Just got a 2012 Titan and could not be happier with it. Ride quality, build quality, sound proofing, features, durability, fit and finish all seem exceptional so far and my local dealer was great to deal with....so far. I am hoping it stays that way.
I was just wondering if you had any advice for the new guy things to do or not to do with the truck or in the forum.
welcome.. there are tonssss of theads on here about different mods, id make sure you read the threads before you add any mods... there are so many different ones, cheap & expensive and it may save you money in the long run! lol lots of DIY mods too! any plans for the truck????
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No plans for mods any time soon plus they are like drinks...once you start. If there was a sure fire way to increase fuel economy substantially I'd go for it but its already better than my last truck so I'm in no rush. From what I have read in the mod forums so far most of the mods which might boost fuel economy give pretty marginal results, so until something comes along that I can be sure will pay off I'll keep my money in my pocket and my warranty intact. Some nice looking rigs on here so far though.
Had my Titan out for the first day today and got mud and clay all over the roof but somehow kept it out of the box? Don't know how I managed that? Then spent 5 bucks just trying to rinse the prairie's off of it. Good fun. As I turned off the pavement and dropped the truck into 4x4 I SWEAR my truck has a little smirk and was thinking thank god someone who is going to USE ME like a 4x4 TRUCK!
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