Pic or it didn’t happen...New to the tundra group, recently purchased a 2006 Tundra, 4x4, access cab with front bench seat, black leather interior at 255000 miles. It has the LSD but no TRD stickers. I just did the timing belt, water pump, tensioner, bearings, fan bracket, hoses, serpentine belt and denso radiator (255050 miles). PO said he done it 40k/4years ago but I noticed dried anti freeze near the thermostat housing so decided that I may as well get it done. Glad I did, found a lot of dried anti freeze in the timing belt area. I have to admit I have a 99 LC and have done the timing belt twice on that but the Tundra was a hell of a lot easier due to more room in the engine compartment. Also did front diff fluid and synthetic oil change . Looking forward to eventually building it (slowly).
Those SuspensionMaxx extended links are excellent and worth every penny. After my lift went on, I was getting terrible clunking from the end links. These fixed it, and it rides and handles great. No longer feels like the front end is coming apart.Still going through some maintenance stuff. Installed extended sway bar links and did cv boot mod, inner boot was very loose with factory clamp and slinging grease. Repacked and installed new hose clamp. Got my rear air springs dialed in with a 2" extension bracket. Sorry no pics of that right now.
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Yes, I'm loving them. Really enjoying the move from the 80 to the Sequoia. I get more enjoyment adding fun rather than fixing frail parts...Those SuspensionMaxx extended links are excellent and worth every penny. After my lift went on, I was getting terrible clunking from the end links. These fixed it, and it rides and handles great. No longer feels like the front end is coming apart.
I don't know why I was so surprised but damn, the underbelly is so exposed on these rigs. Getting the transmission plate is next on the list.very nice! i just order the trans and fuel tank skids. i can't see wheeling this thing until all of that plastic on the big exposed tank is covered/protected! that kind of trail damage would be devastating.