Ton-Ton loves tearing up the dirt. He uses his big bed to carry loads of rocks and catapult them away. He is a dyed-in-the-wool incorrigible daredevil. He is also hyperactive, unable to sit still for long.
At one point, Ton-Ton was a member of the Dumps, a group of Ankylodumps obsessed with daredevil stunts and thrill-seeking; why and when he left the group is unknown. He was later approached by Ty Rux with the idea of forming a community of different kinds of Trux and Reptools, and eventually joined up along with Craneosaur Skya and Dozeratops Dozer. He would soon find a kindred spirit in the Reptool Ace, who likewise enjoyed stunts and enjoyed repairing Ton-Ton after his escapades.
Ton-Ton loves tearing up the dirt and is a dyed-in-the-wool incorrigible, daredevil; he is also hyperactive, unable to sit still for long unless he's asleep in a blanket of rocks. His love for high-speed adventure quickly prompted him to bond with Ace, who usually loves taking part in Ton-Ton's hijinks. When he is forced to slow down or even stop, Ton-Ton can become panicky or even more hyperactive, and often struggles to deal with such situations. However, when called upon Ton-Ton is capable of great focus and seriousness, and can be counted upon to make the right choice when it's needed. His personality is such that he can befriend most anyone, from supporting Click-Clack in having his voice heard to teaming up with Skrap-It.
Like all Ankylodumps, Ton-Ton is capable of achieving high speeds, which he often uses to jump off of ramps or to ride on vertical rock walls. He also has the hydraulic bed common to all members of his species, which he often uses to carry supplies for his friends; he also uses it to flip himself right side up if he ever ends up on his back.
- Ton-Ton is the only one of the four main Trux not to have acquired a nemesis with whom he shares a personal antagonism; he has occasionally battled Splitter, but this is based purely on the antagonism between their groups and not any feud between the two of them.
- Ton-Ton is more of a dimwit and a coward.