extended bed?

Asked by Jun 16, 2013 at 03:00 PM about the Toyota Tacoma

Question type: Car Customization

We are looking for a farm delivery vehicle. We have been thinking of a van, but would
much rather have a truck. If we can get an extended bed with a tall shell and customize
an evaporative cooling system in the back, we would love a Toyota. Is this possible?
Thanks so much!

3 Answers

Sure...anything is possible, just have to connect to the source for your custom work, perhaps the dealership will do as you ask if you agree to purchase the vehicle after modifications...or put the money down on the modifications so that they know that you mean business~

why not use the onboard refrigerant loop rather than the troublesome evaporative cooler which is gonna need a tankfull of water periodically...this kind of modification seemingly will be more trouble free than another system~ pipe refrigerant lines to another evaporator at the back....given enough time could engineer the thing with parts required~

Toyota is the best, most reliable critter out there, have tried to get rid of my '93 pickup (because it's sardine quarters), but is too reliable after 163,000 miles~

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