It's been a long time since we've showed you an install on a truck cap (some of you may call it a camper shell), but when it comes to daily drivers and weekend toys, there's no quicker way to change the utility of your truck than bolting on some extra capability. There's not much to it, but check out how you can keep your cargo dry and secure, and completely change the overall look of your truck in a matter of minutes.
A one-hour visit to South County Auto Body in Lake Forest, California, had Javier, Jesse, Pedro, and Manny put their muscle into mounting the SnugTop Cab-Hi cap to add base camp capability to this Tundra.
The truck we're starting with is the '09 Tundra we featured in last issue's Fantastic Four
Although you can get them factory paint-matched, our SnugTop was in bare gelcoat, which wa
Jesse, Manny, Javier, and Pedro lifted the shell onto the lifted Tundra's bed. This was th
The interior of the Cab-Hi is carpeted and features a dome light to help when loading and
Here's what makes the install go so quickly: Snug-Top has reinforced pockets along the bot
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Time Spent Working: 1 hour
Degree Of Difficulty: Simple, need a couple extra hands to lift it.
Wrench, socket, ratchet, wire crimper.
SnugTop Cab-Hi cap for Tundra long bed $1,479 (includes installation, does not include tax)