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My 2007 Tacoma does this too. On mine there are drainage holes in the front bed. When they become clogged it fills up. Either clean the drain holes if you have them or you can drill one on each side.

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I've got an old tank from an air compressor that is being scrapped. I want to mount it into the truck bed, and leave it full of compressed air at all times while driving. Basically, it would become a 'pig.' I'd hook up a schrader valve or a quick connect, and leave a hose in the toolbox or cab. I could even install a pop-off valve set at 100 PSI or so. Having air with me would allow me to air-up tires and provide compressed air when needed.

Does anyone know, first off, if this is legal? It could be dangerous in the event of an accident.

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