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Wet Okole Group Buy Orders

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by dysfunctnlretard, Oct 28, 2009.

  1. jandrews

    jandrews Carolina Alliance Southwest Region Ambassador

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    Sort of...

    They're neoprene sleeved in nylon. The nylon will soak up water. The neoprene stops it from getting to your seat fabric.
     
  2. Gunny

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    How does the group by work? I went on ToyotaNation and didn't see anything about group buy. If I do find something what then...sorry guys a newbee. Still gotta post pictures of Taco.
    THX
     
  3. MEANGREENTACOMA09

    MEANGREENTACOMA09 Well-Known Member

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    TRD cat back exhaust, rain visors, limo tent on back pasenger windows and 35 percent added to back factory tint window. 35 on front driver and pasenger side. Sport pedals, all weather fl mats, roof rack, front skid plate , BFG ALL TERAINS including spare. ALL installed by dealer.
    lmao!!
     
  4. Ese Loco

    Ese Loco Taco Man Sam

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    Legal Florida Tint all-around, 1.5" add-a-leaf, bilstein 5100 rear shocks, Light Racing Coilovers, Removed secondary air filter, K&N airfilter, Amsoil 100% synthetic motor oil, Amsoil synthetic severe gear in rear differential, Differential breather mod, Painted rims and logo's black, amsoil oil filter
    I have had these sitting around for awhile but haven't gotten around to installing them.

    Did anyone clean their seats before the install? necessary?
     
  5. Gunny

    Gunny Active Member

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    IMAO too, but whatryagonnado when you want something but can't figure it out? How about a clue
     
  6. 95SLE

    95SLE Getting Ready for Summer

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    Put the seats back in yesterday. I took out the seats two weeks ago to install the covers and a few other projects.

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    I still need to put power to the heating element in the seats but I need to locate a switched power lead under the hood if possible.

    I also did another project. Here is a teaser pic.

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  7. 95SLE

    95SLE Getting Ready for Summer

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    Heating elements are installed and working. I did a custom switch install.

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    Warm and toasty now. It was 12 degrees this morning in DC.
     
  8. WNYTACOMA

    WNYTACOMA Well-Known Member

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    Colors look great.

    Are those headrest covers on backwards?
     
  9. Ese Loco

    Ese Loco Taco Man Sam

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    You'll have to wait around for the next group buy. They only come around every so often and looking at the success of this one i see another group buy in 2010. ;)
     
  10. 95SLE

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    I hope not but if they are it is an easy change. I will check them out tomorrow.

    The heated seats are NICE. The temp is in the high teens with about a 30 MPH wind today.
     
  11. jandrews

    jandrews Carolina Alliance Southwest Region Ambassador

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    Also, be sure they're not mixed up left vs. right...one of the headrest covers is for the left, the other is for the right...WO headrest covers are NOT bilaterally symmetrical...one is meant for one side, the other for the other side. You may have to fiddle a bit before you figure out which one goes where. You'll know when you hit it though...the install will be easier, and the fitment will be better.
     
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    Thank you I will check it out tomorrow. Too late tonight and it is too cold out.
     
  13. Capita

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    I can't seem to figure out what option to choose for the rear seat of my 09 double cab. I know its a 60-40 option. But in the picture http://www.wetokole.com/TOYTACR.html they show the middle of the seat folding down. My middle doesn't fold down.
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  14. comatosed

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    I picked the 60/40 option but then also picked that the seatbelt comes out of the seat because it does.
     
  15. Capita

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    perfect. Thanks
     
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    Can't wait for my Black/ Dark greys. WO must love this site, It's their best advertising.
     
  17. 95SLE

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    Anyone else order the seats with the heating element? Both of my seats get really warm and I need to turn off the element after 5 to 10 minutes. I called WO and talked to Steve he said no one was having problems with the heaters being too hot.

    The good thing is the heaters get hot and not the opposite that the heaters do not get hot enough.
     
  18. Gunny

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    Thanks Esc Loco, Ill be watching for the post from time to time.
     
  19. 95SLE

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    Gunny:
    If you are active or retired military you qualify for a 20% discount. Call WO and get the details.
     
  20. nermalgod

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    Not going to brag.
    Yes the seat heaters are quite hot, but when it was 28 below last week, I could barely feel them. When it is only mildly chilly, and I'm wearing thin cloths, then yes, I cannot run them all the time. I wish that they had a high and a low setting, but really, I'm happy with them. Turning them on and off occasionally while driving isn't that big of a bother.
     
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