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I have 77,000 on my 2010 Tundra. Ive always pulled an aluminum 2 place snowmobile trailer for my 4 wheelers. The trailer weighted 400 lbs. empty. I just bought a 7X16 enclosed trailer new to my specifications, it weights 2,500 lbs. empty. 5,000 miles ago I completely flushed the transmission and replaced the filter and pan gasket before I started pulling this new trailer.
 

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I have 40 thousand on my Tundra now and I am wondering as the miles accumulate are your trucks still dependable? What is the hightest mileage 2007 to present Tundra out there and has it been a good truck after 100,000 miles?
I have a 2007 Tundra with 180,000 miles and other than water pump, just routine maintenance.
 

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34000 on my 2014 daily driver
 

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My 2010 Tundra had 188,000 when I traded up to 4x4 in 2019 with a 2019 SR5 with the SX package in white. The 2019 only has 7400 miles on it but I expect at least 185,000 trouble free miles like I had with my old 2WD Tundra. Really loved that truck and took it way more places off-road than a 2wd should be. The 4wd has been more fun since day one.
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I have a 2007 Tundra with 180,000 miles and other than water pump, just routine maintenance.
I also had to replace the water pump on mine at 94,000 miles. The parts guy at Willsonville, OR, Toyota dealership told me it was the one thing I should expect to replace again in 80-100k.
 

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Not so here.

46k miles - Full set of tires, rear shocks failed and were leaking all over, and the front brakes were cooked.

Wife's 2015 Camry : 34k miles - front brakes were cooked.

Both times the dealer tried to say it was our fault for everything. Yeah, how about no. I've had over 50 cars in my life, I know how much I should be getting out of wearable parts and 46k, much less 34k, isn't acceptable. After asking me if we ride the brakes (nope), all I could get out of them was "That's highly unusual, that's highly unusual, it's a great product, that's highly unusual" on a repetitive loop. Even received no help from Toyota Corporate after contacting them about the issues.

Not impressed with Toyota customer service and my truck won't be making a return trip to the dealer for repairs or service, as I found out I needed all of those repairs only ONE WEEK after having the truck in to the dealer for the 45k mile service at which time they said the brakes, tires, and everything else were in "good condition".
Wow!

That is highly unusual though. My daughters Camry has 147,000 on it and they just told her she need to schedule brakes soon. Lots of highway miles.My 2010 Tundra only needed new brake pads at 108,000 and that was because I towed so much. Hope your luck improves, sorry to hear about the issues.
 

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Been a long while since I posted.

2007 w/ 48K miles.

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I have 40 thousand on my Tundra now and I am wondering as the miles accumulate are your trucks still dependable? What is the hightest mileage 2007 to present Tundra out there and has it been a good truck after 100,000 miles?
I have a 2006 Tundra double cab Limited with 310,000 miles on the original 4.7L engine and transmission. The truck runs strong and quiet. All regular maintenance has been completed on time. Amazing truck!
 

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2016 dc 4.6. 42000 miles
Been very dependable with only problems with front brakes, warped rotors at 10,000 resurfaced and good and now the pulsation is back ...Thinking of upgrading the Rotors and pads to eliminate this problem.
No towing just my daily driver
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I had a very similar issue with my 2000, took it to the dealer and complained, they replaced practically all of the front braking system. No charge. No recall was published that i was aware of, so this might be a silent recall.
 

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I have 40 thousand on my Tundra now and I am wondering as the miles accumulate are your trucks still dependable? What is the hightest mileage 2007 to present Tundra out there and has it been a good truck after 100,000 miles?
I'm low with you. My '07 has just under 72k on it now. The dealer who replaced my battery last week said it might be good to go early on the timing belt. Age can have an effect, so I'm going to do that soon. Otherwise, both sets of headlights, one set of brake pads F&R, one set of tires, and a warrantied smog pump/valve ($1,600 worth!) are all I've put in it in twelve years. I love this truck. Shortbed standard cab SR-5.
 

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My '10 DCLB has 225k+ miles on it, Starter replacement @ 169k, one front wheel bearing, no leaks, no oil consumption. And it will still run past everything, except for a gas station. Love My Tundra:)
 

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233,000 on my '07 Crewmax SR5 - still running well, largest repairs to date include replacing the starter (around 200k) and those o2 injection pumps - otherwise rock solid... we frequently tow so transmission fluid is changed about every 18 months and I only run Mobil1 0W-20 changing every 5k (yes, I know Amsoil... send the oil off to be tested, blah, blah blah - this is working for me).

Good luck and Good Tundra!

Ricko
 
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