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Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas' started by JayhawkRN, Jan 28, 2011.

  1. JayhawkRN

    JayhawkRN [OP] Well-Known Member

    Joined:
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    Gender:
    Male
    First Name:
    Kyle
    Kansas
    Vehicle:
    2012 Super White DCSB TRD Sport w/ Entune
    So I know I am going to buy a DC SB 4x4, but I am having trouble narrowing it down to either a Sport or a SR5. I have always wanted a Sport because I like the clean look of the color-matched exterior. But my questions lately have surrounded the interior. I HATE the fabric in the SR5, so I was looking to have leather installed. I don't mind the TRD seat fabric and it seems to have maybe a slight edge on the leather in the fact that it won't get as hot in the summer.
    But my main question is about how the TRD fabric holds up over time? I have a black lab that rides with me quite often and wanted to know if the hair sticks really bad or if the fabric is easy to clean.

    Any other insights are also much appreciated.

    Thanks in advance,
    Kyle
     
  2. DriverSound

    DriverSound Señor Member

    Joined:
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    Gender:
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    SoCal
    Vehicle:
    TRD Gen2 DCLB-S 4x4
    2011 TRD CAI 1.0, URD maf Calibrator, AFE Pro Dry-S, Spintech Muffler, Magnaflow resonator, 5100's, Toytech 1/4" spacer, Dakar 1.5" AAL, TSB Springs, SPC UCA's, OME 885X, Yellow Wire Mod, VSC/ABS switch mod, Fog Light Mod~~~ Also in the HH. 2006 FJ 4x4 2009 Tacoma AC-OR 2010 4Runner 4x4 SR5
    The sport seats holds the dirt with those little hole pattern. I suggest you get wet okole seat covers, cheaper than leather and water proof!
     
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