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Old 01-25-2012, 06:57 AM   #21
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well i know what i want i just gotta wait a bit. cant decide on dark graphite with contrast stitching or the 2tone on left at top. cant find any pics of that installed.
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well i know what i want i just gotta wait a bit. cant decide on dark graphite with contrast stitching or the 2tone on left at top. cant find any pics of that installed.
If you're looking at the one with the dark graphite surround with grey venter. That one is from my truck. I have a couple of install pics floating around in the other Katzkin thread.
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Thanks. I looked all through the other group buy thread and all I saw was the gray outside and graphite inner. I'll look around some more. Size I know I have seen em
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What about just getting enough perforated material to do armrests in a reg cab? They are longer than AC or DCs.
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what would it cost for the first picture for a 2011 access cab with no heaters? I really like these a lot
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what would it cost for the first picture for a 2011 access cab with no heaters? I really like these a lot
Same question for me but I have an 09 AC. Just making sure...the kit includes both front seats, both rear seats and the rear seat backs on the panel? How much extra for the center console? And is the grey a matched grey to the rest of the interior? Do the front seats have the bungee cord straps for under the seat and do you have to sew the rear seats on or do they have zippers or something? Sorry for all the questions just trying to cover all the bases lol. Thanks
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...And is the grey a matched grey to the rest of the interior?
Ice Grey is a match to the grey interior. And Dark Graphite is the match to the black/charcoal interior
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Do the front seats have the bungee cord straps for under the seat...
The Katzkin are a direct replacement for the cloth. Not just a cover. The only bungee on the bottom is to tighten the back to the seat bottom. The actual seat has a plastic lip that snaps into place along the bottom of the seat.
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Does anyone have any pics of the exact design of the first pic in the OP installed in a AC? If so can you post them for me please? I'm really thinking about getting the kit but I want to see how it looks in the entire cab. Thanks
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I got a Katzkin kit from John last year and it is my favorite mod, equal to my lift and tires. It makes such a huge improvement to the truck.



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i ordered mine recently. John was a great guy to work with. i ordered tuscany midnight black, seat heaters, liquicells for an access cab trd. Cant wait to get them
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I got a TRD offroad double cab. How much for just the front buckets?
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Fronts Only??

Hey Guys,
Believe it or not Katzkin charges me the same for Complete DCab kits vs. a pair of front buckets or even a bench seat. I'm not sure how they generate pricing, but that is consitent with all makes and models. Crazy I know, if I could pass some savings along ya know I would
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i ordered mine recently. John was a great guy to work with. i ordered tuscany midnight black, seat heaters, liquicells for an access cab trd. Cant wait to get them
What are liquicells? And how are the seat heaters wired up?
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i have not received them yet but it was explained to me that the liquicells are like thin Dr. scholls inserts for your seats. they are supposed to reduce fatigue when driving long distances. and for the seat heaters i imagine just hook up to a hot and ground with the switch in between. i will be going to my aux fuse distribution box so that it will be on a fused line and look kinda clean.
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i have not received them yet but it was explained to me that the liquicells are like thin Dr. scholls inserts for your seats. they are supposed to reduce fatigue when driving long distances. and for the seat heaters i imagine just hook up to a hot and ground with the switch in between. i will be going to my aux fuse distribution box so that it will be on a fused line and look kinda clean.
The heaters that John sent me are just that, and they came with their own inline fuse. I tapped mine into the hot for my 12v plug just temporarily until it gets to be warmer weather, then I will be wiring them in permanently through the fuse block.

The heater pade themselves are reasonably thin and comfortable to sit on. They're not carbon fiber thin, they're a bit thicker than that. But that means that they actually provide a bit more padding to sit on. But, each pad is only large enough to cover half of the seat. I put mine on the rear half of the seat, and it fits almost perfectly in that square. I find that I don't need them on the front half of the seat, since I very rarely wear shorts, and the heater pad emits enough heat that I don't notice the cold leather of the front half. As for the seat back, I put mine as high on the lower half as I can, and it's in an ideal spot.

I can explain further and even take a picture if this confused anyone.
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subbed. pm coming your way, john. just curious, why do i never see contrasted headrests? perhaps just haven't searched enough? or not possible?
It's possible. When you get a two tone, there is an option for the center piece of the headrest to be the same colour as the center sections of the seat.
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are these still available to order?
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