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    Get the long bed. Makes a smaller truck feel a little bigger. Especially hauling gear to duck camp.
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    My new one came in yesterday finally
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    Cool color. Leaving stock?

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    Default Tacoma owners look here

    Mine. I bought it late February. Its bad@ss. And my clients know me well. One of them saw it and said, B@da$$ truck, doc. Get any blood on it yet?




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    Long bed. Love the locking over.
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    08 Access cab TRD OR 6 speed manual. I'm 6' and have had zero issues with comfort, excellent truck all the way around. Access cabs all come with the long bed, I doubt I'd like it nearly as much with the short bed personally.

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    I put these lights on my a few weeks ago.

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    Those are some good looking trucks.


    How hard was it to install that warn winch and ARB bumper? I bought one and it arrived a few days ago. Sitting in my garage right now. Trying to decide if I want to tackle it or pay someone to do it for me.

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    Thanks, the first one I did took me longer, the directions suck, but there is a really good you tube video that shows you step by step. I put the winch in after I mounted the bumper. I used 2 ratchet straps and basically lifted it up Into position using the ratchets. What Are you putting the bumper on?

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    After you get the two brackets mounted on each side you can lift the bumper and set it on them and it will stay there while you get a few bolts in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DropEm View Post
    Thanks, the first one I did took me longer, the directions suck, but there is a really good you tube video that shows you step by step. I put the winch in after I mounted the bumper. I used 2 ratchet straps and basically lifted it up Into position using the ratchets. What Are you putting the bumper on?
    Going on a Toyota Land Cruiser, 100 Series.

    I've installed a couple of bumper replacement brush guards before (Ranch Hands) on Ford trucks, but I've never installed a winch. I've heard before that the instructions from ARB suck, I don't want to bite off more than I can chew and find out halfway through the job ... With that said, one of the quotes I've received up here is $700 to install, and no way I'm paying that. I need KRT to make the drive and come pick it up.
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    $700 ouch!

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    They both have their place.

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    Do any of these Tacoma have power sliding rear window? Looking at a 2013 that appears one was added, not very good at that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mudflat View Post
    Do any of these Tacoma have power sliding rear window? Looking at a 2013 that appears one was added, not very good at that.
    Best of my knowledge 2017 was first year of power rear slider.

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