Originally Posted by 79letour
Damn thats pretty good that Toyota stood by their product. SOA would have a whole team of lawyers saying that the frame existed in North America, which is SEVERE DRIVING, and so the rust would be ones own fault.
My problem with Toyota was that even though I had above normal rust on my frame, there was a threshold it had to meet to get any action. Mine was going, but they weren't touching it. It likely would have taken another 2 years to get anything going from Toyota, and even then, they were trying band-aid fixes with undercoating and poop like that.
For those that got the 1.5KBB value, they made out well. Toyota should be commended for that. It was us 'tweeners that found ourselves in a sticky spot.