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FS: 2010 Toyota Tundra Crew Cab 2WD 4.6 90K Nice

Mr2mch

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This Tundra belongs to PhilHill...a good friend of mine here in Speegleville. Several of yall kno him....he's a regular on our local rides. He's not a member of this forum...or any forum for that matter. Not a net guy.....so Im listing the truck for him.

2010 Tundra mid grade full crew cab with some nice features & lo miles. He bought the truck recently to replace an 03 Chevy he's owned for years....but he really likes his Chevy (with a recent $6k engine o/h)
A good friend of his owned the Toyota for the last 4-5 years. It has had Mobil 1 oil changed every 5k since 2014.
90K+ on it rite now....still being driven a bit. Low miles for this 2010 for sure

NO INTEREST HERE.... Truck is on craigslist now

The white paint shines...with no dings I could see...only a small scratch rear left bed. No hail damage. The underhood engine hasnt been detailed...just an honest everyday appearance. Bed liner rolled on could use some touch up on scratches. There is a Roll Top bed cover that works great. All glass has been tinted & looks fine. Rear cab has power up/down glass.

The dk grey cloth interior is in great shape too....front buckets & a split folding/ sliding rear seat. Console has a huge storage area with sliding armrest. Dual zone HVAC. A Pioneer entertainment system includes DVD nav BT Apple Carplay Android HD radio Siri & a rear camera....sounds great...kitchen sink
The usual cruise.. tilt.. power windows + fog lights.

Towing capacity on the 4.6 is only 500lbs less than the 5.7 ..fuel mpg sez 15city & 20hwy...not bad for this size truck.

The prev owner installed a 2" lift kit with oversize alloy wheels & tires....which are in good cond. Looks like a 4WD...but is 2WD




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This will make someone a great truck. The 4.6l is the engine that the two 1,000,000 mile tundras had.

I'm on my second 5.7 Tundra only due to totaling the first. I've only changed brake pads and tires on my current one.
 

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I'm a Tundra fan as well. I haven't driven anything else since 2008 and my daughter drives one now as well. We've put about 350K+ miles on our Tundras and they just keep running. I like that they are built in San Antonio as well. Unlike most other trucks, 90,000 is just getting warmed up for a Tundra.
 
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I bought a used 05' double cab and have done nothing but maintenance on it. Its got 175k at moment. Last year we bought a 2010 Sequoia for the wife which has been equally as trouble free with 135k now. As a life-long Honda guy, I must say that I'm quickly becoming a Toyota convert.

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Phil really wanted ta keep the Tundra to replace his Silverado.... But....the 2" lift & oversize tires raise the truck enuff to make it a bit of a reach for a 5'9" older person to get in & out of daily.
Thats mostly why he's selling it.
...well....the recent $6k engine rebuild on the 275k+ Chevy might have sumthin ta do with his decision too.

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Even the 1.6 in the 85-89 MR2...(& other models) was a Yamaha collaberation. My 85 was soooo much fun to drive....way better n my 94 Miata
& the DOHC Supras.....
Remember the 2000GT from the late 60s
Yep...that one too

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You forgot to mention the roll top cover is about $1500. One of the best if not the best. Watertight, extremely secure, and locks your tailgate. Very strong and supports a lot of weight on top. I have had numerous covers and these have earned their premium status.
 
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