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  1. Do you have the body color wheel arch moldings? If so, can you take a few more pictures?
  2. Tundra TRD Pro vs. AT4 vs. Raptor

    Modified seat bracket bolted to the floor.
  3. Tundra TRD Pro vs. AT4 vs. Raptor

    Useless post... and that's exactly what I am doing by posting here.
  4. Tundra TRD Pro vs. AT4 vs. Raptor

    I found a brand new (3 miles), white 2019 Tundra TRD Pro for $52,600 out the door. From reading through the forums, it appears this a a pretty sweet deal. I still can't decide if I want to give up my 2018 Calvary Blue 4Runner TRD Pro for a 2019 Tundra TRD Pro, a 2019 Sierra AT4, or wait for the 2020 Tundra TRD Pro. However, at 6'8" and 350 lbs, I'm leaning towards a full size truck for the interior room and bed, but maybe I should just stick with the 4Runner. Any recommendations?
  5. I lost a supercharged 2002 Trans-Am WS.6 (with 15k miles) and a 2017 Sierra Denali in a recent house fire. I have always been a GM guy with a fast car and a truck (usually lifted). After the fire, I decided to buy my wife a white 2018 4Runner TRD Pro and planned to drive her old Sonata for a while, so that I could do a little research on the Raptor and 2019 AT4. I had all intentions of buying a replacement truck, but I fell in love with her Pro and hated her old Sonata, so I went out a got myself a Cavalry Blue 4Runner TRD Pro. As much I hate to sell my 4Runner, I think we need a truck in the household. We just do too many projects that require, or at least make having a pickup truck bed ideal. I'm also 6'8", 350 lbs, so I do miss the room in a full size truck. After driving a Toyota, I've decided to consider a Tundra TRD Pro to the list. I drive about 15k/yr, so reliability and fuel economy are important. Although, I would definitely add larger tires to the Tundra or AT4, so looks are important too. I enjoy having a vehicle that stands out from the rest, that's probably why I liked the 4Runner Pro so much... you just don't see many in my area. I have it narrowed down to a 6.2L AT4, Tundra TRD Pro, or Raptor... with the Raptor being in last place due to the additional cost and lower reliability. What made you decide to get your AT4 over competitors?
  6. I have a 2017 Sierra Denali Ultimate with the 22" wheels and chrome inserts. Unfortunately, brake dust seems to be extremely difficult, if not impossible to remove. Actually, I am not sure if the brake dust is pitting the inserts. I've been using Wolfgang Uber Wheel Cleaner 3.0, but no luck. Anyone have similar issues? Any recommendations?
  7. Does this mean GM dealers are now required to use Gen 2 (full synthetic) for oil changes on previous model years (my 2017) or only current? If the Gen 1 licenses expire on Sep 1st, I assume that dealers would no longer be able to purchase it at all, making all oil chances full synthetic? I wonder how this is going to effect the cost of an oil change? I am still trying to figure out if I am going to start doing my own oil changes after I use my free ones.
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