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Old 06-13-2023, 01:45 PM #1
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Supra MK4 steering wheel on 4th gen 4Runner?

Toyota Supra MK4 3-spoke steering wheel OEM black stitching.

Would these fit on the 4th gen V8 4Runner?
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Toyota Supra MK4 3-spoke steering wheel OEM black stitching.

Would these fit on the 4th gen V8 4Runner?
Physically I bet it would fit but you might have to cross reference and re-pin the harness to make the cruise/headlight/windshield washer switches work, not all of those are interchangeable so you may need to use Supra parts for that. FWIW, I put a late 2nd/3rd gen Tacoma/5th gen 4runner/2016+ Tundra steering wheel in my 07 4runner and successfully put a Celica/Rav4 wheel very similar to the Supra one in my 2001 Tacoma.
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Physically I bet it would fit but you might have to cross reference and re-pin the harness to make the cruise/headlight/windshield washer switches work, not all of those are interchangeable so you may need to use Supra parts for that. FWIW, I put a late 2nd/3rd gen Tacoma/5th gen 4runner/2016+ Tundra steering wheel in my 07 4runner and successfully put a Celica/Rav4 wheel very similar to the Supra one in my 2001 Tacoma.
Was the 5th Gen steering wheel plug and play? Is it thicker than 4th Gen?

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Was the 5th Gen steering wheel plug and play? Is it thicker than 4th Gen?
Not plug and play but I was able to cross reference and re-pin everything to get stock functionality. Plus I have the benefit of being able to use the right side buttons for things as well, if I want. I can't remember if its thicker than stock but probably similar. I stitched a leather wrap over mine so its definitely thicker than stock now. 100% updated the interior looks as well
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IF you are simply looking for a thicker steering wheel the sport wrap works for that. I put them on all mine.

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I wouldn't go through the trouble of swapping the supra wheel to a t4r. I own a MKIV and I can tell you the wheel is not a big-rig wheel. It's too sporty.

If you want a thicker, beefier look, I would honestly just get new leather from something like east detailing and spend a couple of hours to get the stitching and placement good. I spent like $60 bucks or whatever it was and did an hour install, could have done a better job but it cleaned up the look significantly and added quite a bit of thickness. It's honestly been one of my favorite, least expensive and most usable upgrades I've done to my rig lol
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