2005 DC Toyota Tundra - THE COUCH - Prelander - SF BAY AREA


I build Boat Anchors
2005 Toyota Tundra
190k miles - Automatic
Stealth Custom Series 17x8.5 - One off Color
with Falken 285/75/17s
4x4 BTF long travel/working 4wd, Spindles have TC gussets
2.5x8in King Coil-overs with 2.0x2.0 King Bumps
Mcneil Fiberglass / Color-matched
Rear spring under axle with Deaver Springs and Custom Hangers and DMZ Mr. Beefy Spring under U-Bolt plates.
Custom bolt in bed cage and 2.5x16in Locked Off road tripple Bypass shocks.
Truck has Dual Optima Batteries with a Blue Seas7622 HD ACR battery controller.
Switch Pro controls all the lights, including rear KC amber dust light, Leds in the bed for cooking or what ever. Has the KC RGB rock lights through out the truck.
Kenwood double din DDX3 - Kicker components front and rear With a Rockford Fosgate P3 8in, and an alpine amp.
Blue Seas Dual 4x8 Usb Chargers x 2.
Has Weather Tech floor matts.
Scan Gauge 2 specific to read Trans Temps.
On board 12 gallon Front Runner water tank mounted in bed with 12v pump and spray nozzle.
5gallon Gas jug mount fitted to rear bed cage.
BTF Quick Release Fire Extinguisher.
Custom Bumpers front and rear with Custom rock sliders that match. Rear bumper still has Receiver.
Front bumper has 3 Led lights, that fit in the bumper, comes with 4 hella 4000’s two work and two are ready for HIS Conversion.. i can give you Ballasts if you want.
Also will come with a Roof Top Tent Rack for the bed. Stock floor mats and im sure a few other doodads I'm forgetting, if i remember i will add to it.
This truck was professionally built and is not a hack job.
Also comes with AJT designs Key FOB for the truck..


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Can you post photos of the front suspension please?

What is the travel of front and also of rear suspension?

Also, what sort of fuel economy does it get? Has it been re-geared at all?

Does it have posi rear or open diff?

Nice truck.
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I build Boat Anchors
I get around 14 strapped in the front, and about 14 in the rear. I have the rear bumped early so i dont destroy my rear fenders. With a set of glass fenders you could see two more inches of up travel. It is a limited slip in the rear. and with the tire size i have now, i have not regeared. I am not a huge tire fan and decided to keep them smaller for the type of truck this is. Fuel economy on longer trips gets around 12-14 depending on whos driving. I also run pretty much only 91 octane in it as well.