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Where to find 2nd gen TRD Sport hood

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas (2005-2015)' started by the_black_tacoma, Mar 26, 2020 at 5:02 PM.

  1. Mar 26, 2020 at 5:02 PM
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    the_black_tacoma

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    Hey guys, I’ve looked around a bit and haven’t found a thread for this, so here goes.
    Wondering how/ where to get a (preferably black) TRD sport scooped hood. I’d like to swap it with my non-scooped hood. yes the only reason is that it would look better:D)
    Any advice much appreciated!
     
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    KactusJack

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    It'd be great, if you can ever find one, but hard to do. I checked for salvaged ones but for me, I never found one that didn't need some type of repair. Finally went to a local body shop, they got me a new OEM & painted & blended to match & installed. Not cheeeep, $1K to $1,200, but my search is over, & I've got what I want. Good luck.
     
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    Yea, if I did not do the 2012 conversion already on my truck, I'd be all over this.
     
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    Also consider trying offer-up, craigslist, dismantling shops, ebay motors, or you can try some generic brand, but i'm not too sure on fit.
     
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    That add says SR5 hood with OEM hood scoop, I don't know what he has, but not that. You can't put an OEM hood scoop on an SR5 hood. You will need to get the "SPORT" hood, it's got to be stamped, or molded, for the scoop. I think my OEM hood with all parts needed for scoop was <$600, the rest was painting & blending. A good "SPORT" hood for $300 is a great deal anywhere.
     
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