Edit: He decided to import it to Canada! Can't wait to see it again.
For sale is a 1999 green Toyota Land Cruiser located in Dubai, UAE. GCC spec. 345k km. Consistent...
Front axle is 6 spline and complete including locking hubs. Former owner says it was good. $150
Unknown history on the transfer cases:
One transfer case from a different unknown year FJ40 - looks complete $125
One empty transfer case - also year unknown...
ODOMETER: 202,700 miles
EXTERIOR/INTERIOR: Factory dark blue metallic (TLC#8B4) / Grey, blue pinstripe OEM
ENGINE: 4.2L 2F Inline-Six, 4-speed manual 4WD, 2-speed transfer case
Clean and straight with 202,700 miles on the factory 2F 4.2L inline-six engine...
I have a 94’ TLC. Ive noticed odd tire wear and a pull to the right for a while. I was looking at the truck and i noticed the rear axle has shifted about an inch to the passenger side. Any ideas on how to correct the issue? Anybody else encounter a similar issue?
Hey guys, first post here. Ive been lurking for awhile, looks like a great forum. I am now ready to buy my first cruiser. 100 series seems like it will fit the bill. I am a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu instructor and competitor, and will be using the cruiser to travel to tournaments and seminars, so...
I did search and basically I want to convert to the landcruiser grille and headlights.
I would be fine with a 99 TLC fascia but would entertain an 06 conversion if possible.
i have a clean rust free lx from he south and over the past 4 years I have done the work, maintenance and upgrades to...
I have a 2000 TLC. 165k miles. Bought it in October of 2016. When purchased had timing belt replaced as well as new radiator, water pump and thermostat installed.
It's the wife's car. I rarely drive it. She's not mechanically inclined and oblivious to dash gauges. She told me yesterday...
I had him check that the OD button wasn't pressed. One day it was fine, then it wasn't. Is this a known issue with the 2000? No wheeling. He recently bought the rig from the original owner and it was very well maintained and never wheeled.
Im a member of a jeep group on Facebook mainly to network with other off-road enthusiasts since Toyota people are scarce, let alone TLC people around here. They're doing a cruise along the Dragoon trail on the 25th. Nothing too crazy as it's mainly 2 lane roads and gravel along the river I...
After searching and reading threads about oem front suspension spacers, I couldn't find info regarding model year 2016 and if they have spacers installed from the factory. I'm installing 275 70 18 KO2s on my stock wheels (after an unsuccessful search of New England for RWs) and would like to...
NEED HER GONE - Take a Look at my Craigslist Post. Please, contact me with serious interest only at 818-355-5522.
1988 FJ 62 Toyota Land Cruiser - CLEAN with Chevy 6.0L V8
This rig is SERIOUSLY clean. I ABSOLUTELY love it to death, but need to get rid of it because I can't drive...
$82.26 including shipping in USA
Fits 91 - 97. This is the switch mechanism. It does not include the bezel. It operates each of the 4 windows and actuates the power door locks for all four doors plus tailgate (If you have a powered lock for your Landcruiser which most Cruisers do.
Factory Owners Manual for a 1991 Toyota Land Cruiser.
NOT THE Field Service Manual!!!
$25.76 including shipping within US.
It is in very good condition, no rips, no tears, no missing pages. I will also include the two additional Toyota Publications - "Owners Guide Supplement" and "1991 Owners...
Shipping available, All genuine Toyota Parts in Good Condition. Items sold to first person to make payment. Paypal accepted, or local pickup in Pasadena/Arcadia area.
Marker Lights 91-97
Side Marker Lights (rear quarter panel)
PS Pump $86.24 shipped.
From a 1994 Toyota Land Cruiser with 181,000 miles on it, no leaks, grinds etc.
PS Steering Box Driver side mount USA $175 + shipping, includes pitman arm Fits 91-97
PS Reservoir $20
Paypal OK. Parts are fresh
Manik Side Steps for FJ80/80-series For Sale
Reason for Sale: I replaced them with rock sliders
Condition: Fair - could use some TLC (pun intended). The bars are structurally sound. Needs a wipe down, maybe rust remover in some spots (How to Remove Rust from Metal), maybe a coat of spray paint...