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Old 10-28-2009, 07:28 PM   #1
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Price lowered.

Update: I've decided to lower the price to rock bottom as the wife wants them out of the office: New price $499 buyer pays actual shipping (cost to buy these is $640 shipped). Trades are still an option.

After much debating I've decided to selling my brand new in the box (and plastic) WOs for my double cab/standard bucket tacoma. Absolutely nothing wrong with them, I just decide to go another route. These are a full front and back kit pretty much loaded with all the options including half piping in charcoal on fronts and backs, deluxe map pockets on both seats, "tacoma" lettering on the fronts, and a cleaning kit. Cost is over $600 for this set not including shipping. I'm asking $565 shipped obo or partial trade for a excellent condition TRD OEM front skid plate/hardware. Would even consider partial trade for quality CAI kit.

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The WO item number is 568 (fronts) and 529 (rears), you can call WO to verify fit. I've also added pics of the style seats I have. The set is for non-airbag deploying fronts and fit all 60/40 back seats.

More pics available on request.
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i dont think you will have any luck, a group buy for these just ended
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i dont think you will have any luck, a group buy for these just ended
Yup well aware of the GB (mine was ordered before) but thanks anyway for the concern .
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trd CAI

you want to trade for a brand new trd CAI? where you located?
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Dude i have the exact same ones......you should have no problem selling these.
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Trade you for a URD TCAI with 2 filters (1 brand new).
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you want to trade for a brand new trd CAI? where you located?
I'm in Oklahoma. PM on it's way.
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Trade you for a URD TCAI with 2 filters (1 brand new).
Very temping but If it's the one I'm seeing from the URD site, I'm thinking that kit is a bit more than a bolt on process. I might be wrong though...your experience?
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These will fit an 09 Dbl Cab right?

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Do you have the "sport buckets" or "standard buckets"? Honestly I don't know the difference but I was told by WO I have the standard.
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Very temping but If it's the one I'm seeing from the URD site, I'm thinking that kit is a bit more than a bolt on process. I might be wrong though...your experience?
Very true. You have to cut a hole in the radiator support to run the intake piping to the front of the vehicle. Then you have to cut and splice into your MAF sensor wires to extend the sensor wires 4 feet.

It is worth it.

The only reason that I am considering getting rid of it is because my next major modification will either be a supercharger or a diesel engine.
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Very true. You have to cut a hole in the radiator support to run the intake piping to the front of the vehicle. Then you have to cut and splice into your MAF sensor wires to extend the sensor wires 4 feet.

It is worth it.

The only reason that I am considering getting rid of it is because my next major modification will either be a supercharger or a diesel engine.
Yea I was afraid of that. Not that I'm inept at DIY projects but I usually draw the line when splicing engine related wires.
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Apparently yes. Someone correct me if I'm wrong but I the standard ones have the fold flat passenger seat while the sport one don't?
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Yea I was afraid of that. Not that I'm inept at DIY projects but I usually draw the line when splicing engine related wires.
I completely understand.
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Do you have a base model, SR5 model, or the TRD model?
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The SR5's have a bolstered seat that is thicker and has higher walls than the Base model seats. The TRD seats have the TRD material on the SR5 cushion pattern (I believe).
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Intresting so your saying there are 3 variations? Never seen a base model seat but I know when ordering from WO they ask specifically if you have a standard bucket (a la SR5, etc...) or the sport bucket (trd sport?). No mention of a different base model seat.
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Intresting so your saying there are 3 variations? Never seen a base model seat but I know when ordering from WO they ask specifically if you have a standard bucket (a la SR5, etc...) or the sport bucket (trd sport?). No mention of a different base model seat.
Pardon me. I was corrected by my friend...

The only different base model seat is the bench seat in the base model regular cab trucks. The SR5 seats do have more bolstering, but the TRD seats have the most bolstering.
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Pardon me. I was corrected by my friend...

The only different base model seat is the bench seat in the base model regular cab trucks. The SR5 seats do have more bolstering, but the TRD seats have the most bolstering.
OK makes sense. So what WO and others are calling the sport bucket is just the trd bucket?
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