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who has the most miles on this beast?....mine has 64,000 is there anyone that has hit the 200,000 mile mark?
I have a 2010 sr5 5.7l and just hit 207000 miles. Water pump went out last week, other than that I’ve had no problems. Have oil changed regularly use synth high mileage oil and my local mechanic is ex Toyota and checks it each year. Love that truck!
 

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Wow, I congratulate you! I still have 7,000 miles to travel to get the same badge in theory. How did you use the car the most? Traveled? I like to go somewhere out of town every weekend, to the forest, to the lake ..
Thank you, but I purchased the truck in 2017 when it already had 270,000 undocumented miles on it. I can't take credit for those miles, but I can say the 30,000 that I have driven it have been great. I have made repairs & upgrades, and I brought all of the service related items up to speed. It's a daily driver that I plan to take on a few additional road trips soon.
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We have oversize load moving service out of Oklahoma. We have a 2014 tundra transmission was replaced 495000 miles it now has 588000 with water getting in the oil so we currently going thru the motor thinking either a Crack head or block but it was still running when drove it in the shop
 

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08 Limited TRD 4 WD 5.7.
I tow our 25’ Prowler Extreme Edition about 2,000 miles per year.
184,000 miles. Just replacing rear wheel bearings. Slight growl in right rear. $900 per axel. There is a Toyota Service Bulletin on 2007-2011 on rear wheel bearings.
Replace fluids in front/rear differential & transfer case every 50k.
Replace transmission fluid every 100k
Replaced iridium spark plugs at 100k: original plugs looked like new.
Replace engine oil & filter every 4k
Routine brake jobs, turn rotors when needed.
It’s been a very reliable truck.
 

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I just found this forum, and belong to several others for different bikes… it’s great to be able to share our ideas, and help each other with problems
I have two Tundra’s – my 2003 has 280,000 + change, and my 2015 only has 42,000
 

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I just found this forum, and belong to several others for different bikes… it’s great to be able to share our ideas, and help each other with problems (y)
I have two Tundra’s – my 2003 has 280,000 + change, and my 2015 only has 42,000
 

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Our 2010 SR5 DC just turned 200K miles recently (now approaching 202K). We've owned it about 6 years and it had 165K at that time.

We've done the following in terms of repairs:
  • Door lock motors (they weren't working when we bought it, but it's a $5 part)
  • Water pump (at about 175K)
  • Front brakes/rotors
  • A couple of ignition coils
  • Starter (at about 190K)
  • Antenna grommet (they completely disintegrate after about 10 years or so)
  • Transmission fluid drain and fill.
We've done a lot to this truck, but we've also done a lot with it. We've been removing bamboo from our yard, and we have a 3-ton camper we pull with it.

Considering the hard life we know it lived before we got it, it's been awesome and is among the best vehicles we've owned.

I'll not be without a Tundra, and it'll have a V-8.
 

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What was the "hard life"?
 

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LOL, I have been so fortunate, since I bought my 2010 CrewMax 4x4, I have not lived more than 8 miles from work. Use the wife's old 2000 Subaru for most errands and ride my KTM to work as much as I can. Most of the miles are to pick up something, or towing our travel trailer camping.

Just changed the oil today 65, 658 miles on a 2010 :) I think I will die before I wear out this truck.
 
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