Discussion in '2016 + Toyota Tacoma' started by campbellld, Feb 7, 2018.
Why would toyota engineers omit the driver seat pouch on the back?
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I’ve never owned a car that had one, why do you expect it to be standard equipment?
It was in my last two a 13 & & 15 And there is one on passenger side
I’m good with the passenger side only.
What do you need to put back there? Just curious.
All the vehiles that I’ve owned I don’t know that I’ve ever used it to store anything. Passengers always just put there trash in them and I find wrappers and used tissue when I reach in.
I noticed that too, I had a pocket on the back of both seats in my Tundra, and kept a road atlas in one and binoculars in the other.
They still make road atlas’ lol
I guess they also forgot this on the 3rd gen?
Yeah. I keep one for places with no service. Don’t really need it anymore since I have the navigation.
ha. ha.... not a bad idea to cross reference some of the gps data that is out there, particularly route selections.
More than once I have had a gps route me to a rural mail box, rather than the state park campground....they can be miles apart, and have poor choices to turn a travel trailer.
Oh I know. I wasn’t saying anything bad about them. Ive used many of them and Thomas guides. I bet some on here will google Thomas guide. Haha.
That’s why I was hinting at that. Haha
Well you learn something new everyday! I still don't see the need for it but okay!
My 2010 has dual. The Wet Oakley covers I got have zippered pockets.
My 09 has dual pockets as well. I ordered dual pockets on the wet okoles also.
Did you order your snorkel yet?
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