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Toyota Tundra Accessories and Modifications

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  • I hear you...I will be extremely careful in deciding to let CT touch the truck....they do have one mechanic here who is very good and I would trust. They did a Benz for me a couple of years ago and it worked out okay. Anyway, thanks for the "heads up." I will source a Toyota dealer to see what they can do.
  • teach45teach45 Posts: 4
    I had the install done at CT in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. I did not go for the $25 kit and went with a kit manufactured by Standard Auto Parts (DRL-1). Check out the Tundra Solutions Forum(DRL's Issue Thread)posted by me. Installed in March/07 by CT electrical tech(his 1rst time), the unit was not available at CT but was picked up at a local auto parts supplier in PA. Cost about $140 for parts and install.
    I received detailed instructions from Standard Auto website as to install specific to the Toy Tundra(2005). To date unit works well with all the features of OEM. Good luck. If u need more info email.
  • Teach45: Thanks for the info....Our local NAPA has DRL Kit from Echlin (They told me Echlin and Standard are subsidiarly companies). I will let you know how I make out. Thanks again.
  • Just leased a 07 tundra last night & love it...but....
    TOO BIG for wifey....thought about side steps but this is a huge truck soooo....any suggestions anyone....
  • Have the same problem!! Only solution....get a bigger wife!!
  • eric102eric102 Posts: 122
    Or, install the Aries Deluxe 4" oval tubes. They look great and the wife isn't complaining anymore (at least about getting in the truck :) ).
  • znooriznoori Posts: 1
    Can you please tell me the tec name and Number at Prince Albert CT to ask him the supplier and diagram to install DRL in my truck.

    Thanks
  • h20h20 Posts: 42
    Can anyone direct me to a good site to view and or purchase a bed divider for a 07 tundra crew max.

    Thanks in advance, h20
  • lcw1lcw1 Posts: 35
    Any recommendation on the type/make and where to buy is greatly appreciated.
  • I have a topper on my Tundra but when I drove a Dodge I used the Truxedo low profile tonneau cover - it worked great. Access tonneau covers are great also - there are the cover that Truxedo copied.
  • lcw1lcw1 Posts: 35
    Sure thanks
  • I've got four kids and therefore need seating for six. Our other car can seat us just fine, but in case that car is in the shop we need to be able to fit all of us in the Tundra (if we go through with purchasing a Tundra). I therefore need the bench front seat. I was told they can turn the cloth seats into leather using an after factory company to do the work. But in looking over the options it appears there are several I can't get with the bench front seat. So I'm wondering if there is any way to get a Limited model and turn the front bucket seats into a bench seat.

    Thanks,
    Nick
  • Can someone tell me the advantages/disadvantages between the 18" and 20" wheels? Just wondering if upgrading to the 20" wheels is something I would want to do.

    Thanks,
    Nick
  • h20h20 Posts: 42
    The differance is $$$$ lots of $$$$ unless you are trying to impress with bling bling bling don't bother with 20's. 18ings will do the trick.
  • no, your either gonna have to wait it out, or get a custom kit made. i just got mine done by hostile costoms in berneville pa. they did a great job !
  • nickdunickdu Posts: 3
    I recently purchased a 08 Tundra CrewMax. For the most part a base model because I needed the bench front seat. I'm wondering if there is a way for me to upgrade the side view mirrors to power collapsible ones?

    Thanks,
    Nick
  • I just bought a 08 Tundra double cab, right now i'm getting about 14-15 mpg. How much will the dual exhaust help in power and mpg? Mine is the two wheel drive with the TRD, with the 20'' wheels. Love the truck.

    Tonycam
  • yoteyote Posts: 2
    I really like the Tundra but today noticed what might be a show stopper. During the winter here in the mountains I sometimes need to use tire chains. However After looking at the front and rear wheels and suspension there is so little clearance I doubt that I'll be able to get a set on the tires. Has anyone got a solution to this problem??

    'yote
  • I'm planning on purchasing in-channel window vents for my 2008 Tundra. Has anyone had experience with these? I don't want to have a problem with wind noise when the window is closed or have the window back itself down as a safety feature if the vent gets in the way.
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