Michigan Made: Victory 4×4

JCROffroad is one of the Michigan businesses leading the way when it comes to engineering Jeep parts. And they have been successful at it. A few years back, when we ran their Michigan Made article, we also caught wind of something else they had been cooking up. Victory 4×4 is something not aimed at the Jeep market.There are hundreds if not thousands of businesses in Michigan. With the Michigan Made series we try and highlight the ones that stick out as unique, offer interesting products to purchase or relate to adventuring in general.

From their beginnings, Victory 4×4 made their own way into a market saturated with Toyota parts. Following the same standards as their sister company JCROffroad, Victory 4×4 is providing high quality, overlanding parts to Toyota owners in the form of racks, sliders, and bumpers. The catalog runs the gamut of the Toyota overland rigs with everything necessary for Tundras, Tacomas, and 4Runners. Prices are in-line and often better than what other manufacturers are currently running for the same types of parts.

The Victory 4×4 Tacoma.

As with JCR, Victory 4×4 puts their parts to work on the vehicles they build. Both the Tacoma and Tundra builds embody the overlanding lifestyle. And much like their Jeep builds, they’re beautiful builds that are not overly flashy.

The Victory 4×4 Tundra.

The company slogan of “There & Back” perfectly highlights the journey is the destination mantra so often found in overlanding. The products are designed for that “there & back” again mentality as is reflected in where they go and what they do. If you are in the market for Toyota parts, made in Michigan then Victory 4×4 should be the first place you look.

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  1. Looking for good places to take my 4runner in Michigan. Live near Detroit area. Thanks!

    • Hey Michael! If you’re hoping for some places in SE Michigan you (and the rest of us who live in the area) are out of luck. The closest we have is west into Allegan/Yankee Springs, northwest into Manistee National Forest, or north into Huron National Forest. All of which is 2-3 hours away at best. We have a group trip happening this weekend if you are interested. We will be heading up to the Indian River area and working south into the northern end of Manistee. I know it’s short notice, but if you are interested shoot us an email to us: contact@michiganoverland.com. We’ll get the details over to you.

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