While most elements of the Toyota Tundra are mildly refreshed for ’14, a few received a more thorough makeover. The fullsize truck’s bumpers are a case in point. Toyota has gone from standard 1-piece bumpers to a new 3-piece design, a change partly inspired by ’14 Tundra Chief Engineer Mike Sweers’ side job. “I’ve got high-school kids driving my trucks,” Sweers, also a Michigan farmer, tells WardsAuto at a ’14 Tundra media event. ...

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