Out with the old. In with the new

Nacotiryon

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Well she’s home. The ole tundra is sad but it served it’s purpose lol
 

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Congrats. Everyone on the tundra forum will be mad and call you a traitor. Got into an spat with them last week when someone said Ford owners were dumbasses.
Two points,

I usually try not to bash others choices in life.

Second, I appreciate the reliability of Toyota’s having owned some of their cars and SUV’s, but the Tundra always reminds me of what a TelleTuby might drive if they drove trucks…just saying…
 
Two points,

I usually try not to bash others choices in life.

Second, I appreciate the reliability of Toyota’s having owned some of their cars and SUV’s, but the Tundra always reminds me of what a TelleTuby might drive if they drove trucks…just saying…
It is reliable. But it should be if you haven’t changed anything in 14 years. I’ve had 2 tundras and one was bought back by Toyota. Every manufacturer has their issues.
 
Congrats. Everyone on the tundra forum will be mad and call you a traitor. Got into an spat with them last week when someone said Ford owners were dumbasses.
Yeah they do talk a lot. The tundra was good to me. 8 years and 80000 miles it never left me stranded or have any issues. It just can’t pull my trailer like a diesel and they are so behind on technology. It’s a 2013 and didn’t even have automatic headlights.
 
Congratulations! Welcome to the Fray!.......hide your credit cards from yourself and buy some chapstick. All that smiling leads to cracked lips!
 
Like you I’m getting rid of my tundra and getting a 6.7 tremor for the towing. We’ve been a Toyota truck family for years having probably put ~ 500K combined miles on them without issue. I just need a diesel. Wife and daughter still doing Toyota - 2018 tundra and 06 runner.
 

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