OK, if Diamond Knot is included, I'm in! Or we can knock it out in my driveway and then head to Fred's in Snoho.Here's the checklist for a 30k service on a '07: Toyota Parts and Service
The diffs and engine oil are easy. If you're already on the fence, save yourself the money and do it yourself, you'll also get familiar with things a little better.
You'll just need a couple washers/gaskets from the dealership (maybe $15), a pump/piece of hose and the fluids themselves, which you can get anywhere.
Grease all the zerk fittings while you're under there, you'll need a grease gun and grease. Harbor Freight in Everett has the gun cheap (it's just a plain jane grease gun) and the grease you can get at any auto parts store while you're picking up gear/engine oil.
Do some searches on here if you need help, or just ask, there's plenty of help to be had around these parts. Hell, I'm just down the road from you, we can grab a beer at Diamond Knot (my favorite bewery) and knock it out in about an hour.
:cheers:A. Fred's is trying to kill me either coronary or liver disease but I LOVE it sooooo much. That place is exactly what an ale house should be.
Sticking with Amsoil, I've used their Synthetic Multi-Purpose Grease, Extreme Pressure, NLGI #2 (GLC) for non-moly applications.B. You guys got me on board. Tooled up with the last couple of things I needed and am getting ready to place an amsoil order for lubes.
Their Racing Grease reads to spec and has good reviews but I haven't found a Moly enhanced grease online that looks like it works. Any recommends?