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Lacking any published maintenance guide for the new '07 Tundra from Toyota (they said to call back in a few weeks) does anyone have any good info with diagrams/pictures for the required chassis lube and maintenance on a 5.7L 4WD? For example, my maintenance guide that came with the truck said to lube the propeller shaft at 5K miles (assuming severe conditions) and torque the bolts. Need help.
 

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Lacking any published maintenance guide for the new '07 Tundra from Toyota (they said to call back in a few weeks) does anyone have any good info with diagrams/pictures for the required chassis lube and maintenance on a 5.7L 4WD? For example, my maintenance guide that came with the truck said to lube the propeller shaft at 5K miles (assuming severe conditions) and torque the bolts. Need help.
MOLYBINDEUM DISULFIDE Lithum good on all joints, i have called Toy Socal 2 times and they approved it both times, hardly feel there would be a difference in 07 procedure. It is ok to go to 1st Generation Tundra's Forum and believe me we will not bite!! Lotta good info that will appply to the 07's on the 06 page!! Torques are over there also, just search for them:p Grainger.com this is what i have been using on both my pick ups and both 4x4's like it every 5K miles and meets all requirements per toy socal. Ceneter support bearing bolts 2 Each torque to 30 Ft Lbs and flange yoke bolts 4 each torque to 54 Ft Lbs and i would imagine these 06 specs did not change for 07 but possible!!
 

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Sky- you bet it helps. So to lube and service the propeller shaft am I just looking for zert fittings at the u-joints?
 

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Yes, just regular gease fittings/zerts
This is for the 2WD.
 

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Sky- you bet it helps. So to lube and service the propeller shaft am I just looking for zert fittings at the u-joints?
On the 06's there are 8 fittings and do not over lube the one in front of the rear diff, it will throw out all the excess and make mess on undercarriage!! when ya see the joint stop extending ya probably have enough, but if ya keep pumping till ya see grease ya put too much but it can be cleaned but a dirty mess!! when ya grease the other fittings the first grease that starts protruding from spider bearing caps STOP they are easily over lubed also!!
 
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