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08 Composite beds

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas' started by rpoint16, Sep 23, 2007.

  1. rpoint16

    rpoint16 [OP] Well-Known Member

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    2008 double cab, 4X4, V-6, TRD. Super White.
    OME 885 coils & front shocks, with TT top plate, Total Chaos UCA, Rear OME extended shocks, Rear TSB, Rear Toytec AAL, trimmed the saber-tooth-tiger-long-ass mud flaps. 17" XD Revolver rims, 265/75/17 BFG AT KO's. Ripped out the crappy FM Modulator & installed a PA-15-toy interface. OEM bed matt.
    How long have the composite beds been standard on Tacoma's?

    Whats the general consences on them?
     
  2. navysob

    navysob Carolina Alliance: Virginia Beach and Greenville

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    28/20 Tint, Hood Protector, Vent Visors, 3" AAL's, Front Level Kit, Gas Shocks in the Rear, Tow Hitch, Black Step-Bars, Bull Bar, Off Road Lights
    They started on the 05's. They are good because they can't rust, and they are lighter to help on gas mileage. However, things slide around like on a drop in bed liner. The best way to resolve that is to get a bed mat from Toyota, they really help with the sliding.

    Well, that is just my thoughts on it!!
     
  3. Zrlee

    Zrlee Carolina Alliance

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    Tinted windows, Rubber Tacoma Bed Mat, Clarion 7" Head unit, Rubber Tacoma Floor Mats, Tacoma Entry Guards, Cruiser Alloy Wheels
    I agree, A bed mat really helps. Bought one the day after I bought my truck
     
  4. jhodge83

    jhodge83 Any dog under 50# is a cat and cats are useless... Staff Member

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    wat?
    yup...the mat is a lifesaver. definately a must have. someone on here actually rhino lined theirs, but i think that was a little too much.
     
  5. Jimbo

    Jimbo Well-Known Member

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    None yet
    I just put a DeeZee heavy duty mat from Autoanything.com. With code it cost me 62.00. Nice mat that stops the sliding stuff.:thumbsup:
     
  6. nd

    nd Radical Town. It's a hell of a place!

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    De badged, 5100's, Black Toyota Baja wheels
    i love my bed (especially my outlet :)), to keep stuff from sliding around i use rope, bungee cords, ratchet straps and the many tie down points all over the bed (D-rings and bed rail system). So far i have no complaints with the bed liner
     
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