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    Just turned 130k on my 07 5.7. Only problem so far is had to replace the rear differential at 115k.

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    226K on my 02 Tundra TRD Extended Cab

    Just had my second timming belt and water pump installed back in August, nothing but basic maintinence performed. Been running all synthetic oils in everything, engine & trans, transfer case and both differentials. Steering rack started to leak last year, just keep adding ATF periodically it weeps slowly. 3rd set of front rotors and on 2nd set of rebuilt calipers, also only on my second set of rear shoes and drums. Still on my original U-Joints on both front and rear shafts
    Lost my drive light in the dash a little while ago, also my temp gauge no longer works .......... even after a new sensor installed Had to install new upper ball joints earlier this year, other than the recall for the front end lower ball joints being replaced by Toyota back in 2004 the only other thing I improved upon was to install the Billstien series 9000 adjustable lifting shocks that made her sit nice & level Have to say one thing and the only thing that frustrates me about the design is it is hard to align this type of front end, the sensitivity is really high and have always had vibration issues that come and go ..............

    Other than that I truly have to say this has been the BEST TRUCK I have ever owned, she is dependable and trusworthy to the core, the 4.7 engine still purrs like a kitten and you cant even feel her running at idle

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    Im at 115K on my 02 ac. only issues i have had is changing the brakes after lifting it and the weight of the larger wheels and tires were really effecting the rotors. after replacing with stillen rotors and hawk ats pads, no issues there. timing belt and all other routine maintenance was in effect when i bought it with 70,000. this truck runs like a champ!!!!

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    181,445 miles on my 2006 TRD SR5 access cab. oil changes every 5K,brake pads at 123,000,air filter at 90,000. rear brakes are half worn as of two days ago,six sets of tires.Rolled it over one winter day on super icey road,drove it home & fixed it in my shop in 2010,mud up to the frame,snow up past the bottom of the doors with Pirrelli Scorpion ATRs,towed 8000pounds on the reese hitch. Now I need to bypass the foolish air pump junk(only complaint I have with this truck the air pump & the windows rattle when part way down,done that since new & dealer couldnt fix). BEST nastiest toughest truck I ever had
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    I bought my 04 DC SR5 this past June when it had 196,000 miles on it. I'm over 203K now and lovin every mile. The original owner took good care of it, only thing he didn't do was the timing belt. I changed the original soon after I bought it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjj62 View Post
    I bought my 04 DC SR5 this past June when it had 196,000 miles on it. I'm over 203K now and lovin every mile. The original owner took good care of it, only thing he didn't do was the timing belt. I changed the original soon after I bought it.
    Yikes. He's lucky the belt didn't break.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StephenC View Post
    Yikes. He's lucky the belt didn't break.

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    my brother's 03 2wd has the original belt and its at 200k and some change. we looked at the belt and it has no cracking from dry rot or nothing out of the normal. still looks good and runs good. from the day he drove it off the lot.

    my 03 has 169,169 on it haha and all is well. new wheel package goin on it this weekend. id take my tundra cross country at the drop of a hat. its a tank
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    125000 on my 01 limited trd new shocks new bushings in rack third set of tires third set off brakes. Runs and rides as good as the day I bought it.

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    I can start the new year at 100,013 yes, my bad I was going 40 mph while taking picture
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    2000 access cab limited 180890 and still going strong!

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    146k on my 2000 Tundra access cab 4.7L...got it with 109k back in 09...finally paid it off 1/6/13...so proud to say it's finally mine...I love my Tundra!

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    Just a quick update on my Tundra, after the frame recall(thanks to Muller Toyota for an awesome job!) I am at 267,000! wonderful miles and still going strong..KNOCK WOOD!! Getting a little tied in the seats and the brakes still suck, but other than that still love it. Look out 300K I'm headed your way
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    154,537 on my 2003 AC. Still runs strong.

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    Almost there on my 07 CM (94000). Book says to do timing belt at 100,000. Is this something I should be immediately concerned about? Also, if I'm in it already, what else should I do both maintenance and performance.


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    Quote Originally Posted by smckinney View Post
    Almost there on my 07 CM (94000). Book says to do timing belt at 100,000. Is this something I should be immediately concerned about? Also, if I'm in it already, what else should I do both maintenance and performance.


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    If I were u I would pick up an alt & starter when u can cause they usually go out around 125k-150k miles. I hope yours doesn't, but if it does u can b prepared. Also u might want to consider running a thicker oil for better protection, maybe like a 0w30-5w30. I have 183k on my 07 5.7 dc n runs like new (knock on wood) n I've been running 5w30 for 130k miles n I luv it. Keep goin strong everybody

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