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Old 12-10-2013, 10:41 AM   #61
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I know its not a Tacoma but I currently have 203,000 on my 2000 Celica. Truth be told though I've thought about getting rid of it for a 1st gen Tacoma 4x4 so Maybe I will be able to add a Tacoma in the to this list in the near future.
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Old 12-10-2013, 11:24 AM   #62
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Some of you guys make my 95 with 230K seem like a new truck. Its all original though, that's a start I suppose
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Old 12-10-2013, 12:46 PM   #63
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2001 4x4 Tacoma Limited xcab. I bought it a few weeks ago with 87,xxx, now has 88,xxx.

Before this, 1999 4x4 Tacoma xcab 4x4, 180,000 then frame rust did it in with very little warning, everything was maintained 100% plus!
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Old 12-10-2013, 12:49 PM   #64
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My buddies 2001 access cab has 360,000 on it and is still going. He just bought a 2014 tundra to replace it as DD
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Old 12-13-2013, 09:59 PM   #65
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2000 3.4 w/ 222k. And the best thing about it (besides being one of the last greatest trucks made)....No Monthly payment
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01 3.4 TRD 4x4 5-spd with 229,831.

OE clutch and tranny.

Needs a new clutch though (mostly from TOB noise) and input shaft bearing... and timing belt... and carrier bearing... and tires... and the locker rebuilt... and maybe a brake booster, but I actually like the stiffer brakes

But everything else is cherry
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01 2.7 4x4 300,576
Runs like a dream..the guy that had it before me took it to the dealer for everything..
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Old 12-18-2013, 11:25 AM   #68
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300,000+ on my 2003 sr5 2wd, crew-cab. Bought it with 5000 on the odo. Changed fluids (regularly) brake pads, couple of batteries and little else aside from standard maintenance. Original timing belt tho....I am way overdue for this btw. Love my taco
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Old 12-21-2013, 10:47 PM   #69
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Sooo close to half a million! 98 2.7 ext cab 4wd. Literally 98% original. Got its first clutch at 480k. Would trust this truck to drive across the country right now.

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I have a 3rz 213xxx on mine, needs to be rebuilt but, the person I bought it from dogged the hell out of it had sand in the air box and water in the oil. No regular maintenance done at all. Still runs burns no oil just no compression, show me another manufacture that would still run right. Toyota all the way!
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Old 12-22-2013, 01:17 AM   #71
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Sooo close to half a million! 98 2.7 ext cab 4wd. Literally 98% original. Got its first clutch at 480k. Would trust this truck to drive across the country right now.

Wow! Awesome job! I hope that my truck and I can make the same claim some day
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1998 Tacoma Ext Cab 4x4 2.7 liter, 421,000 miles. Rings, bearings, tie rods, springs, shocks, steering rack, carrier bearing and it's still runs great with plenty of power and uses about 1 quart between changes. I change my oil every 5000 miles and run Mobile Delo 5w-30.
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2002 4WD V6 manual, did the clutch last year, and other than that just some spark plug wires and Idle Speed Control as far as "major" work. Bought it with 39k miles seven years ago and today just rolled over 208k. Weeeeeeeeee
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01 with 231,000. New suspension, ome 880s, wheelers 5 leaf springs, rc shocks and bushings etc, o2 sensors front and rear, minor fluid seepage. Abused by prior owner. Despite all that, no oil burning and she is a blast to drive. Frame was replaced in fall of 2012, a year after the suspension work was done. She's for sale since I have another. Tough decision on which one to keep though.....149,000 on the 03.
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97 daily driver with 209k.... They will probably bury me in it.
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I just bought my 02 this past july, as far as I know the drivetrain is original, 198,000 miles and 1 rebuilt title (front end collision). I put metal in the frame, and a rad in it, its now got 210,000 miles and I flipped it on its roof twice... still runs like a top
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I have an 03 V6 prerunner with about 175,000 and nothing has been wrong with it! I'm kind of curious though as to if i should change my O2 sensors, they have never been changed. I'm not getting a CEL but would new ones make the truck run better?
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I have an 03 V6 prerunner with about 175,000 and nothing has been wrong with it! I'm kind of curious though as to if i should change my O2 sensors, they have never been changed. I'm not getting a CEL but would new ones make the truck run better?
I just hit 180k this week, changed out the AFR sensor last October, made no difference performance wise, but did put an end to the constant P1135 code.
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I just hit 180k this week, changed out the AFR sensor last October, made no difference performance wise, but did put an end to the constant P1135 code.
See I don't have any codes...so I guess I'll just wait until i get one? I try and take the best care of my truck i possibly can...
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Bought my 2001 prerunner xtracab for 6500 about 6 months ago from the original owner with 160k miles. I know these trucks and I knew I was buying it as just a baby!
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