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2002 Frontier SC, 2005 Tacoma (offroad)

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas (2005-2015)' started by no_werries, Apr 27, 2008.

  1. Apr 27, 2008 at 5:03 AM

    no_werries [OP] Well-Known Member

    Mar 15, 2008
    Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada
    2005 4x4 reg cab Indigo Ink 5 speed
    CAI, 2 1/2" rear lift AAL, Ready Lift strut ext. & diff drop = 2 1/2" front lift, tweaked clutch, Magnaflo Muffler & Custom exhaust 265/75/16lt Nitto Terra Grappler 8ply on stock rims. Huskyliners
    Finnaly Got out to do some trail riding last night, I so wish someone woulda got out and took a video of the water crossing, but heres some befor and after pics anyways, I recently relocated my rear differential breather to my lock box in the bed of the truck so I was really the only vehicle equipped to go through the trails, my other friend showed up later with a '07 Ranger FX4 Level 2, and that Frontier Supercharged is sweet, it hauls ass on the road! I was amazed at how well the 40$ almost bald goodyear wrangler rt/s held up. Sure I had to just gun it through the water since there is a good little hill at the other side, and sure since I gunned her I almost lost control and hit a tree, and sure I smacked my head the odd time off the roof of the cab, sure I got a few scrapes rolling through the bush, but I just had to see what these little trucks can do outta the factory, I was impressed. This was a pretty good trail, lots of thick mud, at least a foot deep all the way through, and heres the pics. (BTW I will be going back out there so I will get a video camera and post a good video at a later time, I also wana clear back the brush so my bud can take the Level 2 Ranger in there, hes got it on 35" BF good k/os, sweet little truck, I wana see what it can do)






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