5 Ways You Can Support TundraHeadquarters

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Like what you are reading? Want to keep this site growing? Here are some quick tips to help us, help you.
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Here are some ways to help out:

1.) Link to our website. Any incoming links raise our profile with the search engines, like adding links on forums and Pickuptrucks.com, MotorTrend, etc… More links = more visitors.

2.) Write or comment. We love comments — they help add to the community of the site. If you’ve got an itch to write something more, like an article, use our contact form to send us a note. We’re always looking for a quality blog post.

3.) Visit our store. That’s right — we’ve got our own TundraHeadquarters Store with T-shirts, coffee cups, and some cool ball-caps.

4.) Digg or Stumble us. If you’ve ever been to one of the social news websites like Digg or StumbleUpon, you know that you can find some really cool websites based on other people’s recommendations.

5.) Keep reading. Thank you for visiting — the fact that any of our readers enjoy our site enough to tell us is support enough.

Thank you!!

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  1. Jim Phelps says:

    Just purchased a 2007 Crewmax 5.7L 6AT LTD. I only have 500 miles so far and feel real good about the truck. I got it loaded up with acessories. So far I haven’t experienced anything complained about or reported on Tundra Headquarters. No bed bounce, all instruments and Nav system easily visable, gas milage exactly what I would expect from a vehicle and engine so big, No transmission or engine vibration…lots of room in the front and rear seats, annoying seat belt bell does what its suppose to do…make you put the seat belt on! I hope I am one of the lucky owners and this trend continues

  2. BR says:

    Admin – the site needs more content to stay relevant. The stories are far and few. Jut my two cents.

    • Tim Esterdahl says:

      Thanks for the comment. We try to get content out ASAP and publish on a consistent basis. It does take time to develop stories and we try our best to publish as much as we can.

      Thanks for the comment!


  3. DJ says:

    I have tried to contact the site numerous times over the past year or so, once about contributing an article, I have never once heard anything back

    • Tim Esterdahl says:


      Sorry we haven’t gotten your messages. I have sent you an email from my account to make sure you have my email address on file: editor@tundraheadquarters.com.

      Thanks for commenting and once again, my apologies for not getting your messages.


  4. Joe says:

    I came to this website because I want to find out the latest news on heavy duty Tundra. I want to buy a HD truck soon. When I want to look up news articles about HD Tundra, I click “all recent articles” and the screen showed the latest five articles plus 256 pages which I need to click and browse through. I think a search function or a summary of all the titles with dates would be easier for the readers to locate an article they are interested to read.


  5. Yury says:

    What is going on with ’14 1794 review (What are we driving now). It’s been a while.


    • Tim Esterdahl says:


      Thanks for the question, I’m working on it tomorrow. I took a week off with the Thanksgiving holiday and I had a bunch of other items I was working on. Look for it this week.


  6. Mickey says:

    Jason, Tim, and the crew. I really enjoy reading the articles that you put out. Some I reply to and others I don’t. I do read them all. I will visit the store. I can’t think of anything I could write about. Going through a 18 page document on my AIP issues.

    • Tim Esterdahl says:


      Thanks for your support AND for sharing articles on the forums, we really appreciate it. As always, let us know if you want to see a story on something and we will work on it.


  7. Mickey says:

    Forgot to mention is that I’m taking my time to fix that AIP issue due to the purchase of a 2009 Harley Davidson Electric Glide Ultra Glide Limited. It has 25,133 miles on it. Purple and silver.

  8. mendonsy says:

    It would be useful to be able to edit and attach links to comments.

    • Tim Esterdahl says:


      Thanks for your support and we are currently looking at improving the comments system. We realize it isn’t the best solution at the moment and are working on finding better options.

      Thanks for all your support!

  9. Tractari says:

    Good to know you like guest posts… i have your e-mail and i would love to share content on your website

  10. Will says:

    i think the best way to support tundraheadquarters is to join its facebook page.
    and participate at this blog effectively.

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