i'll be ready in 40k (for the third belt=180k) that will be about 4+ years. if you're still around i'll buy the beer!
2005 2wd Access/TRD Off road option, 4.7 V8 , 335,006K miles. Just done it's 2nd timing belt/pump kit on it. No majors, no smoke, no oil burn, no rust to date.
But' there is something wrong with the radio (no cd play). Go figure...
Well I put upper/lower ball joints, tie rod ends & shocks once around 330k? U-joints soon after.. Normal wear items.Re: How many miles on your Tundra? Who has the highest miles and what is your engine?
honestly, on any modern vehicle, barring domestic models with known problem engines, the engine will far outlast the other components of the vehicle.
modern machining methods and lubrication technology are so good, the engine block is rarely the problem. on a truck with over 150,000 miles, i would be more interested in finding out the condition and cost to replace for: suspension bushings and joints; u-joints; tranny; fuel pump; injectors; interior trim; 4x4 actuators; a/c compressor and parts; window and door seal rubber; windshield rubber; dry rotted brake lines; etc.
if the block made it to over 100K, it's probably good. i would be more concerned about all the other little refinements that make daily driving a pleasure instead of a sloppy, rattling torture session...
my nissan has 180K and no burning or leaking oil. all the other stuff is starting to go, though, and it's hard to find the electrical components in good condition anywhere except the dealer. getting ready to drop 100 bucks so my high beam headlights will work again. then, all new bushings and struts for about a grand of parts and labor. cruise control button contacts wearing out. plastic parts on driver side outside mirror cracked. u-joints getting sloppy. paint scratched. door rubber letting wind noise in. etc... pony up the nickles and dimes or trade it in... ;-O