limited slip with 4x4 would be decent for limited off-road. But if you want to be serious about off-road you need a locker.damiasebaticus said:Ok, so slip diff is better for handeling, and rear lock is better for offroad. what if I had a slip with 4x4, wouldnt that be best of both worlds? Am I missing something?
Been discussed at length, and seriously, either would be fine. Choose your truck based on the other equipment it comes with, and consider price if it matters to you. If you prefer a hood scoop, buy a Sport. If you want fewer features and a lower price, get an SR5 (with optional lsd). Or get an Off Road if you like the features it comes with. And there are cosmetic differences (wheels, chrome/black/color for grilles, mirrors, bumpers...). Don't worry about which diff it comes with -- it will do what you need (& want) it to.damiasebaticus said:Hey, thanks for input, I want 4x4 if I have to get out of a situation, or go on snow boarding and camping trips. I dont offroad at all. What would my best option be for all practicle purposses?
damiasebaticus said:Curious Brandon, why are short beds gehy? Or do I need to ask?, lol, jk, but seriously I like the look, manuverability,and the fact that if you put an extender on.... well, that might be like an implant but..., functional.,lol???