I am joining this thread to learn all I can about Tacomas. The plan is to purchase a used SR5 and build it into an overland rig for my son. Due to the altitude, I am leaning toward a supercharger. His school is above 7,200ft and he hunts above 9,000ft. I am leaning toward gearing 5.29 for 35s. -20 and lower are common temperatures in Gunnison. So I have concerns about non-OEM gear holding up in the extreme cold and high altitude. I do not want to run wheel spacers but would like to get as much articulation as possible out of stock width front and rear axle. Frankly, I need expert advice and opinions. I really need some guidance on what I need to run 35's in terms of suspension and I would hope with mid-level articulation.