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The Toyota Tundra is a pickup truck manufactured in the United States by the Japanese manufacturer Toyota since May 1999. The Tundra was the first North American full-size pickup to be built by a Japanese manufacturer. The Tundra was nominated for the North American Truck of the Year award and was Motor Trend magazine's Truck of the Year in 2000 and 2008.
Surprisingly, they are not difficult to line up over the chrome. The vinyl is applied via transfer tape so on the console you simply line up the forward edge and corners, press it down, then stretch the transfer tape down to the curved trailing edge, making minor side-to-side adjustments as needed.
These headlights look fantastic on my 05 Tundra. They were relatively easy to install. It took about 1 hour to install both. I took my time under a shade tree and cleaned up the area around the lights while I had them out.
Swapped out a 2014 platinum grill to this bad boy. Made a huge difference in looks. Truck looks more aggressive. Too bad the letters aren't blacked out, but not complaining since I might be repainting the whole truck flat black.
Does anyone know when the 2019 Pro parts will be available? I was going to buy the sport led lights but looks like the Pro has all blacked out led...
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Exterior. This legendary off-roader is back for 2019. Under the dirt, grime and mud is some serious attitude—Tundra TRD Pro features aggressive styling touches that help it stand out, like a heritage-inspired “TOYOTA” grille and Rigid Industries ® LED fog lights. And with exclusive 18-in. BBS ® forged-aluminum TRD wheels, this truck is ready to claw through just about anything.
I purchased a 2018 trd sport yesterday that includes a "black out package" on the Super White truck. It is being sent from the factory and I've yet to find any pictures of that exact package online as the dealership did not have any either.
There is a lot of love for Toyota’s TRD Pro lineup, so we welcome the next generation of the off-road variants that use the 2018 Chicago Auto Show to take their bow. For 2019, the engineers at ...
Yep, tried them once. Made my butt sweat and gave me a bad case of monkey butt. Went back to cloth.