Do you have a link or part numbers for the rubber bushings you are talking about? Other than the front and rear control arms, sway links and panhard bar.
Everything you listed scares the crap out of me to take on! But do you have part numbers for these? Especially the hoses.
There are many of you that already know this, but while I am very mechanically inclined (hell I did aircraft maintenance for over 15 years in the Air Force), auto mechanicing scares me to death! Especially since my truck is my daily driver. I really like the comments that basically say if it isn't broke, don't fix it as some of these items might seems a little bit overkill. But again, that might be because it's intimidating to me to take some of this stuff on. Hell...I yanked out my AHC and replaced it with a Tough Dog suspension from @TRAIL TAILOR and I had to spend one whole day figuring out the damn torsion bars! That's with all the resources from this board, Google, You Tube, and my poor friends I kept texting and talking to on the phone during the whole process! @CreasyBear @LonghornLX @atnolan94 @mattafact @DirtDawg sure did have a good time giving me crap during the whole time they were offering support and help! So I can only imagine what a 90K service will do to me! Anything that has to do with the engine and transmission just really scares me...It not like I won't do it, but it is scary to think about doing anything with the timing!
I appreciate all of your comments, keep them coming! Maybe this can help others with a 2006 since there is a lot of info for pre 06's out there on all of this stuff!
I could dig them up, but they might not apply since you've got a VVTI. Do yourself a favor and spend some time on ToyoDIY after you make a profile. Great parts site for finding part numbers by using the legit Toyota parts diagrams.
I have no idea what the difference is between the VVTi engine and the previous years. Does anyone know if the 2004 FSM will work for doing a 90K service on a 2006 engine?
I would invest in an FSM for your exact model. Reprints are on ebay for under a couple hundred or you can go full "legit" OEM books for a few hundred more. They'll pay for themselves in one job. I'm a forum addict and very seasoned DIY home mechanic (full engine builds to body and paint to audio to home-made engine wire harnesses, etc...), but I still look up any job more involved than an oil change in that manual before I start wrenching. It's the only way to ensure you're doing things "right", or not forgetting steps here and there, IMO.
I’m also replacing the 250k alternator along with the TB stuff
Mine went bad, unexpectedly around 250k. It's probably a great idea to do it as a preventative measure around that time if yours hasn't already gone bad. My failure was incredibly inconvenient and left me semi-stranded out of state. It cost me hundreds more than it would have had I done it at home, cost me a day of vacation, removed the possibility for me to do an upgrade, etc...