Replacing the front seats on a 1st gen Tacoma

mtnbike28

Expedition Leader
After 200k miles, I realized (confirmed really) it was the seats in the Tacoma that were really hurting my back. So today I did something about it. I love the truck too much to sell it, so I got a pair of seats from a 2002 Toyota 4Runner and went to fixing them. 3 of the 4 mounts bolt up in the original holes. So after cleaning the carpet and new to me seats, I removed the problem mount, and rigged a new one. The odd issue was the seat belt receiver, they are different sized, so I had reuse the Tacoma's. I can already say it is a great improvement, but still not as cushy as the Land Cruiser.

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dorton

#rockcreekoverland
Very cool. Its great when a relatively small investment can make such a huge improvement in the enjoyment of your truck.

You usually don't realize how bad your old ones were until you get some time in the new ones.

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xjaugie

Adventurer
Ok, perfect timing on your post. My 1st gen also just turned 200,000 and It's time for some new seats. Nice job and thanks for the motivation.
 
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