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Old 05-07-2013, 05:29 AM   #1
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LB vs. SB turning radius

Hey new guy here considering both the long and short bed generation 2 Tacomas. The stats shown for both mention wheelbase, with a difference of about a foot, but not how much that affects turning radius. Anyone have experience with both models and can offer some opinions?
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If it helps anyone else, I found out that the SB has a turning radius of 41ft and the LB is 44ft.
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I had both my previous was a 2011 TRD Sport LB and now a 2013 TRD Offroad SB...in tight parking lots the SB is much easier to turn into and out of and then on stop lights where it allows to do u-turns i notice I dont hit the curb with the SB vs the LB I go over the curb sometimes...although its not much of a difference to be a desicion maker in the 2 models
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