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Old 06-02-2014, 08:27 PM   #21
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There's quite a few guys from TW in El Paso. Check out toyota borderland off-roaders on facebook. There's usually always someone down to wheel. Lots of fun meets!



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Old 06-14-2014, 10:38 PM   #22
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Whoops didn't see this lol. What do you drive?
I wasn't driving. I was working on the pipeline on base next to Joe Battle.
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Hi all, can anyone recommend a good shop in town (El Paso) that knows their way around tacomas, does good work and has fair prices? I just moved into town (Far east side) from Brownsville. My leaf springs are sagging like crazy ever since I got my camper shell. Thinking about getting some OME's to replace these original leaf springs.
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I went with add a leaf and lift blocks, definitely helps with camper shell and when pulling a trailer, gives lift and a little stiffer ride.
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Hi all, can anyone recommend a good shop in town (El Paso) that knows their way around tacomas, does good work and has fair prices? I just moved into town (Far east side) from Brownsville. My leaf springs are sagging like crazy ever since I got my camper shell. Thinking about getting some OME's to replace these original leaf springs.
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Did the work myself and saved a few dollars.
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Anyone looking for an OEM roof rack?
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Sorry dude, don't need a roof rack, but I do have an extang solid fold bed cover that I would like to sell, if anyone's interested.
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Did the work myself and saved a few dollars.
I've been moving all over the past few years and still renting a home now. With every move, I've owned less and less because I hate moving it all around with me like a snail. Can't wait to own a home (with a large garage) to buy stuff to tinker with my truck!
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I went with add a leaf and lift blocks, definitely helps with camper shell and when pulling a trailer, gives lift and a little stiffer ride.
I got bilstein 5100's in the front set at 1.75, I also had an AAL for about 8 months- it started squeaking on me after 3 months. I tried lubing it but it started up again after a few days. It almost drove me mad- went right back and took it out, got the TSB springs instead. I got a leer 100R which made my rear drop, now I'm high beaming people at night.

Gonna go the inexpensive route and get a 1.5" block for the back since I don't carry that heavy of loads anymore for work.
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