Toyota Tundra 1SICTOY – Featured Truck
Tim Esterdahl | Jun 28, 2013 | Comments 8
This truck is exactly like the license plate tells us – 1SICTOY. It is a stunner with a smooth finish and a great collection of accessories.Owner Jeff Bailey says that the wheels are 24″ boss 330 with Falken rubber. The special drop kit it’s a Mcguaghy’s 4/6 kit. And there is a Gibson Catback exhaust custom run out in front of right rear tire.
Other cool addons are:
- Recon black housing projector
- 5pc billet grill
- afe ram air intake
- HID lights in low beams and fog lights
- body matched color mirrors, door handles, and bumpers
- Katskinz two tone leather interior
- Pioneer dvd/nav 7in head unit
- 1800 power acoustic amp
- 2 12in power acoustic competition shallow mount subs
- All interior lights are LED
- Gaylords low profile bed lid with actuator
- Sprayed bed liner
- Viper alarm
- Black housing LED third brake light
- DT MOTO black housing LED taillights
All of these additions make this truck look SWEET! Great job!
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It looks cool enough, but in my neck of the woods, there are a few words that should never appear in the same sentence. Truck and two-wheel drive.
Just a clarification. I mean no disrespect to all the fine people who own, and drive 2WD trucks. It’s just a matter of living in Alaska where the roads tend to be covered with snow and ice about five months of the year.
Even in the summer, many leave a little to be desired. I need 4WD to get to my cabin, and favorite fishing spots.
If I lived in a city in the lower 48, I could probably get by with just the rear wheels spinning. Not so, around here.
Really nice. Like that it’s all the same color. No chrome.
I like the looks, what color is it?
2wd lowered effect not for me, but does catch my eye, nice job.
mk I think that’s Slate grey.
Lotsa time and money went into that truck. I didn’t think i’d like 24″ wheels on a Tundra but seeing them in black and on a lowered ride looks cool!
How loud is the exhaust in front of the rear tire? How’s the ride with the Mcgaughy drop kit? It looks just right!
very nice looking truck. i want to drop mine as well but having a difficult time locating a shop that would do a great job.
Seems like finding the “right” shop is always half the battle these days.