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Old 06-24-2014, 07:20 AM   #161
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This is a CLASSIC SOFT TRIM leather interior kit.
www.classicsofttrim.com
Thanks,
I couldn't come up with a cost when I searched, do you have any idea how much it would cost for the 2 front seats leather with TRD stitching ( I have an access cab )
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Old 08-22-2014, 09:27 AM   #163
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Hope you don't mind my asking, what heated seat kit did you use? I've been looking into this for a while and those look nice, whole seat bottom and back. Thanks!!
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Awesome thread. I plan on doing this for sure. Lots and research and planning to do. Cst site only had beige and didn't show me a price.
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Old 11-07-2014, 02:43 PM   #168
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Got it off eBay. It's been so long I don't remember what brand. Sorry!
not like you actually used it anyway... still isn't wired up is it?

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Awesome thread. I plan on doing this for sure. Lots and research and planning to do. Cst site only had beige and didn't show me a price.
in the group buy there was a lot of cst problems and the vendor ended up switching to just katzkin. mine and craigs cst seem to fit fine, but some others did not.
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did you install your vinyl on the door panels?

hello! I have installed all the katzkin on the seats and the only thing left are the door panels. my original has the cloth but katzkin sent me vinyl to change those out. looking for some help. thanks!
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hello! I have installed all the katzkin on the seats and the only thing left are the door panels. my original has the cloth but katzkin sent me vinyl to change those out. looking for some help. thanks!
what do you need help with? explaining how to do it?



try this- http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...arm-rests.html
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Homer,

Wanted to thank you again for the encouragement earlier this year and most of all for your detailed write up.

I decided to try this myself since i couldnt find an installer and these turned out fantastic. Not hard at all. Just took time. I did them with seat heaters and wfused and wired them with relay to only come on with ignition. I put the switches on the center console and now that winter is here... the seat heaters are awesome. My son loves everything. I could do this without this write up.

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Homer,

Wanted to thank you again for the encouragement earlier this year and most of all for your detailed write up.

I decided to try this myself since i couldnt find an installer and these turned out fantastic. Not hard at all. Just took time. I did them with seat heaters and wfused and wired them with relay to only come on with ignition. I put the switches on the center console and now that winter is here... the seat heaters are awesome. My son loves everything. I could do this without this write up.

Thank you again.

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Looks great Paul!
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Old 12-02-2014, 05:36 PM   #174
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thats it!

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what do you need help with? explaining how to do it?



try this- http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...arm-rests.html
yes! this is perfect! thank you
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