International Brotherhood of Tundra Owners Headquarters

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Everyone knows there are a LOT of Toyota Tundra forums. TundraSolutions.com is the biggest and most famous, and TundraTalk.net is quickly becoming a favorite of many of our readers here at TundraHeadquarters.com.

Of course, TundraHeadquarters.com has a forum too called TundraNetwork.com. It’s actually a combination of a forum and a social network, so you can upload photos, videos, post your favorite links, blog, and more.

However, none of these forums offer brotherhood – at least not in the title.

The newest Tundra forum – International Brotherhood of Tundra Owners Headquarters (no relationship to this site).

If you’re active in forums, or if you’re still searching for a forum that suits your personality, check out the International Brotherhood of Tundra Owners Headquarters. It’s free to join, they’ve got an incredibly active and dedicated group of people running the site, and they’re big fans of TundraHeadquarters.com so they MUST be alright

Here are links to some of the most popular threads on this forum, if you’re looking to get a sense for what the Brotherhood is all about:

So anyways, check out the IBTOHQ.

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  1. Mickey says:

    Active member there. Really good to have 4 forums to go to just to see what’s up.

  2. ingle says:

    me too!

  3. Jeremy the Wonder Gerbil says:

    Also I. I am trying to make it to the Houston Meet next month.

  4. Beezwax says:

    SWEET!!! I’m gonna join!!!

  5. NoKz says:

    Nice write-up! The site is definitely being worked on, so check it out!

  6. Will M says:

    I just got my first Tundra two days 14 hours, 34 minutes and 22 seconds ago. I feel madly in love with her at first glimpse. We haven’t been out very much; we’re still getting acquainted. She was no virgin, though; she was initially broken in with 37602 on the odometer but, we all know that for a tundra with that few miles, she’ll really get broken in with a real man riding her from the back… or the frontseat… whichever you prefer.

  7. Will M says:

    Oh, and BTW my beloved Tundra has a 5.7L iForce. I’m not quite sure what it is but, I think the ‘i’ stands for ‘InsaneAmountOfRawPowerSoWhenSomeJaggoffIsRevvingHisEngineBesideYou,YouCanLeaveHimInYourWakeLikeSomeFlowerTotingGirlieMan.’ I believe that’s what the manual said. So if anyone has any fuel saving tips like, “Let down the tail gate or, drive the speed limit or, remove engine and replace it with a 4 cylinder, .167L monster of an engine, let me know… BTW, I legally changed my last name…. out of respect, you know. It’s completely normal. So, if ya’ll just want to refer to me by my last name like the guys at the gym do, that’s totally fine.

    Sincerely,
    William 2007TundraSR5with5.7LiForce

  8. Will M says:

    I attempted the peel out a few hours ago and, the wheels didn’t squeel; instead, the gravitation pull of the moon changed for a second. I think the Tundra may have moved the planet. If you were affected in anyway, contact your local FEMA office…. or the UN, or God himself, whichever.

    Making a spectacle of affection,

    William 2007TundraSR5with5.7LiForce

  9. LOL – I think I felt that.

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