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    2000 stock Land Cruiser build total gross weight considerations

    Thanks for the leads. One big problem I have is it costs a lot of money to do anything in AK compared to the lower 48. I am wondering if I am better off just having the main build with the big ticket items done by Slee, Overland or other recommended member who does these builds. I had to go to...
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    2000 stock Land Cruiser build total gross weight considerations

    Looks like the Slee website calls out the system as Outback. My mistake. I like the looks of that system only the longer version. I plan on canning the 2nd & 3rd row seats & that would leave enough room on the 1 side for a campteq pop top to work if I went that route. I don't see anyway around a...
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    2000 stock Land Cruiser build total gross weight considerations

    I came across the Congo trip awhile back on the Portal. It's the only blog story that I have come across that I couldn't stop reading once I started. It was about 2 or 3 in the morning when I finished. On a work night. Reminds me of that fine line between balls & common sense when I was in my...
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    Post your high-mileage 100-series!!!

    Just want to clarify that my vin number was in fact in the range with tranny problems. I wish I could call out the website but I did not book mark it when I found it. The link & info is on this forum someplace.
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    Post your high-mileage 100-series!!!

    2000 with 118,000. Creampuff just purchased. Thought I'd add my 2 bits due to the tranny discussion on the thread. Mine had a new tranny put in at 63K. The owner lost the receipt but did not have to disclose this. I joined Toyota nation & pulled up the history and sure enough it was there. But...
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    2000 stock Land Cruiser build total gross weight considerations

    Thanks everyone for the input. Hedgepig, that's the information I was looking for on the weight which as I understand it is not a problem so long as I keep track of everything. I really want to stick with OEM as much as possible other than the obvious stuff. What I see here is at some juncture...
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    2000 stock Land Cruiser build total gross weight considerations

    I just purchased I stock land cruiser from the original owner with 118,000 miles. I want to build it into a global travel vehicle during the next 3 years. I have a vision in mind. Since I understand these vehicles are prone to overloading I need to figure out what OME HD suspension, lift and...
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