Here are photos of my screen. The first photo is of the entire screen. I chose to put the screen over the existing grill because I didn’t wont to disturb the factory caulk. When the time comes that I might have to redo the caulk I will place the screen behind the grill and eliminate the aluminum bars that I added to hold the screen. You will notice that I primed and painted everything to match the existing trim. Every thing I used I got at the local hardware store. The aluminum bars holding the screen in place are 1”x 1/8” cut to length and edges on the ends filed smooth. The factory screws that were holding the grill on were replaced with ones ¼” longer to allow for the thickness of the aluminum bars and screen. The screw holes in the aluminum bars were drilled at the same location as the factory holes in the grill so that I could reuse the existing holes. The second photo shows the size of the screen, just slightly over 1/8”. It was galvanized steel, primed and painted to match. The third photo is of the upper right corner showing the over lapping of the screen and aluminum bars onto the existing grill. You can also the factory caulk that left intact.
My Tacoma does real good towing my a122s. According to the factory sticker on the inside of the door my a122s dry weight is 2038 lbs. That does not include propane, battery, water or anything else that has been added. It should be fairly close. I’m probably about 2300 lbs. loaded for an outing. I have weighed the tongue at 334 lbs. Yes my truck has the v6 and tow package and I installed the brake controller.
Never try to teach a pig to sing, it's a waste of time and annoys the hell out of the pig.
2014 Rockwood A122S
2014 Tacoma 4x4