What did you do with your Tundra or Sequoia this weekend?

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How did you do the leather? That is on my list too.

I got the "leather" replacement from eBay. It was actually a lot more simple than I thought. 4 Bolts and two plugs and you can pull the seat out. From there just flip it upside down and un-clip everything. Things went faster when I realized that the circle clips go in easier if attached to the seat cover first then to the seat instead of the other way around. All in all only took about 2 hours.

Here is the link for the seat covers I got. They look exactly like real leather and a Vast improvement to the ripped and cracked seat covers I had.


I tried some of the arm rest covers that just slip over the factory ones and they are super loose. I'm going to figure out a better solution for those too.
 
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This weekend i found atf coming from the tailshaft of the 2004 doublecab... so it got a new seal in the tail cone, and after welding the plug on the yoke, got a new u-joint on the front of the shaft.

Had to use the 2005 doublecab to chase parts for the 2004 and run errands. So thrilling!
 

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I like it. Been thinking of doing something similar with an 80.

Im on the East Coast too Bryan ,

My Boy and his Graphics shop would be worth the drive , i strongly feel the Quality In Materials

and workmanship is Solid , i Researched the SHEET out of him and his materials prior to the install


and im a VERY Picky Gringo , VERY Picky :rolleyes:
 
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