The Toyota Tundra deal. I will expand upon this later

This is a possible blog having to do with rust forming on the frames of the 2000 and 2001 Toyota Tundras. I however think it is a problem dating back farther than that. The trucks of the late 80’s and early 90’s rusted really bad. Then again, I guess it is also about where you live and the care you put into it your truck. All I know is that my family owns a 1987 Toyota truck, and that thing barely has a rear quarter panel left. If the inner bed lining would get a hole in it, you could reach your hand straight into the bed from the outside. There isn’t much left on the rear end of that truck. I am sorry I don’t have a full blown blog today. I am not feeling real well and didn’t get in the research that I wanted to about this topic. I will get to it soon though. This shall have to suffice till at least tomorrow.

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  • Kevin  On October 26, 2009 at 2:00 AM

    You are dead on with this post. The late 80’s line of trucks were not produced correctly.
    The amount of rust is horrible. I am sad to hear that additional Toyota trucks are still having issues with rust.

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