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  1. phsycle

    Bryce's 3g Tundra overlanding build

    I see. Those tents would be cool. Nice supplement if you need more room on a trip. I’d do that for sure. They’re not super expensive. By the way, I used to own a Integra Type R back in the day. 98, Championship White. Had some fun HDPE days. Then sold it to someone who unfortunately went Dom...
  2. phsycle

    Bryce's 3g Tundra overlanding build

    Looks like you’ve got a nice set up. Tundra is a great rig for what you’re using it for. Personally, I don’t like roof top tents. I’d rather get a high rise shell and simply throw on a sleeping pad on top of that platform you made.
  3. phsycle

    trade the 4runner for a van? RTT? trailer?

    Speaking strictly from a finance perspective, sell the 4Runner. You don’t want monthly payments on a depreciating asset. Even at 8-9 payments, you’ll get out of it with minimal loss. Sell it and if you don’t have much to spend now, get a cheap minivan. But buy with cash so no payments/stress...
  4. phsycle

    Tundra TRD Pro for first overland vehicle?

    That’s impressive. I thought it would be much lower. For me, mileage just PLUMMETS over 70-75mph. I think my old Tacoma, unloaded on stock tires got 16 at 80mph.
  5. phsycle

    Tundra TRD Pro for first overland vehicle?

    I haven’t seen many, but this is cheap! Prob a stripped down version (which I personally like). https://www.pennyrilefordhopkinsville.com/new/Ford/2020-Ford-Superduty-bc36c2480a0e0a175862f2ef0fc7462d.htm?utm_source=CarGurus&utm_medium=WebsiteClicks
  6. phsycle

    Why SO many used late model RAM 2500s available?

    If I know someone in that line of business, how hard would it be to have them order an extra truck for me to buy? Or is that against regulations? I’d love a stripped F150/250.
  7. phsycle

    Tundra TRD Pro for first overland vehicle?

    Because we’re on ExPo, I’d imagine the OP would want to get off the beaten path now and then. Truck/camper would be a better set up for that. But more I think about it, pop up might get old day in day out. Maybe one of these:
  8. phsycle

    Double cab long bed Taco vs. double cab Tundra

    Yeah, well, you don’t see many SR DC’s at the dealerships! 😝 They’re all SR5’s and up. I don’t see them on the road much either. Saw a stripped down gold SR a couple years ago, complete with the steel wheels (not the 5-spoke—the spare tire looking kind ). I said, that’s the exact trim I’d get...
  9. phsycle

    Double cab long bed Taco vs. double cab Tundra

    This has been discussed multiple times before here. Look at the door jamb sticker, where you get the actual payload. Brochure numbers you’re quoting are without any options, add-one, etc. I’ve yet to see one over ~1,200lbs. Same with the Tacoma. None of mine were over 1k lbs. My last was...
  10. phsycle

    Tesla Cybertruck: The Future?

    I don’t know. That wedge shaped bed... I’d say rolling cover is more practical. Lift gate limits the cargo to what you can fit under it. Roll away, you can use it like an open bed.
  11. phsycle

    New F150 reveal 6/25 8pm Eastern

    Ah, ok. Don’t know if this was already discussed, but the generator feature on the hybrid.... is awesome. I could think of a ton of uses for that without having to tote along my generator.
  12. phsycle

    Tundra TRD Pro for first overland vehicle?

    Truck pop up camper, ie FWC, forget 1/2 tons. Go straight to 3/4 ton or 1 ton. I *may* consider a 1/2 ton if you’re going for an ultralight camper (FWC makes one that’s under 1k lbs), but it would be a spartan set up ideal for weekend campers. If you’re living out of it full time, forget it...
  13. phsycle

    Double cab long bed Taco vs. double cab Tundra

    What type of trails? There are trails I would hate taking a full-size truck on. ie Black Bear Pass. But the comfort of a full-size just can’t be matched by a midsize. So spacious, rides and tows better and not much MPG difference. Only caveat going Tundra is the poor payload. Like 1,200lbs...
  14. phsycle

    2015 f150 transmission issues?

    How many miles on your truck? That’s unfortunate. Always a luck of the draw though. I have family members with earlier than expected issues on GMC and Toyota trucks.
  15. phsycle

    Opinion on used Toyota Tundra

    No, I’m not. But there is a reason why professionals in the industry do not use KBB. Except for one time, years ago, when a small dealer offered me $5k for my 2001 Tacoma DC w 120k miles, stating that’s what KBB had it listed for. Showed me the print out. We had a good laugh.
  16. phsycle

    Trade F-150 for Tundra - Overland

    I thought about adding that on but since they’re so new, I don’t know if the OP would feel comfortable taking a $55k+ truck off-roading. I certainly wouldn’t. An older F250 w FX4 would be a better option. But I like that the PW comes with everything ready to go. Except the tiny tires.
  17. phsycle

    Opinion on used Toyota Tundra

    Not necessarily. Most of my Toyota trucks I’ve sold have gone way more than KBB values. Some other cars were right on. Mixed bag. Every time I look up KBB values, it’s like throwing a dart in the dark. Reasons for this is there are so many variables. Trucks from the northeast will sell for...
  18. phsycle

    Trade F-150 for Tundra - Overland

    Forget both and get a Powerwagon. Ready straight out of the box.
  19. phsycle

    Opinion on used Toyota Tundra

    5.7 is solid. But I’d get rid of the aftermarket intake and get an OEM unit on there.
  20. phsycle

    Do you regret buying a base model truck?

    How do you go about purchasing a USFS fleet truck?
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