Tundra Ditch Light Mounts | 2nd & 3rd Gen (07+)
★★★★★ ★★★★★ 4.20/5 Stars. (5 Reviews)
- Low profile mounting solution for ditch lights/A-pillar lights. The brackets move the lights as far as possible toward the outside of the vehicle to minimize hood/fender glare.
- Bolt-on installation
- Powder coated
- Zip-Tie holes for wire management
- Fits 2nd & 3rd Gen Toyota Tundras (07+)
- Made in the USA
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Q Jeff • 12/21/2020, 10:33:21 AM Will these fit a 2020 Sequoia TRD Pro?
A 12/23/2020, 5:37:41 PM We have not tested that yet.
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WJD (pa) | May 5th, 2021
I wish i would have read the reviews before i purchased. on a 2nd gen you have to grind the drivers side at least 1/4" to clear the windshield wiper arm. you have to shim them with washers to clear the hood or youll chip the paint on your hood when you tighten them down.. and they are very much an eye sore in that they very clearly are designed for a different truck, so the lines do not match the truck at all. its hard to explain till you see them in person, but they may as well be universal. finally... they stick up about 1 1/4" from the hood. which again, doesnt sound like much, but they claim low profile. these are most certainly not. they are solid built and coated well. i bet they are awesome on a 3rd gen, but its absurd that even after i contacted them about all this, they still have them listed as fitting a 2nd gen. and clearly there are others that have issuse as per the reviews. i got a full refund, but they still list them as fitting 2nd gen.
Note From Victory 4x4: This was an manufacturing issue, if the bend isn't perfect it will fit as you've noted on the 2nd gens. We have it handled, but we apologize for the issue. Please contact our customer service team and we can send the correct bracket.
Nicholas M. (AL) | March 17th, 2020
These look great mounted on my 2007 Tundra and were super easy to install. Unfortunately my driver side windshield wiper hits the bottom of the drivers side mount and pushes it up slightly each time. It has started scratching the paint off of my wiper blade arm. I haven't removed them yet but I'll have to figure out a solution to stop the constant rubbing when my wipers are on.
Note From Victory 4x4: This was an manufacturing issue, if the bend isn't perfect it will fit as you've noted on the 2nd gens. We have it handled, but we apologize for the issue. Please reach out if we can be of assistance.
Jon B. (Texas) | October 24th, 2019
Purchased these ditch light brackets for my 2019 Tundra. The quality is amazing and the fit is perfect, with an easy install and low profile look. Keep up the good work Victory 4x4!
Jake (CA) | October 8th, 2019
After 2 sets of brackets, working with staff and engineers, I was left without usable brackets for my 2010 Tundra. Provided pics and measurements, with no success. These are for 3rd gen only, dont be fooled and waste your money like I did. To date, have not seen a 2nd gen with these brackets installed, despite what the site says will fit
Chase Kahl (MO) | August 22nd, 2019
I bought these mounts for my 2017 tundra. they fit like they're suppose to, but my rough country ditch light mounting brackets were too wide for the original hole on your mounts.... my lights were hitting the quarter panel. so I had to modify the victory mount by drilling a new hole for the light to be mounted. Then after install and everything working right, I ran into another problem. Now my driver side windshield wiper arm hits the nut that locks down the light.... now I have to further modify the bracket or move the lights back to the original hole with a quarter to half inch spacer between the lights and the victory mount....
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