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Old 07-12-2009, 11:19 AM   #1
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Newbe! (2005 with 18,000 miles...)

Greetings everyone.. Nice to find this site. I own a 'Radiant Red' 2005 Access Cab, TRD Off-Road model. It's pretty much stock, except for some after-market off-road tires and a matching Toneau cover for the box.
I bought it new in 05' and have only put 18,600 miles (30,000 kilometers here in Canada), on it since then. I live in a VERY remote area of NorthWestern British Columbia called the Queen Charlotte Islands, so there's not a lot of miles to travel!

I have some specific questions about the payload capacity and leaf springs on my truck as I'm buying a fiberglass 6'10'' Northern Lite camper for it. Please have a look at the "towing" forum. I'd appreciate some input.

Thanks!!
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Old 07-12-2009, 11:25 AM   #2
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Greetings everyone.. Nice to find this site. I own a 'Radiant Red' 2005 Access Cab, TRD Off-Road model. It's pretty much stock, except for some after-market off-road tires and a matching Toneau cover for the box.
I bought it new in 05' and have only put 18,600 miles (30,000 kilometers here in Canada), on it since then. I live in a VERY remote area of NorthWestern British Columbia called the Queen Charlotte Islands, so there's not a lot of miles to travel!

I have some specific questions about the payload capacity and leaf springs on my truck as I'm buying a fiberglass 6'10'' Northern Lite camper for it. Please have a look at the "towing" forum. I'd appreciate some input.

Thanks!!
Welcome to TW. I wish my 05 had 18,600 miles.
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