Thread: New additions

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Dec 2005
    Location
    King George, VA
    Posts
    2,685

    Default New additions

    Well, finally got around to installing my light and power outlet in the bed. They're fused and I wired a switch in the dash to redundantly shut off the power to them; just in case I forget to shut off the light!

    Earlier I replaced the wiper blades with longer ones, I was annoyed during a rainstorm that the wipers did not cover all the windshield. now they do.
    Attached Images Attached Images
    Movin' right along.In search of good times and good news,
    With good friends you can't lose, This could become a habit..
    Opportunity knocks once, let's reach out and grab it.
    Together we'll nab it. We'll hitch-hike, bus or yellow cab it!
    Cab it?

    CrowsWing
    Benroy Teardrop on TnTTT
    CrowsWing Benroy Teardrop on ExPo
    The 220,000 Mile Tundra

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Dec 2005
    Location
    Sandy, UT
    Posts
    7,190
    Very cool!
    Kurt Williams
    Cruiser Outfitters
    Your original outfitter for OME - ARB - AA - Safari - Helton - Engel - Since 1992
    Join us on Facebook
    ExpeditionUtah - A lifelong project of exploring Utah
    kurt@cruiseroutfitters.com

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Jun 2005
    Location
    Prescott, AZ
    Posts
    13,878
    Nice job and very clean install. I used the same 12v outlet on my platform. It has a fully sealed rear connection and durable hinge.

    It is fun to watch your Tundra build. A great platform IMO.

    During my Baja trip, I saw more Tundras than any other Toyota. They were everywhere, and for good reason.
    Scott Brady
    Overland Journal
    D1 | LJ78 | LR4 | MKIII | J8 | G-Wagen | Range Rover Classic | TE630

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Dec 2005
    Location
    King George, VA
    Posts
    2,685
    Thanks. I really love my Tundra. We bought it new after a very bad Dakota died. The only reason we bought the Tundra and not a Tacoma was for the extra hauling capacity, we were remodeling a farmhouse at the time, now the extra capacity comes in handy for camping, and hauling a weeks worth of food to OBX.
    Movin' right along.In search of good times and good news,
    With good friends you can't lose, This could become a habit..
    Opportunity knocks once, let's reach out and grab it.
    Together we'll nab it. We'll hitch-hike, bus or yellow cab it!
    Cab it?

    CrowsWing
    Benroy Teardrop on TnTTT
    CrowsWing Benroy Teardrop on ExPo
    The 220,000 Mile Tundra

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •