Toyota Tundra Discussion Forum banner
1 - 4 of 4 Posts

· Registered
Joined
·
9 Posts
Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Hello Everyone, my name is Mike and I'm the proud new owner of a 07 Tundra D/C, 5.7l. 69k.

I live in the Raleigh area, and am working for a Truck Accessories company until the end of this Month, where I will be picking back up with my Pressure washing company. So if anyone in the area wants to take advantage of employee discounts, I will be there till the end of Month.

So here are a few things im planning to get done between now and the end of the Month March...please make any suggestions on must haves or mistakes i may be making to my baby, as I value everyone opinion.

Plastic bedliner removed, Rhino Pro spray

Replaced scratched factory Rail-caps and tailgate cap with new ones from leith Toyota

6" oval fiberglass painted running boards with Led lights are about to be removed and 6" s/s oval straights on order- I know the fiberglass ones sound nice, but there is this ugly black gap hider that just looks awful, and if removed will expose the LED wiring and erector set looking mounting brackets.

Weathertech front and rears (best investment ever)

Daystar front 3" leveling kit and rear block on order- debating this install- any pros or cons?

K&n air filer...I would have much rather gone with the Volant, but K&n practically gave me the system

Rigid industries D2 floods with the new square mounting brackets on order... (Square lights round hole sound funny to me too but the pics looked cool)

Either the Undercover Lux Painted cover or the Truxedo Lo pro tonneau cover... Haven't decided yet but the Lux is sexy!

Interior Led replacements on order

Tint to match the cab window

At some point, I'd probably like to get bigger tires, stock 18" now, but how soon depends on how this leveling kit will make the truck look...thoughts?

Appreciate all the feedback guys, and look forward to being a part of this community!
 

· Registered
Joined
·
517 Posts
Let me be the first to say welcome. Abd I havent heard much about daystar, though the few things I have heard, seems like the customers are happy. I would hold off on the rear block if you want a leveled ride. I have a 3" spacer up front and it gave me 2.5-2.75 and im sitting a tad nose low. I would only do the block if you plan on towing/hauling alot. And after the instal, youll want bigger tires. But stockers dont look back. I personally like the look of bigger tires on stock wheels. As far as everything else, looks like your set. Idk much about bed covers, but congrats on the truck, youll love it.

Sent from AutoGuide.com Free App
 
  • Like
Reactions: Mike821

· Registered
Joined
·
9 Posts
Discussion Starter · #3 ·
Thanks for the feedback KDMAC, I had seen instances where the day star jacks up the front too high, and that's why I got the rear block just in case. Did your Kit drastically change your ride? I want to keep the ride just like it is now.
 

· Registered
Joined
·
517 Posts
Ahhh I see. Smart move hahah. And not really. Once I changed tires I noticed a ride change. It has gotten a tad stiffer over time. But I also now have 35" mud grips and been a little hard on it while off roading. You shouldnt see much of a change if any.

Sent from AutoGuide.com Free App
 
1 - 4 of 4 Posts
This is an older thread, you may not receive a response, and could be reviving an old thread. Please consider creating a new thread.
Top