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Sickest Tundra out there!
I need one just like this.
If only I could afford a Tundra, man..
That's a well-built Toyota right there.
one of the few yotas that id consider buying. the truck looks sweet, bro.
I'm going to always love this truck!
..really, what isn't there to love about it?
Those 42s are going to be so dope!
Nice rig! It's such an inspiration for all other full-size rigs out there.
Amazing truck! Any info on the grill you have on it?
It's just some random Amazon grill I found:
Are you running stock cv shafts?
Yea. I haven't broken any yet. I do have 3 spare OEM axles laying around just in case.
Did you have any issues with the coachbuilder tie rod ends hitting your coilovers? I Have heard This is an issue with the the bds kit. Just got my coilovers in the mail and i don't want to install them until i figure out a fix. i would love to hear your input. btw best tundra build i have seen!
Yea, they do hit on the coil springs at when the wheels are turned almost at max. They've rubbed off a lot of the paint on my springs. This shouldn't be an issue if you're using coilovers that are 2.0-bodied with 2.5" diameter springs. I have 2.5 coilovers with 3" springs. I haven't really been bothered by the cosmetic damage (there is some surface rust) because I'm replacing my tie rod ends when I go long-travel anyway.
That's sweet are you going to stack the longtravel onto the lift? I was talking to Camburg about doing that and they pretty much thought i was insane hahaha. I dont see why it couldnt work with a little custom work.
Sorry! I saw this comment late. Yea, I'm going to be stacking them. It is crazy if you initially think about it but it should be totally doable as long as you get custom coilovers. I've seen plenty of builds that've done this; granted, they might not wheel their trucks as hard.