here's what you get:
1. A Tundra Solutions Club Members title under your forum name.
2. A new decal, if you provide your address.
3. Access to the Tundra Solutions garage forums.
4. Access to the PM system.
5. Option to participate in group buys.
6. Special lower Club pricing from Carson Toyota and our supporting vendors.
3, 5 & 6 are probably the most beneficial reasons for joining the club. i know that many members have saved money when purchasing OEM or TRD parts from Carson Toyota.
Simias pretty much put it in black and white as to what you will get.... but also I look at it this way. The small amount you pay for the club membership basically keeps this site going. I can only imagine the time Lon spends making sure everything is up and running, and because of that all the information that is here for us to use(even without becoming a club member). In the end, even if someone makes a little money out of running the site... well I say good for them!
Lets see .... by being a member
reading this site
seeing what others are up to ... guess I saved over $1,000 on mods and purchases I've made over the past 18 months or so. Not to mention the knowledge gained.
And a Cappi stated it keeps this site going for others.
Seems like a good investment and service. I can Pi$$ away more than the cost of annual dues on any Saturday and not have access to the information contained herein. Your choice, just by asking I'm sure you'll make the best decision for you.
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