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4.76/5 Stars out of 802 Reviews
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Perfect For My Needs
(TX) | March 7th, 2023
Just recently got into putting some small additions onto my 2010 4Runner, these were a fantastic addition! Puts all the necessary items that I need right at my finger tips, but out of the way so that they are not distracting! Install was quick and easy! Would highly recommend to anyone trying to find more storage or functional space to mount every day carry items in their vehicle. Looking forward adding more Victory 4x4 product into the 4Runner!
Note From Victory 4x4: Thanks for the review, David!
Play it again Sam
(SD) | March 2nd, 2023
I've had mine for a couple years now and need to order another for my 2nd antenna. I'm impressed. And thanks for the stickers! Tom
Note From Victory 4x4: Thanks, Tom!
Great table, easy install
(FL) | February 26th, 2023
I purchased the table for my 2018 GX460 and I absolutely love it. The installation process was pretty easy and took me about 2.5 hours to complete. The materials and construction are great and should last a long time. The retention cables could have been a little heftier. Otherwise, I think it is great. Worth the money.
Note From Victory 4x4: Thanks for the review! The cables have been very robust in our use, but if you ever have an issue, don't hesitate to reach out.
Absolutely love my rack
(MT) | February 25th, 2023
Went together flawlessly. Fit like a glove. I ordered it with the light bar cut out and awning brackets. Turned out better than expected. I should have known that we got one on our 4runnee as well. Couldn't be happier
Note From Victory 4x4: Thanks, Dan!
Good looking and functional!
(Johnson City, TN) | February 25th, 2023
These panels look awesome in the truck and are extremely functional. They seem to be very good quality with nice powder coating and at a reasonable price!
Note From Victory 4x4: Thanks, Dillon!
Installation and finished product
(SoCal) | February 23rd, 2023
Installation was not simple… drilling into my dash was a concern. The 3/4 hole turned into a bigger hole to fit the connector properly. The finished product is very nice and the reason I purchased this.
Note From Victory 4x4: Thanks for the feedback, Phil. Glad you like the finished product.
5th Gen Pet Divider
(OH) | February 18th, 2023
I just wanted to let everyone know that I rolled the dice and bought this knowing it may not fit as I have a 4th Gen 4Runner. Well, I'm here to tell all of the Victory 4x4 customers and enthusiasts out there that this unit WILL work on your 4th Gen with just a simple modification. The 90 deg side mount brackets simply need the three (3) vertical slots elongated by just a bit over the width of the slot. I simply took a drill bit the same size as the slot and drilled a hole right underneath each slot and then used a dremel to 'connect' the hole and slot and smooth out the transition into 1 larger slot. This allowed me to move the outer panels downward to clear the side window trim and mate with the roof headliner. This modification also allowed all four (4) of the rear window molle panel holes to be used as connection points. Victory 4X4, if you read this, please modify those brackets by lengthening the slots and this will be a nice universal unit for 4th Gen and 5th Gen 4Runners. I had a wire panel zip tie'd to my headrest posts to keep my hunting dog in the back but this kept me from being able to fold down the rear seats to haul oversized items. Now, I have a great looking Victory 4x4 Molle panel to match my window panels that keeps the dog in the back but now allows me to fold the rear seats down. Slowly but surely, the '07 is being kitted out with Victory 4x4 accessories.
Note From Victory 4x4: Thanks for testing that out and for the review!
Stout Sliders
(PA) | February 10th, 2023
I performed what I consider a thorough search of options for my 23 T4R ORP and picked Victory sliders. They appeared stout in online pics which was confirmed when viewed in person. I have not seen other options in person but these have to be among the toughest available. I wanted and like the step feature and the step metal is also robust enough to take a hit. Steps on other available options appear too flimsy to me and more likely to rust through being the metal is more thin. I mounted them by resting on stacked boxes at each end as opposed to using my floor jack. Seemed to be a much more stable way to get them into position. The sliders were well packaged but FedEx is a joke. They come in one box for each slider. Both boxes were completely busted open but fortunately all was OK except for one minor ding on the passenger side rail. The FedEx delivery driver was a complete bozo and was rough handling the heavy boxes by siding them on their side across the full length of the step van and bouncing them off of steps in the floor. I got in the van to help unload which probably prevented more dings. One suggestion is to go with a different delivery service. Not a fan of FedEx. The sliders look great, are very stout and add to my blackout look with powder coating. The powder coating wasn't flawless but fine for a slider on a truck. All-in-all happy with my purchase.
2008 LX 570 - functional just leave space on your cuts
(Utah) | February 3rd, 2023
Installed this along with the front strike with tubes over the holidays on my 08 LX 570. Overall very pleased with the look, fit , and finish. The videos were quite helpful but sometimes hard to follow as it is trying to apply to all LC 200’s and LX model years. My model year was slightly different especially in respect to the sensor size. The relocation holes were almost too small and are an extremely snug fit. Provided rubber grommets are useless with my 08. The other issue was the back up light delete plates and provided hardware. The provided hardware bolts did not fit the holes in the steel plates. Took several trips to Home Depot to figure out the right sizes but a bit frustrating to say the least. Again, pictures would be helpful, but not sure how to include them.
2008 LX 570 - Awesome but not without some mods
(Utah) | February 3rd, 2023
Let me start by saying I’m not the most mechanically inclined person. So if I can figure this out, there’s a good chance those who are reading this can have the confidence they will too. Online videos were a great help but to a point which I will explain. Love the overall look and finish of the bumper. I installed mine on my 2008 Lexus LX 570. I ordered the tubes with mine for a little added protection against deer on the Utah highways. Let me start by saying I was warned ahead of time and Victory offered to ship the bumper back with a refund because they had never installed the bumper on an 08-2010 LX model. I got to be the Guinea pig. First challenge is the sensors are in a different location than the later models. They are higher on the front fascia and the cut is extremely close. I could easily post a picture to explain how close but you can leave them in place. The 08 sensors also seem to be bigger and cannot be install with the provided rubber grommets. The next challenge, which I have not resolved yet, is the bottom bracket hole alignment with the tow hook holes. No matter how many times I tried to adjust or soft fit the bumper I could not get these bottom sets of holes to align with the frame holes. Again, a picture would best explain the issue here. I just have the 8 bolts from the front plates holding the bumper in place at the moment. Will probably have to have these cut or milled out a little larger. Now had I not spec’d the tubes my life may have been easier. The tubes push into the front plastic fascia when the bumper is installed thus deforming the fascia as to make contact with the new steel bumper. After several test fits and creative cutting we were able to get the fascia to ‘fit’ around the tubes. Again, I was warned that there may be some issues, but all things being said I’m still happy with the finish and function. It’s the fit that gave me trouble.