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Tundra VS T100, looking to upgrade.

Old 03-04-2007, 07:02 PM
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T100

My T100 2WD isn't a truck? Man, somebody sold me a bill of goods!

Seriously, this is an interesting thread and I have learned a few things.

We all should remember..... "We are standing on giants!"

Thanks for the info!
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I found this old thread looking for some info on A340F transmission swapability, and got sucked in. I found a few things I want to clear up for posterity in the process.

Originally Posted by Bagger View Post
The rear differential is the same in the T100 and a Tundra. All 2wd and 4wd T100s and Tundras use a 8" 2-pinion diff. Tundras have been offered with a TRD Off Road package, including a limited slip. T100's had no Off Road Package or limited slip or e-locker offered.
Yes. The T100, Tundra, and non-lockered Tacoma have the same rear end, commonly (and erroneously) known as the 8.4"


Originally Posted by Bagger View Post
On ext cab model Tundras and T100s, the T100 has a shorter wheelbase, shorter overall length, the same width, less curb weight, and more interior room. The bed measurements are the same, so a topper would be interchangeable between both trucks. Both trucks use a C channel frame, although I would guess the Tundra to be a bit stronger since it has a higher payload. 16" wheels are also interchangeable with identical bolt patterns.
A slight error here. I would say the T100 frame is beefier. It's fully boxed from the front bumper to about a foot from the rear bumper. The Tundra frame is boxed under the cab, and C-channel under the bed. The extended cab 4wd T100 has a payload capacity of 1,995 lbs, and same breed of Tundra only 1,532 lbs. This is really just a result of the 500 lb lighter curb weight of the T100, as the GVWR of the two trucks is nearly identical - 6000 lbs T100, 6050 lbs Tundra.

Oh, and most of the stuff Bamachem posted in this thread was flat-out wrong.
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what about the glass?

9 years later...I have a question.

Can a rear window from a 93 or 95 T100 fit a 2003 Tundra Extended Cab.

I have those two old parts vehicles. Any technical help on removal/install would help too.

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