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680/720LT for Tacoma

Discussion in 'Blizzard Plows Discussion' started by djkvt, Dec 20, 2009.

  1. djkvt

    djkvt Junior Member
    Messages: 2


    Like so many posts, I am new to this forum and in the market for a plow to put on my Tacoma. 2007, 2.7L 4-cyl for my driveway and a few neighbors.

    Does anyone run a Blizzard on a Tacoma? I like the price of the SnowDogg but it just seems like way too much plow for the little Taco. No need for a big truck.
  2. flykelley

    flykelley 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,127

    I have a Blizzard 680 on my Jeep, I would think the 680 is a good fit. I would suggest that you call Jerres service in Erie Pa, I know he still has some new ones.

    Regards Mike
  3. earthman85

    earthman85 Junior Member
    Messages: 3


    I put a blizzard 680 LT on the back of my 2007 4 cyl Tacoma. I made a custom mount that goes into the trailer hitch. I plow my alley and it's a great match for the truck. Factory suspension sags 1" when I raise the plow which isn't bad at all. If we get some snow, I'll post some plowing shots.
  4. djkvt

    djkvt Junior Member
    Messages: 2

    Wow, thanks. Seems like the rear end of this truck sags under weight, although it does ride pretty nice with 150# of sand in the rear and gets around in most storms in 2 wheel drive.

    Any opinions on timbrens vs air shocks / air shocks? I've also heard recomendations of putting a 2" lift to level out the front end.
  5. ppap

    ppap Junior Member
    Messages: 29

    You may want to reconsider a Snowdogg MD68. Its about 400lbs and very durable. The stainless steel blade and low price make it a bargain. I have one on my ZR2 S10 which is comparable to your Taco. I put Timbrens up front which decrease the sag to about 1.5" with the blade raised. Its better to have too much plow than not enough.