Last post on Jan 23, 2012 at 5:26 AM
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Toyota Tundra, Suspension, Truck
#14 of 17 Re: 2007 Tundra ride quality [bugchucker]
Oct 12, 2008 (2:46 pm)
I've an '02 Tundra, and after 7 years, I'm still impressed with the ride and the power. I'm now ready to trade for the bigger V-8,but I'm 60 years old and if I have to CLIMB UP IN THE BED OF THE TRUCK to reach my tools, that truck is worthless to me. Toyota has fallen into Detroit's ignorant ass habit of "mine is bigger than yours". If I want a toyota I can reach as far as the middle of the bed, my only option is the tacoma,but I'm done with little cabs. I guess I'll have to wait for toyota to retool the tundra. I really don't care whether "yours" is bigger than "mine", I just want something I can work with, and best I can tell, the '03 tundra is the last year they made a sensible work truck(unless you're 6' 8" tall).My original reason for entering this forum was to ask what is the best replacement shock for these older Tundras?
#15 of 17 Re: 2007 Tundra ride quality [akadannyboy]
Nov 03, 2008 (5:57 am)
#16 of 17 Re: Front end wheel vibration [scfarmerjack]
Sep 16, 2010 (11:43 am)
hey, i have a 2008 5.7 2WD crewmax that has TRD. I have 37,000 miles. Lately, I have front end clunking noise only when you turn the wheel all the way to the left or right(as if you were making a tight u-turn). I can hear the noise, and I also can feel a popping sort of grinding which travels through the steering column and into the steering wheel. It sorta sounds like worn out CV-joints. The truck seems to wander from side to side when I drive over pot holes or a rough street. I think it's the ball joints. Anyone out there having this problem. Taking it into dealership soon.
Jan 23, 2012 (5:26 am)
I could not be happier with this truck. Question is , what is best time to replace shocks and struts for peak ride performance.