I’m excited to get my Topper installed on my '22 Toyota Tundra. Thought I’d share some photos here. The plan is to build this thing out to make golf trips, but internally at the household it’s strictly family trips!
Things we’ve done here:
GFC Topper. I went with the front and back window, mainly to see through the back when driving forward and I’d have to say this is nice but not that nice as each window gets to have it’s say in reducing visibility. Sort of a toss up if I’d get windows again but for now I say it was worth it to have some visibility. All the doors function seamlessly, and I love opening the whole thing up.
Decked Drawers - I’d watched a few review of these and found them to add an element of storage to allow for me to keep my shtuff in the truck at all times. Specifically: Golf clubs. I use a smaller half set Sunday bag and with that set up there can be two in each drawer, no problem. Larger stand bags like the utility Jones fit as well.
Rhino stepper things - Nothing special about these. I think they are rock slides but I liked how my whole foot can go on it. The left one has a bit of a gangster lean but I think it’s my weight stepping on it.
I didn’t add any lights in the bed, it actually has a couple of nice lights there.
Next things I’m noodling -
Suspension - Do I need to make an upgrade for all the weight in the bed? So far it seems to be riding pretty nice but who knows when I throw a bunch of stuff back there.
Fridge - Nothing better than having a tasty or refreshing beverage available in the parking lot. Anker the battery maker has a sweet looking battery powered fridge that lasts some 40 hours that is compelling. There’s also just sticking with a Yeti for simplicity. I’m so deep into this build that it may need to wait till a few paychecks clear.
Bumpers and other heavy metal objects - I’m continuously fascinated by the Baja bumper, but it may be a little too aggressive when pulling into Waverley or other fancy country clubs as a guest. Or - it could be cool. There’s no reason for me to have it other than night driving to Silvies Ranch when there is a real chance to hit a mule deer on the way.
Tires and Wheels - Between a lift and tires and wheels, I see a lot of upgrades going here first. I like the under the radar look and want to avoid it as much as possible.
Anyhow, take a gander, I’d be happy to answer any questions. Very happy with the GFC customer service, I was the dumbass that asked to have it installed in Montana, but then decided to have it shipped for arm, leg and first child to Beaverton, Oregon’s Iron Rig for install. They did a great job with the install being the first time. Needless to say, I’m jacked about this set up. Its a dream rig and I’m very grateful to have had the help from the GFC customer service to get it accomplished, much love and thanks to the team.