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1993 Toyota Land Cruiser Consumer Discussions

1993 Toyota Land Cruiser
I have a 1997 Toyota Land Cruiser and I personally wouldn't consider any other SUV out there except a Land Cruiser or Lexus LX470. Now that my wife has mentioned that she really like the Toyota Rav4, ...

My 1964 Toyota Land Cruiser had to have 3 valve jobs and 3 new timing gears in 50k miles. I wish I still had it. It was the small window version. They are worth about 10 times what I paid new in 1964....

The 91 and 92 Land cruiser I-6 engine was anemic. Relief came in 1993 with the 4-valve per cylinder I-6 with substantially more power. This engine was essentially unchanged throughout 93 to 97 event...

I had a 1993 Land Cruiser that made that clunk sound too and I would just grease the drive shaft and other parts of the LC and the noise would go away....

I have a 2002 SR5 Seq 4x4 and have not modified it yet(still under warranty)but its 4WD system is awesome offroad and in foul weather. It beats my former 1993 Land Cruiser....

I had a 1993 Toyota Land Cruiser and was an awesome vehicle until it was stolen. Make sure that the LC does not have the GrandTek tires on them. Those tires are okay on the road but do poorly offroad ...

a new VW bug in 1967 because my 1964 Toyota Land Cruiser was a gas guzzling piece of junk. I traded that for a new Datsun PU truck in 1970. Then bought my wife a new 1973 Subaru coupe. I did not give...
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