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Old 06-19-2013, 01:58 PM   #2561
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i know your 09 had a bench, what about the 12s?
The '12 has buckets because I bought the automatic trans. Two of the big reasons I traded the "09 for the '12. The last one was MGM too. Some people didn't even know they were different trucks.
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Old 06-19-2013, 02:01 PM   #2562
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The '12 has buckets because I bought the automatic trans. Two of the big reasons I traded the "09 for the '12. The last one was MGM too. Some people didn't even know they were different trucks.
yeah, i cant wait to get the bench outta mine.
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Old 06-19-2013, 02:03 PM   #2563
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yeah, i cant wait to get the bench outta mine.
A lot more comfortable. Worth giving up the middle seat. I don't think you'd regret changing it out.
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Old 06-19-2013, 02:07 PM   #2564
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mine 2010 regular cab 4x4.
BUT good gosh that thing looks too pretty to take out where all the aftermarket stuff will let it go!

JK love it!
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Old 06-19-2013, 02:08 PM   #2565
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Why not put in a claim on your insurance and fix the body smash .
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Old 06-19-2013, 02:10 PM   #2566
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I'm new to this forum, as this is my 1st Tacoma. I love it thus far and look forward to joining the community. I've posted a few pics below.
This is the same truck I have, color and all (but I painted my wheels black) and wanted a black soft top for it. Now I know how it looks, and can't wait!
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Old 06-19-2013, 02:12 PM   #2567
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Are you guys quoting old posts ? Or am I not seeing them .
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Are you guys quoting old posts ? Or am I not seeing them .
Yes, old
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Old 06-19-2013, 02:15 PM   #2569
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Kk . That was 2 in a row and I was like stunt man , didn't he sell like 8 months ago .
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Old 06-19-2013, 02:20 PM   #2570
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Because it was my fault and itll proly happen again once i start wheeling again. Got quotes around ~3k to fix it sooo just gonna wait till i have some spare change saved up one day and get it fixed.
So I guess making a claim and driving a 4x4 at 19 your rates will skyrocket ? Because you can just pay your deductible right .
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Old 06-20-2013, 06:02 AM   #2571
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About 10 miles from my place. Just messing around .



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Old 06-20-2013, 10:28 PM   #2572
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ARB air locker in Reg. Cab Prerunner??

Extremely off topic but its been buggin me because i wanna do it to my truck. Has anyone put an ARB air locker in the reg. cab prerunner? I got an 09 with that AUTO LSD and its been so-so and swapping the entire axle for an e-locker seems to be more work with more electrical work. From what i've learned on TW is that just about the majority of people on here recommend putting in the ARB locker. Would it be the same for us reg. cab prerunners? Has anyone see it done on the reg cab thats not 4x4?
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Old 06-21-2013, 07:29 AM   #2573
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Extremely off topic but its been buggin me because i wanna do it to my truck. Has anyone put an ARB air locker in the reg. cab prerunner? I got an 09 with that AUTO LSD and its been so-so and swapping the entire axle for an e-locker seems to be more work with more electrical work. From what i've learned on TW is that just about the majority of people on here recommend putting in the ARB locker. Would it be the same for us reg. cab prerunners? Has anyone see it done on the reg cab thats not 4x4?
Here is one on a 5lug. shouldn't be too different, besides actual part numbers.
http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...per-build.html
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Dam how hell did you do 265s with the stock gears
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Old 06-21-2013, 08:47 AM   #2575
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Extremely off topic but its been buggin me because i wanna do it to my truck. Has anyone put an ARB air locker in the reg. cab prerunner? I got an 09 with that AUTO LSD and its been so-so and swapping the entire axle for an e-locker seems to be more work with more electrical work. From what i've learned on TW is that just about the majority of people on here recommend putting in the ARB locker. Would it be the same for us reg. cab prerunners? Has anyone see it done on the reg cab thats not 4x4?

Installing an ARB is not easy (I have one in my rear). It requires a skill set, and some tools that most mechanics don't have. Getting the e-locker to work would be trivial compared to installing an ARB.

I'm also sure you can find a junkyard elocker rear diff for less then the cost of an Air locker as well.

It was an easier decision for me because I was also re-gearing at the same time I put the ARB in, but had I not been doing that I think an elocker would've been the easier route.
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Old 06-21-2013, 10:23 AM   #2577
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Lol thanks. Turns out it wasnt as difficult of a job as i had assumed it would be. But it was a major PITA still. So much little shit that has to be modified.
was it worth it?
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Need some advice fellow single cabbers...

I want new tires but I cannot decide between finding a Load Range C tire or going with the more readily available Load Range D. I had Load Range E on my TRD Sport double cab years ago and while I loved them and they muscled through everything I threw at them...the ride quality was shit.

I am leaning towards Load Range C, just to preserve the awesome factory ride while still getting beefier tires than the Dunlops that come from Toyota, but the idea of having an even beefier tire is appealing.

I need opinions from those of you more experienced with the single cabs, please.

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Meh. I had grapplers (E load) and didnt mind the ride at all. Its a truck, not a cadillac.
Thank God it's not a Cadillac, too.

Thanks for the feedback!

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