Toyota Tundra Towing Capacity?

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The towing capacity of the second generation Toyota Tunda is that of up to 10,000+ p'ounds. The payload capacity is over 2,000 pounds. The second generation of Toyota Tundra has 3 engines to choose from. The Toyota Tundra is a full sized pickup truck. The first generation was very similar to the Toyota T100. It was also similar in some ways to the Tacoma. They all shared the 3.4 liter VB engine. The second generaltion made some modifications.
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A Toyota Tundra has a maximum payload of 2000 pounds and a towing
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Which Engine? 4.0L, 4.6L or the 5.7L engine.
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1. Pull the Toyota Tundra onto the tow trailer and set the emergency brake. 2. Wrap one of the heavy ratchet straps around the frame under the Tundra's right side. Pull the strap
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2007 can tow 10,800 that is right. that's the new body style. Source(s): 20 Year Toyota Master Tech.
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