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Toyota Land Cruiser Mirror, Power, Paint to match, Non-heated

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KOOL VUE POWERED MIRROR, NON-HEATED, MANUAL FOLDING

Kool Vue Power Mirrors are OE replacement and manufactured from the highest quality, corrosion-resistant materials to withstand all types of... (see more)

  • Sku#: TY28EL
  • Brand: Kool Vue
  • Location: Driver Side
  • Color/Finish: Paint to match
  • Operation: Power
  • Folding Type: Manual folding
  • Heated: Non-heated
  • Quantity Sold: Sold Individually
  • Built In Signal Light: None
  • Auto Dimming: No
  • Recommended Use: OE Replacement
  • Anticipated Ship Out Time: 1-2 Business Days
  • Blind Spot Detection: No
  • Glass Type: Flat
  • Memory Recall: No
  • Prong Connector: 3-hole 3-prong connector
  • Puddle Light Included: No
  • Replaces OE Number: 879406013013
  • Replaces Partslink Number: TO1320146
  • Towing Mirror: No
  • Warranty: 2-year Kool Vue limited warranty
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Toyota Land Cruiser Headlight, Clear Lens, Composite, DOT/SAE Compliant, Direct Fit

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HEADLIGHT, CLEAR LENS

This OE Replacement Headlight is DOT and SAE Approved and made from high grade materials at an affordable price.

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  • Combination type

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  • Sku#: RBT100104
  • Brand: Replacement
  • Location: Driver Side
  • Series: Replacement
  • Type: Composite
  • Color/Finish: Clear Lens
  • Product Fit: Direct Fit
  • Quantity Sold: Sold Individually
  • Light Source: Halogen
  • Recommended Use: OE Replacement
  • Anticipated Ship Out Time: 1-2 Business Days
  • Assembly: Without bulb(s)
  • Certification: DOT/SAE Compliant
  • Notes: Combination type
  • Replaces OE Number: 8117060B11
  • Replaces Partslink Number: TO2518109
  • Warranty: 1-year, unlimited-mileage warranty
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Toyota Land Cruiser Bumper Cover, Primed, Plastic, Direct Fit

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BUMPER COVER, PRIMERED

This ReplaceXL Bumper Cover is a high-quality replacement item for old or damaged factory unit at an affordable price.

Notes: With fog light holes

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  • Sku#: R-4011P
  • Brand: ReplaceXL
  • Location: Front
  • Material: Plastic
  • Color/Finish: Primed
  • Product Fit: Direct Fit
  • Recommended Use: OE Replacement
  • Anticipated Ship Out Time: 1-2 Business Days
  • Fog Light Provision: With fog light holes
  • License Plate Provision: With license plate holes
  • Parking Aid Sensor Holes: Without parking aid sensor holes
  • Receiverand Tow Hook Provision: With tow hook hole
  • Replaces OE Number: 5211960904
  • Replaces Partslink Number: TO1000195
  • Warranty: 1-year, unlimited-mileage warranty
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Toyota Land Cruiser Tail Light, Clear & Red Lens, DOT/SAE Compliant, Direct Fit

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TAIL LIGHT ASSEMBLY, CLEAR AND RED LENS

This OE Replacement Tail Light is DOT and SAE Approved and made from high grade materials at an affordable price.

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  • Sku#: REPT730178
  • Brand: Replacement
  • Location: Driver Side, Inner
  • Series: Replacement
  • Color/Finish: Clear & Red Lens
  • Product Fit: Direct Fit
  • Quantity Sold: Sold Individually
  • Light Source: Incandescent
  • Wiring Harness Included: Without wiring harness
  • Recommended Use: OE Replacement
  • Anticipated Ship Out Time: 1-2 Business Days
  • Assembly: With Bulb(s)
  • Certification: DOT/SAE Compliant
  • Replaces OE Number: 8159160230
  • Replaces Partslink Number: TO2802100
  • Warranty: 1-year, unlimited-mileage warranty
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Toyota Land Cruiser Fender, Primed, Steel, Direct Fit

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Replacement Steel Fender is stamp die and went through 500 to 1000 hours salt sprayed test to make sure it is corrosion-resistant and Electro Deposit Primer coated for strong and durable protection;... (see more)
  • Sku#: REPT220116
  • Brand: Replacement
  • Location: Front, Driver Side
  • Series: Replacement
  • Material: Steel
  • Color/Finish: Primed
  • Product Fit: Direct Fit
  • Quantity Sold: Sold Individually
  • Recommended Use: OE Replacement
  • Anticipated Ship Out Time: 1-2 Business Days
  • Molding Holes: Yes
  • Notes: With side marker hole
  • Replaces OE Number: 538026A200
  • Replaces Partslink Number: TO1240172
  • Warranty: 1-year, unlimited-mileage warranty
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Toyota Land Cruiser Review

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Toyota Landcruiser: The Very Definition of Rugged Dependability

The Toyota Landcruiser is a four-wheel drive vehicle series that’s been around for more than six decades, making it the longest running series in Toyota’s lineup. It’s best defined by its rugged charm and utmost dependability. The earlier models back in the ‘50s resemble the Army Jeeps of the US. Equipped with a smaller 4-cylinder engine, these were mostly utilitarian in style and function. From the BJ type to the FJ20, Landcruisers later on got a 6-cylinder engine. Their rise to fame came when the FJ40 was launched, which cemented the Landcruiser’s status in history. Over time, Landcruisers became larger and got more sophisticated features. Despite the numerous changes in shape, body, and style, these iconic four-wheel drive vehicles never lost their rugged appeal and well-acclaimed dependability. Among their toughest rivals are the Land Rover Discovery, Nissan Patrol, and Jeep Wrangler.

1951: BJ and FJ

There used to be a demand for military-type utility vehicles. Through this, the Toyota Jeep BJ prototype was made in 1951. This was larger and more powerful than the US Jeep. It was equipped with a part-time four-wheel drive system but didn’t have a low-range transfer case. In 1954, then technical director Hanji Umehara came up with a new name for these vehicles. They were called Landcruiser. The same year, the FJ was introduced.

1955: 20 series

Compared to the BJ, the 20 series had a more civilian appeal. It came with more stylish bodywork, more comfortable interior, and more powerful gasoline engine. It was also designed with enhanced ride quality. Yet, it still didn’t have a low range.

1960: 40 series

The 40 series replaced the 20 series. The upgrade came with a good number of production changes. The FJ40, for instance, was equipped with a 93kW, 3.9L F engine. The Landcruiser also now had a low-range gear, though it still retained the three-speed main gearbox.

1967: 55 series

The 55 series became part of the Toyota Landcruiser lineup in the 1960s. Production began from 1967 and lasted through 1980. The FJ55G and FJ55V were considered to be the first real station wagons in the lineup. They had fully enclosed box frame members and a hatch and tailgate in the rear.

1980: 60 series

Production of the 60 series began in 1980 and lasted till 1990 for the majority of the markets. The 60 series was a four-door wagon with five to eight seating capacity. It was equipped with a front engine. It had impressive off-road capabilities and was also designed with an upgraded interior and other convenience features. It was meant to penetrate the SUV market.

1984: 70 series

The 70 series was launched alongside the 60 series. The 70 Light, a lighter duty Landcruiser, was introduced. During the run of the 70 series, new-generation diesel engines were used in its lineup. It was also updated through its suspension, drivetrain, and other features. The series was launched as a soft top, FRP top, hard top, Troop Carrier, and cab chassis.

1989: 80 series

This Toyota Landcruiser series was designed with swing-out back doors, although in 1994, they were replaced with a winch door. Throughout the 1990s, several engine upgrades were made. There were also some revisions in designs and features.

1998: 100 series

The preview of the new 100 series took place in 1997 at the 32nd Tokyo Motor Show. During its stint, the V8 engine was integrated in the lineup. The inclusion of this engine was meant to boost sales in North America.

2007: 200 series

As early as 2002, a 5-year development plan was already in place for the next series of Landcruiser. The redesigned model was eventually launched in late 2007. The 200 series has the same platform and design as the Lexus LX 570. The new series has a new frame, bigger brake rotors and calipers, heavier-duty front suspension, and safer roof pillars. Some revisions were done to come up with a more comfortable, more reliable Landcruiser. For the 2013 model, optional safety and luxury options are now a standard.

The more recent Toyota Landcruiser is designed as a large SUV with a more powerful engine and undeniable off-road capabilities.

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