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Old 12-04-2018, 06:58 AM
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Any interest for 1st Gen 4Runner pull handles?

Wanted to see if this was a major problem in the 1st gens, the rear seat pull handles to fold the backs down have broken on both of my seats. I got in contact with a 3D printing company that would be willing to make some of there was somewhat of an interest in the community. Anybody interested in 3D printed pull handles?
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From what I've seen there are different release mechanisms in the first gens. (mine are metal) You should post a photo of the kind you are referring to.
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I canít get a great picture since I donít have any of my own to picture. Hereís the best I can find. Plastic knob like handles to fold the seat backs down.
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My 4runner has the type you posted a picture of as far as I can tell. Both of mine are still intact, but I'm sure there must be a lot of people out there with missing or broken ones. Have you gotten a price per knob?
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My 4runner has the type you posted a picture of as far as I can tell. Both of mine are still intact, but I'm sure there must be a lot of people out there with missing or broken ones. Have you gotten a price per knob?
He didnít give me a price, he wanted to gauge the interest at first. Iíll ask him.
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Can anyone post a better close up picture of the knobs themselves?
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Knobs should be pretty standard. Go to junkyard and try some. Plastic housing of my backrest broke so I got a set from 3rd gen. I think it will work but Ive been too busy to install.
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