Do you mean it's not your daily but you do run around town in it some, or it's really only a trail rig but do drive it to most trails instead of trailering it?Its not my main daily driver
Makes sense, driving around town will be interesting, but as long as that doesn't bother you it is an inexpensive way to get better traction off road.Mike - I drive the runner around town sometimes when I don't feel like warming up the diesel. Also I drive the runner to local trails but borrow a trailer for longer trips until I can buy a trailer in the summer. I do have my dads 06 runner off and on to DD.
I'd rather save money for a trailer and buy a spool since the runner will be more of a strict trail rig in the future.
Thanks for the input Dan, seems like I could get used to it.. not really too worried about the tires chirping on the streetI run a spool in the rear. Actually I like it. Its not the most road friendly but I dont mind the tires chirping around corners. Backing up feels different. Your turning radius will be longer. After you get used to it snow isnt too bad. I can drive up hills without 4wd. Would I do it all over... Yes I think I would. Its almost impossible to break. Cheap and reliable.