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Toyota Tacoma owners know what’s up. They’re running one of the most versatile and high-performing off-road trucks on the market. They’re a top choice for outlanders and 4×4 fans, and especially outdoorsmen. Many of us haven’t held back transforming their Toyota into a mobile hunting camp headquarters, or the ultimate fishing rig on wheels.

What’s better, everyone’s favorite online retailer of aftermarket parts for Jeep Wranglers is adding Toyota Tacoma parts for 2005 models and onward. is expanding their selection to the community of Tacoma owners, and the timing couldn’t have been better.

Coupled with the new inventory is the announcement of the “Transform your Tacoma” Sweepstakes with $5,000 in parts up for grabs! View and enter daily using the sweepstakes entry form.

toyota tacoma giveaway

The giveaway runs until November 30, 2018, and you have multiple opportunities to enter the win a huge prize package. You’ll have your choice of everything from Armor, Lift-Kits, Exhaust, and even Lighting.

Check out the Tacoma page at ExtremeTerrain to see everything they have to offer.

If you’re running a Tacoma, this one is a no-brainer.

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  1. Hipster mobile for sure. In Colorado they drive these or a Rubicon Jeep. All tricked out for 4 wheeling and yet they never leave pavement. Give it 10 years and these will be worth picking up.

      • I was just about to say that… for some off road stuff here in Montana, you won’t find better options. I actually plan on trading in my F150 for one or the other within a year. I’ve never owned an SUV but the rubicons are pretty versatile, so they appeal to me. Plenty of spots to store gear on the exterior, plus one of those roof top campers I want to try so bad. I’m looking for a rig that can go where people like Joseph “keyboard warrior” Quixnote would need a guide and donkey’s then stay a week or two. Show me two better options than the jeeps and tacomas within that size, price, and fuel economy and I’d love to compare them. Chances are, they won’t even come close.

        • The newest generation of 4Runner is the first truck/SUV in YEARS that I have gotten excited about. It’s bad a$$. 😎

          Rubicon’s and Tacoma’s are ok too. Most new trucks these days baffle me. Hideously huge and ugly.

        • Pretty sure I have driven over mountains here in Colorado that are taller than the tallest in all of Montana. Just saying. I will put my old Bronco against any new Toyota if were in a wheeling contest.
          I also didn’t say that I hated the new Toyotas, I just observed that they are driven by hipsters. (as are most Jeeps in Colorado) You seemed to take offense at that. Must be a lot of glasses wearing long bearded skinny jeans owning fellas in Montana anymore. Sad your following Colorado in that regard.

  2. Article says 2005-current, but the website says 2016 and newer. I guess I’ll just keep saving my money and building my own parts…

    • I agree Tim. I own a 2013 Trd off-road. Those bumpers look like they wouldn’t protect anything. Guess I’ll save up for a buckstop bumper.

  3. If I want to test a new car model, I rent it. In fact, everyone thinks that renting a car is very expensive, but I assure you that it is not. My last rental was in Malaga, and I rented a nice car at the train station for £11 per day on For me, this is a great price

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