Bailey's 2010 Tundra w/ FWC | Adventure Build & Photos


BJ's Tundra :)
Looking good! I’m glad to see more tundras on here. Curious about which sliders you go with, I’ve been thinking about them also.

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Looks great! I need to add the BD fogs and some extra reverse lights to mine as well.
I've also been looking at sliders for my 2011 Tundra, and I've narrowed it down to three choices.

White Knuckle Offroad

Demello Offroad

rocky road outfitters

Hope this helps.
I just bought the rocky road (they're running a shipping special) and they are beefy. Seems like their old design caught some flack but this new design is bomber. Hoping to put them on next week sometime. They're pretty heavy.
We just released some Rock Sliders for the 2007-2018 Toyota Tundra CrewMax. Here are some of the specs and info:

- 1/4” steel plate mounts and gussets
- 2” .188 wall steel square tube
- 2” .156 wall DOM round tube
- Bolt-on Installation
- Requires drilling 6 holes per side in bottom of frame
- Fits Second Gen (07-13) and Third Gen (14-18) Tundras
- Only works on CREWMAX cab configurations.

Don't want to hijack your thread. Let us know if you have any questions

Thanks everyone for posting up some options! I've got a little saving to do... man those Pelfrey ones look beefy :sombrero:

In the mean time, I've got a minor facelift coming for the Tundra, here is how she currently sits:


BJ's Tundra :)
How are you liking the shell and fogs?.... getting ready to do the same on my 2013
Loving them! The Baja Designs fogs I use almost any chance I can. The camper shell is great too! It's not in perfect shape which is nice so I don't have to worry about a few nicks or scratches. I don't plan on removing it anytime soon unless going to a different camper.


BJ's Tundra :)
More truck photos. Found some sweet camp sites an hour from home. Can't wait for the weather to warm up a little more.

Any CO peeps that want to camp or hit the trails let me know
(New to the area - I need more Colorado friends :D)



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You might want to look at Budbuilt sliders. I have a 2012 Tundra RW and the Budbuilt sliders were the second addition I made, after a camper shell for the dogs.

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BJ's Tundra :)
Well, it looks like I've decided what "Big" purchase will come down the road. Been looking at ways to camp out of the truck and the CrewMax bed is just a little too short for me. I've always been a fan of VW Camper Vans and their pop-tops. After doing some research I stumbled upon Go Fast Campers.

Pricing starts at $5,000 and the unit weighs around 200lbs. I'm sure on the Tundra it'll be a tiny bit heavier.

I'm looking forward to seeing them in-person at Overland Expo West. This would allow me to camp almost anywhere and not have to deal with the ground tent. I also like how the sides can hinge up or be removed if desired. Time to start saving my pennies.

Besides that, I've considered swapping the Front and Rear suspension for something from Dobinsons. I loved my Fox shocks but this truck doesn't need $3k + in suspension. It will quickly turn into my FJ build if I go that route.