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Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by stuffdeer, Feb 3, 2007.
Pulled up to the gas pump, and this pulled in.
Thats a sweet trailer
Sorry. Wouldn't even consider buying that truck even if it was the last one on the planet.
trailer must be empty?
I have to agree with you. I was kinda surprised, as I've never seen a Toyota TOWING ANYTHING.
I'd still rather have a Nice F-150 over the Tundra.
Wow I thought that was a f150 when I first saw it... And it looks like a dodge ram thats been lowered and ugly! And it looks like the trailers bottoming out the suspension too... A work truck eh?
well my 03 v6 tundra out tows my 93 v8 chevy !
You should have told him to take the spring bars off and tow it like a real man. Hell, my Oldsmobile will tow that with a weight-distributing hitch! And yes stuffdeer their is a reason you don't see Toyota's and Nissan's towing trailers very often.
Bottoming out the suspension?? It looks like its holding it pretty good. I dont know how it pulls but I hardly would say the suspension is bottomed out. Im a Ford guy but there is not a truck out there that will out last a toyota or beat its resale.
What about what the one on the side of the trailer is pulling? I don't know, I've never driven a Toyota (i can't read the foreign language manual) so I don't know how they handle or anything, but I'm sure that as they are progressing that they are able to be tow vehicles. I don't know why they insist on putting the TRD logo on everything though. Who wants to have a "racing development" truck to work with everyday...