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2018 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: WTB Toyota Tundra  (Read 346 times)

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HapaIK

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Aloha everyone. Turns out getting a baby seat into the back of my 01' tacoma = :smt011 :smt011 :smt011 :smt067 :anger

So "we" have decided the best solution is to go for the Tundra. We are looking for 4 doors, 4wd and well maintained.

If anyone has something thats just sitting around let me know!

thanks,


Aloha,

Isao, Amber + baby Zen


Hojoman

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Congrats on the new arrival...the baby, not the truck (yet).  :smt001 :smt006


Nolanduke

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You may want to look into the 08-present tacoma double cabs as well.  They have a larger body size than the old ones, and the newer tundras are massive.  I can fit 2 car seats and a booster in the back of my 2014 Tacoma double cab.  Oh, and tacomas are much cheaper.


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Congrats on the new baby! I love the name too. Oh and of course hope you the truck.
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sonoramike

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Absolutely love my tundra!!! One thing to look for is oil around the valve covers. Lots of tundras were prone to cam tower seals leaking which can be pricey to repair out of pocket.


SlackedTide

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Newest Gen Tundras are awesome
2014 Hobie Revo 13
2011 Hobie Outback - bye bye
1997 Tracker 17 Deep V<--- Money Pit


When you look outside the window, and all you see is fishing. True Story.


 

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