I didn't bother mentioning the TRD line up, since they offer a small amount of aftermarket support for Toyota compared to the amount FCA offers with mopar. I mean you can fully modify a HEEP to a proper mall crawler with all the doodads thru mopar under warranty.
Don't know if that's true.. FCA has their Mopar department for a huge amount of aftermarket accessories for their vehicles. Doesn't Ford also have their performance department for aftermarket accessories?
I've swapped mine over to LED bulbs and happy with it. I got mine of Amazon, company is CougarMotor. They offer a "fog light/DRL" which won't be as bright. But if you get the driving light like this you'll have a lot of light output compared to their fog version. CougarMotor H11
Jeez thats long! Definitely see why you wouldn't air down. If you don't want to spend $300+ for an ARB, VIAR has a solid compressor that cost me around 150ish I want to say. Timed it the most recent time I was out and took 3mins to go from 20 to 42.
If you're new to the 4x4 life, you're better off sticking with no larger than 34s like the others that have ventured into 35s have said. Also sticking with a typical 2.5" lift, when you go into the 4" range you need to worry about panhard bar, brake line extensions, possibly even custom...
Why do you even bother calling them when you know they won't sell if for anywhere near the price you can find online from toyota dealerships. I had 1 situation where I called for a part, gave the dude the part number and he said he can't find it. I told him I'm on your online toyota parts site...
Where there is a will there is a way... I've hauled many items larger than 6' long in the 200. The other week my dad actually used it to haul 16' boards of lumber
So yea it's pretty easy to haul with the tailgate down.