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    Gen 1 Tundra Alignment Cam Part Numbers

    Another possible option I came across. Selling used sets per side at $47 https://www.ebay.com/itm/172542984362
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    Trailscape's 06 Tundra

    Ever tested those with a meter? They've been holding up for you? I've had really bad luck with ebay lights in the past. There's a pile in the garage somewhere. lol Here's what I'm running, https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01MYR90F8/
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    Trailscape's 06 Tundra

    A lot of the light is catching the front of my hood. I'm hoping I can still adjust them some without needing to raise the height.
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    Trailscape's 06 Tundra

    Got a toolbox mounted up to the rack. I think it'll work alright. I used some aluminum angle and mounted it between the rails to get it a bit lower. Thinking of placing a small fairing in front of it. Playing around with the lighting. I think this setup might work a little better. I need to...
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    Leibbrand's 06 DC Limited Tundra Build

    That looks nice. I'm still trying to make or find a decent set of these for an access cab.
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    2004 Tundra Adventure Cab - Build/Adventure Thread

    I can see the bedside stickers now. :LOL: "TRD Moon-Terrain" "TRD Interstellar Edition" "SR5 Asteroid Crawler" "Kessell PreRunner"
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    Cream of the Cra.... inexpensive TIRES! Let's get this on the table.

    I've only seen Mastercraft tires in the northeast or on vehicles from that region. What price range constitutes a "budget" tire? Usually, I can find the brand names for the same price with a bit of shopping around. My truck had "Hercules All-Trac A/T" when I got it.
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    2005 Tundra novice build - "The Rez"

    I always figured anything over 200 was a bad thing myself, but here's what I could dig up. I searched for info on the A750F transmission, not Tundra specific. What I gather is ideal below 200, but short intervals of 200-230 may be okay. Here's some good links below for further research. Normal...
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    Trailscape's 06 Tundra

    Both trans coolers installed. Thought I'd try out some stainless braided hose.. What a pain in the ass that stuff is. Save yourself a headache too, always buy some good new clamps. Ideal brand work great. I didn't put the fan back in place yet.
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    2004 Tundra Adventure Cab - Build/Adventure Thread

    I was a little worried after seeing this in another thread, but it doesn't seem like a trend. https://www.expeditionportal.com/forum/threads/adventure-tool-companys-4wd-provan-tiger-build.139003/page-18#post-2614337
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    2004 Tundra Adventure Cab - Build/Adventure Thread

    I've been thinking of going with a set of the KO2's this year. I really liked the KO's when I had my 02. These pics are making me consider going beyond stock size.
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    2000 Toyota Tundra

    Ball joints, steering rack, CV axles, timing belt replacement. I had a 2002 and now a 2006. Above were the the needed repairs on both. Doesn't hurt to take a good look at the upper and lower control arm bushings. Check for any broken leaf springs.
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    2005 Tundra novice build - "The Rez"

    Anyone actually know how the oem transmission cooler works? It seems it runs as a bypass until the temps hit 180+ and then it actually starts to cool. I have a B&M cooler installed and just put the oem one back in as well. I'll see temps go over 180 and then quickly drop to about 160.
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    Trailscape's 06 Tundra

    Yeah. It's one I had originally molded into the overhead sunglass holder. Lots of epoxy resin and sanding. Fortunately, I usually only kept sunglasses there.
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    Trailscape's 06 Tundra

    Right? It's curious to me since they were in many other vehicles. I guess they figured we only needed lots of cup holders.
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