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Of the selection, go for the Tundra, hands down...

I made the error of buying a Chevie in '95 when I couldn't get a supercab shortbed in Ford, Tundras weren't an option... That thing cost me way too much down time, first trannie was on the warranty, next one on me, engine, big end rod bearing at 70k or so, all on me, tossed in a factory GoodWrench, used synthetics from then on, kept it only because we had other projects going... I made it to 150k before I found what I should have had, a Ford... Me biased, yes indeed.. friends have Tundras,love 'em, no problems..

No more GMs for me, did not like the local dealer, we leased it originally, bought the lease..

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