I had a 2001 Tundra and the ball joint came loose and front tire folded under the fender at 63k miles and made a mess and the transmission went out at 76k miles.I didnt have very good luck with mine either.buzzkillwill said:I posted this before, but a few months back I talked with a Titan owner who had a 144,000, or so, on his 2004. And other than brakes and an exhaust manifold (if I remember right), it's still running great. He ran from Maryland to Ohio twice a week, hauling some goods. He said it got better gas mileage and held up better than his 2002 Tundra, which was killing him in repairs. he gave the Titan and try and loved it.
Man you can put some miles on a vehicle,seems like yesterday you only had 55k.shailey said:You will be fine. If you take away the self inflicted things I have done, I have put less than $250 into this truck for repairs. $150 for a high pressure power steering hose, $17 for a radiator cap and $68 for a pinion seal. That is all that I have spent in 73,000 miles.