Category Archives: Land Cruiser FJ40/FJ45

ARB: Introducing Our First Off Road Icon

By | June 29, 2015

We asked you to help us choose four of the most iconic 4WDs from the last four decades as part of our Off Road Icons project. We couldn’t be more pleased to announce the first Off Road Icons vehicle – the Toyota Land Cruiser 40 Series. The Toyota Land Cruiser 40 Series was Toyota’s best selling vehicle in… Read More »

Nitro Xtreme Diff Covers for Semi Float Landcruiser!

By | October 25, 2012

Nitro Xtreme Diff covers for Semi Float Landcruiser! Now in stock! As many of you know the factory stamped diff cover on the Toyota Landcruiser 9.5″ semi-float rear end is little to be desired. They are thin, rust easily and don’t adequately protect your expensive diff parts from damage. Since these are sort of the oddballs, none of the… Read More »

Nitro Gear & Axle Chromoly Full Float Rear Axle Shafts for Toyota Land Cruiser & Custom Applications! Now available!

By | May 22, 2012

Toyota Trucks & Land Cruisers are well known for their strength & reliability all over the world.  Out of the box they feature some pretty great drivetrain, but they do have their limits.   The factory 30 spline full-floater axle shafts are not built to withstand the added stress of larger tires and heavy offroad use. Nitro Gear & Axle… Read More »

Pitbull Maddog LT Tires on TrailReady Beadlock Wheels

Anyone can buy new tires and new wheels, install them on their rig, and give a glowing review about how well the tires hook up and how pretty the wheels look…but the real test of a product is how well it survives hard long-term use.  I’ve put a set of 39 x14.5-17 Pitbull Maddog LT Bias Tires and… Read More »

Right Channel Radio CB Installation

By | December 14, 2008

‘Hey, who’s the driver of that tan FJ40?’ ‘Hello….anyone?’ ‘uummm….hello? Anyone know which way to turn at the intersection? ANYone??’ How many times have you been ‘that guy’ on the trail ride? I have a few times…and it isn’t fun. The problem? The rig ahead of you is responsible for you making correct turns and helping get you… Read More »

Roundeyes Conversion Headlamps

By | November 14, 2006

I don’t know about you, but I’m notorious for my ability to break accessories on my rig…as much as I slide the cage/body on rocks and trees and as often as I flop or roll the rig, anything bolted on the outside is a candidate for replacement. Mirrors and auxiliary lights are no exception…and frankly, replacing even cheap… Read More »