Not my first Second Gen Tacoma not my first Toyota either and not my first time
wrenching. I know the side that isn't glamours, the side that's wet, cold, stuck, greasy, rusted, stripped, in general hasn't seen much love. That's why i tend to use anti seize and carry a wire brush. The best way to get a bolt loose, brake fluid. As long as you don't care about the paint where you apply it.. I don't drive my Tacoma that much, but when I do its on a gravel road or It has a load in the back, bikes, sled, trials moto, maybe I'll tow a sled trailer. My nemesis, rust. My thrill, sideways. heal toe heal toe. Im glad my truck has no electro gizmo's. I know its not the best on gas but its a weird balance between size and necessity and it works. My work truck is an 06 furd F150 I'm glad i don't pay for the gas, but it fits me a little better. At 6'3 i cant see stop lights in my taco and that's my biggest complaint.