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Post by nomad » Fri Sep 13, 2019 6:26 pm

I'm Hamilton, I'm freshman in general engineering looking to go into mechanical engineering or computer science. I drive a 2001 Toyota Tacoma SR5 that I've had for a year. It's mostly stock with a bull bar and aftermarket speaker system put in by the previous owner as well as a cb.
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Re: New Member, VT Freshman

Post by 4krawler » Fri Sep 13, 2019 9:24 pm

Glad to see another Toyota :thumby: Hope to see you on some wheeling trips!
2010 Toyota 4Runner LE- 32" Duratracs

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Re: New Member, VT Freshman

Post by YellowDodgeBrian » Mon Sep 16, 2019 1:51 am

Nice!! Do you have any other plans for it this year?
Can conquer anything in my path with my yellow turd. My truck doesn't burn oil it burns transfer cases at mile marker 187. My truck doesn't get dented it simply molds to it environment becoming faster and more agile. Patches is made from fence posts that were used to keep in the monsters from hell. Patches doesn't have horsepower, it has god power. Patches doesn't drive over rocks, it forces them beneath it because it is superior.

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Re: New Member, VT Freshman

Post by LcknHubs » Mon Sep 23, 2019 3:45 pm

4Ds and tons coming soon?!?!?!? any plans for the taco?
1988 Toyota Pickup, Locked rear, 22r with Weber 38, 3 inch body lift on 33's, exclusive weight reduction bed (for more power) - Junk
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1986 Toyota 4Runner - Junk
1985 Toyota Pickup Crawler Build - Still will be Junk :flipoff2:

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Re: New Member, VT Freshman

Post by TerryD » Wed Sep 25, 2019 6:50 am

Offroading: The hobby of turning perfectly good vehicles into scrap metal. :cool:

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