Photo of the Week
We don’t get much snow in Texas, but when we do it is exciting…at least to some people. I received the first light dusting of snow this year and had the opportunity to take my 2017 Toyota 4Runner TRD Off-Road out for a drive. It sure does handle good. Bilstein 6112 up front and 5160 in the back really make for a planted vehicle and my Cooper Discoverer A/T3 in 275/70R17 give a lot of traction so that I am not sliding around. If you get the chance, go out and play in the snow…just be safe and careful, no car will handle in the snow as good as on dry surface…not even a 4Runner.
Texas Kayak Fisher and trail4runner.com
Along with fishing and kayak fishing, one of my other passions is my Toyota 4Runner. My 5th Gen Toyota 4Runner helps me to get from spot to spot, including those hard to get to fishing locations which require an off road vehicle like the 4Runner.
Trail4runner.com helps to inform others with information on modifications, how-to articles, tips for off-roading, and everything related to your 5th Gen Toyota 4Runner.
Please check out all that Trail4Runner.com has to offer, including articles published by myself and my knowledge of the Toyota 4Runner.
KC HiLiTES 2″ Backup Flood Light Review
Lighting is such a crucial thing to have, and you can take my word that these KC Hilites Backup Flood lights give you plenty of lighting.
K&N VF2000 cabin air filter
If you live in a dusty area, go off road a lot, or simply want an awesome cabin air filter then look no further than the VF2000 for your 5th Gen 4Runner.