Xtreme Lowz Toyota Tundra – Tattoo Paint Job, TV in Dash

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While many use full-size trucks for such practical things like towing, hauling and being a work truck. There is always another way to use such trucks like making a low-rider out of it. Yep, a low-riding Tundra with a Tacoma Bed. Don’t believe us? Check out the video.

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The low-riding truck was customized by Joel Gromit. It is a 2004 Toyota Tundra TRD and is “bagged and bodied on 24″s” from Xtreme Lowz Riverside, California. The video was shot by GrinderTV.

According to the Xtreme Lowz website, the body has been altered with:

  • Sheet Metal Bed Floor
  • Body Dropoed Bed
  • Shaved Moldings
  • Tubbed for 24s
  • One Off Lexani Front Grill
  • Smooth and Painted Bed Rails
  • Color Matched SEM Bed Liner

Whether you like low-riders or not, it is tough to argue about how nice the paint job came out. The paint consists of:

  • Color Horizon Real Blue
  • Fully Airbrushed Roof
  • Tattoo Style Art
  • Fully Painted Interior w/Airbrushing
  • Rims Painted with Airbrushing
  • All Airbrushing Covered in Candy Blue

How does it get so low? With these parts:

  • Stock Floor Body Drop
  • 4 Link
  • Custom Made Drop Spindals and Upper and Lower Arms
  • Tacoma Rearend
  • Slam Bags all Around
  • Bilstien Shocks
  • Custom Made Wish Bone
  • Tubbed for 24s
  • 2 Viar 480c Compressors, 10 Gallon Air Tank, 1.5″ Line
  • Accuair: Valves, Sensors, E-Level
  • Front/Rear Tires
    • 24inch Lexani Rims Fully Painted w/Air Brushing
    • Joes Tires 24inch Tires

While this isn’t the first, and probably won’t be the last, custom low-riding Tundra it is interesting to see what others do with their truck. The tattoo style art work definitely is a conversation piece as well as the many different interior accessories like the TV and steering-wheel.

One thing the video didn’t show was how well the seat belts work. Wonder if that was an oversight.

On another note, there is an amusing set of comments on the Youtube page about how much this low-riding truck can tow.  Not really sure towing capacity was what Mr. Gromit had in mind when he customized it.

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  1. Mickey says:

    Not just the tow capability is gone but in reality the price of the truck if damage he won’t get it. Insurances will cover only what it cost to replace and paint not custom. Hopefully he doesn’t get into an accident. I’m not much into it being low, but when I saw sparks coming out of the rear as he was going down the road I wonder if that’s what it was suppose to do. If so he can easily get pulled over.

    • Jason (Admin) says:

      Mickey – You’re right on all counts, but I still love that truck. It’s ridiculous (in a good way).

  2. Tonie says:

    its a show truck, get off his nuts.

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