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post #1 of 15 Old 09-27-2007, 02:37 PM Thread Starter
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Thumbs up Toyota knows Chevy Trucks are better

Spotted at the Texas State Fair today:



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Being pulled by a CHEVY SILVERADO



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post #2 of 15 Old 09-27-2007, 02:43 PM
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More like "We're Here to Lose!"

Rumor has it..all those stupid Tundra commercials...they use GM trucks to haul all the stuff to put it together.



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LOL That's awesome! I can hear that announcer talking about his "6500 lbs of dead weight" right now.

Let me tell you something, if they dropped 6500 lbs of weight, free fall, off the edge of a cliff, and attached to a 5000lb truck, no amount of braking would keep that truck from slingshotting over the side of the cliff. That's got to be the stupidest f'n commercial I've ever seen!
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It wouldn't even matter about tires and brakes...the front end would probably just flip up from all the downpressure and the thing would go cartwheeling off the side of the cliff or some ****. It's ugly as piss, too.
<--- Slanteyes! It also looks like it is all frowning and emo-like.



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Thats tooo funny..could of gotten a rig or something to haul them but they choose the smaller trailer pulled by a 5th wheel..

I guess the Tundra could not do it..

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It wouldn't even matter about tires and brakes...the front end would probably just flip up from all the downpressure and the thing would go cartwheeling off the side of the cliff or some ****. It's ugly as piss, too.
<--- Slanteyes! It also looks like it is all frowning and emo-like.

AMEN to that my brother!!! I hate those [email protected]#%ing trucks. I can't stand that slant eye look ALL those foreign POS have. I guess what I can't understand is the big 3 have been making FULL size trucks for how long now? Why would anyone even consider something that is NEW to this market.


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They COULD pull the excuse that the Tundra doesn't come in a dooly.

Lorcin: I dunno, the same asshats that buy Ridgelines? Front wheel drive "truck" ftl.



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I don't think they're bad looking trucks. I like the new Silverado's better. But if it were a choice between that Tundra and the older style Silverado, I'd take the Tundra. When we bought the RAM we were TRYING to get a Titan LE.
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****. That is funny.

Toyota doesn't made a truck good enough to haul their own stuff. Priceless
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I hear the titans are total suck-buckets. There is a reason why you can get them so **** cheap. Engines that like falling apart, horrible fit and finish..and transmissions that can't find a gear when going up a hill. Or pulling any kind of load. They have a lower MSN user rating (it's around 5 last I checked) than my 97 S-10 does. And one story on one of those reviews a guy street-dragged a older Ford Powerstroke..the Ford totally kicked his ass.

I'd take a C10 over a Tundra.



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