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How to Choose the Best Car Seat for Your Truck

Tundra drivers love their trucks for the sense of safety, utility, and form, but the stakes of the game change when you add a new addition: a baby.  Suddenly safety and utility have whole new meaning!  What’s the best car seat for your truck?  What if you have a double cab or a regular cab? Let’s look at a breakdown what you need to know when choosing a car seat for your truck.

Best Car Seat for Truck

Toyota Truck Rust Problems – What’s Going On?

Despite Toyota’s long-standing reputation for quality production, one thing the carmaker can’t seem to shake is persistent rust and corrosion problems. Over the years, Toyota continues to have a pattern of rust and corrosion problems. Why? What’s the deal with Toyota trucks and rust?

Toyota's Persistent Truck Rust Problems

Why do Toyota pickups seem to be always dealing with some sort of rust issue? Why can’t this problem simply go away?

Is that Big Mac Costing You MPG in Your Truck?

A new infographic by Allstate and Cars.com says that the biggest factor facing automakers trying to increase MPGs is you. All of you. The trend toward increased obesity is really making it hard for automakers to cut more weight. Put down the Big Mac and check this out.

Obesity and Fuel Economy

Apparently, if everyone weighed 150 lbs (like the test driver automakers use to determine max towing capacities), we would all gain 1 MPG.

Ford’s New Small Truck Strategy – Cheap-Sell the F-150

A source from Ford recently told us that they are going to switch gears in their marketing away from the big, luxury trucks and focus more on their basic F-150s. This is in response to what they see Dodge doing and might also been in response to Ford losing a significant amount of compact truck sales. Will this new strategy pay off in fending off Dodge and moving compact truck buyers into full-size truck owners?

Ford's New Small Truck Strategy

Can Ford make it for lost compact truck sales by cheap-selling the F-150?

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

Tundra oil filter 5.7 4.6

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?

Heck’s response spoke from K&N’s experience in the high performance oil filter world

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