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Updated on Apr 01, 2013
Page 2: Exterior
EGR bug shield $70 This is a bolt on setup.
Euro taillights $150 Ziebart. Always wanted a set. Told myself that it would be the first mod on the truck. Ended up being the 3rd. The taillights can be purchased or viewed on Ebay.
Factory Toyota Step bars that I bought used and restored them. $50 $35POR 15, $30 sand blasted $20 installation. Yes I'll admit I have too much money tied up into these.
Factory 2" Toyota Piping into the 2.24" aftermarket exhaust piping.
Flowmaster 40 Series Dual in Dual out. Resonators removed. Its loud $340.
Visit my You Tube Page to access my exhaust videos.
www.tundrasolutions.com Great club to join.
Vent visor 4 piece set. This is my 2nd set. 1st set lasted about 5 years. But the glue was starting to not stick anymore and one of them was cracked.
265/75/R16. This is the biggest tire size that one can install on a tundra with stock suspension and no rubbing issues. But it does throw your speedometer off 2MPH.
Diameter: 31.6in tires
265/70/R16 The tires that I've been running on the truck since new.
Diameter: 30.6 in tires
4 ft international CB antennas.
2/2010 I bought a set of Wilson 5000 Trucker antennas. I had to get the SWR tuned since it was around 2.4-2.5 on the meter. The CB shop raised the height on the antennas which brought the SWR down to around 1.7-1.8 SWR. I'm receiving up 6 miles away and communicating up to 5 miles away. Though I'm trying to get more out of it. $80 each $160 TA Truck Stop Girard Ohio off of I-80.
With the old International antennas I was receiving and communicating around 3 miles.
I bought an Astatic Magnet mount and took back one of the Wilson 5000 Truck antennas. Mount was $15. My SWr dropped to 1.3-1.5 on the SWR meter.
I bought some Auto zone chrome trim. I'm not sure if I like the look or not.
Got the step bars welded back onto the truck. Its nice having that extra step to get into the truck. But its even nicer when one needs to clean the windshield. Took them back to get sandblasted along with painting. Cost me $80.
A friend of mine welded a bracket that connected from the step bars to the frame. Usually the front part of the step bar is bolted to the body. Well that is how it was on my buddies Tundra. These are factory step bars too.
My Toyota factory spare wheel wasn't looking to good either. So when the truck was getting the frame replaced, I went ahead and dismounted the tire from rim and took the wheel over to the sand blasting shop. Cost me $40 to have it sand blasted and painted. Then another $5 to have the wheel mounted back onto the tire along with balancing.
The fiberglass antennas are not hooked up. This is just to show you what it looks like. Also I noticed while running this setup for some reason my SWR on channels 38-40 are over a 2.0. But I think the fiberglass antennas are interfering with the Wilson 5000.
12-27-2010 Was getting sick and tired of trying to get an accurate reading with the 5" diameter magnet so I decided to upgrade. Bought a triangle shaped 3-5" diameter magnet mount. I had to do a little SWR tuning and now its at a 1.1-1.2 on channel 19
I bought a set of 20's ENKIE Deep 6 wheels. They were only found on 2005-2006 Toyota TundraXSP southern style trucks found mainly the carolina's and further south. I came across these wheels on Craigslist in Akron Ohio and drove out to purchase them. They have average wear and tear and on them and look pretty decent on my truck I think. I've always wanted a set of these rims on my truck and I feel I picked them up for a fair price.
Well as some members on here like to use big money to show how deep their rims are this is all I have.
Updated pictures of my tundra. Just washed and waxed it ready to sell.
Truck is all cleaned up and so are the wheels.
Page:4 Engine Upgrades
Page:6 Window Tint
Page:7 Mods list price
Page:8 Frame Recall Restoration
Page:9 Detailing equipment and other photos.
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it looks great man!..5 stars for sure!..
NIce truck man!
Wheels look sharp on it.
Cool looking Toyota, but I think the Frontier was definitely an upgrade!
Sit even I like it that how I want mine
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