Hi All, I just joined to get some expert advice on this. I have a 1000 lb fiberglass cabover which I have set up on my 96 Tacoma 2wd, with aftermarket overload springs, no airbags or other juice. This was designed for probably a one-ton Toyota in the 80's. Love the space inside~! Problem is, the 7'6'' length means that I'm always "back heavy" to the extreme. No weight on front tires, like a heavy "trip to the dump." This makes it unsafe for snowy conditions, etc. I want to get a '09 to '14 4x4 Tacoma, and wonder if it is even possible, with airbags, etc, etc to actually even the load to front tires. I have my doubts, since lifting the rear can only go so far in putting weight on front? I don't want to lift it much, given the top-heavyness of the camper. Camper will come on and off, and truck will be daily driver. Also, I am considering both the access cab and the "regular cab" configs wondering if one or other might give me better "balance" with the long camper. I heard the access cab will add 400 lbs to the vehicle, but maybe it is in the "right spot" to help my load config. I will go with manual and 4 cylinder, even though it is slow. This is my engine of choice, based on past experience. Many thanks for advice on this. Looking at spending 20k and want some reassurance this will work!