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sohospeedshop

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Here is my 2007 FJ...284,xxx on her and she is still going strong...2-3 Old Man Emu Lift, Smittybuilt M1 Front bumper, Badlands winch, Stock Steelies powercoated black, ARB skid plates, Pure rock sliders, BFG KO2s, custom sleeping platform, Yakima rack and box, LED dome lights, Midlands 100 CB, Fire Stick antenna, custom tablet mount, tubular upper control arms, IMG_4261.jpget al...
 

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haddix

Adventurer
Picked up a 1st gen for $450! 1987 22re auto 260k miles
Had a set of 255/85 km2 and steelies laying around so I threw them on there, little spray paint and here’s where she is now.
 

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TBLOverland

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So I had a 2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Off-road....after a year of owning it I started to dislike it way more than like it. Between the awkward seating position (yes I knew that in advance, but it started hurting my back), the way the transmission/engine acted (lack of power and never seemed to be comfortable in the gear it was in), and simply a good deal came up. I only put 3,000 miles on it..I know that's nothing, but when you have a work vehicle you can drive anywhere in the county you live in on/off duty you take advantage of free gas.

So the deal that came up was a co-workers wife is a GM of a Toyota dealer and gave me an offer on a 4runner trail I couldn't pass on. They gave me well over what I expected on a trade and ultimately made $12 on the deal. So say hello to my new 4runner. Despite having better tires and a lift I am impressed with the way the 4runner handles, the power, and overall comfort of the interior (they put all leather seating in it as well as heated seats..so that is always a plus as well).
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