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For Sale 2006 Toyota Tacoma Rock Crawler One Tons, Atlas 4, 42's

peckbrothers4

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I have a 2006 Toyota Tacoma rock crawler on one ton axles for sale. It is the 4.0 V6 engine with the automatic transmission with an Atlas 4 transfercase. Here's a list of the goodies:

Front Axle - '89 Ford Kingpin Dana 60
  • 35 Spline Chromoly Shafts
  • Yukon Zip Air Locker
  • 5:38 Gears
  • Yukon Lockout Hubs
  • Hydro Assist Ram
  • SORD High Steer Arms

Rear Axle - '04 14 Bolt
  • Yukon Grizzly Locker
  • 5:38 Gears
  • Pinion Guard
  • 13 Bolt Diff Cover
  • All New Disk Brakes and Rotors

Brakes
  • Performance Brakes Unlimited 07+ Tundra Brake Booster and Master Cylinder
  • Will hold the 42's stopped in low/low

Transfercase - Atlas 4 Speed
  • 3.8 Rear Case
  • 2.72 Front
  • Northwest Fab Cable Shifters

Tires and Wheels
  • (5) 42x14.50r17 Goodyear MTR Kevlar
  • (5) Trail Gear Trail Creepers 17x9 Beadlocks (8x6.5)

Front Suspension
-Fox 2.0 Coilovers w/ Piggyback Reservoirs
  • Custom 3 Link Suspension
  • All Rebuildable Johnny Joints
  • Trackbar with heim joints

Rear Suspension
  • Deaver Expedition Leaf Springs
  • 4x Innovation Shackle Flip
  • Fox Shocks

Drivelines
  • New Front and Rear Shafts both with 18" slip yoke
  • All New 1350 U-Joints

Extras
  • Custom Front and Rear Bumpers
  • Viair Compressor and 1 Gallon Air Tank with air chuck
  • Custom Rock Sliders

Interior
  • Mostly stock
  • Have had seat covers on the seats most of its life. Seats still in great shape.
  • Atlas shifters come up through console
  • Everything still works including A/C, Stereo, Wipers etc.

Truck is solid, goes down the road great. Never has given me any issues. Flexes great and rides nice. Fenders have been trimmed and could use someone to make some cool flares. Clean title in hand.

Asking $29,500. Located in South Jordan, Utah. Call or text 8017184142
 

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peckbrothers4

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Don't see many built crew cab Tacoma's that isn't for the Overlandering crowd. Purely out of curiosity, with the Atlas, 2nd transfer case, and 5.38's, what's the crawl ratio and how does it handle on the road?
Handles great on the road. Its geared perfectly for road, normal trails, and low gears for crawling. Best gearing it could have in my opinion.
 

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