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2 questions..... Just picked up a gorgeous one owner Black 02 Tundra TRD V8 4x4 X cab for my girlfriend. She wants to get some larger tires so I was thinking about FJ wheels and tires after doing some research... I wanted to grab a factory Navigation for her as well.... Does anybody have either, and will I need to modify anything to install? Thanks..
 

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Not sure about the wheels but as far as a indash navigation unit goes get an aftermarket one, its easier, cheaper and does more than a stock navi. But if your bent on putting a OEM one in theres a thread floating around here somewhere (search for navigation etc) that has part numbers and details about installing a factory navigation, I think its from a solara or camry....anyway just try searching around.

heres 1: http://www.tundrasolutions.com/foru...27353-solara-navigation-install-on-04-tundra/
 

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There was no stock navigation for the 1st-gen Tundras. And if you are adding bigger tires, do not go any bigger than 265/75-16 or 265/70-17 on a stock suspension.
 

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Then it was very late in the series. Would it fit in an '02?
Searching on toyotapartszone it looks like it started in '04......but you can make it work in a '01-'03 w/ enough time and wiring know-how. Thats why I said itd be easier just to install an aftermarket navi unit.
 

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And if you are adding bigger tires, do go any bigger than 265/75-16 or 265/70-17 on a stock suspension.

I think you missed a "not" in there.....anything larger than those on a stock setup will rub....
 

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I think you missed a "not" in there.....anything larger than those on a stock setup will rub....
You are correct. I fixed it in my post.
 

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Yep, its easier to get aftermarket Navi unit. But I like challenge and got my self latest Navigation Unit installed into my 2001 Tundra (I has same options as 2010 Tundra Navigation. XM Radio, Bluetooth, Back-up Camera, 4CD MP3/WMA Changer, iPhone/iPod input, etc...)
 
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