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  1. Trikebubble

    Heavy Tundras choice of suspension

    I prefer having them on with my truck and camper setup. Overall it just feels better. On my old Xterra, I removed them both and preferred the extra articulation. Funnily enough I just stripped one of the rear sway bar bolts and had to cut it off, so I'm running with out it right now. I can feel...
  2. Trikebubble

    Heavy Tundras choice of suspension

    I have Dakar leaf pack with an extra leaf along with airbags and daystar cradles in the back. The leaf pack deals with the majority of the weight pretty well, and I have the airbags there just to supplement things (and to fine tune my level when camping. I run an MCM Fabrication mid-travel...
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    Ram Rebel or Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro

    Because the thought of mentioning the word "Tundra" brings out the anti-Toyota fan-boys or a ratio of at least 10-1 to the Toyota fan-boys who always seem to have at least 100 reasons why a time honored, tested, and proven reliable simple truck can't possibly be as good a choice for those who...
  4. Trikebubble

    3rd gen tundra

    I ordered my mid travel setup from MCM Fabrication. He does have leaf pack options, but it was cost prohibitive to ship those up here to Canada, so he recommended I sourse the Dakar leaf packs up here. Sent from my SM-G930W8 using Tapatalk
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    3rd gen tundra

    I'm running a mid travel suspension set-up. I net about 3.5" or so. Its a combination of ADS Racing shocks (kind of overkill, but I do like their ability to deal with hundreds of miles of washboard logging roads without giving up), along with MCM Fab uca's, and OME Dakar rear leaf packs (I do...
  6. Trikebubble

    3rd gen tundra

    i didn't know the CrewMax even had a bed? J/K...... my sister has one and the back seats in it are better than sitting in a limo. It's about the only vehicle I've ever been in where the back seats have more legroom than the front.
  7. Trikebubble

    3rd gen tundra

    Well, our family consists of two hoomans and two dogs.....but I'll guarantee it's better than our family in the old rooftop tent. ;)
  8. Trikebubble

    3rd gen tundra

    Thank you. A rear locker would have been nice to have (had one on my old Xterra) but it was far from a deal breaker. I wanted a truck with a double cab configuration (for the dogs, didn't need or want a full crew cab) with true doors that open on their own (not suicide doors that force you to...
  9. Trikebubble

    3rd gen tundra

    Terrible idea. You'll hate it. Brilliant power and even better reliability suck....... ;)
  10. Trikebubble

    Best Overland Channels on YouTube

    One of my favorites: https://expeditionportal.com/grizzlynbear-overland/
  11. Trikebubble

    Tundra vs F150

    I find it interesting that the same qualities ("old", tried-true, proven reliability) that drew me (and many others) to purchase a Tundra for extended lifetime of use are both the same reasons why their seems to be so much anti-Tundra fanboy opinions on them as well as the exact reasons why...
  12. Trikebubble

    Seriously??

    19? Where you from.....that was our prefered beer at 15. Ha!!!! A Sasquatch with a case of Kokkane still beats a Yeti with a fancy bucket though......
  13. Trikebubble

    Seriously??

    I'll support local Sasquatch approved items over those "imported" Asian Yeti doo-dads any day.
  14. Trikebubble

    Tundra vs F150

    I love my Tundra, wouldn't buy any other gas powered truck. When I was looking my #1 want was a truck with a proven reliability pedigree. I could care less for heated and cooled steering wheels, and 45 cup holders, and the most up to date fancy interior. I wanted a tried and true and tested...
  15. Trikebubble

    Looking for four wheel hawk or raven camper

    https://www.facebook.com/UsedFourWheelCampers/ https://www.instagram.com/usedfourwheelcampers/?hl=en
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    FWC HAWK Flatbed on Tundra CrewMax, can it work?

    I've seen a couple people with Hawks on CM's. They just leave the tailgate on. I don't think it's an optimal combination at all, but I don't think the truck will implode. Sent from my SM-G930W8 using Tapatalk
  17. Trikebubble

    Interesting how this forum and overlanding has changed over the years...

    So now "we" are crapping on folks who are actually out there full time, doing this "overland" thing for reals? I don't know this couple (though I've taken interest in their new build as I have a Tundra and Hawk combo as well), but by all accounts they've put down over 80000 miles, traveling...
  18. Trikebubble

    Truma? / what is a hard side camper like to drive? (cross winds, handling on highways)

    We have a Four Wheel Camper and have never regretted that choice yet. I don't know about the Hallmarks but the FWC's takes no more than 2 minutes to pop up. It depends on where you see yourself wanting to travel really. For me, I knew we wanted ot get far off-road, to go to those places where...
  19. Trikebubble

    Hawkeye Rovi - an adventure Tundra build.

    Most excellent. Congratulations, you are going to love it. Sent from my SM-G930W8 using Tapatalk
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    Hawkeye Rovi - an adventure Tundra build.

    The Hawk is a great size for the 2 of us, and our 2 dogs. I know the "correct" size camper for the CM would be the Raven, but I've seen guys pit a Hawk on and leave the tailgate down. I knew the size camper I wanted first and picked the truck to accommodate it. Sent from my SM-G930W8 using...
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