Co-opski's 2011 Tundra Build Cache Camper

Co-opski

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OWNER: Co-opski
LOCATION: Sand Lake, AK
PURCHASED: September 2017 with 84,000 miles
YEAR: 2011, July 2011 build date
MAKE: Toyota
MODEL: XK50 Tundra TRD Crew Cab Rock Warrior
PAINT CODE: Black (202)
ENGINE: 3UR-FE 5.7L V8 Dual VVT-i producing 381hp at 5600rpm with 401 lb-ft at 3600
TRANSMISSION: Aisin Warner 6-Speed automatic AB60F
REAR DIFFERENTIAL: 4:30
PROTECTION: Toyota TRD Skid Plate
SUSPENSION:FRONT: Bilstien HD shocks and Revtek leveling kit 2.5".
REAR: Bilstien HD Shocks and 1.25"inch lift.
GAWR: 4150lbs
GAWF: 4000lbs
TIRES: Summer 285/75r17 BFG AT KO. Winter 255/75r18 Cooper MS carbide studded load range e.
WHEELS: Summer Toyota TRD 17 alloy wheels . Winter Method Grid wheels 18
BRAKES: 13.9" F 13.6R
STEERING: Stock
ELECTRICAL: relocated Toyota Sony backup camera from tailgate to cab-over camper Tundra Camera, Odyssey battery.
CAMPER:1996 Cache Camper 7 foot cab-over https://www.cachecamper.com/
Torklift International Camper frame mounted tie-downs and spring loaded XL turnbuckles. https://torklift.com/
Brophy 3 step aluminum folding camper stairs.
LED Camper lights
INTERIOR: WeatherTech Liners front
Marathon seat covers http://www.marathonseatcovers.com/ca...eat-covers.php
Small Action Packer with tool kit
Pictures to come
 
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Co-opski

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2nd trip out to Hatchers Pass for skiing. More adventures to come. I am getting it in on Thursday to have the Cooper MS studded tires put on. 255/70r18 on the 2015 TRD wheels.
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Co-opski

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Thanks guys! Well the TRD 18 inch wheels that I picked up at Northwest Auto had a bent rim. After ordering new sensors getting them mounted and balanced and an alignment, I'm back at the shop getting them taken off to return to Northwest. In the mean time I ordered a set of the Method Grid in Titanium 18x9 for my winter studs. When I was at the shop I also priced out the Old Man Emu kit for the truck. I have the Revtek 3in/1in leveling kit on now. I may just go with OME Heavies for the rear leaf springs and Nitrochargers and keep the spacer lift for the front.
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Co-opski

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Well I've been learning that if you deal with US made small companies that custom make items that you will be let down more than once.
My Marathon Seat Covers took 3 months and arrived stained and defective. They have been helpful in the return but I think these will be the last seat covers I buy from them. I've been a repeat customer and spent almost $600 for two trucks on this order and a meh product. Just a heads up to others.
 

Co-opski

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Photo dump winter 2018. Fairbanks new years down to -11 in the day not sure over night temp but it killed the battery from running the furnace all night. Denali, Turnagain Pass and Crow Pass. 20180101_135416.jpg 20180101_135746.jpg 20180101_140112.jpg 20180114_144535.jpg 20180222_093203.jpg
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Co-opski

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I just put down the payment for a set of Old Man Emu Med shocks and springs for front and rear. I have some Toyota heated towing mirrors to add also. Just adding some things that make it more at home.
Since that last photo dump I added a Yakima crossbar above the cab with a Thule 52" wind screen to help with wind noise.
 

Co-opski

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I added the TRD skid plate and an Odyssey battery for the old tired and very corroded Toyota battery. I am working on finding a time to get the rig in to get the OME installed.
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