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    I love Toyotas, mine have been good to me,...

    I love Toyotas, mine have been good to me, especially my Tundra (knock on wood). That being said, if I were in your situation, I would keep the Jeep, especially while trying to get through college. ...
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    That Taco sure makes me want a new 4Runner...

    That Taco sure makes me want a new 4Runner...
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    I've been hunting in Wyoming. Of course, a lot...

    I've been hunting in Wyoming. Of course, a lot of this depends on whether I draw an elk tag this year. I'm also putting in for Big Horn Sheep around Pinedale.
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    There will eventually be a cabin there. It's at...

    There will eventually be a cabin there. It's at least two years from happening, though. Camper trailers work great for the more temperate months, but if they get snowed in over the winter, they'll...
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    Yea, I'm looking to avoid doing the trailer...

    Yea, I'm looking to avoid doing the trailer thing, for now. I'm probably going to try the job site box idea, but just leave the stove, stovepipes, and some other items in it. I'll probably take the...
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    Camp In A Box

    So, elk season is for all intents and purposes done this year. I have been looking for a cheap, used camper for this summer and for hunting season next fall. But, I already have a canvas wall tent...
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    Poll: I say get the V8. That 4.7 is a good engine. ...

    I say get the V8. That 4.7 is a good engine. The one in my Tundra has been very trouble-free (knocking on wood). The V8 4Runners are definitely cooler. I remember some car rag tested a V8 4Runner...
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    Well, maybe they will correct that with the...

    Well, maybe they will correct that with the re-design? Aren't the 2016s supposed to be all-new?
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    Is the front differential a well-known weakness...

    Is the front differential a well-known weakness of the current generation Tundras? I thought Toyota over-built the pumpkins and suspension on these, at least, in comparison to other half-tons...
  10. 253689 Here's mine again in the mountains. I...

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    Here's mine again in the mountains. I really want to get something with more tow capability. But, I can't seem to part with this rig just yet...
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    Wow, you've got some mad fabrication skills! ...

    Wow, you've got some mad fabrication skills! Would it be ok if I asked you what your final cost estimate is?
  12. Maxpedition Monsoon (Tan Colored) For Sale - Brand New in Wrapper

    I have a brand new Maxpedition Monsoon Gearslinger Backpack for sale. It is still in the bag / wrapper, and has never been used. I am asking US$100.00, negotiable. The location is North Central...
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    I think you might be on to something with the u...

    I think you might be on to something with the u joint. Maybe that or the carrier bearing? I'm going to have to check those. I've never replaced any u joints or bearings on this rig. It's over...
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    Apparently your annoyance tolerance is far higher...

    Apparently your annoyance tolerance is far higher than mine. Having to listen to those and look over and around them every time I wanted to drive somewhere would drive me insane.
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    Well, the squeaking seems to have gone away on...

    Well, the squeaking seems to have gone away on its own. I never did figure out what it was. Thanks for all of the suggestions. I guess the only reasonable thing to do at this point is buy a new 2014...
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    Would the brakes squeak even when not being...

    Would the brakes squeak even when not being applied? Based on the noise, I think it could be the brakes, or a bearing of some kind... It is intermittent, but it sounds like a rubbing of some kind,...
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    One of your original questions was if you would...

    One of your original questions was if you would get better mpg with them. If you are running the factory 245/75R16s, there is no way you will get better mileage with 235/85R16s. Although they will...
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    Squeaky '03 Tundra, Any Ideas

    I took my 2003 Tundra into the Black Hills exploring last weekend, nothing hardcore, but lots of dirt roads with a little mud. Shortly after I've noticed, off and on, a squeaking or rubbing sound...
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    My labor costs came to about $500.00. But, it's...

    My labor costs came to about $500.00. But, it's done, and everything under the front cover is new. I'll probably never sell this rig at this point. Depreciation has eaten it to the point it's worth...
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    Thanks for all of the replies. I would have liked...

    Thanks for all of the replies. I would have liked to have done this myself, but I bit the bullet and had the shop do it. It was a big chunk of cash, but the bright side is it won't have to be done...
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    Yeah, I've been looking into it. I think I could...

    Yeah, I've been looking into it. I think I could probably handle it if I had a decent garage to work on it. But, I'm in an apartment right now and I'm about to relocate to another state and another...
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    2003 Tundra Timing Belt Replacement

    I was quoted $900.00 to do the timing belt and everything else under the front cover for my 2003 Tundra. Does this sound reasonable? I'm at 109000 for mileage and want to get it done. The shop is...
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    I bought a Marlin 1894C about six years ago and...

    I bought a Marlin 1894C about six years ago and love it. The only problems I've had with it are the fact it won't feed .38 Special wadcutters (don't even try unless you have a flat-head screwdriver...
  24. Thread: The AR-15

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    Here's the one that gets used and gets dirty. ...

    Here's the one that gets used and gets dirty. It's pretty simple really, just some iron sights and a light. A couple of spare batteries fit inside the pistol grip.

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    So, if I understand this correctly, I could run...

    So, if I understand this correctly, I could run this same tank in the bed of my truck, and still use it for a shower or spray hose, with less than a 20% loss in pressure in a real world application?...
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