Tundra Gas Tank Skid | (07-21)
★★★★★ ★★★★★ 5.00/5 Stars. (1 Review)
- CNC cut and formed from 3/16" steel only (necessary for strength, due to the size of this skid & weight of the Tundra)
- Frame mounted
- Hardware Included
- Made in the USA
The Victory 4x4 Gas Tank Skid for 2nd & 3rd Gen Tundra is designed to protect your truck in serious rock crawling.
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Q Michael • 07/20/2020, 7:05:19 PM What is the weight of the skid?
A 07/21/2020, 11:32:11 AM Weight: 78 (lbs)
Q Scott Burton • 11/25/2020, 0:10:09 AM Will your 38 gallon fuel tank skid plate work with my bud built Transfer case skid plate and cross member support?
A 11/25/2020, 2:45:55 PM We have not tested these two skids together.
Q Dan • 01/03/2021, 7:22:16 PM Will this work with Transfer Flows 46 gallon tank
A 01/04/2021, 12:01:54 PM We have not had this test fit with a Transfer Flows 46 tank.
Q Steve • 09/06/2021, 2:35:37 AM Is it possible for this to fit on a Toyota Sequoia with the 26 gallon fuel tank?
A 09/07/2021, 1:58:52 PM It will not. A Sequoia specific skid is on the list!
Q Nick • 11/27/2021, 3:30:15 PM Will the 38 gal skid still fit if I currently have the 26 gal tank?
A 12/01/2021, 10:57:54 AM It will not.
Q CM • 12/07/2022, 9:39:16 AM Will this fit on a double cab long bed Tundra?
A 12/07/2022, 11:15:33 AM Yes it will.
Q Leo • 03/20/2023, 3:16:09 PM Will this work with a 7 inch lift?
A 03/30/2023, 2:59:46 PM We have not tested with a 7" lift specifically, but as long as none of the lift components come closer than stock to the fuel tank, it should work fine.
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Matt (San diego) | February 11th, 2021
My next door neighbor told me about your products and spoke highly of you. My front two skids and sliders are built by RCI but he told me to give you guys a try. I bought a gas skid and a rear diff skid. A few weeks back I gently slid over a Boulder and the skid welds split. I contacted your company with photos saying while it’s expected that it will dented and scratched it shouldn’t break especially how gently I went over the Boulder. Your company basically told me to pound sand and I should go get it fixed. Well it cost me over 200 dollars to get a welder to cut the plate and weld it. I thought you guys would back your products better considering this overlanding community is small and we all talk to each other. I’m constantly getting asked about my tundra and what I have on it. Now I never would intentionally go out of my way to bad mouth anyone but I do tell them the truth of my experience. My RCI skid took the same hits from the rock and held up fine. Again I’m not saying your products are subpar but people are willing to stick with companies that back their products...
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