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Billet 7075 Front Seat Risers/Spacers (Lifts the front of the seat) 3

Discussion in '3rd Gen Tacoma Parts Marketplace (2016+)' started by EasyDoesIt, May 1, 2019.

  1. May 1, 2019 at 4:03 PM
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    EasyDoesIt

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    6/12/2019: These are in stock and ready to ship.

    This will lift the front of your driver or passenger seat by about 1-1/4". This should help some of you that need that extra leg support and don't want to buy a 2020 Tacoma to get it.

    Right now I only have the front risers but there a couple guys selling the rear risers if you want to lift both the front and the rear of the seat (check out the FS thread by olecoot).

    The trick to the front risers is the offset bolt spacing and the almost parallelogram shape needed to lay flat and match the contour of the floor and seat. Because of the offset mounting points, these are far more time consuming to machine, hence the price difference from rear risers.

    Cost is $100 per seat or $190 for both seats and includes everything needed to install
    • Bolts in with no modifications to 2nd & 3rd Gen Tacoma’s
    • Fits Driver and Passenger Seats
    • Lifts FRONT of seat 1-1/4"
    • Rear centering steel roll pin (5/16")
    • Made from 7075 Aluminum (Talking the strong stuff they build airplanes with)
    • Includes M10 Grade 10.9 Black Hardware (Reuse factory front bolt, rear/top bolt is coarse thread into 7075)
    • Includes Black Powder Coating - custom colors add $ and time.
    • USPS Priority Shipping US Only. (Canadians add $10 for one set and $20 for two sets)
    Send payment with shipping address via Paypal to DesertDoesIt@Gmail.com Please don't forget to include your screen name and year of your Tacoma.

    If you want to pay any other way, send me a PM.

    Started shipping May 13th, 2019.

    Thanks for looking,
    Steve

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  2. May 1, 2019 at 4:03 PM
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    Tools Needed: 14mm wrench/socket and 15mm wrench/socket

    Installation Instructions:
    Step One: Remove both front factory seat base bolts (14mm socket).
    *These M10 fine thread bolts will be reused in Step Five in the same location..

    Step Two: Loosen the rear seat bolts (do not remove). This will allow the front mounts to align a little better.

    Step Three: Lift the front of the front seat by pushing back on the headrest or by asking a helper to sit in the back seat and pull the headrest towards them.

    Step Four: Place lift blocks under the front seat mounts being careful to install the roll pin into the hole on the floor.

    Step Five: Use the factory M10 fine thread bolts to fasten the lift blocks to the floor of the truck.
    *IMPORTANT - THE FACTORY BOLTS ARE USED TO FASTEN THE BLOCKS TO THE FLOOR ONLY.

    Step Six: Use the provided M10-1.5 x 25mm bolts (coarse thread) to fasten the seat to the lift blocks, finger tight only.

    Step Seven: Torque four front bolts and two rear bolts to 27ftlbs or German Spec (good’ntight).

    Check bolt torque at regular intervals.
     
    Last edited: Jun 12, 2019
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    I’ll be the first to bite. Order for two sets incoming, but a question for you (@EasyDoesIt): do you want payment via PP as payment for goods or family & friends?
     
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  4. May 1, 2019 at 7:31 PM
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    Go ahead and send it however you feel comfortable, some folks like that extra insurance that comes from Payment For Goods but either works.
     
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  5. May 1, 2019 at 9:14 PM
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    Order placed :thumbsup:
     
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    Order and payment sent
     
  7. May 2, 2019 at 5:09 AM
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    Payments received, I'll get these shipped out on or before 5/20.

    Thanks guys.
     
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    Blocks are at the powder coaters.
     
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    Hoping this means both of mine will ship next week :thumbsup:
     
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    Possibly, they will absolutely ship before 5/20.
     
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    Will you send a tracking # out to the buyers when they are mailed? Thanks
     
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    Looks like this is a good way to make some room under the seat for a radio or other accessories. How is angle taken into account? e.g. I'm assuming the mounting angle is different with versus without *rear* spacers... Does one work better than the other or are both configurations just as solid?
     
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    Yes sir.

    Got it, replied and received payment.

    Lifting the front of the seat, back of the seat, or both is a preference thing. We are only lifting the front 1-1/4" so the angle is not extreme by any stretch. Either configuration is very solid and should provide you with a little extra space under the seat...maybe enough room to clear an ARB compressor?
     
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    Received, thank you
     
  18. May 8, 2019 at 7:41 AM
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    I would like a set, PAID, Thanks.
     
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    Has anyone experienced lower back pain because of these seats?
     
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    My issue is hamstring numbness and pain, not back pain.
     

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