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    Cabin Fever 2005 double cab Tundra "build"

    Do not diff drop, they only put the driveshaft at a funky angle and do almost nothing to the CV angle.
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    Trailscape's 06 Tundra

    I did not know a DC radiator was bigger and bolted right up!
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    Tex's 2019 GX460 build

    Much improved.
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    New Purchase

    A343F "4-sp Auto" (Effective Ratio=Gear X Diff gear) - 1st Gear 2.804 (12.06) - 2nd Gear 1.531 (6.58) - 3rd Gear 1.000 (4.3) - 4th Gear 0.753 (3.24) - Reverse 2.393 (10.29) Diff Ratio 4.3 A750F "5-sp Auto" (Effective Ratio) - 1st Gear 3.520 (14.43) - 2nd Gear 2.042 (8.372) - 3rd Gear 1.40...
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    04 Sequoia suspension (budget)

    LC 100 Series springs will swap directly in and give you about 2" of lift. Make sure you get non AHC springs. Check the classifieds on ih8mud.com for some cheap springs that someone pulled out of their LC. Use Bilstein 4600 shocks in the rear. Not 5100's, the ones marketed for Sequoia's are...
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    1998 Land cruiser with 240K mileage

    Look for rust on the chassis.
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    New Purchase

    No.
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    1998 Land cruiser with 240K mileage

    Buy it if you can afford to pay someone else to maintain ($$$$) it or if you can maintain it yourself ($$).
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    Next Gen Land Cruiser

    Ahh yes the mythical diesel Tundra! I do think it makes sense that Toyota would go this direction. Having the LC and the LX as direct competitors is silly. I’d love to see it as well but I’m not holding my breath.
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    Next Gen Land Cruiser

    Isn’t the whole idea behind this rumor that the LX would be the $80k+ luxury queen and the LC would go back to its roots as a more utilitarian, capable, dependable 4x4?
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    Next Gen Land Cruiser

    That’s hard for me to say right now as we’re currently debt free and working hard to pay off our house before we’re 50. A car payment isn’t currently a goal :) And honestly, I think the 70 is cool but it’s not exactly what would get me to pull the trigger. I dig the Suzuki Jimny so something...
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    Next Gen Land Cruiser

    You’re right but I never said anything about it being based on a 70 series (outside of assuming it would share the axles).
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    Next Gen Land Cruiser

    Did I say they weren’t Land Cruisers? I’m in the market for a 100 currently because IFS/solid rear is the best compromise for a comfortable road vehicle and a capable off roader. Fits my needs perfectly. However, if Toyota did produce a new LC that had the aforementioned traits I would have to...
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    Next Gen Land Cruiser

    Why straight axles? Are you seriously asking me that question on an off-road forum?? For one it would be to differentiate itself from the Taco/T4R/etc. It would be redundant if it had IFS like the others. Being that the LC is the ultimate off-road Toyota it makes perfect sense. People who give a...
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    Next Gen Land Cruiser

    Most of the lifted Jeeps around here (and there are plenty of them as well) probably never see dirt but people buy them. If Toyota came up with an attractive design attached to solid axles in the Wrangler price range (or even a little higher) they would do very well, IMO.
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    Next Gen Land Cruiser

    So do I... It’s a little different than other parts of the country where big full size trucks rule. Toyota’s and the off-road/overlanding scene is huge here. T4R’s, LC’s, Tacoma’s, etc tend to be more expensive here than in other parts of the country because the following is so strong. Toyota...
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    Next Gen Land Cruiser

    A “basic” 5 seater LC with straight axles would sell like hot cakes in the PNW. Other parts of the country maybe not so much.
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    FS: New OME 2910 Rear springs - Seattle area

    You may want to include what these springs fit.
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    Hello Toyota lover!

    No way. People never buy used cars 🙄
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