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I'm new to this site, and this is about as close a topic as I could see to post my question under. I'm in the process of buying a new truck and have pretty much decided to get the Silverado 2500 HD 4x4 LS ext cab with the Vortec 8100 big block and the Allison 5 spd auto with a 3.73 rear.My first question is... Do any of you know what sort of mileage I should expect... the dealers have told me that they don't have that info(hard to believe but that's what I heard from two different dealerships) Question two...How much above the invoice price is a fair price? I have heard 3% which in this case would be roughly $1000.00. I have only bought one other new truck in my life (93 Dodge Ram 250) and I have a feeling that I paid too much at the time.
Any help or pertinent advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanx Scott
What about limited slip for 2001 on the Tundra?? Is it available?? Seems like such a rugged off road vehicle would have this type of option...
Gay? Now you're talking f150 talk again....LOL!!
How about $27.50?
$27.50 is probably the price on the TUNDRA sticker on the back. It is overpriced compared to the other big 3...
If you want to think I am Rwell, knock yourself out.
Don't worry. I would never confuse you with Bama. While your theories are usually wrong, at least they are entertaining. I think you truly enjoy owning your little truck because it does what you need. Poor Bama didn't know his wasn't full size until he got a math drubbing from the butter bean farmer.
Good luck on this one now!
i thought my previous posts fairly well spelled out why i don't include personal info (which i USED to) in my profile. duh, it's cuz i can't have people knowing that i'm f150rules.
knowing THAT clown, he's prob'ly the one who left the message on my machine...
Seems certain ford vehicles have a major design flaw which make them stall in traffic and can cause deadly consequences.
So F150 or whoever you are now better go jump on another bandwagon buddy seems your Ford company isnt so perfect after all.
wonder where hes walkin to
Inc. "tested a tire model made for two Toyota
vehicles after small cracks were found on the
sidewalls, but both companies said Thursday that
the problems appear to be only cosmetic."
They said that the " Dueler HT 689 model, size
P265/70R16, was standard equipment on some of
Toyota's full-sized Tundra pickup trucks and its
new 2001 Sequoia sport utility vehicle until last
month when the cracks were discovered."
...cuz them yuppys be thinkin' the tundra's be full size...truth of the matter is...Tundra equals less truck for more buck!....good luck on this one now!
...err..OK...I'm back.....let's talk 2500's!
tires after discovering cracks
Toyota has informed Bridgestone/Firestone that it
will no longer accept tires that fall under the
Bridgestone Dueler brand name after Toyota
discovered "abnormal surface cracks"; in new tires
that come as standard equipment on such models as
the Toyota Tundra, according to CBS affiliate WWJ
News Radio in Detroit, MI. Surface cracks, if they do appear on tires, do not usually show until the near the very end of a tires life. This newly discovered problem could also lend to the argument of safety advocacy groups that quality is still an issue at Bridgestone/Firestone."
that I remain me. The rest of you are on your
I love it!
I guess Edmunds needed me...
Now it is clear that you don't know what "ideological" means or how to spell it. Why didn't you just say so?
I choose not to reveal personal information, so I respect your choice not to.
It's also too bad about those WEAK rear disc brakes your truck has.
Just keep telling yourself "But it has a BIG back seat."
Quad - "Mah truck is bigger than yourn." LOL
Sorry, Tundrists, it was just there! And I have no willpower whatsoever....