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Old 12-06-2009, 06:21 PM   #1
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OK, I've heard people on here comparing and contrasting TRD vs. SR5 vs. Base vs. PreRunner. Well I have a TRD Sport that also has an SR5 emblem on the back.... How can I have both? What are the true differences between the 4? I've searched this to no avail. Thanks guys.
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Old 12-06-2009, 06:24 PM   #2
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TRD are options packages relating to exterior mostly- Suspension, Driveline, etc.

PreRunner is a truck with a 4x4 type suspension, but not forward drive train.

SR5 is an interior/trim options package.

So you have the Color Match Mirrors, bumpers, the hood scoop, the non-progressive coils, with the TRD shocks for the TRD package, as well as the seats and the interior trim for the SR5....IIRC.
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Ummm...."good enuf" is a relative term.

Can they offroad- Yes.
Can they offroad as well as a 4x4- IMO...Close...but not quite.

If you wanted a capable offroad vehicle- Starting with 4x4 and building capability from there would have been a better choice....imho.

Throw a locker in a 2WD and it'll help...Throw a locker in a 4x4 and it'll help...but the 4x4 could already get into more stuff than the PreRunner could...see where I'm going with this??
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