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New low beam bulbs. I’ll do the 9011/9012 thing another time. I’ve used these as fog light bulbs in my last Sequoia and my Tundra and was pleased with the performance for the price at about $15 for the pair.
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Weathertechs. A lot of people here aren’t thrilled with the fit. I had them in my Sequoia and thought they were great so I gave them another try. It’s true that they don’t fit as well in a 100. Way better than the stained up factory rugs though and I like how the interior is a bit darker now. I didn’t do a cargo mat as I see drawers in my future.
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Wheels and tires are finally on. 73-74lbs per corner, just barely heavier than the factory 18’s. Ride quality is drastically improved.
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New low beam bulbs. I’ll do the 9011/9012 thing another time. I’ve used these as fog light bulbs in my last Sequoia and my Tundra and was pleased with the performance for the price at about $15 for the pair.
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I just ordered those bulbs for my Sequoia, based I think, on your thread. While I was at it, I did my heater tees, again inspired by your (re)build threads. It turns out the old ones were perfect @109k mi. I think they must have been done with the timing belt change at 80k mi. The tip off should have been the clamps facing "up". Oh well. Now I have some spares for 100k from now (lol)?

Great thread. Thanks for sharing this info (because even though I have a tree, a 100 is in the future cards).
 
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Great build/journey thread, @GTV ! What wheel/tire set up is that, and do you mind sharing what you meant by improved ride quality?
All the info you've never wanted on my wheels and tires can be found here.
Going to a smaller 17" wheel and a taller tire made the sidewalls a lot thicker which absorbs bumps a lot better. I also chose a more conservative 6 ply/C load range tire to avoid the stiff nature of the more popular E load range tire.


Great thread. Thanks for sharing this info (because even though I have a tree, a 100 is in the future cards).
Careful, it's the fault of this forum that I sold my perfectly reasonable Sequoia!
 
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