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    Default TOYOTA 4wd

    Toyota 4wd owners. Post your rig.
    I’ll start. This is my current build. 06 Tacoma. Bought 3 years ago with 32k miles.
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    My old lx450. Sold it about 2 years ago. Wish I never did.
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    Sold this Tacoma about a year ago. Built it also. Would like to have it back. Trd Supercharged.
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    My 91 land cruiser. So far I've removed the fender flares, built front and back bumpers, and installed a winch. Ill find pics of the bumpers.

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    I've got like 4 now, a couple 4runners, a 90 landcruiser, and a Tundra. All close to stock, the older 4runner has some half moon scrunchies on the racks - teenage daughter, the other 4 runner is leveled.. the landcruiser I bought to do a redo and let my son drive it, but I'm too impatient, I need to sell it. He can drive the older 4runner, besides I need to buy my oldest girl something newer, she's basically already started college. I've done a few things to the tundra, but I like understated vehicles, the nearest thing to overland I did was throw my old cooler in the bed... but it does have cool tires, rims, leveled, bumpers and such. I got someone to change the front around when they put on the new back bumper. I haven't found a front bumper I like enough in my lackadaisical internet searches.

    I'm probably going to bite the bullet and buy a older f60 already done in the next year or so.

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    I don't have pics of the others on my phone
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    Tundra, Tacoma, 4 Runner in the drive. Going to be putting 35’s on the Tundra, but everything else is pretty much stock. Heartbeat of Japan!
    If you give 10 people a bag of gold, someone will complain about how heavy it is!

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    Yeah, but do you consider a dog to be a filthy animal? I wouldn't go so far as to call a dog filthy but they're definitely dirty. But, a dog's got personality. Personality goes a long way.


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    See, I want a 90 or a few years older fj60. They just about have all of the accommodations as the newer ones.. so I don't feel like I'm driving around in a stupid jeep or anything, but without the Charlestonish aura.

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    Current trucks:


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    1979 FJ40

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    2003 100 Series


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    1991 75 Series



    Previous Trucks:

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    1976 FJ40

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    60 Series


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    Tundra



    And a few old Toyota trucks I never took pictures of. I’ll upgrade and buy a 200 if my 100 ever starts to have any issues as a daily.

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    I’ve got a 94 Toyota 4x4 pickup that has been just sitting. It needs new tires, brakes,exhaust, AC , ignition ....
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    This was my old 94. Ive had 5 or 6 different 94s along with a 89 and a 92. When I bought this truck it had 9 of loft and rubbing 33s. I practically rebuilt the whole suspension and motor. It ended up with 39.5x14.50s with 529s.

    The first one I built was small but would climb a house. 34x9.50 LTBs with 488s and lockers. 22RE. That truck ended up hitting the center of a live oak.


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    I had an 86 from 9th to 12th grade, sold it about a year after I graduated, and bought a 76 Bronco. Those are the only two trucks that'd I like to have one or both back.

    my only pic of it, I'm fine with that though

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    This was my 02 2.7L. Had 35’s and would do everything i needed to do at 23mpg. Bought it in 05 with 16k on it for $9,500. Sold it in 2011 with 180k for $10,500 when the oldest daughter was born to have more room. At least once a month my wife will bring up that truck and how much we miss it. Out first date was in that truck and alot of other first’s as well. If i could find that one i would buy it back no questions asked.

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    2016 4Runner Trail Edition
    2006 Sequoia Limited
    2001 Tacoma TRD

    All have Bilstein 5100's with Dobinson springs. 4Runner and Tacoma have rear lockers. 4Runner has the KDSS system with a Total Chaos lift and is the most fun to drive.

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    This was mine. Can’t remember the year 01 maybe. It was used and abused when I got it but still drove it a few years.

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    Oops.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Highstrung View Post
    I had an 86 from 9th to 12th grade, sold it about a year after I graduated, and bought a 76 Bronco. Those are the only two trucks that'd I like to have one or both back.

    my only pic of it, I'm fine with that though

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    145 gross?
    When it comes your time to die, be not like those whose hearts are filled with the fear of death, so that when their time comes they weep and pray for a little more time to live their lives over again in a different way. Sing your death song and die like a hero going home. -Tecumseh-

    Quote Originally Posted by Griffin View Post
    You're also one of select few clemings with sense.

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    I kick myself for not holding on to this one.

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    Man is merely a two legged locust, devouring wild lands, developing and prostituting wildlife and fisheries under the guise of "use of the resource" for tremendous profit and moving on. Will it ever end?

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