The Toyota Tacoma 2010 Double Cab TRD

 The majority of our components and gear have been researched and bought at full or wholesale price. We are however supported with product endorsement from PelfreyBilt, Yakima Racks, Timbren Industries, Maxtrax, SnugTop, Bushwacker and Rotopax. 




  • Icon V.S 2.5 Series coilover and shocks (remote reservoir)
  • Icon tubular uniball upper control arms
  • Old Man Emu Dakar rear leaf springs, with Dakar extra leaf
  • Timbren bump stop suspension enhancement system



  • Pelfreybilt front plate bumper with integrated Rigid 20″ SR LED Light Bar
  • Pelfreybilt rear hi-clearance swing out
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  • Pelfreybilt weld on tapered kickoff 79″ sliders
  • Pelfreybilt IFS skid plate, 1/4″ Aluminum red powder coating
  • Pelfreybilt Mid skid plate, 1/4″ Aluminum red powder coating
  • TAP_taco4

Recovery Gear:

  • TJM Winch, 9000 lb stealth series with synthetic rope
  • Maxtrax sand ladders
  • Smittybilt 30ft recovery strap
  • Smittybilt tree protector strap
  • ARB onboard compressor
  • Tire deflators
  • Hi lift trail jack
  • Hi lift base sand plate
  • Shovel and axe
  • Factor 55 Flatlink
  • X-Jack inflating jack

Tires and wheels:

  • Tacoma wheels aluminum 16”x7” with Rustoleum Flexidip Black
  • BF Goodrich AT KO 285X75R16


Drivetrain and engine:

  • Standard Toyota 4×4 drivetrain and gear ratio
  • 236-HP 4.0 liter V-6, 5 Speed automatic w/OD
  • Airflow snorkel air intake
  • Rear diff locker
  • Hill Descent assist
  • Traction Control

Toyota Tacoma TAP rig

Overlanding gear:

  • National Lunar dual battery split charge system with 2x PC1400/G25:
    Odyssey batteries
  • Engel 45l fridge
  • Goose Gear Drawer and plate system.
  • AT stove and slide combo.
  • Cobra 75 WX ST Mobile CB Radio
  • SnugTop Rebel camper shell
  • Yakima mega warrior and load warrior baskets and roof rack system
  • Rotopax fuel and water carriers.
  • Delorme In-Reach GPS satellite and SOS responder
  • Garmin GPSMAP 62s receiver system
  • Trasharoo
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Raised in beautiful but rainy England, Andy moved to the sunny climes of Southern California in 1995 and hasn’t looked back since. Two and half decades working in the outdoor, bike and surf industries has given him a thirst for adventure and living life without a ceiling. When not working on the website, he can be found surfing Californian beaches, or in remote mountain or desert areas, either primitive camping, mountain biking or embarking upon vehicle assisted adventure in the backcountry with one of The Adventure Portal rigs.