I'm in construction and I've owned mid-
sized 4x4's to get around job sites.
My son totalled my Dakota and I decided
to move up to a full-size. The Dakota
was a toy compared to the Tundra. I'm
on the management side so, I don't
carry ladders or forms or lumber, ect.
I think a used Chevy would be better
for that stuff. But I do have to get
around in the snow and mud and spend a
lot of time on the road. This is a
smoooooth shifter that everybody on the
job site tells me they wish they owned.
Great ride, smooth shifting. Lot of
cubby holes for maps, cups, and other
I have thermometer in my car I really
miss it when I drive my truck.
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