2007 Toyota Tundra Progekt 4ohsix – Featured Truck

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When Toyota unveiled the beefier 2014 Toyota Tundra, they said consumers didn’t think it was brawny enough. Apparently, the consumers didn’t see this truck. This is one seriously brawny-looking and  cool Tundra. 

2007 Tundra Progekt4ohsix - Front Profile

What a cool photo with the background. This is a great looking truck.

This 2007 Toyota Tundra 4.7L V8 4X4 Double Cab Long Bed is Chris Cochran’s truck and can be found it the big sky country of Missoula, Montana. With the open terrain and the modifications, we are going to go out on a limb and say Chris has just a little bit of fun!

All the work done on the truck was completed either solely by Chris or with assistance from friends when a second pair of hands are required.

2007 Tundra Progekt4ohsix - Front Lights

How cool are these lights!

Aftermarket Mod List

  • ProComp 6″ – Stage 2 Lift Kit: MX 2.75 Coilover Upgrade & MX6 Rear Adjustable Shock Upgrade
  • KMC: XD MONSTER 18X9 Rims
  • TOYO Tires: Open Country A/T 35X12.50R18
  • Firestone Ride Rite: Rear airbag load helpers for towing & leveling
  • Bushwacker: Pocket-Style Fender Flares
  • Dash Z Racing: LED Smoked Tail Lights and 3rd Brake Light
  • AMI: Black Billet Aluminum Locking Fuel Door
  • TREX Grille: X-Metal Series Mesh Grille Insert
  • CravenSpeed: Billet Black Stubby Antenna
  • Expedition One: Mule Rack Towers – Bed mounted cargo management system used for
  • SUP (Stand Up Paddleboard) transport.
  • BHLM (black headlight mod)
  • Black painted disc brake calipers
  • Exterior OEM emblems removed
2007 Tundra Progekt4ohsix - Side Profile

The side profile of this cool truck.

Sponsored: GO RHINO Charger Bull Bar & Dominator D2 Cab Steps

Sponsored: Oracle Lighting Technology – ColorShift 2.0 SMD HALO Headlight & Fog Light kit. Interior Lighting ORACLE SMD LED 3Chip Red Bulb Upgrade Kit.

2007 Tundra Progekt4ohsix - Rear Profile

Even from the back, this truck stands out.

Future Mods:

Performance Exhaust & Headers, CAI, Unichip Engine Tuner, Sprintbooster Electronic Throttle controller, Hypertech Speedo/Odo Recalibrator,ORACLE SMD LED Tail Light Halo Kit, Rigid Industries LED Lightbars, Wet Okole Seat Covers and with any luck a sponsored theme build underway starting in Spring of 2013.

Want to learn more and see what else he is working on? Check out his Facebook page here.

Great job Chris! And thanks for letting us feature your ride.

Do you have a truck you want to show off? Send us some info on our contact us page. No matter if you have modifications or simply have a ton of miles, we love featuring Tundra pickups.

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  1. TJ says:

    Is that a long bed? If so why waste all that money?

  2. BriBri says:

    What great irony…The truck is in Montana, and he’s hauling a surfboard on the rack. (I presume he heads to the west coast to surf.?)

    • Had a similar thought yet I like the truck a lot so I don’t care what he does. Ha!

      Tim

      • BriBri says:

        It’s like truck nuts on a Prius. ;)

        • LOL.

          He may have a good reason for the board. It could be type of board you use on lakes and rivers that you stand up and ride it.

          I’ll check the Facebook page and get to the bottom of this mystery. :)

          Tim

          • Nothing on Facebook. I’ll send him a message and see if he will weigh in.

            Tim

          • BriBri says:

            I was just trying to be funny.:) I tend be over-observant of stuff like that.

            FWIW…I used to drive a Nissan Xterra, and I had a large ‘Red Neck’ decal across the rear window, surrounded by some hunting/fishing decals. Someone pointed out the irony of that in a different forum. (Although, IMHO, being a ‘red neck’ extends beyond the bounds of what vehicle one drives.)

  3. Chris says:

    Hi all! I would like to say that I do not like the term “waste” HA! It’s for me and not anyone else. I haul dirt, rock and anything else I want. Which leads me to answer the questions regarding the board. It is a stand up paddle board or better known as a SUP. We here in Montana and the Pacific Northwest to take SUP’ng one step further and surf whitewater rivers. Here is a taste…

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ug1633Ag7-A

    I would like to thank Tundraheadquarters for the support!

  4. MaceOne says:

    You have a problem with long beds? Haters! It’s says in the article its an SUP (stand up paddleboard)

  5. Dez says:

    It’s a paddle board.. Used on any body of water for a good workout.

    Dummies..

    • Dez,

      LOL! I was close to coming to that conclusion.

      -Tim

    • BriBri says:

      My be some kind of west-coast granola thing. I’ve never seen one in my neck of the woods.

      • Chris Cochran says:

        Lol. Granola thing? Watch the video posted above. It’s been around for ages, mostly the Pacific Islands, but picking up pace in the world and here in the whitewater scene.

        Try it and you might like it. ;)

  6. Mickey says:

    Truck does look sharp no matter how long the bed is. Like Dez stated it’s a paddleboard. I could use that on a daily basis since I keep getting myself put on a creek in a canoe without a paddle. Actually for me it’s a piroque vice canoe since I was raised in the bayou’s east of New Orleans.

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