2009 Tacoma/2017 AT Overland Habitat Build $39,000

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2009 Toyota Tacoma TRD OR DCSB with a 2017 AT Overland Habitat


Fully Built Overland Adventure Rig - $39,000 (trailer not included)

* 4.0 V6 with 6 speed manual transmission
*5 Foot Bed
* TRD Off Road Pkg
* TRD Cold Air Intake with lifetime filter
* TRD Exhaust
* 285/75/16 General Grabber ATX load range E on aftermarket 16x7 KMC black wheels
* OME (Old Man Emu) Dakar 10 leaf spring pack in the rear #CS047R
* Firestone Ride-Rite airbags with Schrader fill valves routed above rear license plate
* Daystar Cradles to allow full articulation of rear suspension
* FK29 Driveline Spacer Kit
* Carrier Bearing Drop
* Electronic locking differential
* A-Trac stability control
* ARB Deluxe Bull Bar #3423030 with winch mount and LED fog lights
* Smittybilt XRC 9.5k winch with synthetic rope
* CBI Bushmaster Steel Plate wraparaound rear bumper with high clearance receiver hitch and additional backup lights
* Rear backup camera
* Bluetooth phone controls
* AM/FM/Sat/Aux/MP3 Multi CD with JBL audio and subwoofer
* Power windows, door locks, sliding rear window
* 400w onboard AC power in truck bed
*Off Grid Engineering DC to DC dual battery split system with Redarc BCDC 25 to charge the secondary Odyssey AGM 35-PC 1400T

Suspension Upgrade
* Icon Delta Joint UCA
* Icon LCA skid plates
* King Shocks 700lb Coil
* King Shocks 25001-121A Remote Reservoirs For Rear
* King Shocks 25001-119EXT Adjustable Coilovers For Front

* Prinsu Design Studio Habitat rack with a Cali Raised LED 40” Amber light bar and 2 Xbull recovery tracks
* Trigger 4 Plus switch with Bluetooth capability, as well as rocker switches mounted below AC controls
* ARB Twin Stack Compressor mounted with Expedition Essentials mount in the driver’s side cubby in the bed of the truck
* Iceco JP 42 fridge/freezer
* Bedrug insulated/padded bed liner

2017 AT Overland Habitat
  • Front slider window
  • Passenger side half slider with screen
  • Rear hatch window
  • Fully carpeted
  • Nemo Tent
  • Rooftop L-track with 3 crossbars mounted
  • 12v accessory package includes cigarette lighter outlet and 2-5amp USB outlets
  • 2 white pillar mounted LED lights
  • 2-24” wide additional removable sleeping platforms to allow for full capacity sleeping up top in the Habitat
  • Multiple mesh storage pouches on the side, as well as an overhead attic storage setup
  • Seam-sealed and no leaks
  • Integrated awning to escape the elements

This is a great four season adventure mobile. Only selling because our family is growing beyond the rig’s capabilities. So, we’re moving to a full-size configuration to better accommodate everyone. Feel free to reach out for any questions. We even wrote a blog detailing the build and will happily share the link.


We’re also happy to share the real pros and cons that we’ve learned with each of our builds along the way. Now, get out there and start your own adventures.
 

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A couple more photos and information. We’re the original owners and have service records from the very beginning, including gas records. Also, we forgot to add the mileage. Last fill up we hit 189,497. Well maintained and ready for many more miles of fun adventures
 

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Wow,, Congrats on the Bison!! thats a great looking rig, if your ever in the Sacramento area,, would love to check it out ;-) GLWS
We get down to Sacramento from time to time. Feel free to checkout our website and send an email to make things easier to stay in contact.

The Bison survived a 1900mi shakedown trip from Oklahoma to Lake Tahoe. We like the option to build out ourselves. After all, we dialed in the Tacoma with what works well. Might as well do the same thing with the Bison. What may work well for someone in the desert may not work so well for someone in the snowy mountains.
 
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