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Old 06-09-2013, 07:49 PM   #1
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Just bought my first Tacoma! Been a long time coming...

Owned an old beat up Chevy S10 and finally was able to upgrade to a 2005 Tacoma Access V6 SR5, TRD Off Road package.

Have been around the forum before checking on details as I shopped around, and now that I've owned one for one whole day figured I should join!

I have a few questions about the suspension. I know there is what looks to be a 2" spacer in the front. I'm not sure if the previous owner just wanted to level it or if there are longer shocks in the back. The right rear Bilstein is squeaking a bit and I am not sure what to replace with. What comes standard on the TRD Off Road Package?





Sorry, I know this is just the welcome section. Will add this when I have more time to the appropriate forum. The squeaking suspension just drives me a little crazy when it's on my "new" truck

Future mods planned: AFE Pro Dry air filter, remove and possibly replace step tubes, add a Fold-a-Cover tonneau for the summer months, and keep the cap for the winter months.
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Old 06-09-2013, 07:53 PM   #4
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