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    Clutch’s deep thoughts thread...

    Hm, maybe I'll skip the rack then. Too bad, because it's only $100 option. I am going to keep the front solid, though. I like being able to load stuff without worrying about cracking the window. Last year, took the neighborhood kids sledding and they were just chucking them in the back...
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    Clutch’s deep thoughts thread...

    Well, contacted yet, another dealer. This time, some positive news---the guy said ARE Classic Alu series is what I need. He claimed they weigh around 50lbs stock (may be a bit optimistic) and ~70lbs with what I want (solid side doors, solid front, and ladder rack). He's sold quite a few and...
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    Ecodiesel as a short-distance commuter? Issues?

    Since people seem to put a lot of credibility on Fuelly, here are some stats: Colorado 2.8 Diesel: 2018 - 2018 - 23.6MPG (45 vehicles); 2017 -23.9MPG (68); 2016 - 23.9MPG (117). Colorado 3.6 Gas: 2018 - 18.3MPG (58 vehicles); 2017 - 19.4MPG (60); 2016 - 19.5MPG (141) So given diesel MPG avg...
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    Clutch’s deep thoughts thread...

    Wah waahhhhhh. Dad joke. :rolleyes::ROFLMAO:
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    2010 Tundra Build “TRD Ferguson”

    You are still nuts going with your Tundra :p Just be careful.
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    Clutch’s deep thoughts thread...

    There was that attack in Washington (two men. One killed, one injured.) Both were on their mountain bikes. And woman in Oregon. Again, lions scare me the most. Don’t care about bears, or snakes. Although chances of a cougar attack, or any animal attack are pretty low. Thankfully.
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    Clutch’s deep thoughts thread...

    Oh, something solid, for sure. But, knock on wood, in all my years of camping, and in some remote places, never had a bear wander into camp. Much less seen one in the wild (I've seen 2 to be exact). So really, I'm about as worried about that as getting hit by a meteor. I get much more...
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    Clutch’s deep thoughts thread...

    Why would it go down with the 4.6? Suspension different? Is the 4.6 heavier than the 5.7?
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    Clutch’s deep thoughts thread...

    Ain't nothing bear-proof False security blanket
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    Clutch’s deep thoughts thread...

    I just want those wheels with the unpainted trim. :D
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    Clutch’s deep thoughts thread...

    They color-match now! Base shell's don't have those barn doors. Just the standard flip up hatch door. Still contemplating. By the way, driving around today, I saw a Tundra with steel wheels (not the 5-spoke). Never knew they came with these. Apparently, work truck trim that isn't...
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    2010 Tundra Build “TRD Ferguson”

    Note, I never said it couldn't be done. I just wouldn't want to do it. People have run various, large-sized trucks through Rubicon. I wouldn't want to do it. No offense intended here, but maybe if you've been there and ran some of these trails, you'd understand? Videos and pictures do them...
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    Clutch’s deep thoughts thread...

    I don't know fellas. I called another (different) shop just bearly. They said that all the aluminum units are commercial grade. They stopped making "recreational" shells years ago. He confirmed no way they're less than 150lbs. That's standard with no options.
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    Clutch’s deep thoughts thread...

    Trailer: I wouldn't mind one, if I had the acreage or garage space. I've had em in the past. Nice for some things. Hassle for others. Pulley system won't work for me, either. Garage design/space. I think if the aluminum shell really weighs 75lbs, I could take it off by myself, leave it in...
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    Clutch’s deep thoughts thread...

    That was what the local shop told me. Perhaps to upsell me on the fiberglass shells. I'll have to check out the aluminum shells, then. If they're truly under 100lbs, I would lean that way.
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