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    Back in the Tundra Game - Hank's Build

    looks sexy. i used to love yoko's. just haven't had a rig to run them on. be interested in how they do for when my coopers run out.
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    2019 Tundra

    i have had three fords. all of them consistently had issues. we use f150s at work and they are falling apart at 150k. i've had 10 toyotas that were regular daily drivers (i've had somewhere in the neighborhood of 30, but these were hop in and go to work/school/store/family/etc rigs). one was...
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    Kino the Tundra - The More We Explore's 2018 Toyota Tundra Build Thread

    have a blast with your build. i'm with eatsleepwoof, i watched the first video and was fast forwarding to try to get to anything of interest, but you did pick a great platform. i've been a die hard land cruiser person for decades and got my first tundra (gen2 but also a double cab for the same...
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    Awnings - Driver or Passenger side mounted?

    i keep it on the passenger side so i don't bump my head on it, but i have gamiviti mounts, so i can easily swap it side to side
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    Denver Outfitters - OverRoam RTT

    very interesting looking and local for me are some bonuses. are they all gas strut? i'm a hand crank fan too, but i admit i don't have experience with rtt's with struts. i do have experience with struts on lift gates and hoods and i do cold weather camp. i know how well they don't work in...
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    A "Toyota Guy" Buys a Classic

    woooohooooo!!!!
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    Who does a timing belt at 70k miles?

    sorry, closest i can come to the o.p.s complaint is that i have to swap out a cam gear at 56 years as preventative maintenance. :)
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    Ouray to Telluride over Black Bear Pass

    love that area. i often do a turn and burn out there for the annual black bear backwards event, but it's been too long since i've been out there for an extended period of time and visited more of the area.
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    Gunnison County Road #3, Crystal Mill

    i'd gladly do it in a 4runner...my 80 is always a tight fit on this section....if i'd met someone, i don't know wtf i'd do.
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    maggiolina changing room

    price dropped
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    '10 Tundra CrewMax

    nice! everytime i see this thread, i want to go the same way, but have to remind myself i have my 80 series for camping/wheeling...the tundra is a work truck. that doesn't mean i don't want to get out a bit more with it, though, and i'm wondering how well your ss budbuilt plates have held up...
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    Interior size difference between an 80, 100 and 200 series?

    i find it hard to believe the cargo dimensions are the same between 80 and 100. i bought rear drawers for a 100 series because they were on clearance and they area about an inch too narrow on each side when i put them in my 80
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    FZJ80 Daily Driver Overland Rig. Build Thread.

    i like the idea of the power of the supercharger, but i don't like the premium gas (which you sometimes can't find at the remote gas stations). my 80 is a daily driver, wheeling rig with the tendency to expedition and it's always ready to go. if you do a rtt, i suggest going hardshell. it...
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    maggiolina changing room

    never used, set it up once and found my tent (around 12+ years old) is too old to have the loops that it hooks to and never got around to putting some in. if you open yours and it has loops on the top, you're ready to go. it is the tallest one since my rig sits on 35s retail is $649. selling...
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    Question about Warn M1200 Winch

    don't know the part, but the control pack is the piece on the winch. it is the box with the plastic cover, including the solenoids
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    Maxtrax

    used a friends a couple of times and loved them enough to buy a pair. used them in a dangerous blizzard condition in wyoming the day after christmas. lost on in the blowing snow, but as far as i'm concerned, they saved our lives. we could've been in a very bad spot.
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    Auto Home USA Supports the ExPo Community Forum!

    never bothered to look in this thread before. should have. bob bancroft is why i chose a maggiolina. he had a different one on the blue hzt60 when he handed me the keys for a week. miss him greatly :(
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    Sure-Fire Ways to Improve Your Roof Top Tent

    on my last camping trip, it was below 0. i've done fine before with a bunch of the hand warmers prewarming my sleeping bag and liner, but this trip, my buddy got both of us the "car cozy 2" electric blanket....it was freakin' awesome! comes with a 7' cord, plugs into the cig lighter. not...
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