Who needs armor for their Tacoma? 4 Wheel Parts might have you covered... for free!

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🏆 To celebrate the launch of their new 3rd Generation Tacoma accessories, 4 Wheel Parts have paired up with Tacoma3G to host a Giveaway. We're giving one piece of truck armor to a lucky Tacoma3G.com Forum member! You will be able to select: a front bumper, or a rear bumper, or a set of rock sliders, from the 4WP Catalog.



⚙️ To enter this Giveaway, we want you to tell us how you came to be a 4x4 enthusiast, and why a 3rd Gen Tacoma is your rig of choice. To make your entry, respond to this thread -- in your own words/format -- with the following information:
  • 1-3 photos of your truck
  • Tell us your story about becoming a 4x4 enthusiast and why you chose a 3rd Gen Tacoma. What are your plans and goals for your truck?
  • What is something you learned by browsing the Tacoma3G.com Forum?
  • Share a link to any product on the 4 Wheel Parts Website that you see yourself eventually using
  • If you win, do you want the front bumper, rear bumper, or rock sliders?

🏁 The winner will be selected by 4 Wheel Parts, based on your response. The goal is to hook-up a member that is clearly passionate about the 4x4 lifestyle and are likely to be in their 3rd Gen Tacoma for the long haul.



🟢 The Giveaway is officially open for entries. It will close on August 6, 2021, and the winner will be selected in the days following. Good luck!


 

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My dad taught me how to drive a stick-shift truck in a hayfield near our home when I was eleven years old, and I've never looked back. Half a dozen rigs later, the reliability, simplicity, and curb appeal of the 3rd gen Tacoma lured me back into a 2020 TRD Pro. After investing in storage solutions with a decked system for the bed, lots of molle panels, and a hidden winch and some sliders, my family and I took a couple overlanding trips in the hills. Camping beside a large river with the roof top tent keeping my wife and young ones comfortable, or wheelin' down a trail with plenty of room for gear and lunch, the Tacoma hasn't missed a beat. With suggestions from the guys here on T3G, I've added a rear differential breather, selected the best set of rock sliders for my use, and had a rollicking good time laughing at the different personalities and truck build styles represented here. God willing, the future holds more trips, more memories, and hopefully a rear bumper from 4wp!

Gear I hope to use eventually:
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I had a 4Runner back in high school and missed it. That was almost 18 years ago. I was always into modifying cars. It was a hobby, a passion. Got into car sales and it was taken away from me. Decided to go back to school. Started working at a State Prison. Learned it comes with good pay and early retirement. So there I was. Bought a house and did all the right things. Then I got trapped in this live to work cycle. Had a 2015 Corolla with everything. I've always wanted a Tacoma from back in the days I sold them. Impulsive thinking and woosh. I earned it. 2019 Tacoma in a snow storm. Literally the dealer driver went to pick it up during a State of Emergency. At first it was the little things. Then the more I'd read, the more I needed. Modifying the Tacoma became a hobby again. It's had it's ups and down. But it's helped keep my mental sanity. A build to keep me distracted, a progressive project that never ends and it gives me a sense of accomplishment after every new install. In the 2 years I've owned it, I've met a lot of people. It's the community that helps me get by. Tacoma3G.com has a more insightful base and I've received thoughtful help with specific questions. Don't get the same feedback from other places.

I want to explore more with the truck. Try new things. Taking it off road. Continue learning. I'm aiming for a RTT later on. Open up a new hobby to meet good people.

Currently running around bumperless. -.-

If it helps I'd be willing to contribute by doing a write up and sharing it on multiple social media platforms.
One of my strong skills is networking. Can get exposure and recommend people.

I've been eyeballing a winch from 4WP's for a while now.

If selected, I'd be interested in the rear bumper.

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🏆 To celebrate the launch of their new 3rd Generation Tacoma accessories, 4 Wheel Parts have paired up with Tacoma3G to host a Giveaway. We're giving one piece of truck armor to a lucky Tacoma3G.com Forum member! You will be able to select: a front bumper, or a rear bumper, or a set of rock sliders, from the 4WP Catalog.



⚙️ To enter this Giveaway, we want you to tell us how you came to be a 4x4 enthusiast, and why a 3rd Gen Tacoma is your rig of choice. To make your entry, respond to this thread -- in your own words/format -- with the following information:
  • 1-3 photos of your truck
  • Tell us your story about becoming a 4x4 enthusiast and why you chose a 3rd Gen Tacoma. What are your plans and goals for your truck?
  • What is something you learned by browsing the Tacoma3G.com Forum?
  • Share a link to any product on the 4 Wheel Parts Website that you see yourself eventually using
  • If you win, do you want the front bumper, rear bumper, or rock sliders?

🏁 The winner will be selected by 4 Wheel Parts, based on your response. The goal is to hook-up a member that is clearly passionate about the 4x4 lifestyle and are likely to be in their 3rd Gen Tacoma for the long haul.



🟢 The Giveaway is officially open for entries. It will close on August 6, 2021, and the winner will be selected in the days following. Good luck!

My father started me on my 4x4 journey. I started with learning to drive up in the hills in a 1957 willy's truck . 3 speed with a flat head 6. I was 12 and I was hooked . Over the years I've had many rigs and this is my second Tacoma. If I have a choice I would pic the Front bumper. The one thing I've learn from tacoma3g is how versatile the 3gen is and how many cool mods that are available.

 

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I have always just been a car/ truck guy my entire life. Always had a fascination with going fast or going off road. I’d like to build an oldschool new school truck, that looks like the old yota’s with the light bar and steel bumpers. I already have the front bumper I wanted now I just need the rear bumper. I just signed up for this forum but I have used threads on here many times before signing up, the ovtune was my first thread post and already found someone that can help me out. I like this site cause I know I’m not alone if something makes noise or don’t seem right. Someone else has already fixed it once on here.
I could absolutely use this for my truck it would complete the look I am going for. Thanks for the chance to win.



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When I first started offroading it was in a 2 wheel drive jeep visiting fire roads and small trails the 2wd could handle, little by little I started to creep up on the idea of purchasing the tacoma, being a bmw tech and working endless hours stressing out all the time and thinking about the outdoors constantly. my escape is travel which is why I purchased the tacoma, I gained confidence and eagerness to see where my rig could take me, little by little I started to going further and further and finding so much reward in all the places my wife and I have visited, most rewards beings the memories that I can take with me when I die. I will keep expanding my travel distances and experiences. And a front bumper winch accessibility can get me more comfort with harsher terrain.the rear tail gate is also a big goal and awesome setup for longer travels would totally rock their rear bumper.

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Just recently reintroduced to the 3G Tacoma family again. This will be my 3rd Taco. I've been fortunate enough to get over 250K out of my 89 & 99 models.
Life circumstances required a 'change' for a few years, however now I'm back in the family.
I would outfit my grey ghost with a new front bumper. I'm hoping to get another 250K+out of this relationship.
 

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I learned how to off road in a 2wd truck, got stuck 6 times the first time I ever tried it with a group a Tacoma guys, they took their time and taught me how not to get stuck and now I’m much better, that was 3 yrs ago, since then I go any weekend day I can get off of work to go ride with them and we always have an exciting adventure. The stock pic on my profile is the truck I learned in, but now I drive a 16 Tonka truck, that I did most of the build on. I just put the new bumpers on it from 4wd parts, so all it needs is sliders. Here’s a few pics of what it looks like now, and the guys in the Tampa 4wd parts store have seen this truck in person, they might remember me…
I’ve had so many Tacoma’s I could never count, my very first truck way back when I was 17 was an 89 Toyota pickup, that thing ran forever. And yes I am a woman that loves to off road, loves to try new things, get stuck, help others, and try to enjoy life when I’m not working.
 

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I've always been a car guy my whole life. I've been into Honda's and VW aircooled chassis since I could drive. My wife and I decided last year to buy a camper, but we needed something to pull it with. I was attracted to tacomas because of their reliability and versatility. I had thrown around the idea of a Tundra, but I have no use for a full size truck. It's just too big for our needs currently. We also plan on getting a SXS in a year or so, the Tacoma fit the bill for what I was wanting. I enjoy wrenching on things, I'm more of a DIY guy. In the near future I will be picking up a lift, hopefully the one linked below!


I'm also on other "tacoma" forums, but this one is better suited for me. I love this forum and how the members are here to help with any issue another member might have.

Future plans would be some rock slider/steps for my wife after I lift the truck! We are planning on getting some wheels in the future! If I happened to win, I'd love the sliders! I'm not a huge fan of steps for aesthetic reasons , but love the look of sliders.

Being new to 4X4 world, I'm just ready to do truck stuff. A recent outing with my wife resulted in her loving wheeling in the mud! On the second day of ownership we were pulling a SXS to the offroad park to go play, I see us doing that more once we get a SXS.
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Good luck to all participants! May the odds be ever in your favor!
 

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I started wheeling a few year ago after I was introduced to ATVs years prior to owning my Tacoma. I was stationed in Alaska and was looking to trying and getting a 2nd gen but I got sent overseas. This obviously changed my plans. I decided to save up while I was there and when I got back, I started into looking not only in Tacomas but other trucks as well. Eventually a few days before my promotion(a surprise), I went to the dealership and got to test drive the one I currently have. Got to drive it for a week before signing papers! Since then, I have been modding, albeit cheaper mods.
I am building an overlanding rig and I am excited for it.

This website has been great. I love the discussion threads and all the helpful info that is on here. It's great to ask a question and not get those ***holes who make you regret it.

I'd love to get some bump stops. https://www.4wheelparts.com/p/fox-2-0-factory-series-bump-stop-983-02-091/_/R-BKTK-983-02-091

If I won, I'd love to get the rear bumper even if it's without the swing outs. Second option would be the sliders.
 

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For the longest time i've been a street truck guy. My dad taught me how to drive in a manual transmission Chevy S10 and since then i've found myself preferring a truck over cars. Some time in high school I was introduced to rally truck racing and loved the ability to handle various terrains and such a beating. My first truck purchased on my own was a 2005 Chevy Colorado (2WD, 4 cylinder) and drove it till engine and transmission were costing me too much to repair. Needless to say, I got the truck stuck all too often trying to keep up with my friends. Slept in the bed of the truck a few times while floor camping during thunder storms but never had the funds to build out the Colorado and in all honesty, I didn't want to because i knew i would get rid of it at some point due to lack of capabilities. I had planned to get a Tundra until my dad loaned me his while I was trying to find a replacement for my Colorado. I quickly realized that the tundra was more than what I wanted and couldn't justify the size, the next best thing was the Tacoma. NO REGRETS!!! I love this thing and like most others, I have planned to spend way too much $$$ on it ...dont tell the wife. Best part is that the dog and wife love the truck as well. I introduced wife to camping but she refused to go on long trips until we got the Tacoma. Now she's down to go out of state in the truck and I have her thinking we can start going to places further away and more isolated. No approval needed for an overland build but there will be arguments over the amount spent. I got the truck in December and already have a list of items to buy: Next item on the list to buy is the Icon Stage 3 lift followed by skid plates and other miscellaneous items. First thing i learned was that i didn't do enough research on how i wanted to build my Tacoma and purchased a bed cover that I'm not sure can support the weight I may be putting on it. Also learned that i should relocate all the breathers in my truck as the city of Houston tends to flood. There is so much about 4x4 life that I don't know about, but quickly learning. Wife is probably tired of hearing me talk about things i've learned on the Taco Forums... pretty sure thats normal in the community. Before the end of the year, I'll be going to try some mild overlanding on true rocks, not the gravel i deal with daily at a local overland expo. To answer the question of my goals for the truck, I hadn't considered that, I guess its to visit as many state parks as I can and to join the community in random excursions. As for items to put to use, having so many beaches near me, i know i'll need a compressor, so why not an ARB Twin Air (link in sentence). If i were to win, I would likely want the rear bumper as i have already ordered a new front bumper. Yes, the truck looks stock now but it wont for long.
 

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I’ve always drove some kind of 4wd SUV for years, the went over to driving Swedish and German cars. But, I’ve always kept a spot for 4WD vehicles, all Toyota Tacoma’s driving them at my family’s place in Honduras. Sturdy long life Toyota Tacomas and one particular one with well over 500,000 miles and the only service being only an oil and transmission services. This impressed me. Fast forward to now, I felt a yearn to get back into a Tacoma because of this and POW! Went over to buy a used 2019, but when I got there it had sold, but I was offered a 2021 Off Road at a damn good price, so I took the plunge and never regretted it. Traded in a Mercedes SUV and never missed it. On Tacoma 3G I’ve learned the particular mods I’d need for my needs like BillieBars, (billiebars.com) running boards vs sliders, the particulars of tire/wheel sizing, and what is useful and not useful to my needs. A front bumper would be nice as the rear has the sensors, but not the front.



🏆 To celebrate the launch of their new 3rd Generation Tacoma accessories, 4 Wheel Parts have paired up with Tacoma3G to host a Giveaway. We're giving one piece of truck armor to a lucky Tacoma3G.com Forum member! You will be able to select: a front bumper, or a rear bumper, or a set of rock sliders, from the 4WP Catalog.



⚙️ To enter this Giveaway, we want you to tell us how you came to be a 4x4 enthusiast, and why a 3rd Gen Tacoma is your rig of choice. To make your entry, respond to this thread -- in your own words/format -- with the following information:
  • 1-3 photos of your truck
  • Tell us your story about becoming a 4x4 enthusiast and why you chose a 3rd Gen Tacoma. What are your plans and goals for your truck?
  • What is something you learned by browsing the Tacoma3G.com Forum?
  • Share a link to any product on the 4 Wheel Parts Website that you see yourself eventually using
  • If you win, do you want the front bumper, rear bumper, or rock sliders?

🏁 The winner will be selected by 4 Wheel Parts, based on your response. The goal is to hook-up a member that is clearly passionate about the 4x4 lifestyle and are likely to be in their 3rd Gen Tacoma for the long haul.



🟢 The Giveaway is officially open for entries. It will close on August 6, 2021, and the winner will be selected in the days following. Good luck!


 

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Long story short, I've been into the offroad since 9 y.o. with my 1987 Yamaha champ 100cc atv. The growing interest about Toyota pick up was to carry my atv's to the dunes and some new trails.
The dad of my best friend had a Black 1982 pick up that we have use to carry our atv and motocross. That truck was awesome...-40 C outside and it always start right up! It brought us litterally everywhere...
Since then I was sold and got my first Toy at 24 y.o. It was a 1993 T100 with 50k miles on it. The original owner was a neighbour of 92 years old. That truck was immaculate! I was always dreaming about installing a winch, but bank account says otherwise!
Fast forward to my 30's and my 2003 black Tacoma access cab, it was always what I've dream of.
It had a 3in lift, JBA uca, 285's but no winch... That black pick up served me very well. At 278k kilometers was still strong but I've decided to let it go.
It took me 1 year and I had to get another Tacoma! I was looking at 2nd gen used in 2019/20.
I knew the 3rd gen had it's flaws. I've kept on reading about what owners said in the forum, car complaints, etc.
I finally pulled the trigger on my 2019 MGM TRD O.R. DCSB.
The first week I've put Apex rocksliders. I've already dent my rocker on my 03 and didnt want to happened again on my brand new truck. I've put Eibach 2.0 coilovers, Icon aal with timbren active offroad bump stops and a couple of other mods.

Now, I'm looking into a bolt-on winch bumper and I've been considering the warn bumper and the SSO.
At the begining of this week, I saw the new bumper of 4wp video on Youtube and share it to my friends while telling them, "this is my next mod".
My girlfriend and I like to go wheeling into the powerlines trails and in the appalache mountains.
My trail dog is a french water dog and she's always ready to jump in for new adventures!
A winch bumper will be a very welcome addition to my build.
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🏆 To celebrate the launch of their new 3rd Generation Tacoma accessories, 4 Wheel Parts have paired up with Tacoma3G to host a Giveaway. We're giving one piece of truck armor to a lucky Tacoma3G.com Forum member! You will be able to select: a front bumper, or a rear bumper, or a set of rock sliders, from the 4WP Catalog.



⚙️ To enter this Giveaway, we want you to tell us how you came to be a 4x4 enthusiast, and why a 3rd Gen Tacoma is your rig of choice. To make your entry, respond to this thread -- in your own words/format -- with the following information:
  • 1-3 photos of your truck
  • Tell us your story about becoming a 4x4 enthusiast and why you chose a 3rd Gen Tacoma. What are your plans and goals for your truck?
  • What is something you learned by browsing the Tacoma3G.com Forum?
  • Share a link to any product on the 4 Wheel Parts Website that you see yourself eventually using
  • If you win, do you want the front bumper, rear bumper, or rock sliders?

🏁 The winner will be selected by 4 Wheel Parts, based on your response. The goal is to hook-up a member that is clearly passionate about the 4x4 lifestyle and are likely to be in their 3rd Gen Tacoma for the long haul.



🟢 The Giveaway is officially open for entries. It will close on August 6, 2021, and the winner will be selected in the days following. Good luck!


I have always been an active outdoor guy and am in the process of molding my son to be the same way....it's a struggle. He loves being with me on off road adventures and thanks me after every one of these adventures but he doesn't have the same desire to be out of cell phone range yet. My 2019 TRD Pro is a tool to help facilitate this. After owning a 1997 4Runner, I decided a truck would be more useful and the 4Runner's durability and capabilities sold me on the Toyota brand. Being able to customize it with all the different options available was a big plus. My son is 14 now and has been exposed to the dirt on most of the mountains in So. Cal but I don't think he has ever seen the drive back home!

I installed an ARB Twin Air Compressor, rock sliders and Diamondback cover. We are also in the process of planning an overlanding trip next year and I still have more upgrades to make. I would love to have the security of being able to self rescue or help someone who is in a tough spot. A front bumper and winch combo is definitely in my future at some point (https://www.4wheelparts.com/p/body-...winch-bumper-black-tc-19338/_/R-BKKM-TC-19338 and https://www.4wheelparts.com/p/warn-vr-evo-10-s-winch-with-synthetic-rope-103253/_/R-BCSQ-103253).
 

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🏆 To celebrate the launch of their new 3rd Generation Tacoma accessories, 4 Wheel Parts have paired up with Tacoma3G to host a Giveaway. We're giving one piece of truck armor to a lucky Tacoma3G.com Forum member! You will be able to select: a front bumper, or a rear bumper, or a set of rock sliders, from the 4WP Catalog.



⚙️ To enter this Giveaway, we want you to tell us how you came to be a 4x4 enthusiast, and why a 3rd Gen Tacoma is your rig of choice. To make your entry, respond to this thread -- in your own words/format -- with the following information:
  • 1-3 photos of your truck
  • Tell us your story about becoming a 4x4 enthusiast and why you chose a 3rd Gen Tacoma. What are your plans and goals for your truck?
  • What is something you learned by browsing the Tacoma3G.com Forum?
  • Share a link to any product on the 4 Wheel Parts Website that you see yourself eventually using
  • If you win, do you want the front bumper, rear bumper, or rock sliders?

🏁 The winner will be selected by 4 Wheel Parts, based on your response. The goal is to hook-up a member that is clearly passionate about the 4x4 lifestyle and are likely to be in their 3rd Gen Tacoma for the long haul.



🟢 The Giveaway is officially open for entries. It will close on August 6, 2021, and the winner will be selected in the days following. Good luck!


I became Addicted to 4X4 with my first jeep when I was a teenager. Got tired of jeeps once the JK became a douche mobile. Always appreciated Toyotas after driving hilux and 1 gen Tacomas in Iraq. My plans are 33's and armor. I learned a ton about Tacomas from this forum but most importantly about the fuel pump recall.

https://www.4wheelparts.com/p/4-whe...&gp=1&utm_source=IGShopping&utm_medium=Social

If I win I'd prefer a front bumper.
 

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