Toyota trucks

Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by Anorak, Jan 23, 2011.

  1. 09Prodigy

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    His head is so far up his ass his mind is plugged with last months corn.

    Even if I was willing to engage this asshole in conversation I am not willing to take the hours it would require to explain.

    They say a Picture is worth a thousand words..

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  2. IheartmyNx

    IheartmyNx Ihave2draft

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    Yeah, I didn't know if he was paraphrasing his point of view, or talking about your truck... so I nuked it.

    I too was too tired to explain it...
  3. Captain Obvious

    Captain Obvious Been here awhile

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    I see you've narcissistically posted your Tacoma like a gazillion times in this thread. If you're going to do that with a "truck" that has a plastic bed, a topper with a bike rack, and no receiver hitch, then you just might possibly get negative feedback from those of us who own a truck as a tool for our hobbies, rather than a white trash status symbol.

    It's simple, your truck couldn't do what I use my truck to do, but my trail bike could sure as heck do the off-road stuff you do in your truck... in like a fraction of the time required, and at much higher average rate of speed.

    You're on an off-road biased bike forum, showing off a truck that can't even tow or haul a bike. Are you surprised not everyone is impressed by your 10^3 volume of pics?
  4. IheartmyNx

    IheartmyNx Ihave2draft

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    Shit dude, "his truck" (minus the engine, and minus the support) has been to the North Pole and back...

    Where the favark has yours gone?


    ...And Koolaid my ass! Arctic Trucks may build the odd Terd And Chebby, but they primarily build Toyota Hilux's, Landcruisers and Nissan Patrols.
  5. HardCase

    HardCase winter is coming

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    I'm surprised you're surprised, the post to which I was responding claimed that Tundras got 10mpg, and I was simply correcting the record. They are EPA rated at 13/17 for the 5.7, and that seems to be pretty close by my reckoning.

    I found the Tacoma to be pretty darned good hauling substantial loads, but within reason. I mean, mine was a 4cyl and I'm not a construction guy, used it more for trips to Home Depot and the local landfill, but did use it to move 30 years worth of old files from my office to a storage unit, had the bed full to the rails and a utility trailer which was also full, quite a load, and it did just fine. I also used it to haul round bales of hay, both in the bed and on the trailer, and it handled that reasonably well also although I had to be damned careful to give myself time/room to stop as the trailer didn't have brakes.

    My Tundra pulled a 6000 trailer/load over a pass this fall, and it was a revelation, didn't even feel like I had anything back there, would acellerate up to 70mph without any noticeable effort. Yeah, I know that the big 3/4 or 1 ton diesels are better for heavy hauling, but I don't need that capability.
  6. Lemon G

    Lemon G Banned

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    lol @ this cuntfuck calling someone else narcissistic.
  7. HardCase

    HardCase winter is coming

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    Did it do a 30 second burn-out when it pulled you out of that ditch? If not, it was probably stock. :lol3 BTW, I am in no way disrespecting the stock Tundra iForce. I was very happy with mine that way. I confess that the S/C was something of an impulse purchase, but I haven't regretted it for a nanosecond.
  8. 09Prodigy

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    Listen dick head.. Stop now before you make yourself look even more ignorant if that is possible.

    Can you spend 4 days in Death Valley wheeling for 8 - 10 Hours a day with your Wife and Dog? No Support and No trips to town? Nope I didn't think so.

    Can I tow.. Sure as fuck can.. Behind the license plate is a receiver. It is tucked up as far as possible to improve drop angle and clearance (if you even know what that means).. but You are such a Ignorant Fucking Prick that you jump to conclusions before educating yourself.

    Don't believe me? Check this link under "High Clearance Tow Hitch"

    https://www.allprooffroad.com/05tacomatrailarmor/05tacomarearbumpers

    Payload? I don't WANT or NEED the payload for what this truck is built to do.. If I want payload I pick up the keys to my 3/4 Ton.

    This is a thread about Toyota Trucks on an Off-road Motorcycle forum.. How proud of yourself were you by making that connection? (Wait don't answer that because I simply don't GAF...) Not everyone here is as ignorant, uneducated and close minded as you are Captain Oblivious. People on this forum have other interests than just items that have 2 wheels.. and Gasp.. they SEEK KNOWLEDGE about those interests.. Something you SURE AS FUCK DONT!

    In fact the vast majority of this Forum use it as a knowledge or research base for things they are interested in. If there is a thread that doesn't interest them they stay out of it.. Like you should this one.. the only reason you are posting is to add what little narrow minded opinion you may have. DILLIGAF????

    Now STFU and go crawl under a rock so I can drive over it with my boring and useless "meth-head lifted" "white trash status symbol". /ignore
  9. Chuckracer

    Chuckracer Jerkus Maximus

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    LOL - no, it was snowing and blowing like a bad mofo. I met a guy driving down the middle of the snow covered road in his SUV and had to get a little too far to the side of the road to miss him. The front wheels started to get sucked into the votex of deep snow in the ditch. I fanned a downshift and was flailing madly for the little FWD knob on the dash, but it was way too late. My bad - should have had in in 4x4 already.

    I just found the first thing I don't like about this truck: That stupid little knob. :huh In any of my old trucks I could have just fanned the clutch and whacked the lever and floored it.

    NOT a deal breaker - don't get excited, NXlove dude. :D
  10. Snarky

    Snarky Vodka Infused.

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    lol, I don't really know why the Toyota truck thread is making people so angry. Chevy, Dodge, Ford, Nissan and Toyota all make reliable trucks and suvs in a wide array of engine displacements and cylinder counts. This was a thread for people who like Toyotas.

    I like to modify my vehicles to personalize them as mine. I do it to my bike, I do it my FJ.

    Videos like this inspire me to try different things.

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  11. jedd

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    I've got one for you:


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    2001, had 90k when I got it. 5 speed, 2.4L. Power nothing, no CD, factory alloys. :scratch

    2001's most reliable vehicle.
  12. IheartmyNx

    IheartmyNx Ihave2draft

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    Still thirsty?

    Here. Have another one on me.

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  13. Snarky

    Snarky Vodka Infused.

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    Is that a truck or a boat?
  14. legion

    legion Pope's Nose

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    My daily driver. I put about 300 miles on it yesterday and much of it was at roughly -25*f. At one point I turned the heater off because it really wasn't doing anything anyway.


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  15. fireflyr

    fireflyr Been here awhile

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    Spring Green FJ45. Beautiful truck! My 40 was that color originally, before the PO painted it forest green metal flake.:puke1
  16. 09Prodigy

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    want!
  17. Chuckracer

    Chuckracer Jerkus Maximus

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    Awesome!! :thumb
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    scottzilla Been here awhile

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    Big deal. I've seen KLR's do that shit.
  19. Colemanfu

    Colemanfu King of all manfu

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    I haven't :D.

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  20. FatChance

    FatChance Road Captain

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    My '07 Tacoma TRD Sport with a topper and bicycle rack. It does have the tow package so maybe it isn't a total wannabe truckette that does not measure up to the obvious standards of some...

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