This is a complete drop in cup holder replacement. The OEM cup holder and lid needs to be removed completely for this to be inserted. This is made in ABS plastic with a flat textured black finish. There are 2 versions for the Cruiser and LX570. Version 1 has one large hole with removable snap ring, one smaller hole, and a cell phone slot . The large hole with snap ring removed can accept the newest 36oz. Yeti bottle. With the snap ring in place the cup holder will hold a Nalgene and 32/40oz. Hydroflask. The smaller standard 3″ hole will accept most fast food style containers. Version 2 has two large holes with 2 removable snap rings. This option can hold 2 of the large containers like a 32/40oz. Hydroflask, Yeti bottles, and Nalgene bottle but can not hold a cell phone due to space issues. There are strips of 3M adhesive on the bottom of the new cup holder but is not necessary for install. The cup holder is stable without the adhesive but provided in case the installer wants something extremely secure. To remove the OEM cup holder just open the lid and pull upward with about 10lbs of force. The OEM cup holder simply snaps into the hole with no use of hardware or adhesive. You may want to tap the cup holder with the handle of a screw driver as you pull to help dislodge.
This is a 3D printed cup holder insert that goes inside of the OEM recessed cup holder hole of the 200 Series Landcrusier and the Lexus LX570. These are 3″ diameter holes allowing for a much more secure smaller hole than the OEM holes. This will fit most beverage containers out there but not all. If drinking from something large you can simply remove the insert for a larger hole. This is made of ABS plastic. There are 3 options. Option one is for the Landcruiser Console. This option allows for the lid to close. Option 2 is for the LX570 console. This option does NOT allow the lid to close. It is the same depth as the Landcruiser insert but since the LX570 console is more shallow, you can’t close the lid. Option 3 is is also for the LX570 console but it DOES allow the lid to close. This option follows the curvature of the lid so it can close but it is more shallow. No screws, adhesive, or hardware of any kind is used. Simply insert and your done.
This machined aluminum TEQ badge mounts onto the front grille of your a 91-94 & 95-97 Toyota LandCruiser (80 series) and the 98-07 (100 series). WIll also mount to the LX450 and LX470 Lexus. I offer the badge in the retro red/silver, the black/silver, and bare aluminum for the folks who want to do there own paint color. The factory chrome “sombrero” must be removed. For the 95-02 Cruiser and LX TEQ badge the easiest way to install the emblem is to remove the entire grill and then install the emblem. This is not a must. You can use a stubby screwdriver and pliers, but you will need some patience and a cool car; NOT a hot radiator. Don’t forget to remove the backing from the 3M adhesive. You want to run the screws through the backside of the grill first. Make SURE to use the provided black washers between the screws and backside of the grill. They are for spacing purposes to get the TEQ badge perfectly flat to your grill. Once the screws are through then start each screw with a full turn but prevent the adhesive from grabbing the grill Do not tighten the screws until all of them have been started. That will ensure you get everything lined up properly. Once the screws have threaded in slightly then you can press the badge onto the grill and the adhesive will hold it nice and snug while you screw in the 3 screws. Between the adhesive and screws everything should stay nice and flush. Reinstall the grille in the same way you removed it. IF you are buying the 03-07 badge then there were no screws used on the OEM sombrero badge. Toyota only used adhesive. You will need to pry the factory badge off. Some heat and fishing line will help. There are small tabs that help center the badge so you will not be able to simply run the fishing line all the way down the back side. Once the badge and adhesive are removed, you will simply stick the new badge on using the same type of 3M adhesive. No hardware needed for the 03-07 badge and no need to remove the grill.
This is a machined aluminum badge with a satin brushed finish on the lettering. This is not a plastic replica like the OEM badge was. This badge is an exact match in size to the original factory badge and mounts with strips of 3M automotive badge/decal adhesive. No drilling of the fenders is needed. The overall length is exactly 10″ (254mm) by 1.4″(36mm) tall. This badge will fit in the factory fender location of the 1979-1983 Toyota pickup BUT it can also mount to any flat surface of any Toyota. It can be mounted on a surface like a flat tailgate of a more modern vehicle giving it that old school retro look.
This is a rear hatch machined aluminum TEQ badge for the 2022 Toyota Landcruiser (300 Series). The original factory badge will need to be removed. This badge is held on with small strips of 3M automotive badges adhesive. Make sure the suface you are bonding to is clean and you use good force when applying the badge. Hold it in place for 20 seconds to ensure a solid bond.
This is an aluminum retro “Turbo” badge. This is inspired by the “Turbo” badge Toyota made in the 1980s. It can mount to any flat surface on the vehicle. Will come with 1-2 strips (depending on size) of 3M automotive adhesive to mount to the vehicle. There are 2 sizes and two color options for each size for a total of 4 options. There is the 7″ and 5″ black/silver badges. There is also the 7″ and 5″ black/silver/red badges.
This is a 8″x2″ machined aluminum TOYOTA retro badge. It was made to closely resemble the TOYOTA logo found on FJ40’s and other early Toyota trucks and SUVs. It has 3 recessed slots on the back for 3 long strips of 3M automotive adhesive. It will stick flush to any flat surface on any Toyota truck or SUV. It is available in black, red, and cream. The letters will have a brushed aluminum finish. More pictures are coming soon of the other colors.
This is a Universal Aluminum TEQ/Diesel badge for a Toyota. The lettering is inspired by the Diesel font used by Toyota throughout the early 80s to late 90s. This is designed to mount on any flat smooth surface on the vehicle. It comes with strips of 3M automotive adhesive on back for attachment.
This is an aluminum TEQ emblem for the rear hatch of all years 80 and 100 series (LX and YOTA). It has a brushed finish on the letters and outer ring. This badge can replace the factory “sombrero” or “L” OR can be mounted to either side. There is a curvature on the back that matches the curvature of the rear hatch. The emblem can be slid left or right of the factory emblem but not up or down. To attach, you will use two strips of 3M automotive adhesive (provided and already attached) Make sure to take your time when installing because once you install, the adhesive doesn’t like to let go. Make sure the surface is clean and you use good force to adhere the emblem. Also hold it in place with good pressure for about 20 seconds to ensure a good bond. The factory emblem was installed with automotive adhesive as well and has been on therir for 17+ years so anticipate a little battle to get it off. A heat gun will help but don’t use too much heat and damage the paint. A flat head screw driver and razor blade is also helpful but be VERY careful not to gouge your paint in the process. This comes in the black/silver (satin finish) or the retro red/silver option (gloss finish).
This is a machined aluminum retro Toyota “4 Wheel Drive” badge. It can be mounted on any flat surface of any Toyota 4×4. It is roughly 4.5″ x 3″ which is the same size as the original Toyota badge. There are 3 color options available. There is the black/silver, cream/silver, and bare aluminum. The black is a satin finish while the cream is a gloss finish. The gloss allowed the cream to stand out a bit more. The bare aluminum is for the folks that want a custom color and are willing to paint themselves. I can also do custom color combos for a couple extra dollars if you let me know what you want. Just send a message regarding your request. These come with 3 strips of 3M automotive adhesive recessed on the backside and ready to install. Make sure the surface you are sticking to if flat and clean.
These are Retro Toyota “T” logos inspired from Toyota logos used in the early 80s. Instead of chrome plastic we went with a more modern brushed aluminum. There are 2 versions. Version #1 is a bit larger at 4″ tall by 3 1/4″ wide. Versioni #2 is 3 3/8″ x 3 1/4″ wide. These are a bit larger than the original OEM badges. They both come with 2 strips of 3M automotive adhesive on back in case you want to stick it on. They will mount to any flat surface on our vehicle. They also come with screws and washers and pre-existing threaded holes in case you want to attach with screws. You do NOT need to use both forms of attachment.
These are machined Aluminum TEQ badges (NOT PLASTIC) that can be mounted to any year and model Toyota/Lexus on any flat surface. It comes in 2 options. You can order the round or oval TEQ badge. Each badge comes in 3 finishes. You can get the red/silver, black/silver, and bare metal. The black/silver has a satin finish. The red/silver has a gloss finish. Just seemed to look best in those two finishes for those specific colors. The bare metal is for folks who want to paint them with your own custom color. Just do a couple heavy coats and then give 48 hours of drying time. Get some fine grit sandpaper and sand off the outer edge exposing the aluminum on the letters. The round is 3.5″ in diameter. The oval is 3.5″ tall and 5.2″ wide. These come with 3 strips of 3M automotive adhesive already installed. When installing make sure the surface is clean. Make sure you take your time to get it right. Once it’s stuck on, it does NOT want to come off.