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I have a 2010 SR5 Crewmax, I got 2018 covers from a guy that had leather put in his truck today. Are there any pitfalls to doing the 2018 in a 2010?

Are you still selling the pliers & rings?

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The seats are completely different from your 2010 to the 2014+ body style. I doubt you'll be happy with the fit, if they'll even go on...

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Shoved the driver seat on, looks ok considering it was never meant to be on top of the original seat.

Waiting for pliers, silicon spray, and rings.

Guess they did away with the reclining seats so I'll have to cut holes & I'll have holes in the bottom corners where my seats don't fold up. I can live with that.
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I'm about to tackle this project but have never used hog rings. To remove the old ones, do you need to clip them off with a wire cutter, or separate with regular pliers, or what?
I used snips to remove them. Much quicker that way
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Shoved the driver seat on, looks ok considering it was never meant to be on top of the original seat.

Waiting for pliers, silicon spray, and rings.

Guess they did away with the reclining seats so I'll have to cut holes & I'll have holes in the bottom corners where my seats don't fold up. I can live with that.
Im shocked that you even got them on that far. They are two totally different seat designs. But glad to see you got them to somewhat fit.
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