2008 tundra 4X4 5.7 1/4 mile run
took my 08 tundra to the track, it ran a 15.09 @ 91.16
truck has 3'' lift otherwise stock
***went back to the track with traction off and haul on in 2wd i ran a 14.620@ 94.76mph.
******alot of pointless comments, so i havent bothered commenting. i was not racing against the other car, i was racing against the timer. this is drag racing not street racing. i did not post this video to prove this truck is better than you srt8 jeep, duramax/cummins/powerstroke, vette, and whatever else you kids are posting. just showing what this truck runs stock with no mods and power/traction buttons not used. if you have a better video or a video showing your car/truck/bike/boat running a better time post it up for everybody in the world to see. nut up or shut up
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The fun varies, from camping to dirt-bike riding to water-skiing. But the vehicle that invariably gets tasked with hauling the corresponding equipment is a full-size pickup truck. You know, like the 2009 Chevrolet Silverado 1500, 2009 Dodge Ram 1500, 2009 Ford F-150 or 2009 Toyota Tundra.
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