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Anyone Plowing with there Taco?

Discussion in 'Alaska' started by Airbornenurse, May 4, 2011.

  1. Airbornenurse

    Airbornenurse [OP] New Member

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    As a TX/Pro is purchased for now, with a camper shell on it, block heater and battery blanket
    I maybe heading further north and considering getting a small snow plow for my truck, any ideas or concerns about this?
     
  2. PWhite13

    PWhite13 Well-Known Member

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    I kinda read this as, "Anyone plowing some taco?" :eek:

    But there is one guy on here, I'm sorry I forgot his name but he had a cool setup on the front and it seemed to work well.
     
  3. ontarioyota

    ontarioyota Well-Known Member

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    Blacked out badges-rims OME lift with 881's & dakar pacs with D6XL AAL, summer tires=BFG 31x10.5x15 on 93 4runner rims,winter= Pirelli Scorpion Ice&Snow on stock steelies,Flowmaster exhaust, deck plate mod
    I think it will be really hard on your truck...it is a tough job...that being said I have seen many old "beater" tacos being used as plow trucks. 3/4 tons are more suitable.
     
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