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Welcome Jon

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Discussion Starter · #7 ·
y'all are funny.. thanks!

newbie questions, i'll get to searching here shortly...

what's everyone favorite model yr of the tundra?
is the TRD Pro really worth the extra$
upgrading a lower model to a TRD Pro - is it worth it?

i'm upgrading from '88 4x4 Pickup daily driver,
the family vehicle is a 2011 v6 Rav4, which gets the towing duties now, not ideal...

primary uses will be...
daily driving (60%)
home depot runs / pulling rental equipment(30%)
off-roading with the family, backcountry camping (%10)

hopefully all the HD projects will get done and the back country camping % will go up significantly.

thanks
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y'all are funny.. thanks!

newbie questions, i'll get to searching here shortly...

what's everyone favorite model yr of the tundra?
is the TRD Pro really worth the extra$
upgrading a lower model to a TRD Pro - is it worth it?

thanks
jon
Those are easy questions to answer.
What's everyone favorite model yr of the tundra? 2018 Platinum (Of course)

Is the TRD Pro really worth the extra$ No

Upgrading a lower model to a TRD Pro - is it worth it? Totally acceptable to build a Faux Pro

Now get out of here BOT!
 

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The main advantage of getting a TRD Pro vs a different model and adding on the Pro stuff.... is the TRD Pro has that awesome ‘TRD Pro’ logo stamped into the side of the bed. I might have to try to replace the bed side panels on my TRD Faux. :)
 

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Discussion Starter · #11 ·
great - thanks guys.

re: the stamped in TRD Pro, i think you could get really good results with a hammer and a cold chisel, maybe a bit of sharpie to outline the work area first. totally doable!! or maybe just build up all the other areas with bondo? :)
 

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4 1/2" RC Lift with 35x12.5x20 on Fuel Rims among a few others...
TRD Cold Air Intake
TRD Exhaust
TRD Sway Bar
Spyder Lights front/rear
LoPro Tonneau Cover
Amp research power steps
Bright white interior LED's
Automated nanny disable circuit (designed and built myself)
color matched mirror caps and door handles
color matched Rock Warrior grille
Supercharged (installing next week)
 
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