Lifted: Our friend R.J. Silva of Eye Kandy Designs gave us some killer visuals of what a new Tundra could look like, depending on your mood. He kept it basic for the lifted version of the Toyota by leaving the body in stock form but also adding some choice aftermarket parts. The bed received a SnugTop Super Sport shell, while the grille was filled with an E&G Classics stainless steel mesh insert. R.J. also color-matched the lower valance and then lifted the truck about 8 inches with coilover shocks over 22-inch American Racing ATX wheels and Toyo Open Country MTs. The brakes are cross-drilled units from TRD. The truck looks like a do-it-all urban commando vehicle without the military paintjob.

Lowered: For the lowered version of our Tundra, we let R.J. go a bit crazy by shaving the body and adding a custom paintjob. The body lost the door handles, emblems, and antenna, and then received a sweet two-tone paintjob with a simple graphic element to separate the two colors. R.J. also color-matched the stock mirrors, bumper, and lower valance. An interesting mod to the front end is the deletion of the tread area at the top of the grille, which is used to grab onto when you slam the hood shut. The grille is plastic, so modifying your own grille shell to look like the rendering is going to be tough, especially if you want to maintain the chrome finish. Other mods include a 4/6 drop, 22-inch Bonspeed Laguna wheels with painted spokes, and BFGoodrich g-Force T/A tires.