2000 Toyota Tundra Limited 4dr Extended Cab 4WD SB
I bought mine with 50k on it. Now it's 90k. Had to replace shaking brakes at 60k. Otherwise no problems, it runs like new. It rides very comfortable and quiet at any speeds. I used to average 19 MPG, up to 22 MPG on highway at 80-90 mph. But now I put 1 size bigger tires and I'm down to 17 MPG, 19.5 MPG highway. I have tonneau cover too. This truck rides effortlessly anywhere you take it.
Better springs in the door, so it doesn't close on you every time you reach inside the truck while standing outside. Better water channeling off the windshield, so it doesn't run on drivers side window.
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