Too all you Tundra guys!!

Orriono

Junior Member
Location
Washburn WI
Bolts were tight when I took them off. I should have taken a pic. The metal fatigued. I couldn’t understand why when I would go the plow was hitting where it hadn’t before. Didn’t figure out until we put it on a rack and could really look at it.
 

soundnstyl

Member
Location
Philadelphia, PA
I got a 2011 tundra TRD. Even have an aftermarket bumper on it. I can’t find my picture w plow on but i used a 8’ western plow on it. I think it’s an ultra mount. Had a 98 F259 before and my trunda can run circles around THAT thing. I love the tundra and my plow.
Found my plow pic. Before and after paint.
 

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MC94XR7

Senior Member
Location
GTA
I have a 8' HD still on mine since 2015. I had to get my ball joints replaced last year. I can't believe I see a wide out on a Tundra. Keep in touch. That's nuts!
 

tpendagast

Senior Member
Location
Anchorage AK
I've been looking. I currently have a 05 hd2500 which plows great. I've had quite a few problems with the truck. I'm getting about 9.5 mpg. Like I said before I have a tacoma and have had other tacoma's which I have had no problems with. I am a solo operator so money is always tight. I just want to make the right choice. What type of mpg's are you guys getting with the tundra? My route is roughly 60-70 miles round trip, so it's costly to plow. But I have to do it. Thank you for all of the responses so far!
I have an 08 tundra as my personal truck
I don’t have a plow and I don’t get awesome gas mileage
5.7 i force
Maybe 10-11 mpgs

don’t get a tundra if you think fuel mileage is going to be mystically awesome
 

tpendagast

Senior Member
Location
Anchorage AK
3 years with an 8'2 Boss V Plow and no issues

I have been using my 2010 Tundra with a 6" lift to plow approx. 40 accounts for the last 3 years with no issues. I do switch back to stock rims with snow tires and run about 1,000 lbs of ballast but have had no problems or snow amounts this truck cant handle.

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No damage
Wear?
Transmission kablooey?

legit straight clean smooth?

wow!
 

tpendagast

Senior Member
Location
Anchorage AK
Here's my 2016 tundra. I have F250s and 2500hds that always let me down in storms. My tundra was the back up.but now for 3 seasons I've been running the wideout and a 1.5 ton Salter lol. I'm sure everyones gonna say I'm insane and I agree, its ratings are bs for payload but it's never let me down.. no front end or back end repairs or frame cracked. I keep the truck oil sprayed and it's far better than my other trucks. View attachment 195607 View attachment 195609
K -razy!

I dig it!
 
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