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power inverter fitment

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas (2005-2015)' started by TAC1, Mar 11, 2012.

  1. Mar 11, 2012 at 7:55 PM

    TAC1 [OP] Well-Known Member

    May 13, 2011
    First Name:
    Petros "Peter" AGE: 44
    Miami, Florida
    DCSB 4.0 Auto PreRunn
    FRONT: OEM PreRunner coils, 5100's @ .85, MaxTrac Spindles, 1/4" Taco lean spacer. ground to fender base: LF & RF: 40"'s hub to fender base::::: LF & RF: 25"'s REAR: 2012 OEM 3/1 leafs, Wheelers 3 leaf AAL, 2" Tapered steel block. Bilstein F4-BE5-B110-T5 ground to fender base: LR & RR: 41"'s hub to fender base::::: LR & RR: 26"'s All mud flaps trimmed 4"'s shorter.
    Hello Forum,
    I'm thinking of purchasing the Cobra 800 watt power inverter for my '08 Tacoma Prerunner DC 4.0. My truck does not come with one but I want to put it under the center console where the OEM would go. I will trim the rear cover of the center console so that the outlets are exposed with the cover on. I am hoping that the inverter can fit flush with the console. H 2.75 x W 5 x D 8.5. My questions are:
    Will it fit there?

    Do any of you run use this inverter?

    Are you happy with it?

    Do you suggest any others that will fit there?

    Will it drain the battery when not in use?

    Is it enough for the few times that I will use it, ex. laptop, 13"tv, charging my drill.

    Is it a PITA to install. I was thinking of having Best Buy do the install.

    Please give me your opinions or any info.
    Thanks :)

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