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Higher elevation

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas' started by boxxed, Jul 17, 2009.

  1. boxxed

    boxxed [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Is there anything that needs to be done to my truck for Colorado? I plan on moving there by the end of the year. I currently live in Michigan and elevation is not an issue.
     
  2. DdayIsNear

    DdayIsNear Well-Known Member

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    contact this guy. RicnDenver.He is an awesome person to talk to about wheelin...Knows his stuff very well. Runs with a great group of people who take wheelin very serious. PM him and tell him Eddie from Jersey sent ya to him. Where in CO you movin to?
     
  3. DdayIsNear

    DdayIsNear Well-Known Member

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    a mile high isnt much....the trails here in co are reachin 13000 feet
     
  4. Blackened Taco

    Blackened Taco Well-Known Member

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    I was just in Colorado a few weeks ago and I was at 12,000 feet plus several times and my truck performed flawlessly. Years ago they did make a high altitude vehicle for that region but not anymore. You should be fine
    though. I had no problems. I was in Telluride, Aspen, Durango and went over several passes 12K or taller, including Pikes Peak (not a pass), which is at 14,110. Good luck on your move you will be living in God's country.
     
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