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FS: 2007 4Runner V8 Limited 4x4 *turnkey* adventure rig, Indiana $25k

Discussion in '4Runners For Sale' started by blackoutt, Jul 29, 2019.

  1. Jul 29, 2019 at 11:42 AM
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    blackoutt

    blackoutt [OP] New Member

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    Adventure Build
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    Never thought I'd do this but looking to see if anyone is in the market for a turn-key built overland vehicle, the "4funner", tested and tweaked for mild to moderate trails and still able to eat up the highway miles between or be daily driven. NOT interested in parting anything out at this point in time, requests will be ignored. NOT interested in trades at this point in time. $25,000 for the full package or negotiate out some extras to lower it a little. Located in Columbus Indiana but may deliver or also open to helping with a fly and drive but will need a truck or trailer to carry all spare parts if you want them.



    2007 Limited V8 4x4 with heated leather, tow package, color matched, nav, remote start, loaded, etc. ~173,000 miles, clean Indiana title in hand



    Pros:

    TURN KEY. Comes with all recovery and camping gear - when I say turnkey I mean a tank full of fuel+rotopax, a fridge full of beer, and a thick cut ribeye so you can camp anywhere THIS WEEKEND!

    Full kitchen - literally everything but the kitchen sink, solar, dual battery, sleeping platform, drawer system, on board air, lighting, simple comms, armor, common issues addressed (SAI, header cracks, CV boots, LCA bushings) just go read the build thread

    Comes with all spares and any remaining stock parts removed that haven't been sold - I try to keep every nut and bolt ever replaced.

    Can be converted between sleeping platform and full rear seats in ~10 minutes - 10 bolts out, 10 bolts in.

    To much to list.... so I'll list it. Extensive build list and more pictures in this thread: Build spreadsheet with all purchased prices and miles of parts installed will also be shared with buyer



    Cons:

    ipad not included

    Paint has pinstripes that could be buffed out - I can do this but haven't found the time yet

    Left rear quarter has some deeper scratches near the taillight that will not buff out

    Scraped areas from rocks and trees on both front and rear bumper covers

    Rock rash on wheels - missing 2 center cap covers

    Overall could use a thorough detail if the buyer cares that much, I like to keep it clean enough inside to live in, and outside to be able to work on it and maintain but no point in polishing the engine bay spotless if we're going to be bombing down a dirt road the next day

    OEM limited 18" wheel with stock sized spare mounted underneath for now, full size Cooper STT pro spare on 5th matching wheel won't fit under there but was on the fence between building custom rear swingout or just buying a wilco or similar.





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  2. Jul 29, 2019 at 11:42 AM
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    blackoutt

    blackoutt [OP] New Member

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    Adventure Build
    What all is included in the package

    Suspension/Lift
    Fox 2.5 extended front coilovers, remote reservoir with DSC
    Fox 2.0 10" travel rear shocks
    Icon SS shock skids/roost guards
    Dobinson 677V rear springs (1.5" daystar driver side spacer to correct lean)
    SPC upper control arms (warrantied for greasable style BJ)
    Wheelers super bumps front
    Wheelers super bumps on custom 2" drop bracket rear
    Differential drop
    SS extended brake lines (all 6)
    Energy suspension sway bar bushings, lateral lock collars, front
    Energy suspension sway bar bushings and customish extended links, rear
    Diff breather extended to gas filler
    1" body lift
    DIY taller EPDM fender liners
    New OEM LCA hardware
    Weld bead behind LCA cam tabs
    OEM front LCA with Moog greasable BJ and Energy suspension bushings
    OEM rear control arms refit with Energy suspension bushings
    Toytec adjustable panhard bar
    5x XD 301 17x9 -12 wheels
    5x Cooper STT Pro 295/70-17
    Body mount chop, pinch weld flattened, liners pushed forward, bumpers trimmed, mudflaps removed

    Exterior/Armor
    Frame wire wheeled, acid washed, and painted with Chassis saver
    Debadge hatch and plastidip Toyota emblems
    Window Ventshades
    Prinsu full roof rack
    Shorter roof rack spacers
    Metaltech rear lower link skids (weld on)
    White Knuckle Offroad Products sliders, DOM, bolt on, flat, with kick out and step plate
    Rocksteady alum front skid
    Rocksteady alum trans skid
    Rocksteady alum front bumper filler plate
    Stock gas tank skid has been hammered out a few times but still kickin!

    Camping/Interior/Misc.
    Husky floor liners
    Carhartt seat covers
    Dash RAM mount C ball (adapter to b size too)
    Anytime backup camera switch
    Traction aids off CH4x4 "pirate" button
    Removed rear seat flip down TV
    Center console organizer
    Blue Sea dual USB charger in center console
    Blue Sea dual USB charger rear
    Replacement leather seat bottoms
    Rear hatch LED lights wired to cargo switch
    Flush mount rear dome LED lights
    Adventure Index drawer system/slide out kitchen (diy)
    Partner Steel 22" stove with "steaksaver" adapter for 1lb propane bottles
    Sleeping platform off of drawer system
    Rear seat and double decker system delete
    Custom sewn blackoutt interior curtains
    Universal fit window bug netting
    2x USB fans
    DFG tilting fridge slide
    Dometic CFX40W with insulator bag
    ARB fridge plug socket
    LED light strip on back of drawers
    2x 1.75 Rotopax with locking mounts
    Kelty Noahs tarp 16
    ARB 2000 awning, custom mounts
    Awning wireless motion lights

    Recovery/Tools/Comms
    ARB twin air compressor on custom mount under hood (hose included)
    AstroAl Digital tire inflator
    Double biting air chuck for inflator
    Coyote Enterprises tire deflators (20psi)
    ARB EZ deflator
    Amerex Halotron Fire Extinguisher
    Bracketeer Extinguisher Mount on drivers seat
    TRED Pro grey
    Hi Lift jack, handle isolator, off road base, step22 cover
    Receiver shackle with Anti-Rattle clamp
    DitchPig Kinetic Rope
    Tree Savers
    Bubbarope soft shackle
    Cheap soft shackle
    Plano 42" case roof mounted for dirty/wet storage
    Baofeng UV-5R5 Ham radio
    Baofeng UV-5R Ham radio
    Baofeng accessories: Remote 2-way speaker/handle, 12v power adapter, upgraded antenna, programming cord
    Handheld Midland CB radio

    Power
    Off Grid Engineering aux battery tray
    Off Grid Engineering starter battery tie down
    2x Odyssey Batteries 34R-PC1500T aux and starting battery
    Starting battery spacer
    GM OEM part# 12135037 alt-s diode to increase charging voltage
    Dual battery voltage monitor in center console
    Blue Sea SI ACR
    Blue Sea fuse panel on back of drawers
    Renogy 100W Eclipse solar panel
    Chinese "waterproof" MPPT charge controller
    Solar controller setting remote
    WeBoost Drivesleek Cell Booster

    Lighting
    LED interior lights
    Map light mod
    LED step bar/rock lights
    LED license plate lights
    Anytime fog light mod
    HID fog lights
    Yellow fog light laminex
    Mojavemadman bumper light bar mounts
    30" Auxbeam curved light bar
    Rear bumper work lights
    CBI ditch light brackets
    Auxbeam pods with amber covers
    CH4x4 OEM look switches
    Eagle Eyes Sport headlight housings with G5-R bixenon HID retrofit (best upgrade)
    42" Xprite sunrise light bar
    TINman 3d printed sunglass holder switch plate

    Engine
    HCF delete
    Flowmaster super 50 SUV muffler
    Resonator delete, side exit
    Doug Thorley headers, 2.5" catless downpipes
    Doug Thorley Y pipe
    URD O2 sensor simulator
    AFE prodry air filter
    Smooth intake tube
    Slyfox AIP bypass kit
    Fumoto oil drain valve
    Fumoto drain hose kit

    Maintenance
    Various dash bulbs
    Moog tie rods
    OEM tie rods
    OEM sway bar links
    Worm drive CV clamps pulled down
    OEM inner CV boots
    OEM front calipers
    Powerstop slotted rotors and pads
    Rear powerstop pads again 50k later
    Denso alternator @80k
    F&R Diff flush multiple times
    Trans filter and fluid exchange
    PS fluid flush
    Transfer case flush multiple times
    Timing belt @90k
    OEM waterpump @100k
    Front wheel hub assemblies and seals @90k
    Front body bushings (Febest)
    PCV valve
    NGK spark plugs
    Koyo radiator and new hoses
    OEM left and right diff seals
    OEM accessory belt and tensioners
    OEM gas cap
    Reman coated rear calipers @165k
    New front and rear powerstop pads @165k
    Diffs and Tcase oil again at @165k

    Removed/spares
    Stock step bars
    Stock roof rack without crossbars or end caps
    Stock halogen projector housings
    Stock headers with catalysts
    Stock y pipe with catalysts - required for tailpipe emissions states, they bolt right back on
    Stock Rear seats - can be installed in under 10 minutes, I'll show you how
    Stock rear panhard bar
    Stock bump stops
    Stock brake lines
    Various spare seals, bolts, clamps
    Stock skid plates
    Spare reman front calipers
    OEM oil filters
    Mevotech complete LCA (spares)
    Diode in alt-s fuse from ebay -still worked just wanted a cleaner install with the OEM GM diode
    2014 Toyota map DVD

    Extra camping gear that we're throwing in
    Luggage and cable locks for roof mounted accessories
    2x camp chairs
    Parachute hammock
    Double size folding camp table
    Awning
    Shovel on quick fist mounts
    Full size 3" memory foam mattress and fitted sheet (with and without cutout for fridge)
    Bluetooth speaker
    Thermacell MR450 bug repellent system
    5 Gallon plastic water jerry can with oring seals and melt mod
    Firestarters and propane torch head
    Cast iron pan and camp utensils kit
    Fridge full of beverages, eggs, bacon, and a thick cut ribeye

    Just bring some clothes and go camping this weekend!
     
  3. Aug 15, 2019 at 1:02 PM
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    TJM

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    Supercharger, CB, Tacoma whip, Old Man Emu Shocks/coilovers
    I'm curious. I'd like to take a look if you still have it when I get back (currently overseas).
     
  4. Aug 15, 2019 at 1:35 PM
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    SR5 Limited

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    Nice mods! Due for a timing belt change? I just found an 07 for 7k here with less miles....
     
  5. Aug 15, 2019 at 7:48 PM
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    Watt maker

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    Damn nice rig and awful tempting!
     
  6. Aug 16, 2019 at 5:31 PM
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    Firefly21

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    Amazing you can get all this or a new side by side. Im sure its gone at that price. Real nice vehicle
     
  7. Aug 17, 2019 at 8:27 PM
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    oldtimer

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    Very very cool rig you built. Can't wait to see your next one:)
     
  8. Aug 19, 2019 at 6:23 AM
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    blackoutt

    blackoutt [OP] New Member

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    Just let me know when you return!

    Timing belt every 90k miles by the books - I completed this one at 95k miles so technically has until 185k for next belt although given the factor of safety I would consider extending it an extra 5k to 190k anyway. Seems like a great deal for a stock 07 v8 if it's not rusty or salvage title or needs tons of maintenance.

    Thanks Ron!

    Yes and no, it will for sure take a buyer that understands and appreciates the work of putting together all the details knowing that you can't build something so complete for anywhere near the price, and then they need to have the cash for it, and THEN they need to pass an interview with me haha. I've gotten plenty of looks from side by sides on the trail when they're like "what are you doing out here in an SUV!" and I laugh that I can live out of mine and drive it home on the highway and it's probably around the same price.

    Thanks I'm excited to start the next project as well! I don't ever sit still for too long.
     

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