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No Anti-Slip Rear on Tundra. Any Problems?

gators2gators2 Posts: 2
edited April 2014 in Toyota
Why does Toyota not offer anti-slip rear end on the Tundra? I'm most concerned with a 2WD at the boat ramp. Any thoughts?

Comments

  • ryanbabryanbab Posts: 7,240
    only suggestion is go with an aftermarket locker

    Or i believe toyota dealerships can install one for you.
  • jim4444jim4444 Posts: 124
    They want a slice of the full size market but no anti-slip????
  • ratboy3ratboy3 Posts: 324
    Yeah I would say that is a huge minus not having the limited-slip thing...

    So far I havent had the need to launch a boat with my 2WD...
  • reticent1reticent1 Posts: 70
    Limited slip is available thru Toyota after-the fact for 2001 models. The part is $699. Installation is quite the job but it's possible. The Tundra for 2002 will offer Limited slip as an option.

    -Ret
  • Here is what appears to be a very nice

    compromise between a locker and limited-slip.


    It is what I will install one day soon.

    It can be a DIY or have a mechanic do it,

    all the info is at the website:


    http://www.powertrax.com./truck.htm


    Don't know its cost.

  • jim4444jim4444 Posts: 124
    And you cant get it from the factory?

    You have to buy the truck first then have it installed?

    Not for me. I'll stay with the big 2 and Germans that let you buy it built into your truck as a much lower priced option.
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