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Don't try this with a new Tundra.....

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regfootball    208

LMAO. i was reading the mitsu outlander brochure I picked up recently. It says 2 220 pound people can sit on it's tailgate. My aztek's tailgate is rock solid. My and another can sit on that, no problem.

How cheesy thin must the tundra tailgate be if it can't support any weight?

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Yeah, but what do you define as a real bed? To me either either a fleetside 4'wide x 8' long bed, and I have to say that the Avalanche has what is close to a real bed, at least considering today's truck standards.

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scharmer05    0

First of all, very nice snowmobile. I've always been a Polaris man. Haven't invested in anything as new as yours since I mostly rent when I make mountain trips, but if we end up getting some more snow on top of the about foot of what is now ice up here, I might just pull the trigger. We just haven't had enough snow around here to make it worth it in the past few years.

As for hanging it off the tailgate, I would do the same thing in a second. The majority of the weight is up front in a snowmobile anyway. Even if it wasn't it wouldn't be a big deal for a real truck.

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What a useless bed. A real truck like the Tundra would fit the whole snowmobile with the tailgate closed.

:pbjtime:

Alright; replace Avalanche with tundra. No excuse then, eh :AH-HA_wink:

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