2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4×4 :: Classifieds

A Toyota Tundra SR5

The Tundra is one of the most desirable full-size trucks on our forum with recent overland-equipped offerings including this 2008 TRD Off-Road with OEV camper, a 2022 SR5 TRD Off-Road with a MITS alloy tray, and a 2006 SR5 with a FWC Eagle camper. The first-generation Tundra is still considered one of the best due to its dependable V8 motor, rugged backcountry capability, and extensive aftermarket support. If you’d like to better understand this model’s plethora of benefits then check out Stephan Edwards’s feature piece on Basil Lynch’s 2005 Tundra. This full-size platform is also a great option for a full-camper build as demonstrated by first-gen builds from Down 2 Mob Overland and Terra Crew. Today’s 2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 has covered 159,648 miles, features premium modifications, and is priced at a very competitive $15,900.

Tundra V8 engine

From the Seller:

Arizona truck all its life and zero rust. Everything works great, no issues. The previous seller owned the truck since 10,000-miles and sold to me at 153,000 miles in Sept 2021. This truck is mechanically in perfect condition. Runs and drives great at all speeds. No check engine lights. It has been meticulously taken care of all its entire life. It has been used to explore and overland but is not a trail beater and I don’t go ‘mobbing’ or rock crawling. It does have pinstripes in the clear coat from many tight bushy trails.”

Toyota Tundra locking hubs

2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4×4

The Tundra is fitted with a 4.7-liter V8 that produces 240 horsepower, 315 pound-feet of torque, and returns a combined 14 mpg (today’s example is fitted with a Unichip ECU system for better performance). An exceptionally long-lived engine is matched with excellent capability thanks to 4WD, low range, 4:56 front and rear differential swap, ARB rear locker, and front manual locking hubs. Inside the Tundra includes the following driver comforts:

  • Air conditioning
  • Power steering, locks, and windows
  • Upgraded premium audio
  • Center console
  • Cupholders

A Toyota Tundra SR5 rear end

Distinguishing Features

  • A.R.E Topper
  • Buddy Stubbs rock sliders
  • Bulldog winch
  • ARB front bumper
  • BFGoodrich KO2 tires
  • Race Car Dynamics 6-inch lift kit and Camburg uni-ball upper control arms

Tundra in the backcountry

This 2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4×4 is listed for $15,900 and is currently located in Phoenix, Arizona. Check the full vehicle specifications via the original Expedition Portal forum post here.

A Toyota Tundra SR5 underside

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