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I had it towed to the shop & they put in a new starter. :(

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Advance Auto Parts has a battery waiting on me. Thhe negative degree spell here put a world of hurt on my current battery. couldnt start it twice so far. gotta go get it installed before a 3rd happens.

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I'm replacing the 2005 BOV on the right with the 2018 BOV on the left

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My wife is nagging me pretty hard about buying her one of those. She is very fond of the Nautical Blue Metallic.

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My wife is nagging me pretty hard about buying her one of those. She is very fond of the Nautical Blue Metallic.


Compared to my old one they have made a lot of refinements but the overall layout is not markedly different. I sold my 2005 last Saturday for 53% more that what CarMax offered me.

Now I am getting ready to upgrade the new one with some of the gear I saved from the old one. For instance I had the RadFlo suspension refreshed at the factory and hope to install it in the 2018 4Runner this weekend.

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Added a flag. LOL. There used to be a model thread.
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After I sold off the 2005 4Runner I had to start clearing out spare parts and other things that don't work for the 2018 4Runner. Not only do I recover space in the garage but I have cash for other projects!

Sold off a complete 3rd member with an ARB air locker and damaged ring gear, turn signal arm and switch assembly, weight distributing hitch assembly, cig lighter/cubby assembly and swaybar bracket spacers. Almost $500 bucks back in my pocket

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After I sold off the 2005 4Runner I had to start clearing out spare parts and other things that don't work for the 2018 4Runner. Not only do I recover space in the garage but I have cash for other projects!

Sold off a complete 3rd member with an ARB air locker and damaged ring gear, turn signal arm and switch assembly, weight distributing hitch assembly, cig lighter/cubby assembly and swaybar bracket spacers. Almost $500 bucks back in my pocket
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Not really my BOV, but I just bought rock sliders and an onboard air compressor for my 2009 Wrangler trail toy. Eventually going to swap out the front axle for a Dana 44 and do ARB air lockers all around.


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Ordered a switch panel to fit the left side air vent panel. Expensive for FJs.. /whew

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Ordered a switch panel to fit the left side air vent panel. Expensive for FJs.. /whew


I went with aftermarket

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Ordered a switch panel to fit the left side air vent panel. Expensive for FJs.. /whew


I went with aftermarket


So did I. I went with the 6 switch panel from dirtyparts.com

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Added a Warn M8000 and RockHard winch plate to the Jeep last night. My brother's Jeep has been saved by his winch 3 times now so I decided it was worth it.


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I think my Yukon is ZS078
Im ordering new MT mud terrain tires
currently running 285/70/17 bfg at kos (original pattern)
also been thinking of modding the M416 trailer we got soon too


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I think my Yukon is ZS078
Im ordering new MT mud terrain tires
currently running 285/70/17 bfg at kos (original pattern)
also been thinking of modding the M416 trailer we got soon too


I upgraded mine from 265/70R17 to 295/70R17 Mastercraft Courser MXT, very happy. BTW, Mastercraft and Cooper are the exact same manufacturer, and Mastercraft are generally cheaper by about $20 from my experience. Wally World had them at $205 each. Got the local NTB to mount them for $28 each.

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Changed the battery and rotated my Firestone tires MT's. Then I ordered new rotors and pads.


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Roof top carrier box for the Jeep. I have to go pick it up in about an hour. The OEM crossbars to mount it on came via FedEx yesterday.

https://www.yakima.com/rocketbox-pro-14

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Been chasin' gremlins with my Cherokee... it sat for about 4 months while I was playing in the arctic. At over 180k miles and 18 years old, sitting is bad news.

Basically I replaced the alternator, serpentine belt, plugs, ignition coil, thermostat sensor, and all fluids.

Still have a rough idle under 2k RPM.
Still have a mysterious and random radiator leak.
Still have a leak in a rear drum brake.
Still can feel my power steering wanting to go.

But ole girl still runs...

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New rack showed up yesterday, now I just need two days of it not raining.. lol

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Added in new wires and outlets and the second battery
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