In this edition we have a 4Runner built for rocky adventures.
Taylor is from Eastern Colorado and is regularly roaming the mountains of the Rocky Mountain National Forest and the San Juan Mountains.
2004 Toyota 4Runner Sport Edition 4.7L V8
3″ Toytec lift
1″ Body Lift
Coastal Off-road High Clearance Front bumper
Coastal Off-road Low profile Rear bumper
Open Front Differential
Locking Center differential
Open Rear Differential
Cam tab gusset kit
35 X 12.5 R18 Tires
SPC Upper Control Arms
Smittybilt XXL Rooftop Tent (recent purchase, not pictured)
Smittybilt 9500 lb Winch
Dual battery system with Odyssey Group 31
How did you get into overlanding?
I owned an RV but wanted to simplify it and be able to still go off-road and camp. Also, I love to go exploring new places and overlanding makes that very possible.
What is the single item that made the biggest difference for you when overlanding?
Adding a larger Odyssey group 31 battery and 12 volt charging system to the rear of the 4Runner
Why do you overland?
Goes hand in hand with the previous question. I live to explore and travel to new places and the simplicity of overlanding allows that. Also, some of the best people I have met are people out on the trail doing the same thing as me.