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Old 05-14-2013, 06:16 PM   #1
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Hello all,
In the military, here in Millington, TN. Just traded in the Tundra for another Tacoma, life long toyota guy here! Got rid of the beast for a more practical, Tacoma, '13 TRD Sport w/ 6spd. Had the dealer put short throw in prior to purchase. I am not new to Tacoma's, just the 2nd gen, I had a '99 that I should have never gotten rid of! Had 33" BFG with SAWs and all pro bumpers and sliders (great truck). Anyway, plans are as follows:
Probable go with 5100's all around soon, small lift. (32-33" tires)
Swap sport rims for a set of stock TRD ones.
CAI
TRD exhaust
Possible bumpers later on.
Trying to keep as much street worthy as I can so I can tow my FJ40 to the trail.
Here's the tundra I no longer have the new Tacoma(night shot with the boats from the other evening) and the 40(lil red)
Look forward to getting a ton of info off here, I used to be active on TTORA but didn't see as much stuff as this forum has.




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Old 05-14-2013, 06:17 PM   #2
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Welcome! I'm drooling over the fj!
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Old 05-14-2013, 06:18 PM   #3
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Welcome from the knoxville area! nice tundra, tacoma and FJ40!!

dad has a ’00 tundra and brother has an ’11 trd off road in white same cab that you had.
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Welcome! I'm drooling over the fj!
Haha, thanks, I did too, for a month, then I bought it! (took a lot of begging)
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Old 05-14-2013, 06:20 PM   #5
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Welcome from the knoxville area! nice tundra, tacoma and FJ40!!

dad has a 00 tundra and brother has an 11 trd off road in white same cab that you had.
Thanks, The tundra's are great trucks, I did go through one transmission though, at about 55K, probably my fault for playing too rough but they fixed it under warranty, just took a month.
It's just too much truck for my uses, on top of being huge! If I ever get around to needing to tow a lot or really often, I would probably get another one, or if they start producing them with diesel!
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Old 05-14-2013, 06:32 PM   #6
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Thanks, The tundra's are great trucks, I did go through one transmission though, at about 55K, probably my fault for playing too rough but they fixed it under warranty, just took a month.
It's just too much truck for my uses, on top of being huge! If I ever get around to needing to tow a lot or really often, I would probably get another one, or if they start producing them with diesel!
yeah, its a lot of truck.

the taco does everything i need and a lot more. i got the 5 bed but if i need a bigger bed i can use one of the tundras, or our 7x12 trailer.
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Old 05-14-2013, 06:46 PM   #7
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Welcome Mark! nice rigs
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