The winch is a Warn Zeon 10-S Platinum with a SDHQ hidden winch mount, it is a very clean install.Not to hijack, but....sancap, whos hidden winch is that?
Both of your trucks are looking really good.
I’m getting a transferflow in September and I’m really looking forward to not going to the gas station every third dayNice work, I will be following this as I am building my 2015 Tundra. I went with a 3 inch lift with a new rear spring pack and air bags, front and rear ARB lockers, 10K hidden bumper winch, TRD sway bar. I have the AT Summit camper/topper, I didn't want to wait a year for the GFC. So far I am happy with my decision. I still have 33's on it as I bought them before I started this build. I need more skid plates and sliders.
Do you have a 35" spare and does it fit underneath?
Are you considering the Transferflow fuel tank or the LRA 46 gallon tank?
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Your right Runt!A 35" tire will fit if you take a hammer to the spare tire guide tabs.
You are welcome. I have a CBI off road built twin swing, tire carrier with tables, 4 fuel can carrier, axe , shovel and high-lift mount.....i.e. lots of weight Tire carriers are fantastic kit but add a lot of weight and Aluminess bumper and a 35" spare is still a significant weight so far off the rear axle. Unless you upgrade your rear suspension i would advise against it. Before I upgraded my whole rear suspension to accommodate the camper I ran a OEM pack with two add a leafs to compensate for the weight. With out add a leafs my springs had the curve going the wrong way.Your right Runt!
You saved me $ 4,000 lol
I’m not sure it’s Toyota approved but I’m going to give it a go
I’m still considering an Aluminess Bumper with the Box, bike rack and spare tire swing
In a way less is more and
Having less weight and the spare tire lower is actually better and the spare sits higher than the muffler or stock bumper
So no breakaway clearance issue having the tire in the stock location