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Old 02-19-2012, 03:50 PM   #1
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Toyota 1 Ton dually Flat beds

Hi, Guys:

When did Toyota stop making the 1 ton dually flat beds? Also, did they ever offer 4X4 with the dually

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Old 02-19-2012, 08:26 PM   #2
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there was never a dually 4x4 although, im not sure when they stopped makeing the flatbeds though, im thinking 93?
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they did make duallys but only in 2 wheel drive the 4wheel drive ones were dealer or customer done. they were pretty awsome trucks and im pretty they did stop makeing them in 93. the only problem was they were mostly automatics, but they came with like 4.30 gears and heavy duty transmissions. they also made 1 ton, 2 and 4 wheel drive pickups in the early 80's.
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I am the proud owner of a 91 single rear wheel 2 wd 1 ton ... doesn't help answer your question, but I had to put it out there!!
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Old 02-19-2012, 09:37 PM   #5
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yeah everyone wants the dually rear ends for offroad rigs though nowadays just for the bigger bearing and such, just another yota rear end to me
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I've found a place in California that has dually Tundras and Tacos from 2000 to present. I guess they must be dealer installed?
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I bought a 1991 1-ton dually cab and chassis new from the dealer in 1991, then had an aluminum bed installed by a truck body shop. It was an awesome truck for my construction business at the time. The ones that were typically sold through dealers had the same drive train as the RV's. I too always thought a 4x4 version would be nice to have.
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