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Bigwapiti's 2011 Tundra build ~ 'Big Nambe'

Discussion in 'Tundras' started by bigwapitijohnny, Jul 29, 2012.

  1. Jul 29, 2012 at 10:51 AM
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    Well it's been over 1 year since I changed vehicle platforms. I am chronologically presenting the build to get you all caught up. **Please note that all time stamps are from the previous year**... ANYWAYS! ENJOY!

    As you know I had a 3generation 4runner that was an exceptional vehicle. This rig owned me nothing because it was an excellent vehicle that served my family for 10 years and 170,000 miles. I'll always have fond memories of this vehicle not only for the years and miles, but also for the introduction to overlanding...

    Anyway, here is one last pic of the rig on the way to the dealership...Farewell my old friend :eek:

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    Why the platform change? It boiled down to 2 things: room and power. In early May, my son and I participated in a Central Overland rally. It became obvious that the V6 was underpowered in hilly terrain. Our route took us through the Buffalo River in Northern Arkansas, and some of the passes were steep. Nothing compared to passes out west, but it was enough to make me aware and concerned that the rig was struggling...We had 2 in the rig towing a loaded Outlander Sherpa II (10 gallons of fuel / 15 gallons of water / food in the engel 45 for 2 days...).

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    I did consider a Land Cruiser 100 and 200 series, however, I really missed the utility of a pick-up. My previous rig before the 4runner was a pre-Tacoma p/u, and after consulting with my wife (CFO) I called my auto broker and was able to get a GREAT deal on a Toyota Tundra...

    Here it is. 2011 Tundra CrewMax / 4x4 / 5.7L ~ 381 hp / 401 ft/lbs of torque. My broker lined up a great price for my rig and a great price on the Tundy. I found a tundra grade with a sunroof / upgraded stereo with BT technology / backup camera and some other stuff...Most Tundys with this setup retailed for 10K-12K more...:wings:

    Anyway, on to the pics...

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    I sold my Wet Okole seat covers and ProComp wheels seperately, and I have some money...Let the mods begin...:coffee:

    Regards,

    BWJ
     
  2. Jul 29, 2012 at 10:56 AM
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    Hmm, don't think I've seen a Tundra that's not a limited / platinum with a sunroof, I did quite a bit of research before I bought my taco. What are your plans for this rhino ?
     
  3. Jul 29, 2012 at 11:00 AM
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    I have narrowed the tire sizes for big Nambe down to 2 possibilities. I don't want to go too big because it is my DD. Currently, the size wheel that came from the factory was 255/70r18. I really got a great deal on a set of new 17" TRD wheels, and I am going to get these laced with bigger tires ~ preferably a 33" tire. The TRD wheels come standard on the 'Rock Warrior' package with BFG AT (285/70r17 ~ 32.71" diameter / 7.85" width). Here is a pic of 'leveled' RWs with the factory wheels / tires and mild lift. **Alot of Tundra owners are going with a spacers up front and 1 inch blocks in the back. I will be going with heavy duty adjustable coilovers up front and blocks in the rear eventually.

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    I would like to fill the wheel well a little more with either 295/70r17 or 285/75r17...I was not able to find pics of a RW with 295s on 17" wheels, however, I did find a Tundra running 295/55r20 (32.78" diameter / 6.39" width) of which, the 295/70r17 (33.26" diameter / 8.12" width) would be 1.48% bigger. I do prefer to have a little more sidewall than the 20" rim would afford me...

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    Here is a pic of 285/75 (33.83" diameter / 8.42" width) which is 3.83% bigger than the stock 285/70 size.

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    I had a set of Bridgestone Dueler Revo 2 in 265/75r16 on my 4runner. They were the p-rated and I thought that they were wearing faster than I had wanted. I didn't know if these were going to make it to 50,000 miles which was the warranty on them. So, I will try Nitto Terra Grapplers this time in an LT tire instead.

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    Anyway, if you have some additional insight into the tire / wheel madness, chime on in!

    Regards,

    BWJ
     
  4. Jul 29, 2012 at 11:01 AM
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    GRAND PLANS! Stay tuned in about 30 minutes...

    Regards,

    BWJ
     
  5. Jul 29, 2012 at 11:03 AM
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    I have been mulling around on various shells for the rig. Due to the shorter box dimension of the CrewMax, I am trying to utilize the shell as efficiently as possible.
    Cab high or higher? - I have decided to go with the cab high at this point. I have had a Leer crown series about 20 years ago on my first P/U, and I really liked it. Some say that it will look like a Sequioa, but you tell me if it does after the build is complete :Wow1:...
    Here are some pics of some offerings that I was looking into available for the Crewmax configuration.


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    I am also going to go with side tool boxes instead of a custom drawer system. Here I will be able to store tools, winching supplies, etc…I am going to try to get the interior of these boxes sprayed with black Ameraguard bedliner.


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    I am not a fan of the Windoor option. Instead, I am considering a fiberglass door painted black to give it the look of a window. The inside of the shell / tool boxes will look like this. I don't think that these boxes will be too restrictive in terms of visibility. I don't think that this space will be missed considering my needs for cargo space with the Sherpa II...


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    My vision is to incorporate a rack system for the shell. My needs for a rack system would be one that is low profile, strong, and modular. Several options for racks are available. I did have a Bajarack on my 4runner and really liked the utility of it. I'm looking into their more 'flat' style racks as compared to the mule style that I had. I am looking to mount at least an awning, Fiskars shovel, etc...


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    Another possible option is the Front Runner rack system. Props to TomesD for these pics ~ Albeit his rig is a Taco DC short bed. I have a PM out to him about the specifics of his solution. Thanks TomesD! I am intrigued with this option, and I have already been on the phone with Paul May at Equipt inquiring on this rack system...

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    Anyways, stay cool out there and have a great day!
    Regards,
    BWJ
     
  6. Jul 29, 2012 at 11:06 AM
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    Well, things are not as they seem...I went back to the 'factory' store for ATC shells, and found out that the shell will not be available for quite some time. Also, the price seems to go up every time I talk them...:mad:

    Moving on...I found another dealer that sells both the ATC and Snugtop lines. It looks like I am going to pull the trigger on a Snugtop SnugPro series. I chose this shell for the following reasons:

    1) Commercial grade shell altogether with a 500 lbs roof rack capacity. I will have them put on Yakima tracks for the time being ~ only ones available. Then I will change that up later on.

    2) Only shell that has a fiberglass side doors as an option instead of 'windoors' ~ more security. Comes with a T-handle 3 point locking system. Each tool box has a 100 lbs capacity.

    3) All upgrades will be done at cost! :wings:

    4) This shell is $800 less here...:ylsmoke:

    5) The quality of the Snugtop is markedly better than the other brands that I was looking at...Leer, ARE, ATC, Unicover...

    As usual, I was not able to find any pics of Tundras with this kind of shell...Closest pics I could find was a Taco...

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    I have since upgraded my mirrors to tow mirrors. They are the bomb. So solid doors on the sides will no longer be an issue. Eventually, I will add the Frontrunner rack overhead and slap an awning on it as well...I'm going to go see one of these in person in a couple of weeks. If I like it, it will be ordered.

    Regards,

    BWJ
     
  7. Jul 29, 2012 at 11:07 AM
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    I just got the rig back with the 33s aligned. According to the tire calculator ~ http://ejelta.com/tiresize/, the 295/70 r17 is bigger by 1.69% than the 285/70 r17factory tires. I feel as though this tire size fills out the lifted 3/1 Tundra rather well. Alot different ~ AND BETTER than the stock wheel/tire combination.

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    32s: Caveat ** These tires had 40% tread left on them...**

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    Enjoy!

    Regards,BWJ
     
  8. Jul 29, 2012 at 11:11 AM
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    I just got the SnugPRO shell on today :wings:. I am very pleased with the fit and finish. I was not aware of all the small details that come with this shell. It is expensive, however, not too much more than the other commercial or lesser 'consumer' options. I won't bore you with the pics of the shell off the truck...Enjoy!

    Finish is SPOT ON! From my understanding, SnugTOP has a very close working relationship with Toyota. The patterns for their fiberglass molds are digitized ensuring extact body contours. At one time, the SnugTOP shell was a factory option. Dealer warranty issues killed this though...This shell matches the lines of the Tundra perfectly, and the finish is exceptional. I could not be happier ~ Oh what a Marty McFly feeling!

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    Yakima track system is installed at the factory. Roof weight capacity is 500 lbs. It is reinforced with wood, as well as, 2 honeycomb layers of fiberglass. Attachment points are rounded nylon nuts...I may scrub these and go with heavier duty hardware...

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    Solid fiberglass doors with locking T-handles.

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    Approximately 1" Fiberglass 'skirt' that overlaps the bed of the truck to minimize ingress of moisture.

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    Next up is custom wood shelves to hold my armamentarium...Off to the cabinet shop :coffee:.

    Regards,

    BWJ
     
  9. Jul 29, 2012 at 11:12 AM
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    I recently received my custom Baja Rack. I am VERY pleased with the results, and my expectations have been exceeded. Sergio and John are quality guys to work with, and they provided me an exceptional rack.

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    I became familiar with Baja Rack about 2 years ago. I was in search of a rack system to fit my 1998 4runner. I had taken off the factory bars, and was looking for a rack system to let me utilize the OEM tracks already on the roof. I was not having too much luck trying to find a system for a vehilcle over 10 years old...Then I found Baja Rack. Baja Rack was the only rack system available that fit the existing OEM tracks on my 3rd generation 4runner. The mounting system was very strong and utilized the existing tracks without compromising stability and/or strength.

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    The current foot system is similar to the picture above...

    I had a Yakima track system installed on my SnugTop SnugPro shell, knowing that I would eventually utilize an overhead rack. One of my criteria was for a lower profile rack system. I considered Rhino Rack, Frontrunner, Baja Rack and Yakima to name a few. After contacting the manufacturers, I found that the existing rack systems were retrofitted to fit into the track system, and then work up from there. I knew that Baja Rack had several offerings for Toyotas, however, not specifically for the 2nd generation Tundra. I was beginning to think that a custom rack was going to be the only route...

    Since the Crewmax Tundra has a 5 1/2 foot bed, my options were limited in what I could use. After leaving inquiries with all the mentioned vendors above, I was contacted by John Gjata ~ Baja Rack's head engineer. We discussed my vision for the rack, what my needs were, and within several months, my custom rack was in my possession. I wanted a low profile rack to help as much as possible with mpgs ~ I know the Tundra is thirsty. This design is similar to that of their 5th generation 4runner offering. I wanted an expanded metal floor for more tie down options as opposed to the usual floor consisting of bars. My previous rack came with a smooth powder coat finish. This rack came with a textured, matte black finish - it is tougher that the old powder coating and is much better in my opinion.

    If you are having to find a solution to your rack needs, custom or otherwise, I would highly recommend you give Baja Rack a call. Anyway, on to the pics!

    Feet - 3 per side. The middle feet are a touch shorter than the other two. I have three attachment points per side.

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    Rack itself - This rack is plenty stout. The feet attach to the rack in the recessed boxes, thus, not interfering with your cargo.

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    I got a chance to 'test' this out mounting my gear, I am north of 220 lbs. There was not any noticeable flex associated with me on top of the rack... I would say that it passed with flying colors.

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    I'll post up pics of the tools and Shadyboy awning soon...

    Regards,

    BWJ
     
  10. Jul 29, 2012 at 11:14 AM
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    I have just returned from an Easter campout with my son. It was an incredible time to be had. I took some pics of the awning system that I am currently using. I chose to go with the SHADY BOY awning (http://www.shadyboy.com). I chose this system due to the extruded anodized aluminum case, and the compact dimensions will fit the shorter bed / rack dimension of the Crewmax (5 1 /2 feet). I did not want an awning that would extend past the length of the rack, and this system fits the bill to a 'T'. This awning is very popular with the Vanagon and Eurovan groups, but not the ExPo crowd. It is not as robust as other products available. However, if you are looking for an awning package in a compact, lightweight design (less than 15 lbs); this system should be strongly considered. No, there are no options for screen rooms or wall panels ~ it is too lightweight for that. It is just for providing shade and shade only. Onto the pics...

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    The case opes up with a spring that keeps the clamshell open. Once opened, the awning and poles can be deployed. There are two button snaps that hold the awning down and when you are rolling it up, there are corresponding snaps that hold the awning corners in place.

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    The material is a lightweight ripstop nylon that has a silver finish on top. This finish is said to reflect the sun's energy (Somewhat skeptical about this claim...) Anyways, there are a total of 5 heavy fiberglass poles, as well as, 2 additional lighterweight downdraft poles (optional).

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    On each end, there is a milled aluminum block that the poles fit into in two orientations. Also, there is a milled center block as well. The fit is exceptional. So much so, that I struggled with the pole angulation during the initial assembly. These poles are oriented upwards at a slight angle to allow the fiberglass poles to bow out and give the awning some lift.

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    The awning size is 10' x 6' ~ not too bad for an awning that comes in a case that is 49" in length...Here is the awning with all of the poles in place. As with other awnings, be careful in deploying this in windy conditions. The first time I did this, I saw the flexibility of these poles when the awning inverted and resembled a sail...:Wow1:

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    I found these 10" ground anchors at the Home Depot. These are really stout and will be able to widthstand quite alot of wind. I figure if it's too windy for these to anchor down the awning, it shouldn't be set up in the first place...

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    Here are some pics of the awning staked down and totally set up.

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    Peavey comes in next week, sliders are coming soon...Stay tuned!

    Regards,

    BWJ
     
  11. Jul 29, 2012 at 11:15 AM
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    I got the sliders bolted on yesterday at Atomic Fabworks. They got them back from the powdercoater, and they are exceptional. It's almost a shame that these are going to be beat on, but oh well. Anyway, ON TO THE PICS!

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    I had a choice between 3 different hole patterns for the top plate. Atomic drew them up and sent me a detailed schematic of each pattern. I am glad that I went with this pattern over anything else. The raised dimples provide great traction so far, I am curious to see if this will change in the rain. Access to the BajaRack now is no longer an issue.

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    There is a slight bend in the rear of both sliders to sweep down and 'flow' where the bed dips down behind the cab. I wanted a kick-out in the rear, but I wanted one that kicked out gradually. To my eye, I really like how the kick-out sweeps outward over the rear half of the slider.

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    The sliders are 6 inches from the pinchweld up front and 8 inches at their widest. You can see that these accomodate my 'paw' well.

    The sliders are mounted using grade 8 hardware and custom fabbed brackets. All in all, Atomic Fabworks did an excellent job. If you are in need of any kind of fabwork, give Atomic a call ~ http://www.atomicfabworks.com/. Ask for either Steve or Kelly.

    Regards,

    BWJ
     
  12. Jul 29, 2012 at 11:16 AM
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    I just got back from acquiring the ultimate (my opinion) mobile toolkit available. It was a stroke of luck, and this was a gift from my wife ( :Wow1: ). It is an Armstrong SGMTK1 (General Mechanics Tool Kit). This was a Craigslist find, and I am in shock as to how much I got it for. It is brand new and complete. The gentleman that I bought this from was given this kit oversees. He already had a comprehensive tool kit, and did not need this one. His loss is my substantial gain...For all of you ebay / craigslist hawks, he said that there were PALLETS of these kits remaining following all of the mechanics getting theirs. I figure its only a matter of time before these kits trickle down to ebay and craigslist...Happy hunting.

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    Case is the Pelican 0450. The tools are from Armstrong Industrial Hand Tools (subsidiary of the Danaher corporation). 7 drawer configuration. Laser cut outs and friction fit are exceptional...

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    Again this acquisition was truly serendipitous...

    By the way, EXO (Expedition One) front / rear bumpers are shipped. Ordered a Warn VR-10000. Masterpull schwag is here...

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    As soon as the EXO bumpers arrive, I'll get the mock up pics posted up. Going to go with a rear tire carrier. Toying with the idea of mounting the SGMTK1 on the swing out as well...Not sure, she is heavy...

    Regards,

    BWJ
     
  13. Jul 29, 2012 at 11:17 AM
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    Here is the 'PICS OR IT DIDN'T HAPPEN' post. I just got back from Atomic Fabworks to start the bumper project. I only have the front bumper for now. The rear will be here soon ~ currently it is being 'tweaked' at EXO. Bumper is exceptional in every aspect - very clean and welds are bomber.

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    Plan was to measure 2 Fyrlyts and the Dually D2s to see if we need to make adjustments. Holes are perfect and can accomodate a 3rd light if necessary. Fyrlyts are 150W 12v Osram bulbs ~ Will Kuhns at Sierra Expeditions carry these exclusively. He says that these new lights will throw plenty of light. He assured me that I am going to see the output and my words will be 'Holy Shiiiaaat'.

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    Also putting a Rigid industries 40" E series LED light bar on the Bajarack. Atomic is now working on fabricating tabs for the LED light bar / Bajarack and spacer mounts for the Dually D2s / EXO bumper...I will post a complete review of the lights at a later time complete with photos and video ~ stay tuned.

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    Going to powdercoat next week...Woot woot!

    Regards,

    BWJ
     
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    That's an awesome rig!
     
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    That kit is Bad-Ass! Did a search and they are $2k!
     
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