up myself, i believe you should consider the weight you are adding to the truck. You might need a suspension upgrade eventually to compensate.
 
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