305? 350? auto or manual?i rebuilt the headlights a few years ago and added metal ball bearings to the opening mechanism because they were originally built with plastic that disintegrated over time. she has her hick ups every once in a while but nothing i can't fix. it pays to be a gear head also
normally, i'd disagree with anything Toyota, but you make a really good point...that FJ would indeed make a really good Tb...incidentally, Tb was my very first TFI was really hoping that Toyota would have given Hasbro the okay to make an Alternators Trailbreaker. That FJ Cruiser is perfect for a modern Trailbreaker.
Thanks. It's been a good truck. No complaints.I love your Ranger, Firefly, as I used to drive one just like it. I traded it in back in summer 2008 for a Nissan Titan.
The reason? They were selling Titans for the same price as Frontiers due to the crazy gas prices.
Basically scored a 26,000 dollar truck for just over 15K.
Yeah, I couldn't walk away from it.
It's fire engine red, and a true joy to drive.
Talk about some white knuckle riding. Take it easy and hope you (eventually) get to enjoy the trip!There's my Vulva down in this picture. This was a stop before leaving Utah today and I got sandblasted for at least 80 miles. Not stoked.
A better view of heading into the Rockies:
This was I80 on the way to Salt Lake City today. I'm still tense. That's all sand.