This truck is extremely well maintained and was used mainly as a daily commuter.
Location: Baltimore, MD
Current Miles: 33,060
Exterior Color: Super White
Fuel Economy: City 17/Hwy 20/Comb 18 MPG
Keys: 2 keys
Multi Terrain Select
Love this idea. I currently have a FWC Swift Shell mounted in my Tundra. It took some work but it was the idea I had in mind. Since I have a shell model this is the smallest and lightest camper they make.
These items have been game changers in my camping experience:
1) Goal Zero Yeti Power Generators(I have a 1400 Yeti and 400 Yeti).
2) Indel B Fridge(not having to deal with ice is awesome).
3) Zodi hot water system(no one likes to camp dirty).
Man you are lucky to have the opportunity to work with Goose Gear on the rear seat delete. I love the way it's turning out. I guess I'll have to wait a while before they come out with a system for the newer Tundra?
Based on your needs(more space for kids) I would get a CrewMax. You mention that you like the F150 because it has a locker but then say you are doing fire roads and not much wheeling. No need for a locker on fire roads.
If you plan on keeping the truck long term I would get the Tundra hands...
A flatbed model FWC on a Tundra has been on my mind for a while now too. My only concern is MPG and overall rig size. I can get around 300 miles to the tank with my current set up. And then there is the size aspect of having a full size truck and living/traveling on the East Cost.