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In the Dub Magazine, July, 2014 Cover Story – KEG Media’s 2011 Toyota Tundra “Higherarchy,” is featured.

Arkansas’ KEG Media designs award winning trucks, and when they had a chance to do a Toyota Tundra, the first step was to take the truck to Complete Customs in McKinney, Texas, along with a set of Glassworks Unlimited fenders and bedsides.

Blending the fiberglass pieces into the sheet metal took a considerable amount of time, and once completed it was covered with many color coats and clearcoat from Axalta Coating Systems. From there, Exile Air’s Eric Contreras airbrushed the graphics, along with matching interior and engine compartment trim.

A Bully Dog GT-T tuner, Airaid intake and Borla exhaust was added to the Tundra’s 5.7L iForce V-8 in the way of drivetrain improvements. Next, Spring, Texas’ Full Flex Customs installed a 12” Bulletproof Suspension kit, with Icon Vehicle Dynamics’ coilovers for a total of 14” of lift.

Atlas 10” leaf springs, Coachbuilder shackles and Icon’s 2.5 reservoir shocks level out the rear with the front. R1 Concepts rotors and brake pads, 24X14 American Force Nightmare wheels and 40X15.50R24LT Toyo Open Country M/Ts, to give it that aggressive look KEG was after.

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A Road Armor bumper, with a Warn 10,000 S winch, Factor 55 ProLink shackle mount, four Rigid Industries LED lights in the fog light openings, along with Rigid Industries SR-M LED lights in the headlights, Monster Hook swivels and a Royalty Core grille finished off the front end.

More Rigid Industries LED SR-M lights were inserted in the rear bumper, along with a pair of Monster Hook swivels, Scorpion bed lining, and a Tiregate rear tire carrier to complete the rear. The one-off Coachbuilder roof rack by David Ekstrom topped off the Tundra’s exterior.

Roadwire Leather Interiors’ black leather seat covers with gray stitching, and ultrasuede headliner, Passport radar detector and a billet shifter from Icon Vehicle Dynamics accented the interior. In a very compressed time frame, this Tundra was made to go as well as it shows!

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