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#132 of 161 twowheeler...
May 18, 2002 (11:06 am)
To be continued....
You have a good weekend, too!
#133 of 161 pf flyer
May 18, 2002 (11:20 am)
How bout keepin these boards on topic. Use your DELETE key for any off topic post. It will make the boards worth reading...which they aren't now!
#134 of 161 not worth reading
May 18, 2002 (1:34 pm)
kinda like the Silverado topics that got ruined by Tundra fans........I got one word about the Tundra topics being ruined....
May 18, 2002 (3:36 pm)
In regards to your last post ...
" I'll post whatever, wherever, whenever I want...regardless of what you or PF tells me..."
You are most certainly a disgrace to this board with such an attitude. You are here in a private forum and should at the very least be able to obide by Edmunds' rules, as well as show some respect for our hosts and other posters. You sir are not in here as a potential Tundra owner, at least you haven't expressed that interest as of yet. Nor do any of your posts do anything remotely constructive in the name of this topic.
At least the other non Tundra owners such as Quad and Oby post things which can be related to the Tundra and so on. I dont wanna hear about how theres no GM topics. If anything the Toyota Tundra guys have this topic and this one only. GM guys have GM engine knock, Rado 1500 vs 2500, GMC Sierra probs, and Rado/Sierra owners hangout forums to name a few. So as Bama has repeatedly asked, why are you here posting to a topic that you could care less about ??? Just here taking up space by the looks of it.
May 18, 2002 (3:50 pm)
Just curious ... does this problem only happen the first 5 miles or so when the truck has been sitting for a long time or cold. Or does it happen regardless of how warm the truck is, just everytime you first start off driving the first 5 miles or so. It might very well be a brake issue, and the noise subsides as the compenents heat up. If it was a rotor issue you might notice a slight shimmy of the front wheels under hard braking, or a slight pulsation in the brake pedal. The truck is still very new so these signs might not be as apparent.
I believe you have the 4WD, so I haven't ruled out anything to do with the drive train necessarily, although lets hope its a much simpler problem.
#137 of 161 Tundra owners....
May 18, 2002 (4:36 pm)
Help me remember who it was and in what topic about Tundras that someone actually posted that the reason Toyota did not sell more Tundras than they do is because they are limiting production to maintain the quality.....and they are just testing the market. Anyone remember who that wizard was?
May 18, 2002 (5:29 pm)
Don't let some Toy fans start shit.....then give me the "greater than thou" attitude like you are so proper and of great holyness....
I , and many others did post in correct forums...and gave tons of good advice and help....and when a fellow toy owner wants to start some shit.....don't give me any crap about mis-conduct....
perhaps you sit back and wimp out......not me
I can be civil......but shut down my topic....and I'll mess with yours any time I feel like it....
....uh oh...beer dry......I gotta roll
Good luck on this one now!
(send my warning PF!)
#139 of 161 Somebody needs a hug
May 18, 2002 (7:01 pm)
#140 of 161 Mr. Bama
May 18, 2002 (7:28 pm)
I think the difference in the number of inapropriate posts in Tundra/GM topics is in direct proportion to the number of vehicles sold.You ,as a small minority here,should be aware that when you go stir up trouble in topics where there are hundreds of owners discussing serious issues some will come to where you are to continue your "discussion"
May 18, 2002 (7:30 pm)
I can't say for sure but I think it was the same guy that put FORGED PISTONS in Tundras.Gussing about this too ,3/4 ton Tundra W/ big block?