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I didn't know the TRD Pro could come with the snorkel. Interesting. I wonder if it still has those red iso seats?
 

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high intake option & maybe* a 2400 watt inverter upgrade and do you really need the trailhunter if you're more in the light off-roader crowd....?
 

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high intake option & maybe* a 2400 watt inverter upgrade and do you really need the trailhunter if you're more in the light off-roader crowd....?
The correct answer is no. However, if I don't get the trailhunter how will all the other dads at the mall know how I awesome I am?
 

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"Snorke"l looks to be an option now. And looks like amp research made a set of drop steps! Really gotta check these 3 trims out in full when spec sheets come available. TRDOR vs TRD PRO vs TRDTH. Bet that "snorkel" is only available on the top two. Really wanna see that accessory list, which they claim almost 200 parts.
 

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The correct answer is no. However, if I don't get the trailhunter how will all the other dads at the mall know how I awesome I am?
TH is still the way to go if you want the bed lights perimeter array, analog aux switches, and that JBL speaker with the rumored solid state battery. I need that JBL speaker as a talking point the next time I run in to some Cybertruck fan boi so I can mansplain his battery tech is already obsolete 🤙🏼
 

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TH is still the way to go if you want the bed lights perimeter array, analog aux switches, and that JBL speaker with the rumored solid state battery. I need that JBL speaker as a talking point the next time I run in to some Cybertruck fan boi so I can mansplain his battery tech is already obsolete 🤙🏼
TRDOR and Pro are supposed to offer (as standard or optioned) those same features. Based on several video reviews of pre-production models. Whether that stands true when released is still yet to be revealed. So far, most info is coming from the Canadian market, but they're known to have limitations in their builds compared to the US.

Main bias for TH is gonna be high mount intake (snorkel), wheels, OME raised suspension, alternate interior. BUT, if the raised intake becomes an option, it may be cheaper, or at least more cost effective, to buy a TRDOR and build it out the way you want it with whatever aftermarket goodies you want.
 

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TRDOR and Pro are supposed to offer (as standard or optioned) those same features. Based on several video reviews of pre-production models. Whether that stands true when released is still yet to be revealed. So far, most info is coming from the Canadian market, but they're known to have limitations in their builds compared to the US.

Main bias for TH is gonna be high mount intake (snorkel), wheels, OME raised suspension, alternate interior. BUT, if the raised intake becomes an option, it may be cheaper, or at least more cost effective, to buy a TRDOR and build it out the way you want it with whatever aftermarket goodies you want.
I’m definitely hoping for base model THs to hit dealers without the need to configure from factory, that’s why I went with a deposit on that trim level. Even if I have to sell the Marty McFly for scrap value lol. The next 4g/5g that I get will probably be more customized. Just need to get that improved MPG engine asap
 

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I’m definitely hoping for base model THs to hit dealers without the need to configure from factory, that’s why I went with a deposit on that trim level. Even if I have to sell the Marty McFly for scrap value lol. The next 4g/5g that I get will probably be more customized. Just need to get that improved MPG engine asap
Totally feel ya on that one. Very well equipped out the box for mild adventuring. Hoping that sport rack is optional, much prefer the full rack with roof rack for my overlanding needs. But I already have a rack that would be compatible if someone comes out with a sliding tonneau with tracks. Only thing I plan extra is a small spacer lift to get 35s tucked under. I'll miss my current 37s...

2024 Tacoma TERRA 2024 Tacoma TRD Pro with Snorkel + Power Retractable Running Boards Screenshot_20230914_110623_Chrome


2024 Tacoma TERRA 2024 Tacoma TRD Pro with Snorkel + Power Retractable Running Boards Screenshot_20230914_110656_Chrome
 

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This shows standard equipment on Pro and TH. I’m thinking standard equipment will not be optional, it will only come (close to) one way

2024 Tacoma TERRA 2024 Tacoma TRD Pro with Snorkel + Power Retractable Running Boards IMG_8228
 

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This shows standard equipment on Pro and TH. I’m thinking standard equipment will not be optional, it will only come (close to) one way

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Why wouldn't it? What's standard on an upper trim level will sometimes be offered as an option, or part part of a package on a lesser trim. All manufacturers do it. Until the full gambit of info is release, most of what is shown on this forum is speculation, with the exception of the Canadian market, right now. Within the next month or 2 is when those hard facts will get revealed.
 

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Why wouldn't it? What's standard on an upper trim level will sometimes be offered as an option, or part part of a package on a lesser trim. All manufacturers do it. Until the full gambit of info is release, most of what is shown on this forum is speculation, with the exception of the Canadian market, right now. Within the next month or 2 is when those hard facts will get revealed.
I think the question was whether you could option without that equipment on the high trims, which looks unlikely. But, yeah, people should be looking at multiple trims and deciding which features are important to them. It might be better to get something to build up, rather than replacing parts you paid extra to get.
 

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I think the question was whether you could option without that equipment on the high trims, which looks unlikely. But, yeah, people should be looking at multiple trims and deciding which features are important to them. It might be better to get something to build up, rather than replacing parts you paid extra to get.
Ah, seems I was confused. Thanks
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