After nearly 6 years with a Nissan Titan that I modified a good bit (including having tech12volt do a full audio system upgrade) I traded it in for a 2011 Toyota Tundra Limited Crewmax 4x4 Limited. Already put new MB Wheel Torque Black rims and BF Goodrich Rugged Terrain 275/55r20. Got my TRDSparks order in for a Sport Grill, Color Handles and Colored Mirror Caps. Likely going to plastidip paint the rear bumper black as well as the badging. (May remove the badging as I did on the Titan).
Considering the TRD exhaust with a drop-in TRD filter (but may put in the TRD CAI) and of course when time and money allows I will do the TRD Rear sway bar install with Sequoia Front Sway Bar swap/install.
What else is worth considering???
Glad to be a Tundra owner of course. Any Rochester MN folks let me know that you are out there.
Congrats on the tundra!!
You outta look into BAMuffler full bolt on exhaust system.i know it's probably cheaper then that Trd exhaust and just as good if not better
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I to had an 05 Titan. Now have a 2013 crewmax. I loved my Titan but had many major problems and was starting to worry now that I have been pulling a toy hauler. The tundra is so much more truck I can't wait to pull my toy hauler with it this spring.
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