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Toyota Tundra Parts Available from ExtremeTerrain

2007+ Tundra Parts and Accessories now Available

PAOLI, Pa. (August 29, 2019) – ExtremeTerrain.com (XT) has been home to Jeep Wrangler Parts, from 1987 to current model year, since 2003. Adding Toyota Tacoma parts just over a year ago, today the team at XT is proud to announce the addition of Toyota Tundra parts for 2007 to current model year Tundra pickups.

New Tundra parts are being added every day, from bumpers to Tundra wheels, so be sure to tell all your Tundra-owning friends to head to XT’s site to find the new home for 2007+ Toyota Tundra parts and accessories.

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Transform Your Tacoma - $5,000 Parts Giveaway

WIN $$$ for your Tacoma | Enter Daily on ExtremeTerrain.com

PAOLI, Pa. (August 28th, 2018) – ExtremeTerrain has been an online retailer of 1987+ Jeep Wrangler parts since its 2014 inception. This changes today, as the ecommerce auto parts shop officially announces the addition of 2005+ Toyota Tacoma parts to XT’s store. With the announcement comes XT’s first-ever Tacoma-themed giveaway.

The “Transform Your Tacoma Giveaway” officially starts August 23, 2018, where potential entrants can submit daily for their chance to win a $5,000 Tacoma parts shopping spree from XT’s catalog.

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Brake Booster Replacement

Brake problems can manifest themselves in a number of ways. Shoes or pads can wear out, leaks can develop in the master or slave cylinders, or the power booster on a power brake system could fail. In this case, the problem was the brake booster leaking vacuum on a 1994 Land Cruiser FZJ80.

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Basic Wheel Facts

How to measure a wheelThere are several critical measurements to take into account when selecting a wheel or when replacing your stock wheels with aftermarket wheels (wheels and rims being used interchangeably in this article). Among these important measurements are:

Wheel Diameter

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4x4 Tech: Driveline Basics


"It's just a steel tube with a u-joint at each end that transfers torque from the output of the transfer case to the axle. Nothin' special, right?" Well... yes, but that is an over-simplified answer.

There are many subtle things about a drive shaft and the conditions it operates in that will greatly affect how well the drive shaft performs. These subtle variables may have a profound impact upon the life of the drive shaft components, the amount of vibration the drive shaft produces, and whether or not the drive shaft is even capable of meeting your vehicle's specific requirements.

In this article we'll explain some of these subtle but extremely important variables, teach you about the different types of drive shafts that exist, and help you understand how to adjust the operating angles to ideal for the type of drive shaft that you have.

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