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Old 09-10-2013, 01:02 PM   #401
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It's automatic once it's in 4-Lo, no option to turn it off is what I was told at the dealer.
Hmmm I don't think we have ATRAC man... I think when you go into 4lo all that jazz shuts off. I could be wrong, I haven't even put my truck in 4wd yet! Haha
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Old 09-10-2013, 01:57 PM   #402
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Where's the ATRAC button in the tundras?

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It's automatic once it's in 4-Lo, no option to turn it off is what I was told at the dealer.
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Old 09-10-2013, 02:03 PM   #403
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I just looked in the OM and A-TRAC does indeed come on automatically, but once it's on, it can be turned off by completely stopping the truck, then holding in the VSC button for more than 3 seconds. Good to know since it keeps you from being able to rock the truck when stuck in snow. The only thing I'm still cornfused about is whether it's using TRAC or A-TRAC in 4-Hi, but whatever--so long as it works!
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Old 09-10-2013, 02:05 PM   #404
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didnt realize there was a tundra area on TW ha. Over the years ive owned 3 tundras, just bought my most recent one a month ago.
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Old 09-12-2013, 08:03 AM   #405
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I just looked in the OM and A-TRAC does indeed come on automatically, but once it's on, it can be turned off by completely stopping the truck, then holding in the VSC button for more than 3 seconds. Good to know since it keeps you from being able to rock the truck when stuck in snow. The only thing I'm still cornfused about is whether it's using TRAC or A-TRAC in 4-Hi, but whatever--so long as it works!
That's pretty sweet. Anyone see the videos on YouTube of Chevy shitting on the tundra in a twisted ditch scenario? It would appear as though the Chevy is in 4wd and the tundra is not. Fucking losers.

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Z8PpZF77tgk
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Old 11-13-2013, 06:24 AM   #408
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Old 11-13-2013, 06:38 PM   #409
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Realized I never threw a pic of my tundra in here.

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Real trucks

Nice Tundra's!!! I sure miss mine... Traded my 10 Tundra for a 13 Tacoma... The Tacoma's don't spec out in the real world like they advertise.. A little disappointed.... I guess I'll get over it!
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Old 11-14-2013, 12:55 PM   #411
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That's pretty sweet. Anyone see the videos on YouTube of Chevy shitting on the tundra in a twisted ditch scenario? It would appear as though the Chevy is in 4wd and the tundra is not. Fucking losers.

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Z8PpZF77tgk
yeah looks like the tundra is only in 2WD. if it was in 4wd i donít see how it could not do anything the silverado could not do in 4wd. in the first ditch the front tires are not even turning so it canít be in 4wd. if it was in 4wd and was just stuck they should be spinning but neither one is spinning.
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Old 11-14-2013, 01:07 PM   #412
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That's pretty sweet. Anyone see the videos on YouTube of Chevy shitting on the tundra in a twisted ditch scenario? It would appear as though the Chevy is in 4wd and the tundra is not. Fucking losers.

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Z8PpZF77tgk
Very cool to see the Trac system working and spinning both rear tires on the Tundra. Probably could have just backed up and moved to a different part of the ditch and crossed it just fine in the Tundra in 2WD.
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Old 11-19-2013, 09:03 AM   #413
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well ladies and gentlemen I hate to say it but I got board the other day and traded my tundra off. I now have mixed emotions about it, I bought a 2013 f150 supercrew with the 5.0 and a 6.5' bed. this truck has so much cool stuff on it and is so comfortable but its not a Toyota! we will see how it does over the next couple years, who know I ma be back with a Toyota after I have this one a year or so. I hope this new truck treats me as good as my tundra did.
it does have some cool options, like a elocker in the rearend. I have already ordered a 4" lift for it and some 325/65/18 duratracs and fuel krank wheels for it. I cant wait to get it done. it doesn't have the power the tundra had but I am getting better MPG out of it then my tundra. right now I am averaging 16.5 of combined my tundra when stock would only get that on freeway only. have fun with your trucks ladies and gentlemen I will keep checking in to see what cool stuff you all have been doing with your tundra's.
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Old 11-19-2013, 01:22 PM   #414
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Wow. Trading a Tundra for a Furd. Just don't know what to say about that...
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My buddy has a 2011 F150 lariat s-crew, and riding in that thing is like a Cadillac! Way better interior than the Tundra. I've driven and ridden in plenty of Ford trucks and I liked them all. But I wanted a 6 1/2' bed with a decent sized cab, which in 2012 Ford and Chevy only came with extended cab with suicide doors. That quickly left the options to Tundra and Ram, and Toyotas have always been bulletproof for me. The truck market has really come along in the last 10 years, that now its more about finding the one with the options you want than what brand is best. Enjoy your new truck
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I just looked in the OM and A-TRAC does indeed come on automatically, but once it's on, it can be turned off by completely stopping the truck, then holding in the VSC button for more than 3 seconds. Good to know since it keeps you from being able to rock the truck when stuck in snow. The only thing I'm still cornfused about is whether it's using TRAC or A-TRAC in 4-Hi, but whatever--so long as it works!
And if you release the button and then hold it down again for another 3-5 seconds....it completely shuts off all of the nannies until you either restart or hit the button again. Very cool....I am wiring up a tr7 on a toggle so it will do this automatically for me every time I get into the truck
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well ladies and gentlemen I hate to say it but I got board the other day and traded my tundra off. I now have mixed emotions about it, I bought a 2013 f150 supercrew with the 5.0 and a 6.5' bed. .
Congrats man. the new f150s are nice trucks.

I just got a 2006 tundra with 106k miles on it. Ill be doing some general maintenance on it, spark plugs, rear diff oil, water pump, and timing belt then Ill get some new tires and maybe level it out.

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well ladies and gentlemen I hate to say it but I got board the other day and traded my tundra off. I now have mixed emotions about it, I bought a 2013 f150 supercrew with the 5.0 and a 6.5' bed. this truck has so much cool stuff on it and is so comfortable but its not a Toyota! we will see how it does over the next couple years, who know I ma be back with a Toyota after I have this one a year or so. I hope this new truck treats me as good as my tundra did.
it does have some cool options, like a elocker in the rearend. I have already ordered a 4" lift for it and some 325/65/18 duratracs and fuel krank wheels for it. I cant wait to get it done. it doesn't have the power the tundra had but I am getting better MPG out of it then my tundra. right now I am averaging 16.5 of combined my tundra when stock would only get that on freeway only. have fun with your trucks ladies and gentlemen I will keep checking in to see what cool stuff you all have been doing with your tundra's.

BUMMER!!! I have been stalking your truck for the better part of a year. How much is the stealer asking for it??
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