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  1. #3276
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    Quote Originally Posted by XXX-er View Post

    I supose living on the south side of Hy16 I would technicaly be living in the south by mebe 6 blocks
    The highway of tears is not technical. For that you would look at latitude.

    Anyway this isnít the southern BC isnít north thread. Back to the trucks.

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    I thought Northern Canadians drove dog sleds?
    Forum Cross Pollinator

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    Quote Originally Posted by rideit View Post
    I thought Northern Canadians drove dog sleds?
    They do. Thatís my point.

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    With all the Taco love here I bet this will be appreciated https://www.motortrend.com/events/to...landing-camper

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    Quote Originally Posted by gravitylover View Post
    With all the Taco love here I bet this will be appreciated https://www.motortrend.com/events/to...landing-camper
    It was posted in the RV thread. Neat concept, but why not use a Tundra?

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    Trucks.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bobcat Sig View Post
    It was posted in the RV thread. Neat concept, but why not use a Tundra?
    Because:

    Quote Originally Posted by The MotorTrend Article View Post
    Because the camper was built specifically for this Tacoma, the Tacozilla's dimensions are not much wider than the original, which makes it easier to go on narrow trails.
    focus.

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    This belong here?

    https://www.caranddriver.com/hyundai/santa-cruz




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    Quote Originally Posted by AK47bp View Post
    Sure! Because just like the Ridgeline and the Ford Maverick; the Santa Cruz is the truck most buyers really need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mustonen View Post
    Because:
    and because itís a homage to the old hilux campers made before Toyota had a fuller size truck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AK47bp View Post
    The front end is...something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dantheman View Post
    The front end is...something.
    Just wait till they get the ARB winch mount bumper with bull bar and 20Ē led light strip. Thatíll spruce it right up.


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    We've recently got a six-pac slide in camper, and have it on 2017 taco with air bags. It's not ideal but it works ok.

    It's got us thinking about a new to us truck. Our current vehicle lineup is...

    '08 Element - my commuter and our weekend camping setup
    '17 Tacoma - her commuter and camper hauler
    '84 f150 flatbed - property rig
    '90 4runner TDI - project rig, need to sell

    Trying to turn in to...

    His commuter
    Her commuter
    Big truck
    Property shitbox/or just a big truck^^


    We're thinking about getting a dedicated big truck and smaller commuter for her. I don't know where to start on big trucks. My plan would be sell the taco, buy mid-late 00's outback, and put 3 to 5k into the f150 to make it more long haul worthy and come out ahead. She doesn't trust it, but might be able to convince her. Our neighbors have dodge/Chevy 3/4ton 4x4 in the 10 to 20 yr old range and seem to like them, other than the dodge transmission issues. Any advice for 3/4 to 1 ton trucks in that age range? Makes/models/motors to avoid? I know everybodies got their big dick truck strokin/cummin whatever jokes, but we'd rather get a gas guzzling pig that won't break than a sick truck that's gonna shit the bed 2k miles from home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dantheman View Post
    The front end is...something.
    Itís a Tucson. With the back chopped off


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    To beardeclam, canít go wrong with a Chevy/gmc, there is a reason everyone is doing LS swaps, motors are cheap, reliable, parts are easy to come by and they last. I found a 2004 5.3 in a junkyard for $850 with 100k on it, 5 years later still going no issues.

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    Apparently a 2022 Tundra SR5 with TRD off road package is going to be $50,000-$53,000. Limited around $60,000. Neither with hybrid. Jesus fuck Toyota.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XavierD View Post
    Apparently a 2022 Tundra SR5 with TRD off road package is going to be $50,000-$53,000. Limited around $60,000. Neither with hybrid. Jesus fuck Toyota.
    You need to Man Up. Try a RAV4, it's your style and budget.

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    When I was pickup shopping, a Limited TRD '19 was just shy of $50k. Not sure you've been following the used pickup market but I can sell my pickup with 30k miles on the clock for more than I bought it for. I think half tons are crazy expensive but I'm not sure I'd blame Toyota or any other manufacturer right now. They are selling pickups for what people will buy them for and maybe even a little less judging by the shortage. Rav4s are not bad. My mom drives one.

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    Mrs C's RAV4 hybrid is really nice. AWD, nearly 40 MPG, holds most anything / goes most anywhere you realistically need.
    Quote Originally Posted by powder11 View Post
    if you have to resort to taking advice from the nitwits on this forum, then you're doomed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by easyrdr View Post
    To beardeclam, can’t go wrong with a Chevy/gmc, there is a reason everyone is doing LS swaps, motors are cheap, reliable, parts are easy to come by and they last. I found a 2004 5.3 in a junkyard for $850 with 100k on it, 5 years later still going no issues.
    thanks for the response man.

    anyone else got any wisdom?

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    Another vote for Chebrolets from the early/mid naughts, specifically the pre-AFM trucks. Ford V10s are reliable; U-Haul used/uses them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XavierD View Post
    Apparently a 2022 Tundra SR5 with TRD off road package is going to be $50,000-$53,000. Limited around $60,000. Neither with hybrid. Jesus fuck Toyota.
    Any word on the hybrid TRD Pro? I can't find anything price-wise. Guessing $70k range.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ColMan View Post
    Any word on the hybrid TRD Pro? I can't find anything price-wise. Guessing $70k range.
    Hybrids won’t be available until the spring

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    At 70k, why not buy a Raptor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Artist Formerly Known as Leavenworth Skier View Post
    At 70k, why not buy a Raptor?
    The environment bro.

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