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Maryland Tacoma specialists

Discussion in 'North East' started by Taco1004, Dec 24, 2020.

  1. Dec 24, 2020 at 4:57 PM
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    Taco1004

    Taco1004 [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Carroll County, MD
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    2020 TRD Sport DCSB 4WD AT
    Yakima rack K&N intake kit K&N throttle module AFE Silver Bullet TB spacer MBRP stainless off-road exhaust SpiderTrax front spacers CBI front bumper RCI hi-lift mount TufSkinz carbon trim everywhere MESO stuff all over the place
    So I’m sure this has been asked before, but I’m not finding any info in the search menu...

    I live in Maryland (21158), close to the Pennsylvania boarder. Recently bought a 2020 TRD Sport and I’m looking for a knowledgeable off-road shop, preferably one that specializes in Toyotas. Anyone have any thoughts or knowledge of a shop like this in the area?

    Greatly appreciate any and all info!
     
  2. Dec 24, 2020 at 6:30 PM
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    Taco1004

    Taco1004 [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Mike
    Carroll County, MD
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    2020 TRD Sport DCSB 4WD AT
    Yakima rack K&N intake kit K&N throttle module AFE Silver Bullet TB spacer MBRP stainless off-road exhaust SpiderTrax front spacers CBI front bumper RCI hi-lift mount TufSkinz carbon trim everywhere MESO stuff all over the place
    More specifically...

    Looking for a shop that knows 3rd Gen suspension inside and out. So many different variants of parts to use and combine together... and so many different opinions on what is good bad and really bad as far as lift increments. I would like to lift the front 3” but safely. I have my eye on the 3” Readylift/Bilstein 6100 set with 5100 in the rear with an AAL pack. But then comes concerns with needle bearings being pulled... vibrations and CV issues... and then comes the CMC while I’m in there doing everything else. Shit, mind as well slap a set up UCA’s on as well.

    I really don’t need the peanut gallery opinion on everything. I just want a reputable shop to stand behind their work, and if I have problems... fix it. Truck has 4K miles and is a weekend toy. It will be on pavement 90% of its life unless at the track or camping. Not crawling or serious trails...

    Thanks again!
     
  3. Jan 21, 2021 at 7:34 PM
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    kwalton

    kwalton Well-Known Member

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    Not sure if you're still looking but come down to see me/us at No Limit in Baltimore. We do a lot of Toyota work and i have one as well. Check out our insta @nolimitbmore or @nolimit_offroad
     
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