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Interior Plastic Parts?

Discussion in '1st Gen. Tacomas' started by WhyNotFab, Sep 3, 2010.

  1. Sep 3, 2010 at 7:48 PM
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    WhyNotFab

    WhyNotFab [OP] Well-Known Member

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    I'm in need of a new side plastic for the passenger seat, the plastic handles to go on the latches to adjust the seat backs, a plastic plug for covering screw on the door panel, and one of the plugs on the passenger grab handle.. Does anyone know where I can find these cheap? Can't stand missing little pieces like these! haha
     
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    Agreed, you will have to get them from the dealer. Too new for anyone to make reproduction parts (that & cause they're still available) but I doubt they ever would be.

    Your local dealer may not be the cheapest option unless you work at a shop or knows someone to get you jobber prices.

    Now that I don't work at a shop anymore I get my parts from www.toyotapartsales.com

    Whenever I can't find the part number for something or don't see the part listed, I go to the dealer & get a printed quote with the part number.

    The link above is a Toyota dealer in Texas. There are other online dealer parts sources but so far I've found this one to be a tad bit cheaper than anyone else. Even with shipping, the parts I've bought still come out way cheaper than if I were to buy them at a local dealer, & I don't have to pay tax.

    I guess those side panels are common to break? When I got my truck the drivers side panel was broken too.
     
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