Travis Pfalzgraff

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Year Started:
Off-Road Style:
Rock Crawling
My Garage:
  • 1992 Toyota Hilux (5.5" lift, 38" tires)
  • 1985 Toyota Hilux (5.5" lift, 37" tires)
  • 1983 Toyota Hilux (4" lift, 37" tires)
  • 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee (5" lift, 35" tires)
I am a Colorado native, and I've been wheeling since I can remember. I've wheeled Jeeps, Scouts, full size pickups, and now have a Toyota. Both of my boys have inherited my love of the sport and have very capable rigs of their own.

My Garage (4)

1992 Toyota Hilux

Lift Size: 5.5"
Tire Size: 38"
Toyota "truggy" with 5.29's, dual transfer cases, 4.7:1 gears in the back case, Detroit in the rear and Toyota E locker in the front

1985 Toyota Hilux

Lift Size: 5.5"
Tire Size: 37"
My youngest son's ride, a 1985 Toyota Pickup with Heads/Cam/Intake 6.0L LS running a Holley Terminator X Engine Management System, built 700r4, and dual Toyota gear drive cases. Running gear includes a shaved 14 bolt w/ 5.38's and a detroit locker, and a kingpin Dana 60 w/ 5.38's and a limited slip (for now). Tires are 37" Ironman All-Country M/t's.

1983 Toyota Hilux

Lift Size: 4"
Tire Size: 37"
Originally built for my late father, it's a 1983 Toyota pickup with a Vortec 4.3 V6 with Holley Sniper Fuel Injection, a full manual TH350, dual Toyota gear drive cases with 4.7:1 reduction in the rear case. Both axles are Toyota, with the front having 5.29's, an e-locker, and Longfield axles. The rear has 5.29's, a detroit locker, and chromoly shafts. I am running 37" Goodyear MTR's with beadlocks. Other goodies include Hydro assist steering, a custom flatbed with a built in job-box, and a Sidewinder gated shifter that I would recommend for any purpose built offroad vehicle.

1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee

Lift Size: 5"
Tire Size: 35"
My oldest son's rig, a 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee with a factory Magnum 318. The transmission and transfercase are both units from a Ram 1500 of the era. It has a longarm 4 link system (can't think of the brand off the top of my head) with around 5-6 inches of lift. The axles are among the holy grail of non-aftermarket variety being Dana 60's front and rear from a 1979 Ford F-350 with high pinion and driver's side drop. Both axles are 5.38's with the front having an ARB air locker and the rear having a detroit locker. It is currently running 35" Ironman All-Country M/t's.Other features include on board air. Hydro assist steering, and quick disconnect sway bars.