This is a double cup holder for a 91-97 Toyota LandCruiser and 96-97 Lexus LX450. It also has a cell phone holder, 2 pen holders, and a flash light holder. This comes in the factory Tan “Oak” color common to the LX450 and some Toyota LandCruisers and the Toyota Gray that is common on LandCruisers. I also offer this is the Right Hand Drive (RHD) version for the non US spec console. The black inserts are removeable to allow for larger beverage containers like a nalgene bottle. I also have an optional “small insert” that fits into the existing inserts that will allow better fitment of more narrow and tall beverage containers like insulated travle mugs, soda cans, and grocery store water bottles. This item comes with 3m automotive adhesive installed on the bottom side. You can use the adhesive strips only to mount this but I would encourage you to also use the 4 provided screws/holes for added insurance. You need to predrill the holes on the center console with a smaller bit then the diameter of the screw. If you don’t predrill the holes you risk cracking the plastic on the center console. DON’T use a powered drill to screw in the screws. You can easily over torque the screws and strip the plastic holes. Use a handheld screwdriver and stop when you get decent resistance. If you have any questions feel free to message me on here. I will get back to you within 24 hours.
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.
This is a single cup holder that fits snugly into the square hole at the front of most 80 series LandCruisers. The LX450 came with a sub woofer in this hole so this cup holder will only fit in the 91-97 Toyota Landcruiser and not LX450. It has a slot for a cell phone that is the width of the square hole. If your phone fits in the square hole now it will fit with the cup holder installed. The cup holder diameter at the top is 3″ with a slight taper towards the bottom. If you need something larger than 3″ then you will want to buy the single or double cup holder set up that mounts on the side of the shifter console. There are also two pen holders that are tilted forward by 15 degrees to make sure the pens don’t interfere with any cup. Soda cans, water bottles, and all fast food cups all fit without issue. Anything bigger (like a Nalgene bottle) will not. These come in the factory Oak tan color and the dark gray color. These are made of ABS plastic through my 3D printer. Install is simple. Remove the 3M adhesive backing and push it into the hole until it hits bottom. It’s a snug fit so it will take a little force to get it to seat all the way into the bottom. I wanted it to be a snug fit so that if a large cup is put into it with a snug fit, it wont pull the entire insert out when you remove the cup. No screws are needed but I left the factory hole at the bottom available if you decided to run a longer screws and anchor it into place.
This is a rear double cup holder for the 91-97 Toyota Land Cruiser and Lexus LX450. It has a storage slot underneath that can hold sunglasses or anything else in that size range. The small circle in the front between the cup slots is for an LED flashlight (not provided). The normal hardware store/harbor freight small LED flashlight will fit in that slot. Most stores carry that size. The black inserts are removable and allow for a wide range of different types of containers. There is also an optional “Travel Mug” insert. This allows for better fitment of tall containers with a narrow bottom. You can add 1 or 2 of these to the order. The rear double cup holder comes in the factory “Oak” tan color and the dark gray. There are 2 types of attachment. The first is the the 3 large strips of 3M automotive adhesive on the backside and 2nd are 4 screw holes and provided self tapping screws. Make sure to use both forms of attachment. In regards to installation, make sure you clean the backside of the console. Simply stick the cup holder on the back of the console in your desired location. Then add the four screws with a screwdriver. Don’t use a power drill or you may strip the holes.
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 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 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 is a double cup holder for the 1995-2004 Toyota Tacoma. There are two versions. One is for the 2WD and 4WD automatic and one is for the 2WD/4WD manual tranny. They are identical other than the mounting surfaces underneath. They come in the two factory colors of gray or tan. You can also order in satin black if preferred. It is made of ABS plastic. This cup holder will hold two drinks, a cell phone, flashlight, and 2 pens. It mounts with 2 strips of 3M automotive adhesive and 2 self taping screws. The screws are not a must for install but are a nice added bit of insurance for extra strength if you are adding two large drinks. The cup holder will hook up onto the console by wedging itself between the tranny shifter bezel and the console bezel. If you have the automatic tranny version you may need to wiggle the console and shifter bezel a bit to get the hook to slide down into place. It is a snug fit but does fit.
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.
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.
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.
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.