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  1. I have a 2009 Toyota Tacoma SR-5 Access Cab with a 6' bed. It is a V6 with 4 wheel drive automatic. Why spend weeks and thousands of dollars setting up a rig to tow 4 down. I can tell you from 45 years of RV experience, you don't want to tow on a trailer or tow dolly. 4 down is the ONLY way to go. Included in this price is a Remco drive line disconnect (just pull a lever next to the drivers seat), a Break Buddy breaking system with wireless sensor, a top-of-the line Roadmaster Sterling tow hitch all wired and ready to go and Firestone Air Bags with remote air system controllable from inside the cab. If you are buying a motorhome and want to tow a 'toad', this is the perfect system and it's all ready to go. We put an ATV in the truck bed and used the Firestone air bags to level the truck bed. I purchased this Toyota new in 2009. I am the original owner. My Toyota has less then 48,000 miles. This is a four door access cab. You can put 4 adults inside. It's been impeccably maintained. It has never been in an accident. All of the front is covered with a plastic anti ding coating so the truck looks great. There is one very small 3/4" ding in the rear corner bumper where someone dinged it while my wife was parked in a parking lot. Most folks would have a hard time even finding it. Other than that, it is in pristine condition. My Toyota also has a 2" wired tow hitch. All these extras that make this rig the perfect ready to go 'toad' costs about $5200 + installed new plus the hours and hours and hours spent getting all this stuff done. I have lot's of high quality photos I can send you directly. I'm in the Portland, Oregon area.
  2. 2002 V6 Ford Ranger XLT extended cab truck with tow bar. Vehicle is in very good condition. Interior is in excellent condition. 88600 miles. Low mileage tires. Maintenance records included. 5 speed manual transmission with new clutch (less than a year old.) Clutch master and slave replaced at that time also. Differential serviced in 2018. Heavy rubber mat in truck bed. Blue Ox tow bar included (only used a few ties.) Wired for towing with tow ball on rear bumper. Located in Iowa. No rust. Asking $5300 firm. No dealers. Call 904-207-1008
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