DC and Toyota made a serious winter camping rig
At the end of August DC and Toyota announced a contest pitting DC's Moto, Skate, and Snow teams against each other to see who could come up with the best design for a dream Tacoma truck. The designs were put to public vote and the snow build proposed by Devun Walsh and Iikka Backstrom won.
DC and Toyota then got a stock Tacoma over to the crew at Camburg Engineering who kitted out this ultimate winter camping rig. During the build Travis Rice also stopped by to give some feedback and make a few tweaks to the final design. See the build in progress in the photo gallery above.
Take a walk-through of the whole setup with Iikka Backstrom.
All the mods.
Plow: Meyer, Drive pro
Lights: KC HiLites 40″ LED Light bar
Sled Deck: Camburg Engineering custom built
Snowboard Racks: Thule 575
Tool Box: Jobox StorAll
Tent: ARB Series III Simpson
Suspension: Front: Camburg 2.5″ CRS Coilovers with 4130 Tube upper control arms Rear: Rear spring pack with res rear shocks
Tires: General Grabber AT2 285/75/16
Rims: KMC Enduro 16×8″
Exterior: LINE X coated truck in arctic white
Side steps: N-Fab
Seats: Road Wire Leather
Audio: JBL amps and speakers
Personal Electronic Accessories: Scoshe boomBOTTLEs blue tooth portable speakers, charging ports, EFX audio wiring, and power cables
Who wants to do some road trip camping this winter?