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481 views • January 21, 2022

X Overland's Ultimate Tacoma Overland Build 2 Ways//First Tacoma PCOR Tray Bed//One With GFC Camper

Expedition OverIand
It’s been a minute since we at X Overland built out our 2016 Toyota Tacoma. This past year, we were beyond excited to build not one, but two new Overland and film production-ready Toyota Tacoma builds. Clay’s vision behind these was to take our lessons learned from previous builds, push the limits, and create two Tacoma’s that served different purposes on our upcoming film production and overlanding travels to Alaska. Join us in this detailed video as we dive into the build details, the reasons behind our decisions, and where you can find these products. Enjoy! These two trucks have many firsts along with tried and true as we tried out a few prototype products from our partners. First up, we couldn’t pass up this opportunity to finally go to 35” @General Tires which meant a re-gear for both trucks and some body trimming. Another first is the all-new CDEC Electronic Suspension from Icon Vehicle Dynamics and a prototype bumper with brush guards from CBI Offroad along with larger side steps for the camera guys. ‘Atigun’ the 2021 Offroad Tacoma is the FIRST to have a Tacoma @PCOR 4x4 Ute Tray bed from @Patriot Camperscreated, shipped from Australia, and installed. This truck is the primary film production truck with solar panels from Redarc and top of the line power management systems to keep all of our camera and drone batteries topped off with enough juice left over to offload all of that data every night. We left the top clear for fishing pole boxes from Big Sky Rod Box and cargo space for those Alaska activities. ‘Raven’ is the 2020 Offroad Tacoma and was built light and fast with many lifestyle elements included. A Go Fast Camper, Decked drawer system, and the Redarc Redvision system make this one fast, livable truck. Inside, a 60% Goose Gear seat delete was added for further camera storage for quick, dust-free access. These are just a few of the details that make up these trucks, we do our best to dive in further throughout the video and if you have questions, head over to https://xoverland.com/vehiclebuilds/ for more info. Thank you for watching, please subscribe, share, and be sure to catch the trucks in action in our all-new Alaska Series airing tonight at 7pm MST here on our channel! #xoverland #anywhereispossible #truckbuild
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