5 Killer FJ Cruiser Builds


Sgt. Slaughter is one of the best looking and most cohesive FJ builds we’ve seen on Revkit. While it’s definitely a head-turner, this FJ also has the off-road chops to back up its good looks.

Up front you’ll find King 2.5” remote reservoir front coilovers with secondary 2.5” triple-bypass shocks as well as Total Chaos upper and lower control arms with a mountain of supporting mods. Moving around back is a similar story with custom-built King 2.5” x 16″ remote reservoir shocks and a King air bump stop kit to soak up the heavier hits.

A set of 17” bronze Fuel Zephyr wheels wrapped in 37” BFGoodrich KDR2+ tires sit at the corners with massive 6” flared fiberglass fenders that allow everything to articulate smoothly. David also added some armor to this rig in the form of an N-Fab PreRunner front bumper, a Body Armor rear bumper, All Pro Offroad rock sliders and Bud Built full-length skid-plates.

This build has excellent attention to detail with mods like the classic Land Cruiser-style badges on the tailgate, but to get the full scope you’ll need to check out David’s REVKIT page for yourself!


Slappy Pankake is an ideal weekend warrior with some carefully selected mods to improve the look and off-road capability. It’s also rocking the somewhat uncommon 6-speed manual from factory which we always love to see.

Underneath this FJ you’ll find Radflo 2.5” coilovers and shocks with remote reservoirs as well as a Yukon rear locker and a set of 285/70R16 BFGoodrich KO2s to help with traction. Then jumping up top there’s a full-length Sherpa Fuji roof rack that houses an Extreme LED 42″ slim light bar, but that’s only the beginning of the lighting mods on this rig. Anzo projector headlights and Baja Designs S2 chase lights provide better visibility on the trail while the KC Cyclones update the FJ’s dated looking mirror lights to match.

Make sure you drop by Danny’s REVKIT page to get even better look at this build!


The IPM FJ’s custom “Gambler Green” KMC wheels were the first thing that caught our eye, but I am happy to report that the rest of the upgrade list continues to impress.

The build is outfitted with a Camburg 3.5” long travel kit paired to 8” King 2.5” coilovers with triple bypass secondary shocks and matching King shocks in the rear. Also hiding beneath is a Timbren extended bump stop kit and Nitro 4.56 gears.

As previously mentioned, the IPM FJ is sitting on custom “Gambler Green” KMC Machete wheels wrapped in Dick Cepek Extreme Country 35/12.50R17 tires which creates a fantastic, rugged looking stance. Adding to the aggressive look is an IPM Fab front bumper and rock sliders alongside an Expedition One rear bumper with a tire carrier to support the full size 35” spare.

The mod list continues with upgrades such as PRP seats and Baja Designs lighting, but you’ll have to check out the IPM FJ REVKIT page to find out more.


The Crapet’s Garage FJ is a seemingly modest build from the outside, but it packs a punch with some well-chosen off-road mods that make it the perfect rig for exploring Alabama’s wilderness.

The build features a beefy Fab Fours front bumper housing an 8000 lb. winch while a Demello rear bumper provides some additional protection. They also made sure to keep the factory Toyota rock rails on this rig to help deflect rocks away from the doors.

For suspension, Crapets’ FJ is riding on a Total Chaos 2” Race Series long travel kit with 10” ORI STX nitrogen struts that net some additional ground clearance on the trail. This is paired with a set of 17” XD wheels and 33” Nitto Terra Grapplers to complete the look.

Take a peek at the Crapet’s Garage FJ REVKIT page if you want to see this rig in action!


This FJ was built to work double duty as both a reliable daily driver and an overland rig for exploring the Arizona back-country on weekends.

A simple Bilstein 5100 kit provides a bump in ride height alongside a set of 33″ BFGoodrich KO2s wrapped around 16” SCS F5 wheels for a no-frills, utilitarian look. The build also features a custom built high-clearance front bumper and factory Toyota rock rails to help protect the body work when things get hairy on the trail.

Up top a Baja Rack flat utility rack supports the FSR High-Country 55” tent allowing for a good night’s rest away from home. Mounted at the front of that rack is a 40” Baja Designs LED light bar and tucked in the back corners you’ll find Baja Designs S2s to provide area lighting that makes setting up camp at night a little less tricky.

Swing by Noah’s REVKIT page for all the details on this overland build!

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