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Bill Zizzi

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  1. Only took for a few mile test ride but I could tell back of truck did not bounce around like it did with Rancho's Keeps tires planted.
  2. I had the headlight TSB done and it made a pretty significant improvement, service dept tried to charge me $250 but I had a good will slip from sales that said it would be N/C. Also had rear seat cargo bin installed and like the extra storage space under CC seats. Tonight I installed Bilstein 5100 rear shocks to get rid of some of the bounce and it work better than expected, will do front's next. Threw the Rancho's in the trash !
  3. I wanted a CC with the 6'6" bed, something toyota does not offer. Also when looking at new and used Tundra's I noticed the used trucks had rust bubbling through the bed around bolts that hold bed to frame. One was a 2013 with 30K. Did not want to deal with rusty truck in a few years. Toyota makes a good truck but they do not seem any better than GM from my past experience. My Sierra definately has a heavier frame than the Tundra and a much better ride. MPG of Sierra kills the Tundra as well.
  4. I have owned nothing but Toyota trucks and SUV's for the past 30 years, when it came time for a truck I traded my 2011 4R for a 2014 CPO Sierra 1500 CC Std bed 4X4 Z71 with 5.3L and 3.42 rear. So far I am enjoying the truck, I hear Toyota owners bashing the American made trucks but after talking to true GMC and Chevy truck owners who have nothing to say but good things about their trucks I decided to give one a try. To be honest my last few Toyota's were far from trouble free, Had transmission, torque converter, manifolds, fuel gauge sending unit replaced on 2002 Tundra before 30K mi. Had front differential and axle replaced on 2011 4R due to internal bearing failure at 46K mi. Did not abuse or take off road either. I needed a V8 truck to pull my boat and after driving a Tundra I liked the Sierra better so here I am. Time will tell if I made the correct choice.
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