I Finally Have A 100 Series!

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Well guys I finally bought a 100 series, took me about 1 1/2 months to find what I was looking for. It's a 99 with 183k miles White with tan interior rear locker and rear A/C. Purchased from second owner (original owner was father of the lady I bought it from) Well maintained. I drove from Hacienda Heights in SoCal to Folsom in NorCal to buy this and drove it back 400 miles without a problem. As it is now it has Bilstein shocks, 265/75r16 Pro Comp Mud tires, Flowmaster exhaust (makes it sound like a truck) & @ lot of potential.

First order of business is just baselining the truck: Engine oil, transmission service, transfer case service, f&r diff service, Timing belt package, & a good detail to make her shiny!

Here she is
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Sweet. I'd love rear AC in my 98
 
Congrats! Its been a while. :)


Still looking for mine...we decided to hold off on a newer lexus as we just could not justify driving an expensive truck thru the mud and have something happen. So were looking at a Armada for the family hauler and ill use the money from the xterra sale to buy a 99/2000 yr. If i break the yota...then it wont be a huge burden.

Well done sir! :beer:
 
Love my 99. I've got the grey interior, but its a great truck. 1 recommendation if you are gonna wheel it. Put the ARB locker up front. Its expensive, but you won't be worrying about the dreaded blown diff.
 

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