Up for sale is my 2000 Toyota 4Runner. The truck is Lifted a total of 6 inches, with a TRD Supercharger installed. I am the second owner of the truck, I bought it from the original owner in Connecticut. More than $3,000 has been invested in the truck in the last 2 months, receipt upon request. The truck currently has 143,000 miles and will go up as it is my daily driver.

Parts installed this past June:
Timing belt
Water pump
URD Thermostat (170 Degree)
33x12.5 Nitto Ridge Grapplers
3in Old Man Emu lift (shocks, springs all around)
Upper & lower ball joints
Rear upper & lower control arms
Tail pipe
Rear axle seals
Wheel bearings
Rear brakes fully rebuilt (pads,drums, springs, adjusters all that stuff inside)
Passenger front caliper (Tundra Caliper)
Passenger front CV (drivers replaced in the winter)

Like the title says the truck has a TRD Supercharger.The transmission was serviced and a valve body was added at the time the supercharger was installed, along with all the URD components needed to support the supercharger. This does not have the 7th injector kit, it has the URD fuel pump.

The truck also has:
Rock Sliders (welded on)
3in body lift to total 6 inches
LED headlights
Tundra front caliper upgrade
Airaid intake
modified air box
1st gen 4Runner rollbar
Spydertrax wheel Spacers
Comes with highlift.

The truck has the usual rusty spots on the front and rear bumpers. I did my best with POR15 over the last 3 years but there are 2 holes on the passenger side frame rail where the exhaust is close to the frame. I was quoted $600 for the repair.

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Post New Lift, Maintenance and Tires (Truck was on OME Lift Nitto Trail graplers)

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