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( www.TFLtruck.com ) 2019 Ram Rebel vs Tundra TRD Pro vs Mud: Which Can Cross The Deepest Goo?

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    • The Fast Lane Truck
      The Fast Lane Truck

      If you want to know how quick the latest off-road truck are, check this out! https://youtu.be/zA_mlpoV8EY

      about 6 months ago
    • CarSalesmanBear
      CarSalesmanBear In reply to The Fast Lane Truck

      That looks like a really nice vinyl steering wheel on the Tundra!

      about 4 months ago
    • Choice777
      Choice777 In reply to The Fast Lane Truck

      +Phillip Craggs wrong craggy..all those other parts account for weight, but the tyres also account for weight and friction.

      about 4 months ago
    • Phillip Craggs
      Phillip Craggs In reply to The Fast Lane Truck

      +Choice777 wrong, if that were the case, you'd be changing shocks, suspension, braking systems, axle configurations, wheel base, vehicle weight, etc.....
      these are being tested as from the dealer, that's the test, what is better out of the box.

      about 5 months ago
    • liam middleton
      liam middleton In reply to The Fast Lane Truck

      AND PLEAS DO A 2019 POWER WAGON IN THE SAME CONDITIONS

      about 6 months ago
    • liam middleton
      liam middleton In reply to The Fast Lane Truck

      ZED NOT ZEE

      about 6 months ago
    • Discovery Outdoors / Matt-N-Abra
      Discovery Outdoors / Matt-N-Abra

      I had a ram once.....ONCE...

      about 10 hours ago
    • jetdr
      jetdr

      Tundras are just engineered and built better, how many have over 1 Million miles now!! If you want a flashy interior to keep you busy when you break down, buy the Ram, if you want a truck that will keep going! Toyota all the way...

      about 3 days ago
    • haremish
      haremish

      firstly, i love dodge, they are beautiful and have great power; that being said, you cannot pit a dodge against a toyota for offroad capability......its a f*cking toyota bro

      about 3 days ago
    • David Rogers
      David Rogers

      Good truck review

      about 4 days ago
    • David Rogers
      David Rogers

      Honestly my wife’s Lexus suv goes through much of what you went through.

      about 4 days ago
    • Chris Perkins
      Chris Perkins

      I'd like to see what happens when you throw some weight in the bed. I haul a 450 gallon water tank around in my ram 2500. I doubt there is a Toyota made that can handle that.

      about 5 days ago
    • Myzteryman818
      Myzteryman818

      Real question. Which one is going to still be running in 10 years? Ya ill take the tundra.

      about 5 days ago
    • Curt Hensley
      Curt Hensley

      Why are there so many beeps in the dodge, is that the truck?. I hate that.

      about 5 days ago
    • Rom Riv
      Rom Riv

      The tundra cleared the way kinda tho

      about 6 days ago
    • Jeremy Will
      Jeremy Will

      How much do they cost $40 $50? Y'all keep buying them expensive pieces of junk and they gonna keep going up.

      about 7 days ago
    • UNMsmith
      UNMsmith

      I love this guy’s reviews!!! Watching this while “working.”

      about 8 days ago
    • Kent Henry
      Kent Henry

      The review shows that these guys need training. He put it in 4L which is dead wrong for mud. If the mud were deeper the Toyota would eventually stop moving while the Rebel having a locker and more aggressive larger diameter tires would keep on trucking through the mud. If you wan't to award a real offroad truck for a smooth ride keep yourself limited to a mall parking lot with that TRD Pro seriously that is where it belongs with those Michelins, it is a great looking pavement cruiser. Toyota just does not have real offroad chops from the factory. Their Land Cruiser was a solid off road machine. They tried with the FJ Cruiser and it was half-way decent but certainly nothing like a stock Jeep Rubicon Wrangler. I went through the Tellico trail with my modified Wrangler and the guy trying to keep up with me in a FJ TRD with mods ended up with a helicopter ride out. The FJ literally cut itself in half on that trail. Obviously when you chose a vehicle for off road you need to consider what you will actually use it for off road. Probably 90% of these end up never leaving gravel or roads and for some folks that is enough of an adrenalin rush that they enjoy themselves fulfilling their vision of off road adventure. Others are going to leave the roads behind and go places where you have both diffs locked and end up with a snatch block and winch pulling us to safety, and keep going looking for even more adventure.
      I encourage TFL to do a rematch with some serious mud then we will see the limits of what these vehicles can really do rather than running through some mud puddles put them in some real mud and if you want to really have some fun let them try to climb a 100 foot muddy hill.
      For heaven sake get some off road training for the guys, these little bunny trails like in this video are not much of off road challenge. This is where readers and staff can learn why 4-high should be used in mud. Nathan it's time to give this guy some on the job training for your associates, I've noticed you have off road chops that would tuly help the rest of the team. Look at the title of this video and then think about the footage and lack of expertise. Ultimately choosing the Toyota for it's Fox shocks makes no sense at all. You guys do such a great job on your other reviews but honestly this one really missed the mark.

      about 10 days ago
    • Kent Henry
      Kent Henry

      on mud you should stay in 4H not 4L

      about 12 days ago
    • IIRIS NAZARÉ
      IIRIS NAZARÉ

      Queria ver se elas aguenta rodar na transamazonica na epoca de inverno

      about 12 days ago
    • Ron Wakefield
      Ron Wakefield

      The Toyota has shitty off road tires. Have you really been 4 wheeling cause you seem a little lost

      about 13 days ago
    • stewart murray
      stewart murray

      £600 Freelander would go through that!

      about 13 days ago
    • Bill P
      Bill P

      How long before the Ram air suspension has an out of whack sensor or a leaky bag?

      about 15 days ago
    • Gerry Lundergaard
      Gerry Lundergaard

      Tundra new LED fog lamps. Ram new brighter check engine lights and bigger tow hooks. Pay attention or pay cash America!

      about 17 days ago
    • Suphad Thundee
      Suphad Thundee

      Great review

      about 18 days ago
    • MARTIN WOOLDRIDGE
      MARTIN WOOLDRIDGE

      Ram has center lock differential transfer case so it can transfer power from front to back and back to front in different ratios.

      about 19 days ago
    • Harv Begal
      Harv Begal

      I'll take the Toyota. It will still be running long after that Fiat piece of garbage is rotting in a junkyard.

      about 21 day ago
    • Cannondale2019
      Cannondale2019

      big recovery hooks=red flag

      about 21 day ago
    • Nathan Tribble
      Nathan Tribble

      Don't get me wrong, the Ram looks amazing and performs well too, but I'm gonna have to go with Toyota because of performance, looks, and reliability. In my opinion

      about 21 day ago
    • Josiah Chimfutumba
      Josiah Chimfutumba

      I like the interior of the Tundra

      about 22 days ago
    • Madatter
      Madatter

      Air suspension in Canada....even the Ram dealers don't recommend getting it for all the cold weather issues it has.
      Our local dealers don't even order trucks with it unless someone special orders.
      That says something

      about 22 days ago
    • Jared Bouck
      Jared Bouck

      If you’d legitimately take the Tundra over the Rebel, you’re smoking some serious lettuce. I’ve driven both quite a bit, guess which one I have sitting in my driveway. Rebel is king of half ton trucks. Now, having said that, I’ve never driven the Raptor, but I’ve never been much of a Ford guy, actually was a GM guy until I had some sense knocked into me. Both are great trucks but you absolutely can’t go wrong with the Rebel

      about 23 days ago
    • Deborah chesser
      Deborah chesser

      Do we really have to compare these trucks? The Dodge is great, for 50k mi. Put some real tires on the Tundra.

      about 25 days ago
    • Tim Johnson
      Tim Johnson

      Then why did your American counterparts put it last for offroading because it "doesn't have lockers?" Cars.com also picked the Tundra over the Rebel in the desert.

      about 25 days ago
    • Nelson Fields
      Nelson Fields

      the tires on the rebel are not loud on road

      about 26 days ago