Last post on Jul 23, 2009 at 5:07 PM
You are in the Toyota Tundra
What is this discussion about?
#8 of 9 Re: Tundra - where's the snow plow prep package ? [otto8]
Jul 07, 2009 (4:29 pm)
Them tundra ones need to be full size before you can work them ones with a plow now. That plow will pop them tiny tundra pumkins for sure now. If you plan to work them ones any... get a full size one. We work them big3 ones hard on that farm now... and they last longest. Facts is facts. Good luck on this one now!
#9 of 9 Re: Tundra - where's the snow plow prep package ? [farmerrube]
Jul 23, 2009 (5:07 pm)
Tiny pumpkins? I guess you haven't seen the differential or ring gear they offer with the 5.7 V8. Most dealers have samples in the show room.
But the questions "Where's the Snow Plow Package" illustrates something I've complained about before. Toyota claims that you can "Build Your Tundra" on their web site but you really can't. The stand alone options are limited with most options being bundled into packages that are severely limiting.
I recently bought a Chevrolet Silverado because I could spec it my way: leather, tow package, but not a front console and no fancy, extra cost 18" wheels., etc. With Tundra you can't really spec out a truck but have to find which package you can live with. Then after you have chosen the package that is the best compromise you may not be able to find one. You see, Toyota doesn't let dealers buy direct but rather through regional distributors. They in turn spec out and order the vehicles. A consumer really can't order a Tundra built to his spec but has to find one that the regional distributor has already specced out.
I'm stunned that in today's economy Toyota has this extra cost layer in their distribution system and that a buyer can't order exactly what he wants.