I have one of your steering wheel wraps in my truck, it was pretty easy to stitch and you guys got my three colored stitching done just as I asked. Major thanks! Check out my build thread to see the stitching process and more pictures http://www.customtacos.com/forum/94-build-threads/137927-matostaco-s-build-thread-9.htmlGuys, why there are no interior photos here? Is that because you just have stock interiors? Nothing to show off?
Cause if you want to spice up your interiors a bit, I think I can help
Just let me know
Jack, good eye. It is indeed a Supra/Celica/MR2 wheel. Thanks for the compliment!Thank you MatosTaco, great install job!
Just one more question - is this an OEM wheel or is it a retrofit from a Celica/MR2? The only Taco steering wheel is the 4-spoke one...
No - not unless you find a used set somewhere.... And is there a way to get the factory s-runner front bumper side skirts and rear skirts?
Yes, they're OEM. No, they weren't used on any other 5-lug Tacos of that era. They're the sort of narrow flares originally introduced on the 6-lug PreRunners in the 1998 - 2000 era. I've never been clear whether they're exactly the same as the original PreRunner flares. ...Also are the fender flares just standard oem tacoma flares?
from my experience they are the same as the older prerunner flares. keep in mind that SR flares are painted.Yes, they're OEM. No, they weren't used on any other 5-lug Tacos of that era. They're the sort of narrow flares originally introduced on the 6-lug PreRunners in the 1998 - 2000 era. I've never been clear whether they're exactly the same as the original PreRunner flares. ...
Last time I looked (ages ago ... ) one or more of the aftermarket flare manufacturers offered a similarly-narrow 'street' flare that was pretty much the same profile.