2007 Toyota Tundra with 666,803 Miles on It!

A 2007 Toyota Tundra made an appearance at the 2012 State Fair of Texas Auto Show. The 2007 Tundra isn’t that exciting by itself until you consider the odometer reads 666,803 miles. Holy cow!

2007 Toyota Tundra with 666,803 Miles on It

This 2007 Toyota Tundra with 666,803 miles on it still looks in good shape considering it gets driven around 200,000 miles per year!

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Custom Toyota Tundra – Joe Miller

Crazy sound system, 7″ BDS Lift, custom paint, Rockstarr wheels, this Toyota Tundra has it all. Joe Miller did a fantastic job of creating a one-of-a-kind truck. It definitely grabs your attention.

Joe Miller Custom Toyota Tundra

What a beautiful Toyota Tundra with a scenic view. This custom truck is just plain cool.

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How Active Grille Shutters Work – Video

Automakers have been looking at all sorts of different ways to improve fuel economy. One of the promising ideas is active grille shutters that utilize engine air flow better. Third-party companies like Magna have also been working on new ideas. Here is their newest product for the Ram 1500 and a great video on how active grille shutters work.

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Toyota’s New Tagline

Toyota has unveiled a new tagline, “Let’s Go Places”, intended to show how the automaker is constantly evolving and changing to meet customer’s needs. Will customers like it? 

Toyota's Fancy New Tagline

What do you think of Toyota’s new fancy tagline, “Let’s Go Places?”

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K&N Q&A – Bert Heck Answers Our Questions About Oil Filters

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Is the OEM filter for the Tundra the best option? How can someone know?

At TundraHeadquarters.com we field a lot of questions – both in the comments section and via email – about oil filters.  We decided to collect the most often-repeated inquiries together and talk to someone who knows the business inside and out to get some answers.  That someone is Bert Heck, Performance Kit Manager at K&N Filters who took the time to provide us with his perspective regarding the intricacies of oil filtration.

Filter Flow Rate vs. Filtration Ability

The very first question we asked Bert had to do with the perennial debate concerning flow rate versus filtration.  Simply put, is it better to have a high flowing filter that runs the risk of not catching as much particulate matter as possible, or does an engine benefit from a more rigorous filtration system that doesn’t flow quite as well?

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