2004 Tundra Adventure Cab - Build/Adventure Thread

Kpack

Adventurer
I want this. I've been putting it off for a while, but I lost one of my factory bump stops so I've been trying hard not to bottom out. I'd have much more piece of mind with these.
 

toyotech

Expedition Leader
I want this. I've been putting it off for a while, but I lost one of my factory bump stops so I've been trying hard not to bottom out. I'd have much more piece of mind with these.
I been running no bumps with my old flip kit cuz the factory ones don’t fit. The Overland springs do really well and I hardly bottom out. With that said I can’t wait to try these bad boys out. Should be able to really bomb it down dirt roads lol.


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toyotech

Expedition Leader
Been trying out these AG Stealth HD U-Bolt Flip Kit. So far they have been great. The lowest profile bumps possible after doing a u bolt flip.

Option 4 comes complete ready to be installed. Hardware is top notch and it’s powdercoated.






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smokeysevin

Observer
Interesting bump stop upper mount, the rear pad things on my 01 are basically flush with the frame and do not hang down. I will try and remember to take a picture tonight.

Sean
 

trailscape

Explorer
Nice! You've really been putting that truck to use. I feel like I'm always working on mine, or needing to finish something on it.
 

toyotech

Expedition Leader
Nice! You've really been putting that truck to use. I feel like I'm always working on mine, or needing to finish something on it.
Haha trust me. Spent a lot of time working on mine in between each trip. It never ends. I’m about to tear down all my accessory wiring front to back and redo them all to be more presentable


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trailscape

Explorer
I've been thinking of going with a set of the KO2's this year. I really liked the KO's when I had my 02.

These pics are making me consider going beyond stock size.
 

Kpack

Adventurer
I've liked my KO2's for everything except for the lack of wheel protection. The Duratrac's have a heavy bead that sticks out from the rim, protecting it from rock strikes and scrapes. But the KO2's are better on the road and so far have been great for wheeling. Good in snow too, but the Duratrac's were every bit as good there.
 
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