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(1989 Toyota Tacoma 4x4 (22RE)- 4cyc., great on gas, 171k (highway miles), 5spd, runs and drives great, ready to drive, 31" tires, SOLID FRAME(NO RUST ON FRAME!!), body has a few small surface rust stops, nothing major at all, there no rust holes in this truck, great for daily driver.
A few not perfect things about the truck is that slowly the clutch is going(slips a bit when getting on it). A new clutch would cost roughly a $100. And also as you can see its missing the grill piece and has a dent in the front right fender. Also, the typical cracked signal lights. I am willing to work with the price on that still considering the truck is still drivable by all means and runs great with a SOLID FRAME!! Make an offer! JUST BOUGHT NEW CLUTCH NOT INSTALLED THOUGH!! DURALAST CLUTCH!! COMPLETE ASSMEBLY!!! ) -from the craigslist add
$2,300OBO


Im wanting to add our 6'6" western to it. Would it have enough power to push light snow.

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Greg


our 88 yoda's front frame rusted off and dropped the plow last Feb. :(
 

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it will push a lot of snow my dad had a 85 with the 22r motor and a 6'6'' fisher plow. and that thing would push any thing as long as u had weight in the back but dont get me wrong we did have our fair share of getting stuck in the non exsisting ditches:mad:
 

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ditto on the truck pushing a lot of snow. especially with only he 6'6" plow. I put wings on my 6'8" plow and i'm up to 8'4" on it. Makes a great timesaver on the driveways. If we do get hammered with the concrete snow I will take one or both of the wings off to ease it up on the truck.
 
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