2014 Toyota A.R.E. Ultimate Fishing Tundra – Featured Vehicle
There are fishing trucks and then there are FISHING TRUCKS. Put this custom 2014 Toyota Tundra in the later category. With an assortment of angler-friendly modifications, it is ready to reel in a big one in style. Check it out.
The folks over at A.R.E., a leading truck cap and tonneau cover manufacture, have built this “ultimate fishing truck.” This cutting edge truck is coming to a 2014 Bassmaster tournament series events being held around the country.
Beneath the wrapping are some engine improvements and pretty awesome custom bed cargo area.[/caption]Underneath the extensive wrapping is a Bully Dog tuned engine with a Magnaflow exhaust and K&N air intake.
Where it really shines is in the bed. Bryan Baker from A.R.E. told Wired2Fish.com adding features every angler would love was their goal.
“The truck features a top of the line Z-Series truck cap, along with our Pickup Vault lockable bed storage system, and CargoGlide roll-out cargo tray,” said Bryan Baker, director of marketing, A.R.E. “These three products together, along with other great accessories such as Rigid Industries light bars, A.R.E.’s new Rod Pod, and Dick Cepek tires, all helped to build a truck that any avid fisherman would love to have.”
The complete list of features include:
- A.R.E. Pickup Vault Lockable Storage Drawers
- A.R.E. Z Series Truck Cap
- A.R.E. Rod Pod
- Air Lift Company Air Spring Kit and Wireless Control System
- BedRug Polypropylene Carpeted Bedliner
- BOLT(r) Receiver Lock and Padlocks
- Bully Dog Gauge Tuner
- Bushwacker Fender Flares
- CargoGlide(r) Roll Out Tray System
- Dick Cepek Tires
- Hellwig Sway Bars
- K&N Air Intake
- Magnaflow Exhaust System
- Monster Hooks Recovery Hooks
- N-Fab Steps and Bumpers
- Rigid Industries Light Bars
- Skyjacker(r) Suspension System
- Surco Roof Basket
- TIS Monster Energy Edition Wheels
- Yakima Tower Series Roof Rack
Learn more about A.R.E.’s unique products by visiting their website. Trust us, we looked. They are pretty cool.
What do you think? Is there something missing that an angler would want?
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