I bought the Tundra D-Cab from Longmont
Toyota for several reasons: outstanding
sales and incentives, easy to work with
the dealer, and they bent over backward
to make the sale. I put a 1600-pound
camper on the Tundra and drove it 4600
miles back to Alaska with ZERO problems.
The Tundra handling and performance
with the camper weight was great. The
cruise control handled the load just fine.
Controls, 6-CD changer, handling,
The DC power plugs and wiring whimp out
at 100W. I needed 300W to run my kid's
GameCube and 50W TV in the back seat.
So, I ran a HD extension cord from the
battery to the back seat for DC power.
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