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Unfortunate changes for the 2013 model

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas' started by neverstuck, May 20, 2013.

  1. neverstuck

    neverstuck [OP] Well-Known Member

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    They got rid of the two open storage bins in the truck bed above the wheel wells! I don't understand why they would get rid of those. They were very nice to have when truck camping - they were like bedside tables.

    Anyone notice other changes that I may have missed? (other than front end looks, awesome touch screen stereo)
     
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    meh, mine kept falling out when I offroad.
     
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    Pugga Pasti-Dip Free Since 1983

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    Damn, those bins are handy! That stinks that they got rid of them.
     
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    Bed Brackets, tailgate cap, side rails.
    I'll never get over the loss of those bins...
     
  5. neverstuck

    neverstuck [OP] Well-Known Member

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    HAHA - I can't tell if the three dots mean sarcasm, but I do miss those bins. It took me about 2 minutes with the new bluetooth touchscreen and backup camera and I was over the bins. Living in the rust-belt, I am sooooooo happy to have a clean truck with a black, freshly painted frame.
     
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    Bed Brackets, tailgate cap, side rails.
    No sarcasm. I really miss those bins.

    I camped this weekend with a truck tent on the bed, and then I REALLY missed them.
     
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    neverstuck [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Actually I have homelink on my 13 trd sport...
     
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    chipnoreo Where is the snow?

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    Mine are just laying in the bed right now.
     
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    Bed Brackets, tailgate cap, side rails.
    How much do you want for them?
     
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    what is home link? I have a 13 with storage bins? have I entered the twilight zone?
     
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    They are part of the ultra-exclusive TRD Sport package. :jerkoff:

    My truck is Canadian too - i know sometimes the packages are different but that usually amounts to us getting less options.
     
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    Maybe it is an off road package thing...
     
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    Homelink is the 3 buttons on the rearview that can open your garage doors
     
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    I have a 2013, not sure what bins you are referring to. Anybody have a pic?
     
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    Umm... my 2013 SR5 4x4 has the storage bins in the bed......
     
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    meh, mine dislodge when I corner hard, especially long sweeping onramps which we have a few of.
     
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    AH, ok. WHOOPS!
     
  19. neverstuck

    neverstuck [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Add silicone? or dare I say a few screws??
     
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    yeah, I was thinking the same..............or throwing them in the garage....I never use them anyhow.
     
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