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I'm going to try and get a weekly thread going with some products that our members are talking about. Hopefully this will help out other members as well and save them some time and digging. Here are some Amazon products that have been discussed on the forum. Please keep in mind that we do receive a small affiliate commission if you click these links. The funds from this help us improve the site and spend more time making the community better. We appreciate your support and every little bit helps. Thank all of you in advance for being amazing members here!

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Oil Filter Wrench, Drain Tool, and Advanced Engine Oil Funnel Set for Toyota & Lexus 2.0L - 5.7L Engines With Cartridge Style Systems

@EOD Guy posted a good kit to make oil changes easier and drip free. (Post Link)

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Hopkins 47345 4 wire flat adapter

@jeffd started a thread about having some issues with the safety features getting in the way while having a bike rack attached to the hitch. @planisher had a great suggestion. (Link Here)


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Hubcentric Rings (Pack of 4) - 95.1mm ID to 106.1mm OD - Black Poly Carbon Plastic Hubrings Hub - Only Works on 95.1mm Vehicle Hubs and 106.1mm Wheel Centerbore

@easyC let us know that these Hubcentric rings will help some wheels match up to the Land Cruiser better. (Post Link)


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2 Pack 2024 Update Car Seat Gap Filler Organizer Leather Console Storage Box Front Side Pocket Seats Organizers Filler Interior Car Accessories for Phone Wallet Coin Key Sunglasses(Black)

@LChopeful Ordered these and seemed please with them. Fills the gap between the seats and console. (Post Link)

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MoKo Sunglasses Holder for Car Sun Visor, 2-Pack PU Leather Magnetic Glasses Mount Holder Eyeglasses Hanger Clip Visor Accessories for All Car Models, Black

There are a couple posts about sunglass holders. Check out these threads with suggestions from a couple of different members (Here, and Here)

Hope this helps and if you have any Amazon products that you think the membership needs to know about, send them to me via private message or post a link in this thread. Thank you again for your support!
 
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Great accessories and tools! I have to chuckle re the "advanced" engine oil funnel. I presume this is referring to the clear neck, of which mine is without?
 
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Great accessories and tools! I have to chuckle re the "advanced" engine oil funnel. I presume this is referring to the clear neck, of which mine is without?

Yah, I have no idea on that one. I just like the drain tool. If you have to change it in the driveway I sure hate getting oil on it!
 
Great accessories and tools! I have to chuckle re the "advanced" engine oil funnel. I presume this is referring to the clear neck, of which mine is without?
Dude, that clear plastic is straight up technology from the future. Itโ€™s basically invisible plastic ๐Ÿ˜‚
 
Great accessories and tools! I have to chuckle re the "advanced" engine oil funnel. I presume this is referring to the clear neck, of which mine is without?
I should get the drain tool, as at least 50% of the time I make a mess, and this would help. And, would not have to deal with the drain plug gasket, and torquing it with my "calibrated arm". :)
 
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Send me some suggestions for some Amazon products you think people will like (or post them up in here) so I can include them in the email next week!
 
The oil filter wrench and drain tool arenโ€™t needed. The 2.4 turbo has a spin on filter. These donโ€™t have a cartridge style filter.
 
X2 on the drain tool is unneeded. (works extremely well on the Taco, almost drip free) It's for the "cartridge style". I'm not sure if the billet filter wrench will fit the canister filter or not. Hopefully I'll get to find out soon.

Those poking fun at the clear funnel, it's great for shorter folks! I can easily pour the oil into a funnel (not that short) but I can't see into the funnel to see when to stop and let it catch up, with the clear side easy peasy. I use a rubber made lid on the big end and a top off one of the empty oil containers on the other, keeps dust out when not in use.
 
X2 on the drain tool is unneeded. (works extremely well on the Taco, almost drip free) It's for the "cartridge style". I'm not sure if the billet filter wrench will fit the canister filter or not. Hopefully I'll get to find out soon.

Those poking fun at the clear funnel, it's great for shorter folks! I can easily pour the oil into a funnel (not that short) but I can't see into the funnel to see when to stop and let it catch up, with the clear side easy peasy. I use a rubber made lid on the big end and a top off one of the empty oil containers on the other, keeps dust out when not in use.
Jeez, weโ€™re not poking fun at the funnel, Nuke thought it was funny they called it โ€˜advancedโ€™, I was just riffing on his comment for a laugh. Iโ€™m 5โ€™9 so I imagine the advanced invisible plastic will come in handy for me as well ๐Ÿ˜‰
 
Jeez, weโ€™re not poking fun at the funnel, Nuke thought it was funny they called it โ€˜advancedโ€™, I was just riffing on his comment for a laugh. Iโ€™m 5โ€™9 so I imagine the advanced invisible plastic will come in handy for me as well ๐Ÿ˜‰
Look if you have funnelphobia I'm ok with it ๐Ÿ˜† ๐Ÿ˜†. I was just poking back........ But it did answer why I could never find it...... It really is the best funnel I've ever owned for changing oil in a YOTA. I hope the wrench fits as it is a very high quality piece.
 
Does anyone know door window visors that fit on 2024 LC ?
Iโ€™m from Japan and itโ€™s used to be common to install these. They are useful when you want to circulate the air during raining.
 
Does anyone know door window visors that fit on 2024 LC ?
Iโ€™m from Japan and itโ€™s used to be common to install these. They are useful when you want to circulate the air during raining.
Very rare here in the U.S., but I do notice them occasionally, but obviously not on LC's. You might have to source them from Japan...
 
There out there a quick google search found several pairs.
Thank you ๐Ÿ™. It didnโ€™t come up with other search engine a few weeks agoโ€ฆ
Or they must became on sale very recently.
 
I'm in the market for body side moldings ("BSMs") for my white LCLC. I called two local Toyota dealers yesterday and my color, "Wind Chill Pearl/EB20," wasn't even listed in the parts catalogue.

So first, I'm wondering if anyone has gotten a Wind Chill Pearl LC with color-matched BSMs? At least that would tell me if they're being produced by Toyota.

And second, attached is a photo of my LCLC with a crappy mockup of black BSMs (black BSMs are listed in the parts catalogue). I thought black might look alright with all the black trim already on the car. But, bottom line, I just don't like them.
 

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Body Side Moldings - I just called Groove Toyota here in the Denver area. The parts guy checked with Toyota to see if their BSMs in "Platinum White (0089)" matches my LCLC paint, which is "Wind Chill Pearl (EB20)." Toyota confirmed that it is an exact match. Noone seems to know why they call it something different. Anyway, Groove has ordered them and should have them in under a week.
 
Wheel Locks - Or rather, anti-theft lug nuts.
I found these on Amazon and think they are the right fit. Please let me know if they are . . . or aren't.


As far as I can tell from researching it on the 'Net, the LC lug nuts have 14 X 1.5 threads and a 21mm head.

However, the photo of the lugs on the Toyota site look like they have a flange that seats against the wheels. Is that flange necessary? Or, if not necessary, desireable?
 
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