Dropping off the truck at Bill Matthew's Autobody in Springfield, Bill's crew got busy masking off a two-tone and spraying the black, green, and silver BASF paints. With the two-tone in place, Nick Edwards Custom Paint stepped in with his airbrush and applied the BASF green real-fire flames. Pinstriped in blue, the paint and graphics look stunning and adds to the bruiser mentality. Paint dry, 2 Brothers got busy bolting on the Fab Four pre-runner-style front bumper that was powdercoated silver by Bill Matthews and then equipped with a Ramsey 9.5 winch and off-road foglights. N-Fab wheel-to-wheel steps were added to help hop into the lifted 4WD, painted Bushwacker fender flares installed, and out back, a matching Fab Four bumper was bolted on. To really set off the sinister nature of the bruiser, blacked-out projector headlights from ANZO USA went on the front end, along with a black mesh RBP grille. Inside, Brian and Dave kept things simple and functional.
Two-tone grey and black leather seat covers from Katzkin add class and color to the passenger confines. A Rockford Fosgate 3Sixty equalizer was used to make the factory JBL head unit aftermarket amp friendly and that powerful sound amplifier is a 600.4, also from Rockford Fosgate. It powers a set of Rockford components and a 10-inch shallow-mount sub in a custom enclosure built by Dave. With not a second to spare, the Tundra was officially wrapped up and looking intense. Shipped off to Vegas, the fun began when the Tundra was back in Springfield where all of that hard work paid off by having some real 4x4 fun. Brian was quick to thank his wife Lori for her understanding Brian's custom truck addiction, his kids Hannah and Jacob, and of course, his brother Dave for all of his help during the build. Proof that family can work well together, the 2 Brother's team built a pair of Tundras that soar above the competition.