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Re: Tundra [Re: Flicker Shad] #7680146
09/27/22 11:52 AM
09/27/22 11:52 AM
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The Hill Country of Texas
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I don't have rust yet but then we seldom treat roads here. Of I take it onto the beach I stop and get the full service wash which includes pressure washing the undercarriage


“What’s good for me may not be good for the weak minded.”
Captain Gus McCrae- Texas Rangers


Re: Tundra [Re: Flicker Shad] #7680184
09/27/22 12:36 PM
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I had a 2008 Tundra with 300,000 miles i sold it outright for 4500 now have a 2017 both good trucks


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Re: Tundra [Re: grumley701] #7680186
09/27/22 12:39 PM
09/27/22 12:39 PM
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Originally Posted by grumley701
Pearl Harbor..??


X 2 !!

walleyed


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Jefferson Co. Fur Harvesters

I Support Non-Resident Trapping



Re: Tundra [Re: walleyed] #7680197
09/27/22 12:53 PM
09/27/22 12:53 PM
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Tug Hill, NY
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Originally Posted by walleyed
Originally Posted by grumley701
Pearl Harbor..??


X 2 !!

walleyed


Just curious what brand of chainsaw you guys run ?

Re: Tundra [Re: Nessmuck] #7680208
09/27/22 01:08 PM
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Custer Co, Idaho
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Originally Posted by Nessmuck
If your 5’9” and 170 lbs ....you’ll fit.

In a Tundra? You've lost your mind. You're thinking of a Gen 1 Tacoma. If you can't fit in a tundra you ain't fitting in a 1500/150 either.


Sometimes nothing can be a real cool hand
Re: Tundra [Re: trapNH] #7680210
09/27/22 01:09 PM
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Originally Posted by trapNH
Rust bucket and poor mileage


Gas mileage, yes. Rust bucket? Nope. You're confusing it with a GM product.


Sometimes nothing can be a real cool hand
Re: Tundra [Re: Squash] #7680215
09/27/22 01:16 PM
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Custer Co, Idaho
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[/quote]

Just curious what brand of chainsaw you guys run ?[/quote]

Lol. No kidding. Countries still buy our products and we've bombed half the world.

Last edited by sneaky; 09/27/22 01:16 PM.

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Re: Tundra [Re: Flicker Shad] #7680247
09/27/22 02:18 PM
09/27/22 02:18 PM
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NC, Orange Co.
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Call me whatever you like......

Give me a choice between products from Germany, Japan, China, Taiwan, most of the rest of Asia anywhere in Europe and even a lot of products produced in the US and I will buy from Germany or Japan most of the time.

Our automotive industry was producing pure junk (compared to what they produce now) prior to the Japanese imports rolling in. They had to improve or die. The more reliable, less expensive to operate and maintain Japanese cars gobbled up market share and forced the US companies to make changes. But, in my experience dealing with US car makers versus Japanese, the US still has a lot to learn about customer service and standing behind their product when there is a problem.

I never intend to own another vehicle produced by Ford or GM because of their refusal to fix obvious problems while vehicles were under warranty.

It has been as different as night and day dealing with Toyota even in situations when the cause of the issue was far more questionable.


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Re: Tundra [Re: Flicker Shad] #7680265
09/27/22 02:54 PM
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Remember when Chevrolet and Chrysler were deemed too to fail? No real reason to improve when the government will just bail you out.

Re: Tundra [Re: Flicker Shad] #7680271
09/27/22 03:10 PM
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I do not own a Tundra but my Tacoma was built in Texas.

Re: Tundra [Re: trapdog1] #7680273
09/27/22 03:14 PM
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Originally Posted by trapdog1
Remember when Chevrolet and Chrysler were deemed too big to fail? No real reason to improve when the government will just bail you out.


I do remember that. A really stupid move by our government. There were entrepreneurs poised to break into the car market that never got their chance because of that government bail out. We might have a few extra manufacturers producing competitively priced, quality US vehicles by now had the government not interfered.


Eh...wot?

Re: Tundra [Re: Squash] #7680274
09/27/22 03:15 PM
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Just curious what brand of chainsaw you guys run ?[/quote]

[Linked Image]

Chainsaw, you're going to need to better....lol


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Re: Tundra [Re: Flicker Shad] #7680275
09/27/22 03:19 PM
09/27/22 03:19 PM
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^^^tractor and bushhog. grin

Re: Tundra [Re: Paul Dobbins] #7680324
09/27/22 04:54 PM
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Originally Posted by Paul Dobbins
Originally Posted by Nessmuck
If your 5’9” and 170 lbs ....you’ll fit.


I'm a tad bit bigger than that - lol, and I fit in my 2010 model just fine. My mileage averages around 18.7mpg, but mine is a 2wd road truck. It has 269,000 miles on it.


Was thinking Tacoma ..

Tundra is the one on steroids


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Re: Tundra [Re: Flicker Shad] #7680350
09/27/22 05:58 PM
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Gas mileage sucks, but you'll spend a lot less on repairs and maintenance to make up for it. The lack of a manual transmission option would be a no go for me, but if you are looking to buy new nobody else makes a half ton full size (Toyota and Jeep still make small trucks in manual transmission models) with a manual transmission either.

Re: Tundra [Re: grumley701] #7680410
09/27/22 07:58 PM
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Originally Posted by grumley701

Chainsaw, you're going to need to better....lol


How about your 115hp 4 stroke yamaha

Re: Tundra [Re: D.T.] #7680414
09/27/22 08:04 PM
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Originally Posted by D.T.
Originally Posted by grumley701

Chainsaw, you're going to need to better....lol


How about your 115hp 4 stroke yamaha



If you're gonna attack me at least get your facts straight, my boat doesn't have a yamaha pushing it has a Johnson... laugh


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Re: Tundra [Re: Flicker Shad] #7680415
09/27/22 08:05 PM
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Fine. I remembered you posting on the yamaha thread. Prayers sent for the johnson

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Re: Tundra [Re: D.T.] #7680419
09/27/22 08:10 PM
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Lol savage

Re: Tundra [Re: grumley701] #7680451
09/27/22 08:32 PM
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Originally Posted by grumley701
If you're gonna attack me at least get your facts straight, my boat doesn't have a yamaha pushing it has a Johnson... laugh



Yeah that's not a yamamamah that's a big Johnson! cool


“What’s good for me may not be good for the weak minded.”
Captain Gus McCrae- Texas Rangers


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