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I finnaly got my Taco. I have been waiting since 2005 to get one. once i saw the new body style i couldnt look away. Now i am the proud owner of a silver 07 TRD O/R DC 4X4 Taco. I have to go back to the dealership sometime next week to get the step tubes put on and get it detailed.
 

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Congrats and Welcome!

If you plan on wheeling, I would recommend not getting the step tubes, as they will dent the first time they touch a rock. Look, read and learn. If you want cool looking protection, start by searching on sliders. You can put grip tape (or other things) on them for traction if people will need it to get into the truck.
 

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Howdy and Welcome. Agree with above. Nurf's are junk. Waste of money, show only, no protection. Will be getting rid of mine as soon as I have an extra couple of dollars for slides.
 

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i agree with both of you about tubes. but free is free and right now its better than nothing. i have ssen some preety good self fabricated sliders on this site so i will more than likely be going that rout. oh yah i didnt mention that they threw in the nerfs as a freebie.
 

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tell them you want bed a extender or something instead
 

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Just say NO!!!!! to step bars!:eek: :D

Also check out the search button about sliders and the types of makers out there.
 

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oh yah i'm not new to the forum thing but i am new to Off roading. i have had an lT1 camaro, a 2001 WS6 Trans Am and an 05 Cobalt SS supercharged.
i am sick of beating up th pavement and ready to beat up the dirt.
 
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