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Old 02-07-2008, 09:03 AM   #1
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Anyone have experience towing a Tundra four down? Manual says "do not tow four down".
No problem with weight.
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Anyone have experience towing a Tundra four down? Manual says "do not tow four down".
No problem with weight.
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Old 02-09-2008, 06:55 PM   #3
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Dont know about towing it four down, but be glad you have an 07 Tundra, it's far superior to the 05 and 06 models, Had an 05 that went thru 4 fuel pumps before 60,000 miles, the 06 was a bit better, but still had the horrible handling, placement of Radio controls, clock, cab light function, tailgate constantly falling down of the 05. Toyota has finally actually made a full size truck now. 24,000 and no problems so far. (And Toyota corrected all of the above problems for 07)
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Andy,

We considered the Tacoma 4 down but Toyota expressed they will not honour the warranty if we did this. That is why we have a Nissan Frontier instead. You might want to call Toyota and get the official position.

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When I bought my 04, I had the dealer include the Remco disconnect. That way no problems with the warranty. Over 50K miles, no problems with the disconnect. Love the truck.
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