Toyota 4Runner with more than $50k in Upgrades

4runner with Trail bolt on sliders HREW, Safari snorkel and ARB awning
Toyota 4Runner with CBI Rear single swing arm bumper and full size spare tire carrier
2014 Toyota 4Runner with Icon Vehicle Dynamics Stage 7 suspension (modified)
4runner with Trail bolt on sliders HREW, Safari snorkel and ARB awning
Toyota TRD cold air induction intake +4
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If you’re in the market for a seriously capable off-road vehicle that’s ready to hit the trails, look no further than this 2014 Toyota 4Runner 4×4. Over the past 100,000 miles, the owner has spared no expense in outfitting this rig with top-of-the-line upgrades and modifications to tackle any terrain.

Toyota 4Runner with CBI Rear single swing arm bumper and full size spare tire carrier
Toyota TRD cold air induction intake

Mods & Off-road Upgrades

Engine & Performance

Under the hood, the 4.0L V6 engine has been enhanced with a TRD cold air intake, ARB Safari snorkel, rear differential breather, and Magnaflow Overland exhaust. The drivetrain features beefy 4.88 gears in both the front and rear differentials for improved low-end torque.

  • Toyota TRD cold air induction intake – $375 + $75 install
  • ARB Safari snorkel – $627 + $250 install
  • ARB Rear differential breather – $90 + $50 install
  • East Coast Gear Supply – $1,350 + $1,500 install
  • Nitro 4.88 gears front – $335 + $750 install
  • Nitro 4.88 gears rear – $335 + $750 install
  • 8.2 installation kit – $340 x2 ($680)
  • Magnaflow Overland Exhaust $807

Suspension

The suspension has been completely overhauled with an Icon Vehicle Dynamics Stage 7 system, featuring remote reservoir coilovers, tubular control arms, and a rear adjustable track bar.

  • Icon Vehicle Dynamics Stage 7 (modified) – $6,995 + $650 install
  • CDC valve 2.5 remote reservoir coil over front shocks (20,000 miles since install)
  • CDC valve 2.5 remote reservoir rear shocks (20,000 miles since install)
  • Tubular front upper control arms with Delta joints (new 2022)
  • Billet rear lower trailing arms
  • Tubular rear upper trailing arms
  • Tubular rear adjustable track bar
  • Rear overland 3” springs (Removed 2022 – extra parts, included)
  • Total Chaos – $1,945 + $350 install
  • Front lower control arms with built in skid plate 
  • Dobinson – $275 + $250 install
  • Rear heavy duty 3” springs (600+ lbs. load)

Wheels

Rounding out the running gear are Method 703 bead grip wheels wrapped in BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 tires, providing superior traction in all conditions.

  • Method Race Wheels – $1,330
  • Bead grip model 703 x5 (15,000 miles)
  • BF Goodrich – $1,820
  • ATKO2 285/75R17 x5 (15,000 miles) 
  • Powerbrake – $2,675 + $300 install
  • X-Line 4×4 stage 1 6-piston front brakes – $2,675 + $300 install
  • Brake Pad Set (PB05 Compound) – NEW in packaging replacement set – $229

Exterior Mods

Exterior protection comes courtesy of CBI front and rear steel bumpers, full underbody skid plates, and trail-proven rock sliders. Up top, a Gobi stealth roof rack with ladder provides ample storage for all your gear. Awnings from ARB keep you shaded at camp.

  • CBI – $8,645 + $1,175 install + $800 shipping
  • Front adventure bumper (steel powder coated) – $2,125 + $400 install + $300 shipping
  • Rear single swing arm bumper (steel powder coated) – $3,550 + $350 install + $350 shipping
  • Washer reservoir skid plate – $150
  • Full skid plate package – $1,320 + $200 install
  • Gas tank skid plate – $580 + $75 install.  
  • Trail bolt on sliders HREW – $920 + $150 install + $150 shipping
  • Gobi – $2,070 + $200 install
  • Stealth full roof rack (no sunroof) with ladder – $1,895 + $200 install
  • Awning mount – $175
  • ARB – $986
  • Hard case 2500 awning with light – $686
  • Awning room w/ floor – $300

Interior Modifications

Interior amenities include a Goose Gear dual drawer storage system, Rago Fabrication Molle panels, and Escape Gear seat covers. A Kenwood navigation head unit with Apple CarPlay and cameras provides connectivity and increased visibility.

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  • Goose Gear – $2,885 (included shipping) + $200 install
  • 41 3/8” x 36” x 10” dual drawer storage system (½ and ½) – $2,140
  • Rear plate system – $745
  • Rago Fabrication – $399
  • Molle storage panels pair – $399
  • Escape Gear – $650
  • Charcoal poly cotton tough canvas seat covers (front and rear) $650
  • Blue Ridge Overland Gear – $110
  • MOLLE Visor Organizer ($31 x 2) – $62
  • Headrest Velcro Panel ($29 x 2) – $48
  • Attic (Interior roof storage) – $100

Audio

  • Total audio: $2,898 + $350 install
  • Kenwood – $800
  • DNX 99S Navigation multimedia receiver with Apple carplay (wired) and Android auto (wired) – $800
  • Note: Front bumper camera, dash camera, rear bumper camera; plus OEM moved to rear bumper
  • OEM Audio – $2,098 + $350 install
  • Reference 500 complete speaker replacement with single subwoofer and amp – $1,799 + $250 install
  • Dedicated subwoofer amp $299 + $100 install

Lighting

Lighting upgrades abound, with Morimoto LED headlights, Anzo tails, and an array of auxiliary Rigid and Baja Designs LED lights to illuminate the night. A Warn winch, Maxtrax traction boards, and a complement of recovery gear ensure you can self-rescue when the going gets tough.

  • Lighting: $4,837 + $800 install
  • Morimoto – $1,325 + $200 install
  • XB LED headlights – $1,325 + $200 install
  • Anzo – $450 + $50 install
  • LED tail lights – $450 + $50 install
  • Rigid (Midnight edition) – $1,682 + $250 install 
  • 30” E-series pro spot light (front bumper) – $1,150 + $100 install
  • D-series pro diffused light spot (ditch lights – CBI mount $62) – $297 + $100 install 
  • D-series pro diffused light spot (rear bumper) – $235 + $50 install
  • Baja Designs – $1,315 + $300 install
  • 40” S8 driving combo amber light (roof rack front) – $1,080 + $200 install
  • S2 amber light pair (single chase light installed on rear roof rack) – $235 + $100 install
  • 4Runner Lifestyle Raptor Lights (Smoked Amber) – $65

Electrical

The electrical system has been fortified with dual Odyssey batteries, a Redarc charger, Garmin Powerswitch control, and a Warn winch powered through a grille access port. Communication is handled by a Yaesu HAM and Uniden CB radio, along with a WeBoost cell booster.

  • Electrical: $7,522 + $1,625 install
  • Warn – $1,889 + $250 install
  • Xeon 10,000S synthetic winch with grill access port – $1650 + $250 install
  • Includes Factor 55 fairlead ($89) and flatlink ($150) – $239
  • ARB – $439 + $100 install
  • CMKA 12 single air compressor with mount $339 + $100 mount + $100 install
  • Redarc – $745 + $350 install
  • Tow pro elite electronic brake controller – $235 + $150 install
  • Dual battery 40A charger – $510 + $200 install
  • Odyssey – $1,984 + $350 install
  • Group 34RPC1500 battery – $380
  • Group 31MC2150 battery – $580 
  • Dual battery kit – $699 + $350 install
  • Battery tray for 31M battery – $175
  • 2nd battery tray – $150
  • Garmin – $500 + $175 install
  • Powerswitch (Bluetooth electronics control) – $500 + $175 install
  • Yaesu – $600 + $150 install
  • FTM-400XD amateur radio – $600 + $150 install
  • Uniden – $165 + $100 install
  • CMX760 CB radio – $165 + $100 install
  • WeBoost – $619 + $150 install
  • Drive Reach cell phone booster – $499 + $150 install
  • Drive OTR vehicle antenna – $120
  • Blue Sea – $250
  • Misc parts and panels – $250
  • Ram Mounts – $331
  • Tablet mount (driver/passenger) – $85
  • Magsafe mount (driver) – $35
  • Tablet mount (rear) – $85
  • Garmin inreach mount – $25
  • X-Grip Large Phone Holder with Ball – $39
  • CBI tailgate mount for WeBoost – $23
  • WeBoost mount w/ short double socket extension arm – $39

Recovery & Accessories

  • Recovery Gear and Accessories: $3,672
  • Warn – $59
  • Winch Damper w/ Rigging Accessory Storage Pocket and Reflective Strips – $59 
  • Misc. Recovery Gear – $194
  • Recovery Tow Strap 2in X 20ft Heavy Duty 20,000 lbs Break Strength – $15
  • Winch Snatch Recovery Ring (66,000 lbs max breaking strength) – $15
  • Soft Shackle 1/2 Inch x 22 Inch x 2 (56,000 lbs Max Breaking Strength) with Extra Sleeves (Red) – $20
  • First Alert Autos Car Fire Extinguisher w/ mount to molle panel – $24
  • Bulldog 48 in. 8,000 lb. Farm Jack – $120
  • MAXTRAX – $425
  • MKII Signature Orange Recovery Boards – $260
  • Rear Wheel Harness – $165
  • ARB – $189
  • High Temperature Hose for Air Compressor – $65
  • Digital Tire Inflator w/ case – $70
  • E-Z Tire Deflator (PSI Gauge) w/ case – $54
  • Dometic – $1,230
  • CFX3 35 Portable Refrigerator and Freezer (36L) – $880
  • CFX3 Slide 35/45 (Mounted to Goose Gear) – $350
  • CBI – $626
  • Dual Can Carrier – $266
  • Camp Table $230
  • Hi Lift Jack Mount – $130
  • Wavian – $160
  • Jerry Fuel Can and Spout System Black – $90
  • Heavy Duty Food Grade Water Can – $70
  • Wet Okole Hawaii (never used, included) – $789
  • Front Seat Covers (neoprene waterproof sport) – $374
  • Rear Seat Covers (neoprene waterproof sport) – $415
2014 Toyota 4Runner with Icon Vehicle Dynamics Stage 7 suspension (modified)

Conclusion

With over $50,000 in premium modifications expertly installed, this turn-key 4Runner is an absolute bargain at its $39,500 asking price. For the discerning off-road enthusiast who wants to skip the build process and get straight to adventuring, this proven rig is the total package. Located in Columbus, OH – call or text (614) 285-5179 for more details. Don’t let this incredible opportunity pass you by!

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