The 2017 TRD Pro Tacoma is here!!!

Discussion in 'General Tacoma Discussion' started by jgallegos1, Aug 18, 2016.

  1. Mjp2

    Mjp2 Well-Known Member

    Ever get that carrot out?
     
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  3. whippersnapper02

    whippersnapper02 Negative Nancy

    Someone else took it and painted it purple.
     
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  4. Mjp2

    Mjp2 Well-Known Member

    I laughed so hard i puked a little..... almost like when i saunted that pic of the barney mobile
     
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  5. silverpataco

    silverpataco Well-Known Member

    Pro isn't setup as good as this; ImageUploadedByTaco Forum1475445237.628020.jpg
    With the SPC Light Racing UCA's and the extra leaf I put in this kits pack for 650 lbs additional constant load.
     
  6. silverpataco

    silverpataco Well-Known Member

    Did you weld in the gusted support on the spindles?
     
  7. Mjp2

    Mjp2 Well-Known Member

    Lmfao..... yup, because thats all engineers change to increase capacity.
    If only it was that easy to do safely.
     
  8. whippersnapper02

    whippersnapper02 Negative Nancy

    You can't increase payload because there are many factors besides suspension that contribute to payload capacity.
     
  9. Mjp2

    Mjp2 Well-Known Member

    Nuh uh
     
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  10. silverpataco

    silverpataco Well-Known Member

    Just put way over rated E load range that'll help. You can go ahead and list your factors that you think I have no idea what they could ever be... ready go. I'm sure the extra torque your making down the drive line with the super charger won't increase the dyno numbers at the rear tires. Right. Two things in this payload factors. Spring load rate and tire load rate.
     
  11. whippersnapper02

    whippersnapper02 Negative Nancy

    I guess you have never heard of wheel bearing ratings and axle housing strength. Hell what about the rear frame section rating? People a lot smarter than you rate these vehicles and if it was as easy as tires and springs then I could run springs from a duce and a half with military tires for a massive payload rating. I guess you have never seen a Tacoma so overloaded that the rear frame section bends down and pulls the bed away from the cab.
     
  12. Mjp2

    Mjp2 Well-Known Member

    I dont even need to say much here... you already proved what some of were suspecting..... bravo sir..... bravo.

    Nancy, u owe me 5 bucks.
     
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  13. Mjp2

    Mjp2 Well-Known Member

    I cant believe someone would out themselves so easily lmao.... we should buy this guy some kind of award.
     
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  14. silverpataco

    silverpataco Well-Known Member

    Of course I know more than you knowing it will never give me credit for . So I my 2.75 million miles driving and 22 vehicles owned mean nothing. Oh come on your racing around with your little taco beating some people light to light and enjoy posting videos. The point is you enjoy doing whatever mods you do with your own hands just like me. Neither is right or wrong we just like doing it. I only have 30 years experience working on my own different cars and trucks and helping and learning on other people's. Who cares. I've build 3 of my own homes with my own two hands that aren't working well these days, but, who cares. Enjoy whatever the **** you do because you might not wake up tomorrow to do it again.
     
  15. whippersnapper02

    whippersnapper02 Negative Nancy

    You could have 90 years building cars and could have built the space shuttle and you would still be wrong.
     
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  16. Mjp2

    Mjp2 Well-Known Member

    Imma tell my father in law to sell his superduty and just buy a tacoma and a leafpack, and throw some e rated rubber on it.

    How many of ur leafpacks will he need to combine to increase his payload on a tacoma to where his super duty is?
     
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  17. Mjp2

    Mjp2 Well-Known Member

    Just think of how much money uncle sugar wasted on deuce and a halfs, and unimogs.
     
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  18. silverpataco

    silverpataco Well-Known Member

    **** head Im not wrong about anything. They have front springs for our Tacos with higher weight capacities. Hmmmmm for adding a heavier bumper, then maybe a bumper , winch and skids. And the ****ing rear springs are available for more load capacity of maybe a cap, heavier all steel bumper, people Zombie bugout stuff. Your a big tough guy know it all from across the country who doesn't know it all ****head! HaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHa Suck it with your little sissy super charger useless piece of crap good for nothing , but, making you feel more manly. Good luck with that you'll never feel manly enough ever!
     
  19. Mjp2

    Mjp2 Well-Known Member

    Someone just had a catharsis
     
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  20. whippersnapper02

    whippersnapper02 Negative Nancy

    Those aftermarket front springs and rear springs are meant for handling higher constant loads, not increasing maximum capacity. Adding bumpers and such eats up some of that paylod capacity. Your limits are the wheel bearings, axle housing, brakes and weight of the vehicle.
     
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  21. Bojangles

    Bojangles Well-Known Member

    Lmfao, who is this?
    Did he haz aneurysm?
    In the end, all his name calling and he was wrong anyhow :rolleyes:

    Good job Nancy
     
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