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The bed bounce would be extreme situations I believe. If the bed is too bouncy then it would indicate bad shocks. There is a video around that shows the Tundra bed bouncing on a course designed to produce the bounce. However that video was shot with a Tundra that did not have the TRD package which would have changed the outcome tremendously due to the better shocks on the TRD.
Tires are likely the issue if your getting the beat the death feeling, or jarring feeling, try adjusting tire pressure. You could also try adding some weight over the rear axles to see if that helps. There was a TSB Toyota released back in 08 I believe that did address the bed bounce issues.
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Last edited by prime81; 11-21-2012 at 11:33 AM.