Bailey's 2010 Tundra w/ FWC | Adventure Build & Photos

BJ'sFJ

BJ's Tundra :)
Hey everyone!


I figured I would start a build thread for the new project. Picked up a 2010 Tundra, 4x4 Platinum w/ 106k miles December 13, 2017. From 12/13/17 to 12/17/18, the builds primary use was a Reliable DD that could get me anywhere I want and home at the end of the weekend. Just a Build for camping, road trips, and exploring with the pup (Ozzy) and Family/Friends. As of 12/18/18, I've been full-timing in my Four Wheel Camper Raven and working while on the road. Comment below if you have any questions about the setup


How she sits:





Lighting/Electrical:

Front Suspension:

Rear Suspension:

Miscellaneous Gear:

Wheels/Tires:

Interior:
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How I bought her:
 
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eaneumann

Adventurer
Looking good! I’m glad to see more tundras on here. Curious about which sliders you go with, I’ve been thinking about them also.


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gillbrak

Member
I just bought the rocky road (they're running a shipping special) and they are beefy. Seems like their old design caught some flack but this new design is bomber. Hoping to put them on next week sometime. They're pretty heavy.
 

Ajstro

New member
I just got a White Knuckle shipping quote for $255 with an additional $140 commercial vender delivery fee. I personally really like the white knuckle design, but paying $395 for shipping seems excessive. Is this a pretty typical price for shipping via freighter?
 

bkg

Explorer
I just got a White Knuckle shipping quote for $255 with an additional $140 commercial vender delivery fee. I personally really like the white knuckle design, but paying $395 for shipping seems excessive. Is this a pretty typical price for shipping via freighter?
that's crazy. I just had a 550# grappled bucket shipped via SAIA advertised as "free" by the retailer, but I picked it up at the terminal. IIRC, my All-Pro Tundra sliders were shipped freight and I picked them up at the terminal as well. Significantly cheaper, but requires a little extra effort.
 

pelfreybilt

Member
Thinking the truck could use some rock sliders / side steps. Any suggestions?
We just released some Rock Sliders for the 2007-2018 Toyota Tundra CrewMax. Here are some of the specs and info:
http://www.pelfreybilt.com/product/2007-2018-tundra-crewmax-bolt-rock-sliders/



- 1/4” steel plate mounts and gussets
- 2” .188 wall steel square tube
- 2” .156 wall DOM round tube
- Bolt-on Installation
- Requires drilling 6 holes per side in bottom of frame
- Fits Second Gen (07-13) and Third Gen (14-18) Tundras
- Only works on CREWMAX cab configurations.

Don't want to hijack your thread. Let us know if you have any questions

-Pelfreybilt
www.pelfreybilt.com
 
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