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  1. skez

    skez Large Member OT Supporter

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    funny man
     
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    jrmcm Actriz Porno

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    EPMD I have come here to chew bubblegum and kick ass. A

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    I agree, until you need to tow something.
     
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    skez Large Member OT Supporter

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    yeah i'l give you that, toyotas arent very good at being massive pulling machines
     
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    Toyota trucks suck shit. Ford and Chevy trucks > all others
     
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    Escpecially in T3. That stock Tundra kept going and going and going....
     
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    skez Large Member OT Supporter

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    i'd like to see a ford do THAT :o
     
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    The ford would stall EVERYTIME it got hit by the remote controlled police cars!
     
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    My neighbor has a 5spd Toyota 4X4 truck from the mid 80s... It has 500000+ miles on it. That shit will not die. He still takes it to the trails and beats on it. The owner wants it to die, so he can swap a SBC in it. I dont think its going to happen any time soon. I don't think the new Yota trucks are as reliable as they were back in the day

    :bowdown: Old Toyota Trucks > *
     
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    skez Large Member OT Supporter

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    have you ever seen the vid where the rigged up a camry to be remote control and took it out into the desert?

    i couldnt believe how long it wet before it finally died, they fucking rolled the thing and it still drove :eek3:
     
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    skez Large Member OT Supporter

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    :bigthumb:

    but then again, no new car is as reliable as old ones :sad2:

    but you notice in iraq/middle east they use new toyota trucks like hummers, they use them,and not fords for a reason
     
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    I HAVE TO SEE THAT VIDEO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    nissan titan > other crap

    5.6L > there v8's

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    skez Large Member OT Supporter

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    i'd host it, but its just over my ISP's space limit :(
     
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    Yoritomo dad's jar chimer

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    I had an 89 Toyota 4x4 v2 that hadaround 200k on the clock when I traded it in. No problems whatsoever on the thing. Actually that's a lie. I burned an air conditioning switch once. That's it though. I beat the hell out of the poor truck too.

    My cousin had a 4 cylinder 84 4x4 that had over 270k on the clock when he traded it in. Same story. No problems whatsoever.
     
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    I love my friend 99 Tacoma it makes me moist
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    I just bought an 03 extended cab prerunner Tacoma I hope I get 350K with no problems :x:
     
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    I'm not a domestic fan, but I'd get an F150.
     
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    If you want the scoop on all the latest Tacoma-related stuff,check out www.tacomaterritory.com and join their Delphi bulletin board.

    Hang on to your wallet
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    Yes. For beat-around trucks, you can't kill them. For hauking/load carrying, the F250/350 and Chev 2500HD OWN that market.
     
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    Not necessarily true. The newer 2.7L 4-cylinder found in the Tacoma is directly based on the indestructable 22R/22RE engines found in those same older trucks. They are also very, very durable.

    I have 300,000km's on my 96 Tacoma 4wd work truck with the 2.7L and 140,000km's on my personal 98 Tacoma 4wd truck. I have replaced NOTHING out of necessity so far, just routine maintenance. Both of those trucks are just unbelievably reliable.

    I killed a 93 Ranger 4wd and a 96 S10 4wd. I believe the Ranger was a good truck, just not quite on par with the Taco for longevity. The S10 was just a piece of crap. Period.
     
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    80s/90s Toyota engines are generally :fuckingbulletproofandthensome:
     

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