Been on here for a while now, always lurking, sometimes posting. A lot of dreaming though. There are some really amazing rigs on this site. I wish I could get my hands on some of the goodies that others have, but I have had a motto with all my rigs. "Don't replace it till you break it." this also falls into, don't replace it till you get stuck and have a really good excuse to get something better. So this is my 2004 SR5. with a lot of options. I love the leather and the sunroof, wish it had a better sound system and seat warmers. In time though. Apparently this is the most Stock picture I have of it. got it with 130,000 on the clock. I am the second owner. I have an awful habit of doing weird stuff to my vehicles, driving around for a month or so and then wanting to change it again. It is very annoying actually. Swapped my fogs to led and put a yellow tint over them. had recently made a custom grill (crappy) and installed raptor style led's. Then, cracked the hell out of my bumper on a rock being less then smart. So... I cut it into a "prerunner" style. (super crappy) More LED lights and went back to no yellow. Also added the ditch lights. Homemade bracket write up in the lighting section of the forum. So i got really annoyed with this setup and hated the look, So I attempted a bumper. (So, and I mean SO, so crappy) I have done a lot to the Sasquoia, Sasquatch, Sequoia combined. Kids are awesome at naming things. Stock rims with 267/70/17 Cooper Discoverer AT3. All interior lights swapped to LED. All forward Facing Lights swapped to LED. Homemade Intake. Thrush Exhaust. Yakima roof bars and custom wind flair for when the X-cargo box is up top. Custom skid plates And a bunch of other odds and ends. She has 202,000 miles on her now, I did timing belt, water pump, pulleys, new fluids and lines when I bought her. New brake pads, rotors, calipers, lines, fluids at 170,000 New exhaust around 175,000 when I crunched the stock one on a rock, yay. This truck is a beast and I love it. I will drive it for as long as I can, But my teenage daughter wants it and is trying to talk me into giving it to her. We will see in time. This thing spends most of its time in the Albuquerque sun and has taken a beating in the heat. Hence the black hood and soon to be black roof. But for fun we spend a lot of time in the San Juans of southern Colorado. Family and Cabin in that area and more Mountains and Trails than we know what to do with. I will try to update this thread with new, ridiculous, updates and cheap builds as often as I can.