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Old 12-09-2012, 10:15 PM   #361 (permalink)
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I really hate my rumble strip impersonating front diff. Till it warms up at least.
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Old 12-09-2012, 10:18 PM   #362 (permalink)
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I hate that I'm shopping for one and the CM's don't have a 6 1/2' box available.
The small gas tank is an issue where I live as well. When I travel to Alaska on my vacation one run between gas stations is almost 400 miles. Pulling the TT I would need several gas cans strapped to the roof!!!
DC's in Canada don't have a sunroof option available (I seem to read that you Yanks have em.)

The AIP, Steering Rack and Rear bearing issues worry me also. :-/

But I don't think it will desuede me from buying one in 2013.
No factory DC sunroofs that I have seen. 400 miles between gas? I suppose that's in the Yukon? I'm gonna need an extra 15 gals minimum...
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I hate the gas pedal.. I want a full size gass pedal not a non pivoting piece of plastic, Steering has no weight in the wheel or feedback...
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Old 12-09-2012, 10:58 PM   #364 (permalink)
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Steering has no weight in the wheel or feedback...
Mine was heavy and centered with the stock Bridgestones.
When I switched to Cooper AT3's, it got light on me until they wore in a bit.
What type of tires are you running?
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400 miles between gas? I suppose that's in the Yukon?
North West Territories.
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Mine was heavy and centered with the stock Bridgestones.
When I switched to Cooper AT3's, it got light on me until they wore in a bit.
What type of tires are you running?
Yokahama Geolanders.... its what the dealership put on them when I bought it. I'm hoping that when these tires are worn out that a new tire will help some... But I doubt i'll get feedback out of it..
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The disconnected feeling in the steering, there is not much feedback as mentioned. It is nice sometimes, because it feels like a luxury car, but when I want to drive fast and be precise it's not so good at holding lines through the corners.
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I have a 07 R cab and hate things sliding around in the area behind the seats ..
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I hate that my truck corners like a 6000# truck
and not like a ZR1.
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Old 12-10-2012, 09:45 AM   #371 (permalink)
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Not going to be ZR1 like but... 4.25/5 Drop + TRD Rear sway bar + Sequoia front sway bar with poly bushing + Rear air bag kit + 381 HP = FUN.... and like 10 MPG... Oh well I hate that I don't have more money for MODDS!!!
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'12 Crewmax ... 3 small pet peeves on such an awesome truck

1. Heated/AC controls in the back seat
2. Folding Up rear seats
3. Better sound system .. one with a subwoofer that works without needing to be cranked up.
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I really hate my rumble strip impersonating front diff. Till it warms up at least.
I too HATE my howling front diff. Loud when cold but few miles doing 60 and it quiets down. Also Hate my clicking RW TuRD wheels.
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And the sinking dash!!! Just noticed mine doing it now...
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Overall I love my 2012 DC RW. But I hated the speakers so much that they were gone in a week. All new subs and speakers through out ... On the highway with windows down couldnt really enjoy my music. Turns out the speaker material is literally made out of a thin paper. Absolute garbage!
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