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It's a simple yes or no question. Does Toyota put that parking brake info in their owner's literature, or do you have to figure that out on your own?
And since YOU bought up relative braking performance versus GM trucks, here's the Edmunds data:http://www.edmunds.com/reviews/comparison/articles/43902/page015.htmlAs you can see, the Tundra stopped in a whopping six feet shorter span. That's the distance of an average man's height compared against the total distance of about half of a football field. Big deal. The Silverado weighs a little more, so that's to be expected. I'll take that and keep my brakes, which won't turn into scrap metal if I forget to set the parking brake!!
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