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Old 11-23-2017, 10:28 AM   #1
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Default WTB older Toyota pickup

Looking for a older Tacoma or older Toyota pickup
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Old 11-24-2017, 05:53 AM   #2
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I have a 2006 Toyota Tundra XSP Double Cab. 120k miles.
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Old 11-26-2017, 03:16 PM   #3
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How much ?

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How much ?
Well I wasnít thinking about selling it, but everything is always for sale at the right price. Iíd sell it for $15k.
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I have a 2007 Tundra TRD 2wd. 4.7l V8. 122k miles. PM if interested.
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Just for reference (mine isn't for sale) I have a 2007 PreRunner. Bought it new, it has 225,000 miles on it. Never been in the shop (other than 2 recalls). I pull a 2000 24' Cape Horn with 2 x 225's on it (~5000 lbs). My son's getting it for his first vehicle in Dec.
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Just for reference (mine isn't for sale) I have a 2007 PreRunner. Bought it new, it has 225,000 miles on it. Never been in the shop (other than 2 recalls). I pull a 2000 24' Cape Horn with 2 x 225's on it (~5000 lbs). My son's getting it for his first vehicle in Dec.
I have a hard time believing that a loaded down Cape Horn 24 is 5000 lbs. I bet you are way over capacity. I would put that set up around 8000 lbs, maybe more with ice and beer!
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I have a line on a 2000 Toyota Tundra, SR5, 4WD, V8. I considered buying it myself actually. From what I can tell the truck is all original. It was evidently used on a farm for transporting hay bales, and for long road trips. I believe it has records, including the recall for the frame issue. A few scratches here and there, and a dent in the rear bumper, but a detail and a new rear bumper would do it wonders.

Interior is in very good condition as well. Has 190,000 miles on it, and from what I understand that motor is good for 500K+. Runs like a sewing machine, and everything worked last I looked at it. I also took some photo's. I ended up buying a new Tacoma.

It can be had for $5,500 cash.
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^^^
That makes me want to dump my new truck and go back to basics.
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I know...At that price, I'm still quite tempted when I look at the pictures, but I already have more vehicles in the family than I need. I was going to turn it into a battle-wagon, with those steel front and rear bumpers, a mild lift, and some wheels/tires. It looks to me like it was kept indoors or under cover for most of its life.
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I shouldn't be looking at this stuff...
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I have a hard time believing that a loaded down Cape Horn 24 is 5000 lbs. I bet you are way over capacity. I would put that set up around 8000 lbs, maybe more with ice and beer!
~ = approximate
~700 lbs (motors) x 2 + ~3500 (hull) = ~ 5000.
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~700 lbs (motors) x 2 + ~3500 (hull) = ~ 5000.
+ trailer. Add 1k. Plus extras. How big is the gas tank?
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https://www.thehulltruth.com/boating-forum/691980-cape-horn-24-towing-weight.html
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I would concur he is way over 5,000 pounds

My 22 Tritoon with a 150 weighed 5,000 pounds on the trailer empty.

He is easily 7,000 pounds on the trailer.

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I would concur he is way over 5,000 pounds

My 22 Tritoon with a 150 weighed 5,000 pounds on the trailer empty.

He is easily 7,000 pounds on the trailer.
Guys, what was the subject of this thread? "WTB older Toyota pickup" There was never an attempt to give an accurate weight of my boat, with gas, ice, drinks, food, anchor, rode, oil, leader, canvas top, VHF antenna/radio, AM/FM radio, RTIC 65 cooler, .......it was a number that he could use as a reference. An "ESTIMATE". He wants to buy and truck. He wants to hear about the product he's interested in.
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Guys, what was the subject of this thread? "WTB older Toyota pickup" There was never an attempt to give an accurate weight of my boat, with gas, ice, drinks, food, anchor, rode, oil, leader, canvas top, VHF antenna/radio, AM/FM radio, RTIC 65 cooler, .......it was a number that he could use as a reference. An "ESTIMATE". He wants to buy and truck. He wants to hear about the product he's interested in.
You're over tow limit. He will be too if he tries to to tow similar load with that truck.
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I guess it's true, you just can't fix it....
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Old 12-03-2017, 04:36 PM   #19
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I am just looking for a older Toyota truck for a boat yard truck nothing new and we arenít towing a Cape Horn or big girls hell we arenít towing anything with it just something cheap that is for the boat yard if the guys need to run down the street or to get parts etc. under 2k
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I guess it's true, you just can't fix it....
You should try. Would be better for all of us...
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