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Old 05-23-2016, 05:53 PM
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Default 2010 Totally custom Tundra Crewmax, The best built street truck you will ever see!!

I have a 2010 Toyota Tundra SR5 4x4 crewmax for sale in amazing condition with absolutely everything custom inside and out. The Truck has low miles kept inside and very well taken care of. You will be hard pressed to find a Tundra Built like this, No expense was spared and probably have over $30,000 invested not including the truck cost.... I have put the best lift available on it, Brand NEW tires, And The 4.88 Nitro gear conversion no one bothers to do to compensate for the bigger tires. On Cruise this truck still gets 14-16 MPG at 50 mph the list goes on and on and will be outlined below.

Exterior:

Black Out Everything
Front and Rear bumpers Powder coated Textured Matt black
Tow package with aftermarket Electronic Brake controler
Extang Trifold Black hardtop
Bushwacker Pocket Rivet style fender flares painted to match
Painted to match door handles
Painted to match Extendable side mirrors
Painted to match Ram air hood scoop
Painted to match front Grill
Led running light strip in front body panels
Rockstar mesh grill
Billet Gas Cap
NFAB Nerf Bars
Billet Blackout Backup light housing cover
Aftermarket Halo smoke HID projector headlights with LEDs
Aftermarket Smoked rear LED tailights

Suspension wheels and tires:

BDS FOX racing 7.5" lift (+1" front and rear) with Stage 4 remote reservoir Fox Coilovers
Custom 4 Link rear traction bars
Custom 1" Rear Lift Shackles
Fox racing 2.0 rear shocks
New Brakes
BMF (SOTA) Battle Wheels 20" -19 Offset with wheel locks
Brand New Nitto Mud Grapler 37x 13.50x 20

Interior:

RBP Aluminum pedals
Custom 2 Tone Full leather front and back seats
SR5 interior package power seat, Full rear window roll down,
Aftermarket Backup camera

Sound and Entertainment:

Full Dynomat Cab: All 4 Doors, Under seats, front an rear cabin pan, and Back Firewall
Competition RE Audio Full Door speaker replacement , 3 way front speakers with Tweeters above dash
RE Audio 1600W amp 4 channel to power door speakers
RE Audio Deep SXX competition 1200W RMS 10" woofers (pair)
RE Audio 3000W amp 2 channel to Subwoofers
RE Audio Power Block power meter
Custom Tuned 33hz ported Speaker b
ox sealed and painted Behind rear seats

Visual:

Sony 7" mirror link touch screen DVD player in dash (Plays DVD's in park and while driving)
2 Power Acoustic 7" Headrest monitors connected to front DVD player
Stand alone Roof mounted AudioVox MTG DVD player

Engine and Drivetrain:


Nitro Gearing 4.88 Ring and pinion replacement front and rear
K & N air filter
Cat Back AFE 3" exhaust
220 Amp alternator

Again, Let me know if you have any questions on anything specifically not covered here, I am sure im missing some small things but everything was professionally installed and done right no corners were taken anywhere, The sound system is completely unbelievable lows, mids, and highs. Watching a movie is better then being in an IMAX theater as I have probably $5000 just in entertainment mods in the vehicle, It drives great, runs great, with the gear conversion I still get about 12-13 MPG Average around town, 14-16 Highway. I dont want to sell it as I built it to be my dream truck different from anything else on the road, it turns heads wherever you go and is dependable. Only selling because I need a diesel now.

$34,900
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Good looking truck!
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Sharp looking truck just out of curiosity, what's the towing capacity on it?
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Miles??
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Towing cap on them is 10, 000 lbs.

It's got 72k miles
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Love it. I have a 2011 Double with a BDS 4.5. How was it before the regearing with the 37's?
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The reagearing no one ever does because it's a super expensive mod that you 'don't see' but the difference was night and day and money well spent. You can go to 35s and not see a huge difference but the 37s Def like it
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sweet truck
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Awesome custom trk!
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thanks guys, may have a pending sale this week on it
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bad ass truck!! glws
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thanks guys, may have a pending sale this week on it
Did it sell?
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Did truck sell?
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I have a 7" BDS on a 2014 Tundra with 35's and I average 11.2mpg no matter what I do. What's the secret? You have a beautiful truck. I love mine.
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Originally Posted by Jbourque View Post
I have a 7" BDS on a 2014 Tundra with 35's and I average 11.2mpg no matter what I do. What's the secret? You have a beautiful truck. I love mine.
I have the same year, lift, and tire size. I'm averaging 12.6 over 40,000 miles.

Did you install a hypertech to recalibrate your odometer?
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Originally Posted by twollman View Post
I have the same year, lift, and tire size. I'm averaging 12.6 over 40,000 miles.

Did you install a hypertech to recalibrate your odometer?
I did not.

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