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I recently purchased a '94 Toyota Extended Cab Pickup and need help in finding out how to determine if it was an SR5 from the factory? The truck has power windows, door locks, mirrors,steering,antenna, etc., as well as a factory clock, tilt and cruise, a/c, factory moonroof, factory tachometer and dash gauges, bed liner, and probably more that I am forgetting, in my opinion the truck is loaded. The reason I need to know if it is an SR5 model is simple, I want to replace the black leather power Cuger Racing Seats, with a pair of factory bucket seats. The interior is grey cloth with black intermittent "lines" or "dashes, the door panels are cloth and vinyl? I have an 89 Toyota Extended cab pickup that the interior is mostly grey with grey vinyl door panels, no lines or dashes..... Since I will most likely have to order a set of seats from out of state I am trying to assure I get a set of matching ones. I have no idea of whether the truck came with bucets or a bench as they had been swapped out before i bought the truck. I have tried doing a VIN code search but could find nothing identifying an SR5 or the interior package, can anyone help??
 

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Possibly get some pictures of the seats? I have a set of 94 4runner buckets in gray with darker middle parts. I don't want to confirm...but I may THINK about a trade depending on what the seats you have look like.

I paid dearly for mine at 475 shipped, because they are pretty rare. :(

But man are they nice. They're not power, but the driver seat has quite a few adjustments.
 

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Possibly get some pictures of the seats? I have a set of 94 4runner buckets in gray with darker middle parts. I don't want to confirm...but I may THINK about a trade depending on what the seats you have look like.

I paid dearly for mine at 475 shipped, because they are pretty rare. :(

But man are they nice. They're not power, but the driver seat has quite a few adjustments.
I'll try to get some pictures tomorrow, both of the factory back seats and of the front Cuger Leather seats. Leather seats are getting worn, really should be recovered to be extra nice but they are the most comfortable buckets I have ever set in. Power Lumbar, Tilt, Bolsters, Height, and Tilt. I may have found a pair of "Like New" factory grey cloth SR5 buckets for $200.00, I am waiting to hear how much the shipping cost is to get them here from ND.........
 

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CarbonRevo said:
Possibly get some pictures of the seats? I have a set of 94 4runner buckets in gray with darker middle parts. I don't want to confirm...but I may THINK about a trade depending on what the seats you have look like.

I paid dearly for mine at 475 shipped, because they are pretty rare. :(

But man are they nice. They're not power, but the driver seat has quite a few adjustments.
Do you have any pictures of yours as well? It would be nice to see if they are what I am looking for?
 

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They have adjustable bottom tilt, recline almost flat, 7 forwad/back adjustments I believe (might be 9), 3 position lumbar, and fully adjustable side bolsters. These seats would have to be very nice, and smaller then my buckets as it's a very tight fit with my sub box with these.
 

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They have adjustable bottom tilt, recline almost flat, 7 forwad/back adjustments I believe (might be 9), 3 position lumbar, and fully adjustable side bolsters. These seats would have to be very nice, and smaller then my buckets as it's a very tight fit with my sub box with these.
Very nice! Those are what I am looking for alright. Unfortunately I did not get in until after dark tonight so I did not get to take any pictures. Like I said, the seats I have would need to be re-upholstered to be as nice as these. In no way am I saying they are in perfect condition because they are not. However, they were $895.00 new so getting them re-upholstered would definitely be worth the cost, I have even been thinking of having them re-upholstered with the factory Toyota fabric?? I can get the width measurements tomorrow as well, I am supposed to be home by 3:00 p.m. Thanks for the pictures.
 

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My truck is an SR5, but I have manual windows, no sunroof, tilt, no A/C, 60/40 split bench seat, no cruise, tach and gauges instead of idiot lights, and the seats are a sort of grey tweed fabric without lumbar or fancy adjustment.
 

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easiest way that i found to tell an sr5 from non sr5 is the stock upholstery.
doesnt sound like you still have the stock seats in it, but the doors should have two tone upholstry on them.
if its an extended cab, the main color of the carpet on the floor with be a different color than the jump seats.

from my understanding, upholstery and sometimes power options were the only main differences for the sr5's
 

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CR, I am going to have to apologize for the lack of pictures again tonight. It is 7:40 p.m. here and I just walked in the door, too dark for pictures. Hopefully I can get home before dark pretty soon!! Your seats are exactly what I am looking for and I would love to have them. Like I said the leather seats I have are not nearly as nice looking as yours and really could stand to be re-upholstered but they are the most comfortable seats I have ever sat in. Of course if you were to find a set of seats close to you you would like to have I could just buy yours outright I suppose?? I did get you some measurements though..... Width of bottom seat section is 20 1/2" Height of backseat from top of bottom seat to headrest is 27 1/2" width of seat back is 21 1'2" at the widest part on the bolsters, hope this helps?

jefronhen, yes, my door panels are definitely 2-tone, the carpet on the floor is a little lighter grey than the jump seats. Thought I would just ask the dealer?? Wrong, they haven't a clue either, at least according to the parts manager. At this point I am going to just call it an SR5 and be done with it, besides, it doesn't matter anymore I want CR's seats!!!

DCM, I thought the SR5's had the lumbar in the seats, shows how much I know I guess....
 

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jefronhen said:
easiest way that i found to tell an sr5 from non sr5 is the stock upholstery.
doesnt sound like you still have the stock seats in it, but the doors should have two tone upholstry on them.
if its an extended cab, the main color of the carpet on the floor with be a different color than the jump seats.

from my understanding, upholstery and sometimes power options were the only main differences for the sr5's
My SR5 doesn't have 2 tone upholstery. Everything inside is grey. I have the bench seat, no split, no tilt or power. So I'm not sure that's a good indication. I found out for sure that mine was an SR5 when I called Toyota about the steering rod recall to make sure my model was recalled and they told me I had the SR5.
 
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