2wd sr off-road?

Discussion in 'Off-Road' started by Larry77, Aug 12, 2018 at 6:25 PM.

  1. Larry77

    Larry77 Member

    Hey guys like what exactly off-road can a 2018 sr 2wd ride? No lift can purchase for off-road tires. Thanks in advance!
     
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  3. OR17TRD

    OR17TRD Well-Known Member

    Anything you want
     
  4. OU81taco16

    OU81taco16 Well-Known Member

    Well Larry, my dad is Larry and my brother is Larry. I pulled out two full size rear wheel drives two has I got onto a beach in North Florida with my 16 TRD Off Road 4x4. F150 crew and Nissan Titan crew. Not much on soft sand beaches even if airing down. Where do you live? Generally?
     
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    Larry77

    Larry77 Member

    Ok sir I live near the Niagara Region, but on the Canada side. My story is that the second day I bought the 2wd Tacoma I went to a local beach and got stuck in sand.
     
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    Larry77

    Larry77 Member

    Eh...I know it should not do any off-road...
     
  7. Crawdad

    Crawdad Well-Known Member

    A 2wd with a locked rear will do a lot more than you think. But taking a 2wd period onto a sandy beach is just asking for trouble. I had a 94 22RE 5spd with a "lincoln locker" and 31x10.50's with jacked up torsion bars and shackles in the back that I wasn't afraid to take anywhere, but I knew better than to stop or even go slow on a sandy beach. Lol
     
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  8. Bojangles

    Bojangles Well-Known Member

    Go with a 4x4 friend and some recovery equipment.... learn the trucks capabilities by getting stuck.
     
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  9. fishnwiz

    fishnwiz Member

    I had a 2 Wheel drive 89 Tacoma. A 2 wheel drive 2002 Tundra. Mud and snow (with weight in bed) were never a problem. Sand and deep loose gravel were.
     
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  10. Bogunn

    Bogunn Well-Known Member

    Welcome to the forum
     
  11. Bogunn

    Bogunn Well-Known Member

    Sand will be your worst enemy.
    Weight in the bed will help tremendously. If it was me, I’d avoid situations where the mud, sand, snow are too deep (if possible). Otherwise use it as a truck to go where you need. If it gets stuck it’ll just have to be pulled out.
     
  12. SomeDirtyCuban

    SomeDirtyCuban Well-Known Member

    I have a 2wd TRD sport. I’ve taken her on trails out in Pioche NV. Nothing crazy but she did great. It’s amazing what these trucks can do. I do avoid sand and mud but overall trails, my truck seems to handle just fine, there were a few sketchy situations where my heart sank and my anus clinched. However Pearl didn’t even flinch. I had a massive smile ear to ear the entire rest of that day.
     
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