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Old 06-11-2018, 01:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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See how a Dual Case can take your truck to an entirely new level [video]

What's up Pirates!

BigMike from Marlin Crawler here. We've put up another TacoBox demonstration video showcasing the speed differences between Stock Low Range, Dual Low Range, and Quintuple Low Range, which is the full gauntlet of speeds you get when you install a Marlin Crawler TacoBox into your auto or manual 1995 and newer Tacoma, 4Runner, T100, FJ Cruiser, Tundra, Sequoia, & GX470.

This video was created to showcase that on difficult obstacles, going fast can actually be slower than Crawling, where you let the truck search for traction in a safe and controlled manner which is only possible with the low gearing from the TacoBox.


Happy to answer any questions!

Availability: We're currently waiting for more gears to get in from Japan so we can get caught up on back-orders and get the TacoBox back in stock. Realistically it will be another two months. Feel free to give us a call, even if you're just looking for info or to get your name on our list! (559) 25-CRAWL / (559) 252-7295

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Old 06-22-2018, 11:57 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Here’s my 209:1 crawl ratio Tacoma on Dusy, who doesn’t love duals?!

I think I need a 4.7 crawler for my runner
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Glad I built my crawl box back in 2008 when all the parts were not indefinitely backordered.
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Here’s my 209:1 crawl ratio Tacoma on Dusy, who doesn’t love duals?!

I think I need a 4.7 crawler for my runner
auto or manual. That is a lot of crawl!
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auto or manual. That is a lot of crawl!
It was an auto.
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Here’s my 209:1 crawl ratio Tacoma on Dusy, who doesn’t love duals?!
too fast.

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