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1st Gen Lunchtable Thread - General Discussion

Discussion in '1st Gen. Tacomas (1995-2004)' started by Speedytech7, May 31, 2018.

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    Kwikvette

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    Nice

    What winch do you plan on using?
     
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    Rust levels are through the roof tho amirite
     
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    I think we have something like 5 big Caterpillar power generators for the UPS at work. They only come on during an outage or when they need to help the town during peak load periods.

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    That's $800+ for something that isn't really necessary, stock 63s handle the weight absolutely fine, they come off of 1/2 and 3/4ton trucks already
     
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    What do they need one for anyway, they're fat behemoths that don't fit on most any technical trail
     
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    Don't tell Sean that, he would've taken his anywhere (when he had it)
     
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    He's got the truggy though for all the other stuff, but I don't doubt he would try it in the Tundra if someone dared him to lol
     
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    Not everyone only uses lockers on trails Ryan :brianr:
     
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    He gave no fucks with that Tundra though

    *remembers him going hard through the brush getting the flatbed on a flat spot*
     
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    Was a joke
    Yep, and if it shits the bed I get a new one
     
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    Ryan just has to turn on all his lights lol covers on and all
     
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    Tundras are big. But they have brute force on their side to get places. Plus the auto LSD gimmick kinda works...
     
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    I dunno about that, I bet if you asked most people that have e-lockers that don't offroad, they would tell you they've only ever turned it on to see if it worked.
     
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    You said technical trail


    I’ve used mine in mud and snow on forest roads, tundras fit on most of those
     
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    And if it didn't come on instantly, you bet your ass there'd be a thread in the 2nd/3rd gen section with someone saying

    "DOES YOUR LOCKER TAKE FOREVER TO ENGAGE OMG TOYOTA SUCKS, OVERLAND LYFE"
     
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    Ok I'll give you that one
     
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