Welcome to the 4Runner family. Read through your posts on the Bronco, sounds frustrating. As much as I love my Jeep and what I know of the new Broncos, I still love our 4Runner. It drives great, has been dependable, and fits everything. It really doesn't compromise much.Ditched the Bronco and picked up a Trail 4Runner last night.
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Yeah I'm not a fan of the body roll or nose dive. I'll eventually toss in some Bilsteins but probably next year. I'm really enjoying the Luno air mattress I picked up for it, it's nice for overnighters if a tiny bit too short for me.Welcome to the 4Runner family. Read through your posts on the Bronco, sounds frustrating. As much as I love my Jeep and what I know of the new Broncos, I still love our 4Runner. It drives great, has been dependable, and fits everything. It really doesn't compromise much.
If you want to kill the nose dive and body roll (which I'm sure you've noticed by now), look into some Bilstein 5100s. For me, it took the 4Runner to a whole new level of driving confidence.
Hey there! I'm looking at the Eezi-awn lite, could you tell me your experience with it so far, good and bad? Thanks!My wife has mostly finished her 2020 4Runner build up. It s is a '"stormtrooper" white SR5 (although she hates star wars, but loves the all white and black scheme).
First was a Gobi Stealth rack and ladder, then a ride up to Apex Overland for a Toytec aluma Boss lift and BMC to fit TRD wheels and 33" KO2's.
Then just last night I mounted the 23Zero walkabout 62. She has red maxtrax to match the red accents of the TRD center caps and red toytec springs and shocks. It looks like there'll be just enough room to reinstall the eezi-awn maxtrax mounts in front of the tent. Today the Eezi-Awn Lite awning goes on using GZilla awning brackets. Pics are pre tent, with gobi shovel and axe mount. View attachment 612788View attachment 612789
I believe this is my first post….long time lurker.
Want to share my 2018 Tacoma TRD Sport, with a couple of new upgrades this week: the OME 2” lift with heavy springs and a Yucca Pac camper, from blindmanoverland.com.
If you’re Canadian - the Yucca Pac is 100% Canadian made, with most of it local to Alberta. Much shorter lead times….
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