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  1. ECBP C920 worth $90 buy? I had a couple of bottles of the A release and really liked it but it was about $20 cheaper
  2. I’m a big fan of Young Bucks brisket rub; gives a great bark. I haven’t tried their pork seasoning though
  3. Yeah it is; best dog I’ve ever had and shot hundreds of birds over her. Feel free to send me a message and we can talk. Another member on here has a male from the same litter and breeder.
  4. Wildpeaks are same price as everything else these days. Used to be significantly cheaper, but no more. Just checked and you’re right; I want to say it was close to $200-$250 cheaper to go with wildpeaks over bfg’s a year ago
  5. I run the p-rates wild peaks on my 4Runner. I went with the load range c instead of E due solely to the weight of the tire. They’ve done great so far and we’re significantly cheaper than KO2s. I ran the old terrace grapplers on my tundra (10 years ago) and strongly disliked them; barely got 40k miles
  6. Not for a $75k starting price I wouldn’t!
  7. I like them and they hold their value extremely well. They have three windshield wipers on the front and that just really bothers me for some reason. sorry about your 3rd gen @blacklab but glad it kept you safe
  8. My pops just picked up a 1997 T100 5 speed 4x4. I’ve never had any dealings with t100 so is there anything specifically to look out for or issues? I’ll see if I can find a picture
  9. My pops just picked up a 1997 T100 5 speed 4x4. I’ve never had any dealings with t100 so is there anything specifically to look out for or issues? I’ll see if I can find a picture
  10. I agree; I’ve been eyeing those 80 series for a while and think they are some of the best looking LCs ever made. Looks like their values are going through the roof; wish I would have pulled the trigger a couple years ago
  11. These old 4Runners are hard to beat for a deer lease/outdoor vehicle and so much more practical and cheaper than a side by side at least for my uses. Loaded the dog, ice chest, clothing, deer corn and two rifles into the back of the runner. Drove 150 miles and then drove all over the ranch corning roads; cutting wood etc. It’s just hard to find one vehicle that is this reliable, capable off road and street legal! 218k miles and running strong Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. I don’t want to mess up this thread but giving it a quick look I bet that 99 will be going for 11-13k on BAT. Super low miles; clean interior etc. The only things I would look at on that one would be rust from an Ohio truck. The underbody had been painted which makes leery. As black lab said; I did brakes, timing belt; fluid change etc when I bought mine. Expensive items on 3rd gens are rack and pinion; timing belt. Brakes I would recommend doing the tundra brake upgrade as 3rd gen rotors are undersized and prone to warping I apologize for the long reply
  13. I’ve got a 2002 and I’m pretty familiar with them; great vehicles! Big things that you need to look for are replaced ball joints; replaced radiator (look up pink milkshake). Manual transmissions are preferred and 1999 had a dealer option for a rear locker which is also highly desirable. Spend 20 minutes reading the link below and it will save you a lot of trouble: https://www.toyota-4runner.org/3rd-gen-t4rs/82033-3rd-gen-4runner-buyers-guide.html
  14. Some great rigs in here guys; I love these trucks! The overland LX will be put to use no doubt by the 16yo I included one more photo below as my dog loves the roll down back window and is always riding with me
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