Originally Posted by Kala
okay, I have faith in these toyotas and my brakes and heating up is a concern. I drove the truck closer to home, but it's still about 60-65 miles I have to tow it. Ive flat towed, but with the added weight of the trailer, stopping may not be that fun. I'll be on the belt road going around the island, so there's turns and hills. I'd be keeping it around 50-55 in the straight aways.
If your setupcis right your taco will do fine. I haul vehicles
For the toyota dealership in my town, with my tacoma. I just hauled
A quad cab tundra on my 21 ft gooseneck trailer from dallas to
Bastrop. About 225 miles one way. I do this all the time. But my setup
Is proper. I wouldn't do it with a bumper pull or std hitch. I have
A goseneck setup and my trailer has very good brakes. The tacoma
V6 will pull a lot weight if done correctly. Three weeks ago I
Hauled 10k lbs of stone 750 miles to kansas. No problems. 65-70
Mph the whole way. I'm getting ready to build a custom 2 car trailer
For my taco so I can haul more efficiently for the dealership. Its my source of
Income right now.