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4cyl tacoma prerunner at Pismo

Discussion in 'Off-Roading & Trails' started by BBTACO88, Jul 21, 2010.

  1. BBTACO88

    BBTACO88 [OP] New Member

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    Blake
    Arroyo Grande
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    02 Tacoma Prerunner 4cyl
    I took off the mud flaps!
    Hey there...

    will a 4 cylinder prerunner do akay in the sand at Pismo with bfg at ko's aired down????

    I don't want to go out the sand highway and stuff... just cruise down the beach and park to play in the dunes and take wood for a bon-fire.

    any ideas???


    BB
     
  2. THExBUSxDRIVER

    THExBUSxDRIVER Victory is reserved...

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    GOO5E
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    Not enough.
    you'll be ok. just air down.

    Pismo has some soft sand so try not to dig yourself in. For example try to spot out the really dug up camping spots and park so that your tires are not in holes but on top of the sand.

    i'll be over there at the end of the month so ima try and see how far i can go out into the dunes in a stocker.

    Have fun drinkin beers by the fire!
     
  3. Regretless Rob

    Regretless Rob Well-Known Member

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    Painted my stock rims black and polished my lugs, New jvc head unit with 2 12" subs with shut of switch, Side mirrors tinted, FULLBLOWN FM-74267 muffler, In dash wiring for my Garmin 750 GPS & 3Gs Iphone dock with aux plug and charger in dash, Three more cigarette lighter plus under my head unit also in dash, strobe head lights for the hell of ithttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3qumylyXOig,
    Ya I mine to my cabin and got gutsy and took it all off road in soft as hell sand and it di so good. Didn't ever almost get stuck. But you should be safe with it just in case. In less you have someone out there to pole you out.
     
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