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FJ Cruiser #641932 08/29/05 01:46 PM
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Ripdubski Offline OP
Need a Spot
I've been considering buying new wheels and tires for my 02 4Runner since it looks like I may have about 5K miles left on them (34K on the truck).

Then I was reading a trade journal a friend of mine in the auto industry gets and saw the FJ Cruiser is supposed to hit the shelves in Q1 2006. Since it's been almost 2 years since they first said something about this, I had forgotten about.

The article said it was about 4" narrowed and 11" shorter than the current 4th gen 4Runner, but built on the same platform. So I'm thinking thats *roughly* the size of the 3rd gen - *roughly*. It gave a few other specs too, but no mention of price.

So now I'm thinking maybe I should hold off on the tires and just buy an FJ. Anyone else considering this purchase?

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Re: FJ Cruiser [Re: Ripdubski] #641933 08/30/05 05:36 AM
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RLJSlick Offline
Wheeler
We talked about the FJ a few months ago, don't remember talking about a price. You may want to do a search on here for the FJ. I just hope that it get better gas milage then my 2002 4 Runner, it's killing me!
The news said that gas prices will go up a dime tomorrow, that would make gas in SE Wisconsin $2.89! Ouch!


2002 4 Runner Sport, Stellar Blue Pearl,Bridgestone Dueler A/T Revo P265/70R16, Front end cover, V.I.P. RS3200 Plus Alarm, Donnelly Compass/temp. Mirror, Alpine CDA-7894 head unit, Sirius Sportster, Katzkin Leather seats,Altezza Euro Lights
Re: FJ Cruiser [Re: RLJSlick] #641934 08/30/05 05:39 PM
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Gas in Seattle has been $2.89 for 87 octane for two months. Guessing it will cross 3 within the week. Any pics of the FJ?

Re: FJ Cruiser [Re: Seattlegti] #641935 09/01/05 12:54 AM
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Ripdubski Offline OP
Need a Spot

Re: FJ Cruiser [Re: Ripdubski] #641936 09/11/05 01:46 PM
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GGold Offline
Getting the Wheeling Fever
Man that FJ is awesome I have been thinking once I get my new job I might be looking at a new vehicle. I was looking at a Humvee since I was in the military I love them but I also looked at a H3 and a pretty recent land cruiser.


2000 4Runner Limited 3.4L 4WD: Brushguard, Yellow Optima Battery, Amsoil Air Filter, Denso Iridium IK16 Spark Plugs, Mobile Guardian,Eclipse 8435,Front Clear Corners and alot more....

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