2002 toyota Tacoma Xtracab

2002 Toyota Tacoma Xtracab: As the owner of All-Pro Off Roadway, Jon Bundrant has actually had and built many Toyota automobiles. He enjoys them just about reserves a special place for 1995-2004 Toyota Tacoma pickups. Jon chose to develop this 1998 Tacoma Xtracab into a proficient North American backcountry-exploring rig he could utilize to see his favored wilderness spots.

2002 Toyota Tacoma Xtracab


While an engine swap remains in the Baja Taco's future, in the meantime, it still has the reputable 2.4 L Toyota I-4, OE Toyota five-speed transmission, and also Toyota transfer situation, in addition to a Marlin Spider TacoBox. The TacoBox is a 2.28:1 HiLux low-range gear decrease box mounted in between the transmission and also transfer instance. Marlin was the pioneer as well as designer for Toyota low-gear reduction systems. His components do not fall short, adding incredible dependability as well as adaptability to the Baja Taco.

The Tacoma IFS front pumpkin has 5.29 gears as well as an ARB Air Locker. The OE Tacoma rearend has 5.29 equipments as well as an ARB Air Storage locker, also.

For the front suspension, Jon chose Total Disorder Manufacture's long-travel front upper as well as reduced 4130 chromoly A-arms with UniBall that replaces the upper round joint for optimum wheel travel. Fox coilovers with Eibach coils and also Fox bypass shocks function well handling the Baja Taco's enhanced weight. In back, All-Pro's excellent 3-inch Expedition leaf springtimes are damped by Pedestrian Evans 2.5 tank shocks. This suspension permits 35x12.50 R17LT BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain T/A KM2 tires placed on Pedestrian Evans 17x8 beadlock wheels to be kept up no worry.

What total the Baja Taco are the All-Pro bumpers, shelfs, and shield. An All-Pro front winch mount bumper quickly lugs a Warn XD8000i winch. All-Pro 80-inch rock sliders with their signature "kickout" design maintain rocks at bay. The All-Pro rear tube bumper twists around the rear quarter-panels, so the complete vehicle is protected. All-Pro Off Road's Hoarder modular rack system mounts in the bed as well as holds an ARB roof camping tent and whatever else Jon as well as his household may require in the backcountry.

The Baja Taco's combination of cargo lugging capacity, rock crawling shield, and suspension make it a distinct vehicle. Stripped of its Packrat system, it could crawl with the most effective. With the Packrat set up, it enables comfortable backcountry checking out for as long as Jon intends to avoid.


Vehicle: 1998 Toyota Tacoma Xtracab
Owner/Hometown: Jon Bundrant/Corvallis, Montana
Engine: Toyota 2.4L I-4
Induction: MPFI
Transmission: Toyota five-speed manual
Transfer case/low range ratio: OE Toyota with Marlin Crawler TacoBox/5.86:1 total gear reduction
Front end: Toyota IFS
Rear end: Toyota Tacoma
Ring and Pinion: 5.29:1
Front Differential: ARB Air Locker
Rear Differential: ARB Air Locker
Suspension: Total Chaos long-travel with Fox coilovers and bypass shocks front/All-Pro Expedition leaf springs with WER shocks rear
Tires: 35x12.50R17LT BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain T/A KM2
Wheels/Backspacing: 17x8 Walker Evans Racing beadlocks/5 inches


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