This is for a PAIR of front mud flap end caps for the SR5 model Toyota 4Runner. This is designed to fill in the fender gap created when the fatory running boards are removed. These are made of ABS plastic from a 3D printer. They are sanded and smoothed to hide most of the 3D printing lines. They are printed in black then chemically smoothed for strenght and appearance. A coat of black plastic primer with 3 coats of flat black paint over that is used. No hardware provided. Use the factory hardware that was used to attach the running boards to the fender flares.
This is a 3D printed double cup holder for the 1996-2002 Toyota Hilux Surf. This will work on the 4WD automatic console. This will NOT fit on the manual transmission console. That design in still in development. This cup holder is made of ABS plastic and comes in flat black only. This design 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. This design will hold just about any container on the market. Be aware, this design prevents full forward movement of the passenger seat. The front 3″ of movement will be blocked by the cup holder.
There are 2 strips of 3M automotive adhesive already attached to help with install. Make sure the surface attaching to is totally clean. Once stuck in place with the adhesive then you will want to use the 2 provided self-taping screws in the side and top hole. Use a hand screw driver and not a power drill so you don’t strip the hole.
This is a double cup holder for the 1996-2002 3rd gen Toyota 4Runner. It is made of ABS plastic and comes in the two factory colors which are tan “Oak” and the dark gray. This design is for the automatic 4WD and 2WD versions. It will NOT work on the manual transmission console. Our single cup holder design has an option for the manual tranny. The larger hole has an insert which holds large fast food cups. With the insert removed it can hold large water bottles like a Nalgene and Hydroflask bottle. The smaller cup holder can still hold large fast food type drinks snugly but can also securely hold small diameter containers like a soda can, small drink, and grocery store water bottles. There is also a cell phone slot on the passenger side that can handle almost all phones on the market. There are also two pen holders. This cup holder does NOT allow for full movement of the passenger seat. There is about 4″ of forward motion lost but the seat can still go back almost 6″ without issue. If full motion of the seat is extremely important to you then order the single cup holder which allow for that movement. Install Instructions There are 4 strips of 3m automotive adhesive already installed. Make SURE the console is cleaned really well before you attach and use good force when attaching. 2 screws are also included to be used in the 2 screw holes. The shorter silver screw goes underneath the black insert and the longer black screw goes in the lower side hole on the passenger side. Use a hand held screw driver to thread the screws in. Do not use a drill because you will probably strip the screw hole. Turn the screw until it is snug and then stop.
The is a rear double cup holder made for the 1996-2002 3rd Generation Toyota 4Runner. It is made of ABS plastic through the use of a 3D printer. It comes in the two factory colors of Tan and Gray. It can hold most beverage containers on the market. The inside diameter of the holes is 3″ so anything inside that diameter will fit. The flimsy factory rear cup holder will need to be removed first. There are two screws that hold the factory pull out cup holder in place. Once you pull it out you will be able to see and access them. Those 2 screws will not be reused. The new much stronger cup holder will come with 2 new longer screws. The cup holder should slide right into the hole left behind from the factory cup holder. You will need to apply force across the bottom to “click” the cup holder into place. Make SURE you here/feel the cup holder click into place. It has a locking tab underneath that will help secure it onto the console while you thread in the two screws. Remember that you are threading into plastic tabs and not metal. The screws can easily crack those tabs if you over tighten them. Get them snug and then stop turning. You can also use the 3M adhesive strip for added insurance but that is not a must.
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 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 an aluminum grille badge for the 1996-2002 Toyota 4Runner. There are 3 different grille options under this product. There is the grille badge for the 96-98 grille, the 99-00 grille, and the 01-02 grille. They are very different in how they mount so be careful to order the correct one. The 96-98 and the 99-00 Grille badge will come with a backing plate that mounts to the grille surface and the aluminum badge will mount to the backing plate. No hardware is needed for the 96-98 and 99-00 grille badge. The 01-02 grille badge does not come with a backing plate but instead will come with 3 screws and washers to use the factory mounting holes. Make sure to use the provided washers with the screws. Those are used to set the depth correctly and allow the badge to sit totally flush to the grille. Make sure the grill emblem surface has been thoroughly cleaned before mounting any of the 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 single cup holder for the 3rd gen Toyota 4Runner. It is made of ABS plastic and comes in the two factory colors which are tan “Oak” and the dark gray. The cup holder will hold any fast food cup and most beverage container sizes. If you remove the black insert then you have a much larger diameter cup holder for items like a Nalgene bottle. The cell phone slot 3.25″ across and .65″ deep which will allow for most larger cell phones on the market with a case. There is also a pen holder. This single cup holder DOES allow for almost full movement of the passenger seat front to back. You lose about 1/2″ of forward movement which is very minimal. You could push the cup holder forward to allow for full movement of the seat but that would cause the larger fast food cups to come in contact with the dash but that is also minimal. This is available for the automatic and now manual trans. Install Instructions There are 3 strips of 3m automotive adhesive already installed. This is the primary method of attachment. Make SURE the console is cleaned really well before you attach and use good force when attaching. The cup holder will not bond well if the console is not clean. 2 screws are also included to be used in the 2 screw holes. The screws are an added insurance to ensure the cup holder is secure. I would highly encourage you to use the screws. Use a small drill bit and predrill the holes once the cup holder has been stuck into place. Then use a hand held screw driver to thread the screws in. Do not use a drill because you will probably strip the screw hole. Also, do not over tighten them by hand. Turn the screw until it is snug and then stop.
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 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.
This is an aluminum rear hatch TEQ badge that will replace the factory Toyota logo. This will fit on the rear hatch of any 1996-2002 Toyota 4Runner. It matches the subtle curvature of the rear hatch of the 3rd Gen 4Runner specifically. This badge comes in black or red with a brushed aluminum raised trim. It will come with 2 recessed strips of 3M automotive decal adhesive for install. Make sure the surface is clean when installing. To remove the old factory badge you need something like a butter knife or flat head screw driver to pry it off. There are two plastic tabs that help center the factory badge that need to be fully pulled out. The glue should be off with medium force. If it does not, a blow drier or heat gun can heat it up and soften it and make removal a bit easier.