The tacoma rear window is pretty small so not sure about a pass-thru. My truck has a pretty hefty roof rack that I could use with the front window as an escape....that does not help in the bear situationLooking forward to mo' bettah uncovid Sir - please? okay? Soonest!
Doors'n Windows foam - just went through five cans, key to it doing void filling is layers over time, gun in 1/2 to 3/4" serpentine coils and move on to next part and switch back once its toughened up... got to love the aerosol acetone gun cleaner, nice terry cloth towel with a spritz of cleaner and most oops are reversed!
If* you'll excuse hindsight comment - I use 3m Hi-Strength 90 Spray Adhesive AND the windows'n doors foam together, spray both sides to be bonded and while the spray adhesive dries to finger drag without grab do the gunned foam ribbon around the perimeter etc. then hold the EPS or polyiso board in place - the 3m 90 crackles as the bond loosens so it is massage the piece into place until the snap crackle and pop hushes - on full cure to remove its like chipping out rock plaster
I've thought better of Jeep products, looked at Tacoma then... up in the air, ideally i'd like to pass through from cab to camper (in emergency?) without leaving the vehicle,,, standing in a tshirt & jeans looking up at a 9' Brownie near Willow AK FROM EIGHT FOOT AWAY has that forever etched in my wish list -
As for Jeep vs Taco's. A lot of folks in my area are into Jeeps. I do think the Gladiators are pretty nice. I just can't get past the price personally.
Based on the issues locals have with Jeeps I would not touch a new one...just too unreliable. I've owned 3 Tacos and have 350K miles and the only issues have been brakes, tires, oil changes, etc. Taco's have a good aftermarket for off-road gear, less than Jeeps but still good enough IMO. There are a boatload of Taco's on the road with over 350K miles on the original drivetrain. Here in the northeast rust usually kills them before the engine gives up.