my 93 is an sr5 (was), had chrome bumpers, exterior trim, a/c, clock, Cruise, cloth buckets, rear abs, intm wipers, tilt steering, SR5 Cluster, alloy rims. I do not have PW, PM, PDL or the moon roof some came with. Still have not found conclusive, solid evidence as to what is and is not part of SR5. I think all the power options and the moonroof, are additions to the SR5 Package. Some sites suggest the inclusion of ABS and or Cruise made it a true SR5, with the Power options being just that, options. until we see some original sales literature, that may or may not have the otion packages, who knows.
not sure, as I have the sr5 93, everything points to my truck being and SR5 with upgrades, but the brochure says the buckets (which I have) are only available for the DLX model (but the 4x2, they were an option in the sr5 model), guess it is a guidline and not a solid, iron clad ruling. I would assume maybe your mirrors were part of the chrome package.
94 2wd xcab dlx
automatic A43D 22re
vent windows with the mounted on door mirrors
3.73 rear end, 7.5" F code
split bench up front
2 4" front speakers
factory drop in bed liner
14"x6" steel wheels, holes type
factory polished aluminum hub cap? "5 spoke"
no tach on instrument cluster
I've found that on each of the trim levels you could get options a la carte. My current '94 2WD Xtra Cab has A/C, no tach, a clock, no tilt wheel, no vent wings, sport stripes, dual rear windows, floormats, tape player, and chrome grille and bumpers. I've seen DLXs online that have some of these, all of these, or just a few. I've seen some with A/C and tach, but no clock...or a tilt wheel, no tach, and no A/C.
SR5's were nicer than DLXs and most do have all the luxuries like Power mirrors, windows, locks, standard A/C, tach, etc, but I've seen some that don't have Power mirrors and maybe windows and locks, but those are rare. I saw one on eBay with the factory CD player! Now THAT is rare.
In the 80's the DLX or DX was the base model.
There wasn't really any rhyme or reason to the SR5 package.
My 84 has PS, power windows and antenna, sun roof, AC, gauge cluster with tach, AM/FM/cassette with separate eq ...
My 89 has PS, AC and a rear window defroster.
Both are SR5's.
If you use the Model # that is shown on the inside of the driver's door pillar, the seventh digit will tell you the trim grade of your truck, as explained in the link that I posted above. Mine has a "R", for standard grade. A "D" means deluxe and "S" is the SR5 trucks. Check your model#'s to see if this is correct for the level of trim you have.