I bought mine in August of '06 and drove it until April of '14. I kept it stock until the summer/fall of '08 running some of the back roads here. Then I went to the Summit in Ouray and Moab afterwards and was bitten by the off road bug again. I hadn't been to Moab in 4 years and I missed it a lot. I came back home and in I think August I started on the mods with a 3" suspension, bigger tires, front and rear bumpers, skids, sliders, dual battery, winch, and some lights and then the next year I added the swing away can holder in the rear, changed out the rear springs and went from WE 2.0 shocks to the 2.5 version. It was a great rig and no problems with only the normal maintenance on it until around 2012. I lost a couple of injectors, a sensor, and a primary catalytic converter/exhaust manifold. I got it fixed and it was good again for awhile. I had been put on short and then long term disability and after having worked tons of overtime for several years I was bored silly so I started exploring all around the area here and down into the corner where WY, CO, and UT meet. I put about 25,000 miles on that year just on the dirt roads and another 10,000 on the pavement. I started having a noise and thought it was the tires which were shot and so I put new ones on and then I started having a rub on the drivers side upper control arm. I ended up having the whole front end rebuilt and it was like new again. I don't know for sure what caused the problem with the injectors, but I'm pretty sure my front end problems were from all the dirt road driving I did that year. It was a great little vehicle and I always had people stopping to say hi and ask about it. They were also pretty popular around this area for awhile and at one time I counted 30 of them in the area which doesn't have all that many people. I'm in the biggest county and the total population is like 43K and most of those are in two towns that are 15 miles apart. Sadly I traded mine off on a new Tundra in April of '14. With my bad back it was getting hard to climb into it with the lift and I really couldn't do the stuff like Moab anymore which is what I built it for so it was stuck doing dirt roads. I've thought about buying another one when I pay the Tundra off and then keeping it closer to stock and having it as a second vehicle and fun truck. I would recommend them. Oh an when I traded it I had a little over 203,000 miles.