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Old 01-15-2009, 10:44 AM   #1
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Uncomfortable seats - solution

I also do not like the low-slung front seats in my 2009 Prerunner double cab - shouldn't have bought the truck. What I intend to do is taper-cut a piece of foam to fill-in the low spot over the back-half of the seat and cover it with custom-fit leather seat cover from gtcovers.com
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shouldn't have bought the truck. What

Don't let the seats cause you to regret your purchase.
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Probably should've bought a TRD model -- the seats are better.

Will those GT Covers fit over your extra pad? They look pretty exacting...
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Get yourself some good covers.

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Old 01-15-2009, 11:10 AM   #5
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save the bucks and sit on a cushion from the dollar store

Its funny but thats what I have to do in my 96. The seat sinks all the way to the metal pan in that sucker.
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I second good covers.
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Probably should've bought a TRD model -- the seats are better.
That's a matter of opinion. I personally like the SR5's better.
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I also do not like the low-slung front seats in my 2009 Prerunner double cab - shouldn't have bought the truck. What I intend to do is taper-cut a piece of foam to fill-in the low spot over the back-half of the seat and cover it with custom-fit leather seat cover from gtcovers.com
Shouldn't have bought the truck ? Hmm. I'm kinda getting used to the seats. Its just the engine ticking, rear end whine, and buzzing noise from the passenger side that bothers me. Did I miss anything ?
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I second good covers.
That's a matter of opinion. I personally like the SR5's better.
Absolutely it is... I found that the SR5 seats weren't terribly comfortable for me.
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That's a matter of opinion. I personally like the SR5's better.

I agree with you there man, I hated the seats in my X-Runner (same seats as a sport/off-road). the seats in my SR5 are more comfortable to me.
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Probably should've bought a TRD model -- the seats are better.

Will those GT Covers fit over your extra pad? They look pretty exacting...
I hope it fits...will find out this weekend.
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I have a set of gray TRD Offroad seats in my garage. They're out of my '06 Access Cab, are in perfect shape, and include stock mounting brackets and sensors if you wanna make an offer.

I'm going to list them on ebay shortly but I figured I'd let you have first crack at 'em.
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