FROM THE DRIVER SEAT
After a short 6 hours, the Tundra went from showroom stock, to street bruiser with the simple addition of several bolt-ons (shown here with a new, black billet grille). The BMF leveling kit was easy to install and besides the need for a coil compressor, it was a breeze to install. As always, the Airaid intake went on with no problems and the exhaust has a nice, deep rumble to it. What really did the custom trick were the new BMF S.E.R.E. wheels and Toyo tires. Now the Toyota looks like it's always pissed off and it not-so-subtlety urges people to move out of the way. That's just the way we like it.

YOU QUESTIONS ANSWERED

Time Spent Working: 6 Hours
Degree Of Difficulty: Beginner
(with the exception of the exhaust welding)

Tools Needed:
Assorted metric sockets and wrenches, prybar, jack, jack-stands, torque wrench

Parts Used:
Airaid cold air intake 510-213 $349.95
BMF 2.4-inch leveling kit for Tundra LTO-9200 $289.00
BMF S.E.R.E. 20x9-inch wheels in Black Death Metal $450.00 (each)
Toyo Open Country M/T 33x12.50R20 tires $392

TOTAL: $4,006.95
(prices from bmfwheels.com, summitracing.com, and superbuytires.com)

SOURCE
BMF Wheels
1401 N. Batavia Street
Suite 107
Orange
CA  92867
888-313-2580
www.bmfwheels.com
Airaid
2688 E Rose Garden Lane
Phoenix
AZ  85050
800-498-6951
http://www.airaid.com
Toyo Tires
800-442-8696
www.toyotires.com
Mark Barbee
Phoenix
AZ
623-451-0221
www.markbarbee.com
Pro Muffler
8615 W Kelton Lane
Suite 306
Peoria
AZ  85382
623-876-9660