We drove the AlCan, there are some scenic sections and took the Top of the World Highway to the Yukon boarder and onto Dawson City.
We stopped in Chicken for some gas,and to see the chicken
Dawson City ferry was the end of the Top of the World Highway. We stayed in Dawson for the night...
Part 2 of the trip. Picked up the truck in Anchorage. Da Bears in Denali, a 1 ton pumpkin in Palmer, a sea of red on the Denali highway, a wolverine on the Top of the World, a death on the dempster, a birth on the Inside Passage.
We spent a few days in Denali. Saw 20 some bears, a few close...
1 iM2400 @ 20$
Has some fasteners in it and glued in dividers that can be removed and cleaned up. Penetrations can be sealed with RTV or similar.
1 iM2400 @ 40$
Used, no issues
1 im2200 Yellow @ 40
1 1200 Orange @ 25
velcro the bottom?
2005 and up have a different tab on the double cabs. The top works, but the bottom tabs are removed and held on by industrial velcro on my truck.
I drove up Seattle area, saw a few things along the way, spent a few days around Anchorage, put the truck in storage and flew home. I cant be gone from work for a few weeks so we split up the trip.
This was the first long camping trip with the Tundra, camper, and my build out...
1st gen tundra doesnt have the volume of support as other platforms, suspension is covered, bumper options are pretty limited. There are a few builds kicking around to get ideas from. Feel free to DM for any specific questions.
I was in the same place. I don't like the chin look of a lot of these bumpers. 1st gen doesn't have a lot of options though so understand its lack of options as much as liking a particular style on this platform.
This one is a replica of another guys I found. The guy with a 00' SASed Tundra...
Thanks man. I would have liked to buy something too!
This turn out really well and I was able to get the winch all the way back. Its hard to tell from picture, but it sticks out a couple inches past OEM.