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Toyota Tundra, Truck
#844 of 1986 johnmei..LSD
Sep 16, 2001 (5:39 pm)
I was told by a dealer here in Ohio that LSD is more available in the midwest and South due to the assumption that Toyota assumes most Northern buyers will get 4x4's anyways, so LSD is less of a priority. Wheether this makes sense ? Perhaps from a "marketing" viewpoint it does. ?????? So, perhaps a Northern buyer needs to come to the South to buy one with LSD, then drive it home.
The 3 new 2002 tundras I have seen in Ohio (one 2x4 and two 4x4's) all had LSD as options for 275.00 sticker.
Sep 16, 2001 (6:11 pm)
You are the proud owner of possibly the worst '99 Chev pickup ever built (over 4 months in the shop). You are not a Tundra owner.
Now you are posting about Tacomas. Could you please attempt to stay on topic? Thanks.
Sep 16, 2001 (8:51 pm)
According to the omniscient and infallible obyone, anybody who says a good thing about a Toyota must be lying or stretching the truth.
I don't remember being asked any questions about a one star rating. If that's what my Truck has, so be it. I would still rather have a go-fourwheeling-anywhere workhorse of a truck that keeps going forever, refusing to die than your full size Chev in the shop.
Just curious, how much towing did you do before your truck rolled over and died on you?
Hey, I'll take a truck that can only do light towing over one that does NO towing, MUAHAHAHAAA!
Seems to me like the Tundra owners are just as happy with their trucks as the Tacoma owners. Maybe you're so sour because of buyer's remorse.
#847 of 1986 Bamatundra
Sep 16, 2001 (10:08 pm)
Was anyone writing to you or asked for your off topic opinion? Reply when asked to dude. Other than that, what relevance has your post got to do with the topic? What a lamer.
Your truck will continue to go as you say as long as its not impacted from the side. In which case the truck and you will most likely, and this is according to the NHTSA, have a 26% or greater chance of serious injury. Where a serious injury is considered to be one requiring immediate hospitalization and may be life threatening. Denial won't help you on this one. Continuing to drive your truck knowing this....well that says a lot about you, doesn't it?
Sep 17, 2001 (4:36 am)
Just a reminder, you are STILL posting about Tacomas in a Tundra topic. Shouldn't you go to a Chevy Lemons topic? You would be quite an expert there. Have a nice day.
#849 of 1986 Oh-be-real, obyone
Sep 17, 2001 (7:59 am)
And your never-ending praise for a truck that's already spent 4 months in the shop and received the industry's worst reliability/build quality issues certainly says a lot about you.
Hey Einstein, since you are hooked on safety, here's something to consider. I would be worried sick if my wife and kid were driving in a POS Chevy (like yours) which may break down at any moment, leaving them stranded and at the mercy of others.
If you want to continue your pathetic and comical attempt to bash Tacomas, why not go to the Tacoma boards?
Sep 17, 2001 (9:14 am)
Again, since you are so hooked on safety, why doesn't the Chevy's pitiful brakes have you concerned? Loaded Tundras outbraking empty Chevys? Amazing, especially considering the Chev has disk brakes on all corners, versus Tundra's rear drums. Wow, yet another wonderful option Toyota doesn't offer yet!
I guess the fact you don't care about brakes also says a lot about you, Mr. Safety.
Amazing you can't see the forest in the trees.
Sep 17, 2001 (10:20 am)
Pleading for forfeiture already? Just because you're losing the argument?
Quad, you surrender faster than a French general in WWII.
By the way, I estimate that there are more satisfied Tundra owners than Chev owners, based on the numbers I find in the classified ads. Everybody and their brother is unloading their new Chevrolet. Also, during these harder economic times, Toyota is enjoying an INCREASE in its truck sales. The domestics are experiencing a decrease. Yup, it's times like these when people become smarter consumers.
#853 of 1986 What a waste!
Sep 17, 2001 (11:34 am)
This board has lost all vestiges of usefullness to me. I've come to this discussion hoping to find comments by Tundra owners about their trucks. If I want to hear Tundra bashing, I'll go to one the many discussions that thrive on it. This is not the place. I'll look elsewhere for information. This inane bickering is ridiculous.