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Old 04-29-2011, 07:49 PM   #322
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Lookeeng gooood!
Hey the coils should be here in a week or two, then I'll let you know what's going on.
 
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What kind did you get?
 
Old 04-29-2011, 08:12 PM   #324
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What kind did you get?
The higher rate Eibachs from the Sittin Sic group buy.
 
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from a prerunner access cab? or the base access cab?
i read on here that the access cab seats won't bolt up (3 holes will on driver and passenger but have to drill one)?

you transplant seatbelts and wiring harness from the bench to the buckets or are those from the buckets?
 
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btw here's the thread i was reading

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...ket-seats.html
 
Old 05-01-2011, 12:51 AM   #327
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from a prerunner access cab? or the base access cab?
i read on here that the access cab seats won't bolt up (3 holes will on driver and passenger but have to drill one)?

you transplant seatbelts and wiring harness from the bench to the buckets or are those from the buckets?
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btw here's the thread i was reading

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...ket-seats.html
From an SR5 access cab. Shouldn't matter what model.

All of the holes are there if you have 2nd gen Toyota Tacoma buckets with the seat brackets. Shit lines up perfectly.
 
Old 05-03-2011, 09:39 AM   #329
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so if i got the Corbeau seat brackets for the Xrunner i'll be in the clear?
 
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ryry what r u planning to do about the airbag situation? are your airbag's not working now?
Yea works fine for the driver. lol

I dunno about the passenger, I always have it turned off.

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so if i got the Corbeau seat brackets for the Xrunner i'll be in the clear?
Should work, yes.
 
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thanks man. hopefully my build will be almost as awesome.
 
Old 05-03-2011, 11:27 AM   #332
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thanks man. hopefully my build will be almost as awesome.
Well then get to work.
 
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so the driver's side plugs in and works but the passenger's side won't unless you had the right harness?

would regular non sr5 seats, trd seats, and xrunner seats bolt right in you think? if so it would give more options of buckets to try to find
 
Old 05-03-2011, 01:05 PM   #334
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so the driver's side plugs in and works but the passenger's side won't unless you had the right harness?

would regular non sr5 seats, trd seats, and xrunner seats bolt right in you think? if so it would give more options of buckets to try to find
All of the Tacoma seats with the brackets should bolt right up.

I know the drivers side is fine because it doesn't yell at me to buckle the seat belt.

The passenger side doesn't matter because I don't have side airbags and the seat doesn't have a pressure sensor in it like the bench does. The bench has the pressure sensor because it's a standard cab and you need to be able to turn the air bag off in the even that you have a baby seat installed.

The access cabs don't have that issue, thusly it's a moot issue. I always have the passenger side airbag turned off regardless.
 
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question about the xrunner shock and spring. how did you install them? were there any specialty tools needed?
 
Old 05-04-2011, 02:33 PM   #336
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question about the xrunner shock and spring. how did you install them? were there any specialty tools needed?
Basic metric hand tools (sockets, ratchets, torque wrenches), jack stands, floor jack, I think we may have used the bottle jack for support so we didn't tear any brake lines.
 
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you got new interior pics ryan? with the seats
 
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if you haven't installed the eibachs yet, could you post a step by step. that would be so helpful. i have never messed with the front suspension on my taco yet.
 
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if you haven't installed the eibachs yet, could you post a step by step. that would be so helpful. i have never messed with the front suspension on my taco yet.
Oh man. lol

Um, if I remember, sure. haha

That's going to add so much more time. But if I remember, yea, I will.
 
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