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    Cool 100k mile club on my tundra finally made it

    well after having the joy of having my tundra for 4 years i finally made it past 100k on my tundra. I had 5 miles on her since i got her new and she has been babied with oil changes every 3k since. i plan on keeping her another 100k or until i see a ground up redesign on the Tundra...She is getting a new timing belt (and tensions) and water pump to make sure i receive another 100k on this v8 engine. kept it up toyota iforcev8 is one good engine ....

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    right awwwwn

    i'll be joining you in a week .

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    Now that would be a cool thread...

    100k club members.

    (I've still got a long way to go, only at 64K atm)
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    Im gettin there, you may have seen my photo at 66,666 miles in my gallery

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    Shelby is right. Chicks dig purple. Buddy of mine has a PURPLE tundra , and he is always gettin compliments from ladies at school on his truck.

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    Assuming that you put the truck up on jack stands and took the picture with the truck standing still and not while you were driving it and staring at your speedometer.

    100k and itís just broken in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by v8Toilet
    Assuming that you put the truck up on jack stands and took the picture with the truck standing still and not while you were driving it and staring at your speedometer.

    100k and itís just broken in.
    hey could be worst ive been known to take pictures on sportbike at 100 mph let's get my gallery of that out..

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    What ever happened to Toyota's 100K and 200k club?
    It was on the official web site.
    They sent me a window sticker and letter when my T100 cracked 100K.
    I should hit 200K soon ...

    100K is a milestone - well done

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    Well, I still have a way to go. I'm only at 47K.

    But I think have some of you beat. My 87 4Runner has just over 360K and still running, barely, but still running.
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    My 2000 Limited 4X4 Tundra made it, at 106K, and still running fine.

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    the last time I went to visit mom and dad I saw an old friend of mine from high school, he still has his early 80 something corolla (lovingly refered to as the GRAPE) it had something like 400,000 + miles on the original engine. now that is saying something but get this he is on his 3rd tranny and god knows how many clutches, and he says the only engine work that has been done is an in car regasket, cyl. head machined, and new crank bearings. I should also mention that I vividly remember catching some major air in this car jumping a set of railroad tracks about 10-11 yrs ago.
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    Congrats man!

    I've got a long ways to go at only 45K on my 2001! But I'm sure it will get there eventually with all the trips I have planned in the next year!

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    Cool Thread Retitled

    Quote Originally Posted by Genthar
    Now that would be a cool thread...

    100k club members.
    The thread has now been retitled to:

    100k Club Thread - Post If You're A Member!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7.62mm
    What ever happened to Toyota's 100K and 200k club?
    It was on the official web site.
    They sent me a window sticker and letter when my T100 cracked 100K.
    I should hit 200K soon ...

    100K is a milestone - well done
    That is a good question. When I bought my '87 land cruiser with 171k on it, I registered with them, and they sent me a 200k mile club sticker (guess they knew it would make it) and a ice chest with the toy logo on it. It was awesome. I am at 201,040 or so now. Still runs awesome. The tundra will have NO problem making it to 250 or 300k. If that big old nasty tractor engine that redlines at 4,000 rpm I have in my cruiser can do 201k and still run well.....wow...think how much better the manufacturing is on our tundra engines compared to '87. We're in for the long haul boys (and gals).
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    109,875 miles today on 2000 V8 SR5

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    Default 139,975

    139,975 mi.

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