Installing Custom Fuel Offroad Wheels and a Switch-pros Wiring Panel to our Toyota Tundra Overland Project
Trail Ready Tundra: Part Five
Trail Ready Tundra: Part One
2014 Toyota Tundra- Trail Ready Tundra: Part Two
Adding an ARE Shell, Bed Rug, and Topper Lift to Our Overland Project Toyota
We Install a Front Runner Low Profile Roof Rack on a 2014 Toyota Tundra
We're calling our Toyota Tundra Overland project done. For now, anyway. If you've been following along for the last four installments, you know that started with a clean 2014 platinum, then handled the suspension with a BDS upper arm and Fox coilover kit. We added 35-inch Fuel tires to the existing Fuel wheels and added ADD bumpers and steps filled with Rigid LED lighting. We also added an ARE shell, Bedrug, and TopperLift to the Tundra to place the form and function on equal footing. Then we covered the entire roofline with a pair of low profile Front Runner Racks. We have just a couple more items to address before that final photo shoot at the beach.
We've been teasing the fact that there was going to be a wheel change. And since we're working with Thomas Hale from Fuel Offroad on this one, you know we just couldn't pick something off the shelf. Thomas whipped up a 20x9-inch set of Fuel's new Shok D665 design, but he coated them in a custom semi-transparen platinum that is used on some other MHT designs. The black center cap got the same treatment!
The other item we had to revisit is the Rigid LED lighting. We had yet to wire it up for two reasons. One, we were waiting for our Switch-Pros SP-9100 Switch Panel Power System, which as you will see, made the wiring a lot simpler. The other was that we wanted to work with the wiring pros at Cali-Raised Off-Road. They had us in and out in just a few hours with all the LEDs working with the touch of a button.
Check out the install below and stay 'til the end for the big reveal (final photos) Be sure to check out the websites in the source box to see what is available for your Toyota build, and check out all the related stories to see this Tundra build in its entirety.