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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 th
2003 Toyota Tacoma SR5 Toad – Turn Key, Ready To Tow * Extended Cab, 6’ Bed, Red (hard to photograph red color....) * 2.4L, 4-Cyl, AT, 4x2, RWD * SR5 Pkg, Auto, Tilt Steering, Cruise Control, A/C, AM/FM/CD/Cassette, etc...... * Low Mileage: 141,xxx miles * A.R.E. Topper/Cap w/matching paint * Gen One Tacoma: Weight ~3000 lbs + Topper ~150 lbs * VIN #: 5TEVL52NX3Z271235 * New Windshield, Fall 2017 * Goodyear, Assurance Ultratour Tires – new June 2017 @ 133,648 miles * Gabriel Ultra Shocks – new June 2017 @ 133,894 mi * Tinted Windows
Just wanted to say "hello". My wife and I are special makeup effects artists for movies and television shows and we're getting ready to go full-on mobile in, most likely, a Thor Outlaw. We are going to be towing our Subaru Outback and now we started thinking about towing it on a trailer. If it's even feasible to tow that much weight, do RV parks let you park a car on a trailer? Most parks that I can remember seeing only allow you to park a car, or so I thought. Thanks!