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It's mine. Got way more for the pile of junk I was trading then I had hoped for. Went out the door at 26 after everything was totaled including NJ's 7% sales tax


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Congrats, I would consider that a great deal with tax included! Enjoy it and post a pic when you get a chance!

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I'll look into that. I know POR15 is a PITA. But I have used it before and never been disappointed with the finished product


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I just had issues with it on my GN.

Had a frame off resto.

It is flaking off. Was prepped properly too.

Who knows.


But with the FF, you can get everything, axle, leafs, underside of the cab, bed/supports, etc. Pretty much everything.

The bed supports/crossmembers have been known to rust.

Kept my 2010 completely rust free underneath. And can go over Por-15.


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All right then! I'm looking into that stuff


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Car and driver just reviewed the 17, guess since the titan finally was updated, they need to use the old design puns on the tundra. said it lacked power against the gm's unicorn 6.2, SMH.

http://www.caranddriver.com/reviews/...x4-test-review

I honestly don't understand how the f150 or the GMs have larger crew cabs, I'm 6'7 and sat in all of them, none can compete to the Crewmax cab size and comfort.

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I had a 2006 FX4 super crew with JBA headers and dual exhaust , programmer and all the goodies . It was a great truck.
This is my first Tundra , and so far its pretty decent for a stock rig. I do miss the roar of the exhaust , though.
For me , Ford priced themselves out of my budget. I cant justify spending close to $60K on a truck that I will still want to modify.
Admittedly , I did not research into any other new trucks because I have always had very good experiences with my Toyotas.

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I had an '11 F250, traded for a '15 F250, to a '16 Wrangler (temporary insanity) and just traded for a 17 Tundra. This is my 4th Tundra, and I expect this one to be my Forever driver. I could not say that about the others.
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