This is a 3D printed rear double cup holder for the 2015-2020 GMC Yukon and Sierra. It also works on the Chevy Suburban, Tahoe, and Silverado for the same years. It mounts to the backside of the center console giving access to the middle row but still accessible from the front row. This is made of ABS plastic with a textured finish coating. It can hold two cups and two pens. There is also a larger round hole to store a flashlight if desired. The inserts are removable to be able to accept large bottles like Hydroflasks, Yeti 36oz bottles, and Nalgene bottles.. It hooks onto the storage compartment on the backside of the center console. This comes with 3M adhesive to permanently attach it if desired. It also has 4 screw holes if you want to bolt it on. The hook by itself will also keep it attached to the console but it can slide a bit left to right and be kicked off by little kids with clumsy feet if you don’t use any adhesive or screws. If you simply use the hook for install then the install time is about 2 seconds. If you choose to use the provided adhesive then you add about 30 seconds to install.
This is a brushed aluminum TEQ badge that can be mounted on all years FJ Cruisers and can be mounted in numerous locations on the upper and lower grille. The backing plate is installed from the rear of the grille. Provided strips of 3m automotive adhesive are already installed on the back of the emblem. You simply need to remove the red backing from the tape and stick the emblem onto the backing plate. Use good force when installing the adhesive. The install should take 1-2 minutes tops. No tools are needed. This adhesive is VERY sticky so make sure you line it up and get it straight before you stick it on. You probably want someone to hold the backing plate in place while you install the TEQ badge so you can be directly in front and level with the badge as you install it to guarantee you get it straight. I have the black/silver, red/silver, and bare aluminum in stock. The bare aluminum would be for the folks looking to color match their paint.
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 aluminum TEQ badge mounts onto the front grille of your 2011-2015 Toyota Tacoma. It replaces OEM part #90975-A2001. The size is 6.25″ x 4.25″ (159mm x 108mm) The factory chrome badge must be removed. The factory mounting holes will not be used on the new badge. To remove the factory badge simply pry it off. It is held on with plastic tabs. No adhesive or screws were used. The new badge is held on with 3M automotive decal adhesive. The surface on the grille the new badge will mount to MUST be cleaned before mounting. This badge comes in the common black/silver color, red/silver color, and in raw metal (no paint or primer) for folks who want to do their own custom paint job.
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 2 piece aluminum TEQ grille badge for the 2001-2004 Toyota Tacoma. The outer visible piece is made from machined aluminum. The backing plate that goes behind the grille and protrudes forward to the front is made of 3D printed ABS plastic. Look at the pictures to fully understand the 2 piece design. This comes in two options; there is the satin black and gloss red finish. You can also order in bare aluminum and add your own color option. There are no tools needed and no hardware used. The factory badge must be removed first and then the backing plate will slide in behind the grille opening. You do not need to remove the grille to do this. Just pop the hood for easy access. The TEQ badge will have 3M adhesive on the backside. Remove the red backing tape from the adhesive and simply stick the badge onto the backing plate sandwiching the grille in between. Use good force while clamping and hold there for 20 seconds to ensure a good bond.
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 custom machined aluminum TEQ grille badge for an FJ40 Toyota Landcruiser. It comes in two color combos: the red/silver and black/silver It can fit into numerous locations on the grille. This is a two piece design. The backing plate is inserted from the rear and will protrude through the expanded metal grille. You will then run 3 strips of 3M automotive adhesive across the backing plate tabs that will stick out a hair past the grill. The adhesive strips will sandwich the backing plate onto the grille. Once the rear backing plate is securely adhered to the adhesive, you will then remove the red strips to expose the adhesive. The TEQ badge is then stuck onto the adhesive. It has the ability to move up/down and left/right by about 1/2″. Combined with the rear plate’s ability to move all over the grille; you can pretty much put the emblem anywhere you want around the “TOYOTA” emblem on the grille. The pictures provided are all the old plastic version. The new aluminum version will have pics posted soon.
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.
These are machined aluminum TEQ badges for the front grill and rear hatch of the 2009-Present 5th Generation Toyota 4Runner. They come in 3 color options. There is the popular black/silver combo, the retro red/silver combo, and the bare metal for the folks who want to do their own color option. These mount with strips of 3m automotive adhesive on the backside. The factory badge can be removed without even lifting the hood. You simply need a butter knife to pry behind the factory badge and pop it off. There are 3 plastic tabs that hold it on. No screws or adhesive were used to mount the factory badge. My TEQ badge will mount right over the same surface the factory badge was mounted to. Make sure you clean the grill well before sticking the badge on. The rear badge is more difficult to remove. It was installed from the factory with adhesive which will put up a fight before letting go. Be patient with the removal. Good force will be needed to remove it. Also, make sure you line up the badges VERY carefully because once you stick them on they will NOT want to come off.