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Hey look! There is a tire under there.

Thanks for posting these. Gives a look at the Titan that we haven't seen before.
 

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it would be great if there was a cover for the spare that's underneath, as you can imagine how dirty the undercarriage gets, but that's only a small issue
 

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And it would be great if the spare had an Alloy rim in the production trucks! Don't think so ...
 

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Currently, the Titan truck's come with a same rim as you purchase with. I know mine did, so there would really be no surprise there.
 

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Here are some pictures taken by my friend ;)



















 

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Currently, the Titan truck's come with a same rim as you purchase with. I know mine did, so there would really be no surprise there.
Really? I had no idea. My F150'sspare has an 18" steel rim even though the other 4 tires are 20" Alloys.

Do Titan owners do a 5 tire rotation? No reason not to.
 

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Really? I had no idea. My F150'sspare has an 18" steel rim even though the other 4 tires are 20" Alloys.

Do Titan owners do a 5 tire rotation? No reason not to.
HAHA, you know the answer to that, Some do, most do not. There is a reason not to, the spare does not have a sensor ;)
 

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Really? I had no idea. My F150'sspare has an 18" steel rim even though the other 4 tires are 20" Alloys.

Do Titan owners do a 5 tire rotation? No reason not to.
I don't know many people who actually rotate their tires, never mind a complete set with spare!
 

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HAHA, you know the answer to that, Some do, most do not. There is a reason not to, the spare does not have a sensor ;)
Well then that's just weird.
 

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I'm seeing the skid plate under the truck, which is cool to see. Its hard to see a lot from these pictures, but it is cool to have them since most of the time we don't get photos of the underside of vehicles.
 

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I'm seeing the skid plate under the truck, which is cool to see. Its hard to see a lot from these pictures, but it is cool to have them since most of the time we don't get photos of the underside of vehicles.
It's pretty handsome from underneath, at least in pictures.

I hope that the display frame is at the Vancouver International Auto Show too.
 

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Well the Toronto show was at the same time as the Chicago show so I think we got upstaged there, even though Toronto is a bigger city. Toronto is also so close to Detroit that they probably figure that Detroit is the big regional auto show.
 

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Well the Toronto show was at the same time as the Chicago show so I think we got upstaged there, even though Toronto is a bigger city. Toronto is also so close to Detroit that they probably figure that Detroit is the big regional auto show.
On Nissan.ca I only see Toronto and Calgary listed, Calgary is a couple weeks off from Vancouver show, but perhaps the Titan won't make it to Vancouver. Might have to take a road trip to Calgary.
 

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On Nissan.ca I only see Toronto and Calgary listed, Calgary is a couple weeks off from Vancouver show, but perhaps the Titan won't make it to Vancouver. Might have to take a road trip to Calgary.
It would be nice if it made it to all the auto shows, but i also think that trucks are probably more popular in Ontario and Alberta than they are in BC. I just get the impression that BC people would want more fuel efficient vehicles generally. The California of Canada.
 

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I think BC is at least equal to Alberta when it comes to pickups. There is some kind of pickup almost in every house hold, the only people that don't have pickups, don't have room to park them!

Northern BCs Oil and Gas sector will likely buy plenty of the Titan. I was surprised how many Titans and Tundras I saw up there.

My previous employer will probably get one, he likes diesels but all he does with his truck is cart around a 600L auxiliary fuel tank for his equipment. His F350 just barely fits in his garage.
 

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Underneath this baby looks amazing. Is this how the truck comes standard? with the spare, skid plate and suspension?

Thanks
 
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