For some Tundra owners, bone-stock is the way to be. For others, modifications are the first order of business.
If you find yourself in that second camp, here’s a list of popular appearance modifications for newer Tundras, with some information and advice about each.
A few weeks ago, I ran a featured truck story that used bead balancing to keep the tires balanced. I had never heard about bead balancing and by our reader’s responses, neither did they. Here is what they are, how they work and our take on them.
Trying to find tires for your Toyota Tundra? Here is a quick guide on what tire sizes the it uses. Plus, here is what you need to know when going larger.
A new breed of airless, virtually indestructible tires are coming to the ATV world, will cars and trucks be next? Probably sooner than we think.
You work hard and you deserve your truck candy. Let’s face it. Steel wheels can make even the most beastly mecha-Tundra look like an over-sized Power Wheels. Whether you’re a DIY junkie or looking to outsmart a wiry bank account, this DIY guide will get you the crisp, clean look you deserve for under $50.