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Old 11-08-2019, 02:20 PM #1
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Rolling Past 200K on 5th Gen

Truck was purchased new In September 2014. Wife rolled past 200K on trip from Fullerton, CA to our ranch in Stevensville, MT:
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Nice. Any major issues or just routine maintenance and replacement items like oil changes, and new brakes and tires?

And, pics of Montana please or it didn’t happen LOL.
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Job well done! This is why I bought my 4Runner: I can rack up miles and it will still stay true to form. @Rapid_Amble beat me to it though: would like to know the (non-routine) maintenance done on your Runner. I'm not on the same pace as you @CutthroatSlam but I'm averaging about 36K/year and will probably hit the 100K-mile threshold in Spring 2020. Keep it going!
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WOW! 40k a year! impressive

Any mentionable repairs outside of maintenance?
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Nice. Any major issues or just routine maintenance and replacement items like oil changes, and new brakes and tires?

And, pics of Montana please or it didn’t happen LOL.
Just routine maintenance: Fluids, brakes, rotors, shocks, tires, spark plugs. I do all the service myself and I'm controversial in that I use Mobil Delvac 75w90 Syntthetic in the differentials and transfer case, and Valvoline Synthetic ATF in the trans. Oil changes every 10K. Differentials and transfer case 75K. First ATF flush at 150K, but I'll do at 75K from hereon.

You asked for Montana pics. Don't hate, life's been good to me. Wife is retired and I have 6.5 more years to get lifetime medical (I work at the SF Federal Reserve, but in LA Branch). Running joke is my wife comes home to get her oil changed and her spindle shafts lubed.
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Just routine maintenance: Fluids, brakes, rotors, shocks, tires, spark plugs. I do all the service myself and I'm controversial in that I use Mobil Delvac 75w90 Syntthetic in the differentials and transfer case, and Valvoline Synthetic ATF in the trans. Oil changes every 10K. Differentials and transfer case 75K. First ATF flush at 150K, but I'll do at 75K from hereon.

You asked for Montana pics. Don't hate, life's been good to me. Wife is retired and I have 6.5 more years to get lifetime medical (I work at the SF Federal Reserve, but in LA Branch). Running joke is my wife comes home to get her oil changed and her spindle shafts lubed.
Awesome pics! Ive had great experiences with valvoline ATF in the past. It’s good to know about the transfer case too. I’m at about 10% of that mileage so haven’t done t-case or transmission fluid changes yet but have been researching what to put in there if not OEM. Thank you.
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Just routine maintenance: Fluids, brakes, rotors, shocks, tires, spark plugs. I do all the service myself and I'm controversial in that I use Mobil Delvac 75w90 Syntthetic in the differentials and transfer case, and Valvoline Synthetic ATF in the trans. Oil changes every 10K. Differentials and transfer case 75K. First ATF flush at 150K, but I'll do at 75K from hereon.

You asked for Montana pics. Don't hate, life's been good to me. Wife is retired and I have 6.5 more years to get lifetime medical (I work at the SF Federal Reserve, but in LA Branch). Running joke is my wife comes home to get her oil changed and her spindle shafts lubed.
-changed my ATF at 75K and wished i would have done it sooner
-just drained rear differential at 75k w/ redline 75w85

Redline just approved their REDLINE MT-LV for transfer case compatibility.
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good lord that library!!!!

It's been a couple seasons, but I have an exchange program with some friends in Montana. I go there and fish for steelhead, they visit me and fish for atlantic salmon. It was enough of a tradition for me to leave a full set of gear out there. Absolutely gorgeous country. Congrats on a beautiful slice of heaven!

200k is a great milestone. my research for "reliable 4x4" brought me to the 4runner community. And I'm loving the reliability of my 4r.

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good lord that library!!!!

It's been a couple seasons, but I have an exchange program with some friends in Montana. I go there and fish for steelhead, they visit me and fish for atlantic salmon. It was enough of a tradition for me to leave a full set of gear out there. Absolutely gorgeous country. Congrats on a beautiful slice of heaven!

200k is a great milestone. my research for "reliable 4x4" brought me to the 4runner community. And I'm loving the reliability of my 4r.

Cheers from salmon country
OK Atlantic Salmon is on my bucket list. Let's make a deal! You can trade books in my wife's library after fishing all day. She has been slowly moving my tools from her library out into the garage as I've worked on storage there.

We had been looking up there for 9 years to find the right place. When we looked at this one, it was pretty close. Custom home,a bit dated, but low use. I factored all that in to our offer. Home had been on the market 2 years, so he rode it down and my offer price was less than half his original asking price. But cash is king.

Have you done Bull Trout in BC?

I want to fish Iceland for the giant brown trout in Lake Thingvallavatn. They also have Atlantic Salmon, but different season from the Browns.

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OK Atlantic Salmon is on my bucket list. Let's make a deal! You can trade books in my wife's library after fishing all day. She has been slowly moving my tools from her library out into the garage as I've worked on storage there.

We had been looking up there for 9 years to find the right place. When we looked at this one, it was pretty close. Custom home,a bit dated, but low use. I factored all that in to our offer. Home had been on the market 2 years, so he rode it down and my offer price was less than half his original asking price. But cash is king.

Have you done Bull Trout in BC?

I want to fish Iceland for the giant brown trout in Lake Thingvallavatn. They also have Atlantic Salmon, but different season from the Browns.

It's not my day job, but I have a guide's license for atlantic salmon here on the Miramichi river. Non-residents require a guide, so I keep it around to help friends check that box on their bucket list
My favorite fishing is september, but there's more fish in the system in July.
If you get the itch, shoot me a message. I do Gaspe and Restigouche fishing in Quebec too. The resti fish will scare the hell out of you!

I have a friend in Trail BC that talks up the bull fishing. He's got an FJ, so obviously he's reliable right?

If you can take the trip to Iceland, I highly recommend it. I fished West Rangá years ago. Strange enough, the hotdogs there are outstanding.


That sure is a sweet home. Your patience paid off with dividends.
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any tips on how to get some of those "not QE4" money. haha

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It's not my day job, but I have a guide's license for atlantic salmon here on the Miramichi river. Non-residents require a guide, so I keep it around to help friends check that box on their bucket list
My favorite fishing is september, but there's more fish in the system in July.
If you get the itch, shoot me a message. I do Gaspe and Restigouche fishing in Quebec too. The resti fish will scare the hell out of you!

I have a friend in Trail BC that talks up the bull fishing. He's got an FJ, so obviously he's reliable right?

If you can take the trip to Iceland, I highly recommend it. I fished West Rangá years ago. Strange enough, the hotdogs there are outstanding.


That sure is a sweet home. Your patience paid off with dividends.
Favorite fishing September.......because the crowds have gone home?

We fished bull tout on the Wigwam River out of Fernie BC. It was spectacular. Our guide wants us back during October to fish the upper Kootenay above Crankbrook. That's when the big bull trout are feasting on the spawning kokanee. They regularly get fish to over 20 lbs, his biggest went 36 lbs and he's lost one that he's certain was over 40 lbs. Fly gear, big streamers.

Definitely planning on Iceland. Need to get some clean up surgery done on my foot so it's ready for such a trip. In the meantime I'm banging on fish around the Missoula area.
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Incredible home pal. We live in Redlands, so we are close when you are in So Cal. Great to see the high mileage.
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Outstanding and beautiful Montana home you have there OP. A perfect example of hard work pays off . Congrats to you and your family.
And good job with the 4R.😀
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