My GX is a 2004, bought with 135k ish in late 2017. It was a one owner dealer maintained, ATL car.
It's a 15 year old SUV. None of the maintenance is surprising.
The point is, a Toyota is just a car. Cars get old and need wrenches. Just the same as Rovers 🤷♂️
OP: Get the truck that makes you...
Radiator, battery, brakes, rear driveshaft, replacing crap rear air suspension, hood struts, coolant overflow reservoir, a myriad of coolant hoses, Seat position sensor, various interior trim pieces, wheel bearing, literally every lightbulb in the vehicle. I mean i could go on....
100% downgrade. My LR3 is the best truck I've ever owned. Way more capable than a T4R as well.
I own an LR3 and a GX470. The LR3 sees significantly less wrench time than the Lexus.
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Hey all, I'm looking at some Grabber X3's for my GX470. Wondering if any of you are running these and if you could share some photos.
I'm sitting on a Dobinsons 2" lift, and I'm leaning towards 265/70/17 as I don't want to do much chopping to make my tires fit.
I also dont want the tires to...
I'm installing a metaltech conversion, and a dobinsons front and rear kit with 2" medium front springs, and 1.75" medium rears this weekend.
I'll report back once we get it done and do some shakedowns.
I've got a 2008 LR3 and a 2004 GX470.
Both are very comfortable, and I'd imagine either would be great for a bad back. They are as reliable as 10+ year old SUVs can and should be.
That is to say, buy some wrenches...
It ain't that bad, usually.