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I am going to try to find a picture of the truck I drove, it might be on my external.
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http://www.tundratalk.net/forums/tun...wing-pics.html

In case you need more evidence...
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^^ Seems to better than I thought.
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Tundras are nice but I have heard they have a stiff ride.
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Might as well drive one more home lol. And I think this is sick.

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Tundras are nice but I have heard they have a stiff ride.
I'll meet you half way with my dad's 04 Tundra, and we can go for a burn. It makes my Ranger feel like it has bricks for suspension
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That is pretty sick.
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I'll meet you half way with my dad's 04 Tundra, and we can go for a burn. It makes my Ranger feel like it has bricks for suspension
New Tundras not old Tundras.
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I am talking about the new ones too.
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Hmm, didn't know that.
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Hmm, didn't know that.
I'd probably still buy one. Anything is better than a Ranger.
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I wouldnt. Let me do some searching real quick.
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Wow... all I have to say about the tundra bounce. If that guy is really complaining that bad in the first video (I could only watch about 2 minutes of it before i had to shut it off) then he BETTER not want to ride in my F250. It's pretty rough riding... but it's gunna be being a leaf sprung 3/4 ton
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You can see it if you drive behind a tunrda on some highways and stuff.
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You can see it if you drive behind a tunrda on some highways and stuff.
Oh i've seen it, I laugh when I see it.

I'd own a Tundra, if the correctec a couple problems and were'nt so expensive. But, now that I've got the 3/4 ton, no need for one
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tundras ride like a CADDY. at least his does. and im not wanting to haul a gooseneck, thats what diesels are for. all we need is to hauls the boat around and trow **** in the back.. the thing has *****, and has towed many a 150 backwards...

this is an 05 w/ 4.7 btw, not the new ones. the new ones are fugly unless they are lifted.
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