Just got off the horn with Faxon, none of 2001 in stock. She's calling around to see what she can shake loose. I have been watching eBay for a couple of weeks. Tried to buy a set with a max bid of $275 and lost out to an eventual high bidder of $365. This for the two-volume repair manuals, no electrical manual or anything.
The reason for the question in the first place was to see if I could widen the net beyond 2001. If I can find 2002-2004 for a decent price I might go that way. Faxon has used 2002 for $229 ($140 is what Helms lists as new, but no stock). Sometimes I wonder what Toyota is thinking. These trucks are starting to come to the people who will be keeping them going for their second decade and the market is stymied.
"Why does the U.S. care which flag will be hoisted on a small piece of land thousands of miles away?" -- Ron Paul