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This is a great forum. Already picked up some good tricks for my new toy. I Picked up AllPros Taco Supreme a few weeks ago. Looking forward to testing it out soon.
Spec for the new ride

2004 Toyota Tacoma TRD X-Cab, fully loaded with the following equipment:

25,000 orig miles
3.4V6
Automatic
Marlin Dual Transfer Case kit
Tom Woods custom driveshafts
Rear E-Locker, 5.29 gears
Front Dana 60/Toyota Hybrid axle w/ chromoly custom housing
Chromo Super axles
Wilwood brakes
Hy-Pinion 3rd member, Detroit Locker & 5.29 reverse cut gears
AP Taco Supreme Solid Axle Swap kit w/ Walker Evans adjustable reservoir coilovers
Rear All Pro suspension kit w/ Walker Evans adjustable reservoirs
Bobbed bed matching bobbed rear AP bumper
Front bobbed AP bumper
Warn 9.5XP winch, Masterpull synthetic rope & AP billet fairlead
Custom Chromoly AP rocksliders
Walker Evans beadlock wheels
37" tires: BFG Red label Krawlers, extra set of 37" BFG MT tires
Ice cold AC, power everything, etc.

Featured on the cover of July 2006 Off Road Magazine
 

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badass, i never see anything like that for sale around here
 

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Welcome to TTORA!
Sounds and from your avator, looks like a kick butt ride.
How about posting a larger pic.
 

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Taco pictures

A few pictures of my new ride, I have changed out the tires and wheels for driving it to work. Put a set of the New polished Trail-Gear Bead locks and 37" BFG muds. Will save the Crawlers for something else








 

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A few more

Few more picts















My other Toy

 

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new wheels

Picked up some new wheels for my 37" BFG muds
Trail-Gear 17"x9" beadlocks
 

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Holy shit! I havent seen a SAS 04! NICE

PS wtf do you do for a living?
 

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I am saving up for the 01-04 body style DC. I want to find one w/ very low mileage like yours and then do the SAS. I'm just afraid in 1-3 years when i have the money for the newer taco , i wont be able to find one with less than 70k...
 

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Muddin taco2131 said:
Holy shit! I havent seen a SAS 04! NICE

PS wtf do you do for a living?
Well it was either buy 2 Harley's (for me and the wife) or build a Taco. Then came across a good deal on this Tacoma and that took care of that decision.

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Edisonsteve said:
Well it was either buy 2 Harley's (for me and the wife) or build a Taco. Then came across a good deal on this Tacoma and that took care of that decision.

Electrical Service Planner for So Cal Edison :2cents:
You know Lyle Treend then don't you? I think he has a similar job for SCE.
 

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Same Job

ShowStop said:
You know Lyle Treend then don't you? I think he has a similar job for SCE.
Same job different location. He is out in San Jacinto Valley. Don't know him.
 
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