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Old 12-29-2011, 04:15 PM   #1
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I thought you guys would like to see this. I'm interested in the roof mount light bar. I can't wait to see these at our local beaches.

I would have liked to have gotten a pic of the interior on this. They had their Scanners mounted in the center console at the foreword most spot. Looked extremely factory. Also, I didn't see, but they generally will remove the back seats and fill it with every kinda injury treatment kit possible and flotation devices as well as Personal Distress Beacons ( I'm not exactly sure if that's what they're called). I'm also assuming that the new water resistant factory will help the smell of the interior. ( The passenger seat is called the "Wet" seat because that's the guard that runs into the water to make rescues ). I also saw a really nice bed mat in the back, not sure if it was a toyota mat. Usually patients are put in the bed to be transported back to the tower or to meet ambulances.

If anyone lives down here, the show also has a fun Jeep test track where your ride in Wranglers. Up and down 35 degree grades. Drives sideways and puts jeep on 30 degree angle. Goes over wood posts to show off 10.5 inches of clearance. Etc. That was worth the price of admission alone.

Our beaches currently use Ford Rangers that get pretty rusted out in a few years. ( They are expected to last 3 years before replacement ).











The mount said "Whelen" on it, if any of you are interested in this for an off road LED light bar.
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Old 12-29-2011, 04:22 PM   #2
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I thought you guys would like to see this. I'm interested in the roof mount light bar. I can't wait to see these at our local beaches.

I would have liked to have gotten a pic of the interior on this. They had their Scanners mounted in the center console at the foreword most spot. Looked extremely factory. Also, I didn't see, but they generally will remove the back seats and fill it with every kinda injury treatment kit possible and flotation devices as well as Personal Distress Beacons ( I'm not exactly sure if that's what they're called). I'm also assuming that the new water resistant factory will help the smell of the interior. ( The passenger seat is called the "Wet" seat because that's the guard that runs into the water to make rescues ). I also saw a really nice bed mat in the back, not sure if it was a toyota mat. Usually patients are put in the bed to be transported back to the tower or to meet ambulances.

If anyone lives down here, the show also has a fun Jeep test track where your ride in Wranglers. Up and down 35 degree grades. Drives sideways and puts jeep on 30 degree angle. Goes over wood posts to show off 10.5 inches of clearance. Etc. That was worth the price of admission alone.

Our beaches currently use Ford Rangers that get pretty rusted out in a few years. ( They are expected to last 3 years before replacement ).











The mount said "Wheel'n" on it, if any of you are interested in this for an off road LED light bar.
Not bad. When I was with Long Beach Lifeguards, we used Chevy 1500's. I think they now have F150s
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Uses similar setup. Tacomas as noted on front page are the official vehicle!
Thanks for the pics as these look fancier and better equipped.
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wonder if toyota will make it 3yrs before the frame rusts threw?
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*Whelen* is the company that makes emergency lights and stuff. Cool Baywatch taco looks like a sweet setup. They deserve good trucks!
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wonder if toyota will make it 3yrs before the frame rusts threw?
Life guards make sure to wash the undercarriage and frame extremely well at the end of every day. I would hope a tacoma could make it 3 years with the proper care.
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Old 12-29-2011, 04:36 PM   #8
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Life guards make sure to wash the undercarriage and frame extremely well at the end of every day. I would hope a tacoma could make it 3 years with the proper care.
We rinsed our's at the end of every shift, and between the sand and salt in the air, and the salt water itself, it still rusted through. You can try your best, but you will never fully get the truck salt free when it lives on the beach
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Life guards make sure to wash the undercarriage and frame extremely well at the end of every day. I would hope a tacoma could make it 3 years with the proper care.
i was just making a funny
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you will never fully get the truck salt free when it lives on the beach
Plastic frames anyone?
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Old 12-29-2011, 05:36 PM   #11
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Plastic frames anyone?

Interesting
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This is what I was thinking.
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Anyone ever try Line X'ng the frame and the underside of a Taco?
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Old 12-29-2011, 06:40 PM   #14
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Yes indeed. A sweet truck. This one has the entune system inside. I was like WTF?
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I'm sure they just used a fully loaded 2012 Trd OR..
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I would have liked to have seen better tires
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must have seen 6 of these at Huntington Beach today, except they were the 2011 models. pretty sick!
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Old 12-30-2011, 12:04 AM   #18
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I was surprised with our 1500's we were running street tires. And in 4hi they did just fine
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I was surprised with our 1500's we were running street tires. And in 4hi they did just fine
The trucks in Encinitas ( North San Diego ) use bad ass MT's...
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I would have liked to have seen better tires
The rugged trails will be fine for year round sand and street use...
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