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2001 tacoma with plow

Discussion in '1st Gen. Tacomas (1995-2004)' started by yotataco94, Feb 5, 2011.

  1. Feb 5, 2011 at 11:28 AM
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    yotataco94

    yotataco94 [OP] Active Member

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    Brandon
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    2001 tacoma 2.7 5spd sr5
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    hey guys whats up? i just bought a 2001 tacoma 2.7 5spd with 111,000 miles for $7,200.:cool: Planning on putting my pathfinder 6.5ft plow on it from my 1991 mits. mightmax (rip after this winter). just wondering if anyone here has a plow on any of their yotas.
     
  2. Feb 5, 2011 at 9:08 PM
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    TacoBlitz

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    Topper, Yakima Racks, Yakima Loadwarrior roof basket (lights all around) 20% window tint (all 4 doors), Spectre ProFab Air Intake System, Black grille, Rino Lined rocker panels, rear bumper and flares Suspension: New OME 881 coils and OME 5 leaf rear springs, Blilstein shocks and struts, Daystar Greasable lift shackels Extended rear brake line
    I have not done it but if I did I would make sure to beef up the front end suspension. I run a 7 foot western on a 1500 chevy and that even feels like it is being hard on it. I hope you know what your doing.

    Im not trying to say that tacos are not tough trucks because they are very tough, they are just about up there with some of the half ton pickups out there. I just have done quite a bit of snow pushing and I know how hard it can be on any truck, even 3/4 tons and 1 tons (I have pushed snow using both before).
     
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