TundraBirds Go! Picture Thread for Tundras and T-100s

Falkon

Adventurer
Nice Tunny Dangersquirell! What is your lift/wheels/tires combo?

I keep thinking about selling my Enkeis to get some 17"s, but man i love those rims.
 

DangerSquirrel

New member
Just 5100s on the top notch - BFG ATs 285/75 r16 Can't remember brand of wheels, came on the truck.. Heli something..

In the market for an ARB type bumper and some sliders
 

DangerSquirrel

New member
Yes, I'm using the stock springs. I couldn't be happier with the ride. Soaks up bumps and I think it handles better on highways too. 5100s and tire combos are a pretty beat to death subject on the tundra forums. It's a great upgrade if you're looking for a couple three inches.
 

Falkon

Adventurer
Thanks Squirrel. Yeah i had not heard from anyone on the 5100s from an Expo perspective yet though.
 

Blender

Adventurer
specs on the truck?
2001 Tundra:
Donahoe extended coilovers, Total Chaos uniball upper arms, Rear ARB airlocker, Custom rear bumper, ARB sahara bar front bumper, OEM Toyota FJ Cruiser steelies with 285/75/17 (34") Toyo MTs.

I try to keep it as close to stock as possible.
 

Petrolburner

Explorer




Simple eye bolt through the floor makes putting two bikes in the back a million times easier.



Just flexed a bit! It does not squat down with the weight of the bikes in the back and a Toytec 2 inch add a leaf.
 

dubk_trd

Observer
2001 Tundra:
Donahoe extended coilovers, Total Chaos uniball upper arms, Rear ARB airlocker, Custom rear bumper, ARB sahara bar front bumper, OEM Toyota FJ Cruiser steelies with 285/75/17 (34") Toyo MTs.

I try to keep it as close to stock as possible.

nice, how hard was it to install the arb locker?
 

Blender

Adventurer
nice, how hard was it to install the arb locker?
It wasn't bad at all. I pulled the third member myself, then brought it to gearinstalls.com who is somewhat close to me. Zuk took care of it and i picked up my third member all ready to go with the air fitting already drilled/tapped. The hardest part is not damaging the axle seals when sliding in/out the axleshafts.

The electrical is pretty straightforward when using the ARB compressor and harness.
 
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