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Chris' Build

Discussion in '3rd Gen Builds (2014+)' started by Cfincke, Jan 8, 2017.

  1. Jan 8, 2017 at 3:24 PM
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    Cfincke

    Cfincke [OP] Mall Crawler but capable

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    Well it is time to start my build tread.... little back history
    I first started with a 2002 Tundra SR5 access cab, 4.7L V8 2wd that I bought used in 2006 after a hail storm totaled my car. Truck had 68K miles, now has over 253K and my wife drives it now.
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    In late July of 2016, my wife's 06 Maxima was on the verge of catastrophic mechanical failure (it barely made it to the dealership), so we traded it in for a loss and bought a brand new 2016 Tundra SR5 TSS edition, 2wd with the 4.6L engine. I drove the truck for 5 or so weeks, trying to like the truck, but I could not take the small 4.6L anymore. It just not have the power to weight ratio that I was use to from the 02 Tundra
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    So on September 10th I traded the 2016 in for a 2014 Sunset Bronze 1794 edition, 4wd, 5.7L with 62K miles. I originally tried to buy the 1794 in July, but the dealership had just received it and would not budge on price, well 6 weeks later they accepted my first offer. I now owned the truck I wanted in the color I wanted - time for upgrades.

    The day I bought it
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    Current setup:

    Wheels & Tires:
    Method Standards, machine finish 18x9, +18 backspace
    Nitto Ridge Grappler 295/70/R18

    Suspension:
    Icon 2.5 coilovers - non resi
    Icon Tubular upper control arms
    Icon 2.5 rear shock - non-resi
    Toytec shackles
    TRD rear sway bar
    BMC with Relentless Fabrication plates

    Interior:
    Headlight Revolution LED interior lights
    Edge Insight CTS2
    ESP metal under seat storage unit
    Center console organizer
    Center consoe tray
    P3 brake controller in ESP dash panel
    ceiling mounted DVD player w/wireless headphone (came with the truck)

    Exterior:
    Retrax bed cover (came with the truck)
    Toyota LED bed lights
    Headlight Revolution LED 3rd break light and cargo lights
    LED license plate lights
    Aries bull bar (came with the truck)
    Rear breather mod
    TRD Pro Skid plate
    Rigid Flush mounted back-up lights

    How the truck sits now
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    Last edited: Mar 22, 2017
  2. Jan 8, 2017 at 3:40 PM
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    CaptTyler

    CaptTyler www.fishcharlotteharbor.com

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    Bilstein 5100's F&R +2 CB Shims CB +2 Shackles 295-65-20 Toyo AT2 BAMuffler 7" Spidertrax 1.25" G-Tek SABM / aFe Pro Dry S (Charcoal Delete) Husky X-ACT Floor Mats All LED Interior / Reverse Lights / Cargo Lights Philips Xtreme Vision Headlights
    Nice work man, glad to see you got exactly what you wanted. I really like those wheels.
     
  3. Jan 8, 2017 at 3:41 PM
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    J4RR3N4

    J4RR3N4 By Law Cash me offroh howbouhdah

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    Procomp 6" on 35's with some cool stickers
    Nice way to start it off. How do you like the icons?
     
  4. Jan 8, 2017 at 3:41 PM
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    Cfincke

    Cfincke [OP] Mall Crawler but capable

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    Interior LED's (Photo is from the 2016 Tundra I traded in, But I moved them over to the 1794)
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    I started to collect parts, Got the wheels on sale from Amazon and then the Icons during Black Friday
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    In preparation for new larger tires, I did the body mount chop up front with plates from Relentless. I am not a professional welder by any means, but the grinder cleaned it up some
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    Then I tackled the rear suspension.
    Hopefully someone learns from my mistake, I did components in the wrong order. I started with the rear shocks, then did the rear sway bar the following weekend, then the shackles the next. In hindsight the shackle should be installed first so you do not have to undo all the previous work, then the shock, then the sway bar.
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    Christmas weekend I tackled the front suspension, plus wheels and tires
    After the alignment, I had to heat gun the front part of the inner fender well where the tire was rubbing
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  5. Jan 8, 2017 at 3:55 PM
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    CM-LENNY

    CM-LENNY No Complaints

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    PRO shocks, 37's Nitto G2's 4:88 diffs, few other mods
    You've been a busy man. Looks great. Keep those mods going. They never stop !
     
  6. Jan 8, 2017 at 3:56 PM
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    zcarpenter92 Yotas, Coronas and 'Merica

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    In sig
    Lookin good!
     
  7. Jan 8, 2017 at 4:00 PM
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    Cfincke

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    Got in on an early group buy for an Edge Insight CTS2 for Toyota's from a Tundra Facebook page. It displays the correct speed for the larger tires plus displays temps and other info
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    Christmas was good to my truck this year - P3 Brake controller with ESP dash panel and the ESP metal storage system
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  8. Jan 8, 2017 at 4:16 PM
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    Awesome!
     
  9. Jan 8, 2017 at 4:19 PM
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    Sweet looking truck!
     
  10. Jan 8, 2017 at 4:20 PM
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    Cfincke

    Cfincke [OP] Mall Crawler but capable

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    So far so good, I may actually lower them a little to reduce the pre-load. From the alignment, I gained an additional half inch between the center of the hub and fender.
     
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  11. Jan 8, 2017 at 4:31 PM
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    The wallet and Wife say when they stop....at least temporarily.
     
  12. Jan 8, 2017 at 7:29 PM
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    Extang Folding Tonneau, 20 percent tint, TRD dual exhaust, BedMat, Stubby antennae, Bully Hitch Step, AVS Window Shades
    That's a nice looking truck!
     
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  13. Jan 8, 2017 at 7:38 PM
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    Toyota LOVER!! FAN of chrome!! Your alright in my book! WELCOME:cool::D
     
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  14. Jan 10, 2017 at 6:54 PM
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    I like this color. Goes good with the 1794 interior.

    How are the icons ride on paved roads? Is it smoother than the stock black shocks?
     
  15. Jan 26, 2017 at 7:40 PM
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    Cfincke

    Cfincke [OP] Mall Crawler but capable

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    So far I am liking the Icons. Between them and the rear sway bar, the truck rides and handles much better.
     
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  16. Jan 26, 2017 at 10:39 PM
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    -TRS Mini D2S Retrofit on TRD Pro Headlights (Apollo 2.0 Shrouds, 35w XB Ballasts, 5500k Bulbs) -Baja Designs Squadron R Sport Aux lights. -TRD Pro Grill -TRD Rear Sway Bar -BakFlip VP Tonneau w/BakBox -Dipped wheels & bumpers -Iron Cross HD steps -Undercover Swingcase -SunTek Paint Protection film -Tinted glass -Bedmat -OEM Towing Mirrors
    Awesome build! Glad you ended up with the truck you wanted!
     
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  17. Mar 12, 2017 at 11:11 AM
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    Cfincke

    Cfincke [OP] Mall Crawler but capable

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    Installed a pair of inexpensive LED backup lights wired into the reverse lights. Will be installing a pair of flush mounted Rigid Lights in the near future.
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    Finally installed a TRD Pro skid plate that I picked up a few weeks ago. Had to add some spacers to compensate for the differential drop and the bull bar. Also had to get longer bolts because of the bull bar bracket thickness. Glad my dad has a small hardware store of stuff in his garage.

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  18. Mar 20, 2017 at 11:30 AM
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    Cfincke

    Cfincke [OP] Mall Crawler but capable

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    Decided to tackle the install of a pair of Rigid flush mounted backup lights. I tried to take photos along the way and I tried two methods for cutting the holes out. The first hole I mostly used a jig saw with a fine tooth blade for metal, this method took longer than the second, which I used a Dremel cut off wheel.

    I first started by cleaning the bumper so the tape could stick, then masked out the general area where I wanted to install the lights. I measured the clearance on the inside of the bumper to find a location where the light would not hit the brackets on the inside
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    After locating a flat spot that had clearance on the inside, I laid out the template and duplicated the location to the other side.
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    For the first hole I started by drilling a hole in each of the corners, then stepping up to larger drill bit to easily fit a jig saw blade. The jig saw did make quick work, but sometimes the blade caught the metal just right and kicked the blade out. I broke 2 blades. About two thirds of the way with the first hole I checked the inside of the bumper to make sure where the parking sensor wires were. I went as far as felt comfortable with the jig saw before switching to the dremel. This is where problems happened, my Dremel box had several of the fiber cut off wheels, but they were the old design with a tiny screw thru the hole in the disc. After all 8 disc broke, I was about 98% complete with the hole. I finished it up with a metal grinding stone on the dremel.
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    Between setup, laying out the locations, double checking everything, and cutting the first hole I had spent about 4-5 hours. The next morning I went and bought the Dremel EZ attach blades kit and an extra set of metal cut off wheels. The EZ attach secures the wheels a lot better than the tiny screw and does not allow the disc to slip.

    For the second hole, I used the plastic cutting disc to cut thru the painted bumper first before I cut the metal. The plastic cut easy and I used a fine sanding wheel to round the corners to match the hole outline. Next I cut the metal with the new EZ discs, I had most of the metal cut out in 10 minutes, taking my time to slowly and carefully cut the metal without hitting the painted bumper cap.

    Cleaned up the edges and rounded the corners with the grinding stone on the dremel, test fitting the light multiple times until the light fit flush and sat in the hole how I wanted. I used the light to located the screw holes for both lights, this insured I drilled the locations properly.

    Mounting the lights was a little tricky with the brackets that is on the inside of the bumper. I found using a 1/4 socket set with a swivel adapter and extension allowed access to 3 of the 4 screws on the light. For the 4th screw on used a box wrench and put a small magnet on the wrench to keep the nut from slipping out of the wrench. Note the nuts are not magnetic.
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    I planned on attaching the lights straight to the backup light wiring in the tail light, so I cut the wiring harness that came with the lights, only keeping the weatherproof connection and 6 feet of wire to attach to the tail light. I put all the wiring into wire loom to protect the wires and make it look cleaner.
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    I popped off the taillight and tapped into the two wires connected to the reverse light. The white wire with a black stripe is the ground wire. After attaching the wires I tested the lights before securing the the wire loom with zip ties and closing the tail light up. Here is a photo of the lights on I the middle of the afternoon.
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  19. Mar 22, 2017 at 9:46 AM
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    Cat3ILS

    Cat3ILS The cheese goes on the bottom bun

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    Good write up on the Rigid install. I had been wondering about wiring directly, the bumper bracket and the best way to cut the cap and bumper. Got em all answered.
     
  20. Mar 22, 2017 at 6:34 PM
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    Cfincke

    Cfincke [OP] Mall Crawler but capable

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    I did use 4 metal cutting wheels on one hole, so buy some spares.
    Another trick I did to install the nuts was to put two nuts into a socket, this kept the nut from recessing to far into a standard socket. The bolts for the lights are not that long.
     
  21. Jun 26, 2017 at 10:16 AM
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    Cfincke

    Cfincke [OP] Mall Crawler but capable

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    Few updates:
    Tinted all the windows and windshield (no pic)

    Installed Rago Fabrication ditch brackets and pod lights.
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    Installed Rago Fabrication hidden bumper brackets and 30" single row light bar
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    Wiring the lights in is the difficult part, I wanted a clean installation and did not want multiple harnesses all over the place. I choose to go with a Bussmann RTMR and 80A circuit breaker. I picked it up a few months ago from a Tacoma World member that pre-wired it up with a harness with switch backs. The best location I could come up with that was easy access and would not block other things was the space right behind the passenger side headlight. I measured out the available space and drew up a couple options for a bracket, then made cardboard versions so I could test fit and make adjustments before cutting the metal.
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    Test fitting to the bracket
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    Test fitting in the truck
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    All wired up and painted
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    Ran the switch wires thru the firewall and made up the wire ends for the weatherproof connector.
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  22. Aug 25, 2017 at 5:26 AM
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    Cfincke

    Cfincke [OP] Mall Crawler but capable

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    Finished installing the RTMR
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    Installed a pair of KC cyclone lights under the hood
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    Installed switches in the center console, have room for future additions
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    Switch placement since the platinums and 1794's have no other free space for them. Have room for some growth and already have plans for blanks
     
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  23. Aug 25, 2017 at 5:37 AM
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    Cfincke

    Cfincke [OP] Mall Crawler but capable

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    Picked up a Rago fabrication flag pole holder and one of their non-rail mounts, but mounted to my rail so the flag pole would clear my Retrax cover.
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    Had washed the truck and mounted a flag for a San Antonio Tundra Crew fundraiser that was last month for the fallen San Antonio police officer
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    Picked up a white platinum grille locally for a great price. Had the surround and hood bulge color matched to match the truck. Have plans to replace the grille insert with a custom one.
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    Plan is to eventually replace the chrome and light grey bumper and bull bar with a Magnum RT or similar steel plate bumper.
     
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  24. Oct 14, 2017 at 7:24 PM
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    Cfincke

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    Haven't updated in a while, but have not done much to the truck.

    Picked up a pair of Baja Design sport wide cornering lights and the mounting kit with bezels. These things are bright, almost overpowering the stock low beams.
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    I received the FRAC harness from TundraTex At the end of September. I picked up the same camera I saw a few users with the Pro grille using (I don't have a pro grille but plan on replacing mine with a custom one at the end of the year). I learned the camera has to mount with the bolt shaft vertical, was hoping for horizontal. New camera will be in my future. No photos of the install, was under a time crunch. I followed @BlueBottle install write-up but rotated the switches 90 degrees, that I allowed me to keep the insulated terminal connectors that comes on the harrness.

    Picked up a sub box with Image Dynamic 10's and a JL HD750/1 amp from 1upper. Will be a while till I can install them as the JBL system requires the factor amp under the seat to remain if you keep the stock head unit, so a processor will be required. Leaning towards the JL Fix.
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    Cleaned up the truck for Texas Tundra meets that happened this weekend.
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  25. Oct 14, 2017 at 7:31 PM
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    BlueBottle

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    Nice! Yeah these squadrons are bright af... can’t imagine the pros. Do you run yours in the streets or off-road only?

    Do you have picture of just the lower valance light on? Link to that light? I want I light down there too. Either there or behind my pro grill.
     
  26. Oct 14, 2017 at 7:38 PM
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    Cfincke

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    tundra crew texas takeover
    I joined in for a photo shoot up on logs
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    Photos from the Friday and Saturday meets
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  27. Oct 14, 2017 at 7:52 PM
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    2014 CM TSS MGM 4WD SR5 5.7FF
    Rough Country 4.5" lift / 35x12.50R20 Toyo Open Country AT II/ 20" Fuel rims "Mavericks" (Came with) / S&B CAI/ 2-10" Rockford Fosgates R2/ Massive Audio Nano N2 amp (Came with)/ KatSkins seat covers (Came with)/ Weathertechs window vent visors and floor mats/ 1A-AUTO.com aftermarket tow mirrors/ Undercover tonneau bed cover/ Viper alarm 3305V/ Flowmaster Super 40 Dual in-out/ 40" led light bar/ TRD Pro grille/Rough Country 30" LED light bar/TRD rear sway bar/ Ranch Hand legend grille gaurd
    Did u not like the LED light bars under the rear bumpers?
     
  28. Oct 14, 2017 at 7:59 PM
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    Cfincke

    Cfincke [OP] Mall Crawler but capable

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    Chris
    San Antonio
    Vehicle:
    2014 Tundra 1794 CM 5.7 4x4 sunset bronze
    2002 Tundra SR5 with Fabtech adjustable coil-overs to level the truck
    I moved them to the 2002 tundra. I wanted a cleaner install and was not fond of the lights hanging down from the bumper
     
  29. Oct 14, 2017 at 8:01 PM
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    aramirez73

    aramirez73 The Ayatollah! of Rock n Rolla!

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    THE...ONLY STATE...TEXAS
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    2014 CM TSS MGM 4WD SR5 5.7FF
    Rough Country 4.5" lift / 35x12.50R20 Toyo Open Country AT II/ 20" Fuel rims "Mavericks" (Came with) / S&B CAI/ 2-10" Rockford Fosgates R2/ Massive Audio Nano N2 amp (Came with)/ KatSkins seat covers (Came with)/ Weathertechs window vent visors and floor mats/ 1A-AUTO.com aftermarket tow mirrors/ Undercover tonneau bed cover/ Viper alarm 3305V/ Flowmaster Super 40 Dual in-out/ 40" led light bar/ TRD Pro grille/Rough Country 30" LED light bar/TRD rear sway bar/ Ranch Hand legend grille gaurd
    What brand and bright? Sweet build btw!
     
  30. Oct 14, 2017 at 8:05 PM
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    Cfincke

    Cfincke [OP] Mall Crawler but capable

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    Chris
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    2014 Tundra 1794 CM 5.7 4x4 sunset bronze
    2002 Tundra SR5 with Fabtech adjustable coil-overs to level the truck
    The flush mounted ones are Rigid with their diffused lens for wide spread, the ones i moved to the 2002 are generic ones from Amazon
     
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