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TOYOTA CAMRY IV Heavy-ing up 96 Camry rear suspension

Curious about anyone elses experiences or solutions here with improving the rear suspension on a 96 camry 4-cyl. LE sedan for carrying heavier loads or trailering. In my case I replaced my soft rear springs & leaky struts with ones from a mid-90s salvage-yard camry wagon. Definitely stiffer but well controlled. Seems more stable on freeway ramps and no more rear bottoming over speedbumps and driveways.

TOYOTA CAMRY Towing and better rear suspension

I have a 2005 camry. I added a class 2 hitch and I have a motorcycle carrier that connects directly to the hitch. The problem is that when there is a load on the bike carrier the rear suspension sags pretty badly. What are my options for increasing the rear suspension to decreaseeliminate the sag Thanks for the help This ad is not displayed to registered members. Register your free account today and become a member on camryforums

Make sure you are under the max tongue weight for the hitch for a Class 2 this is typically 350 lbs. The cars owners manual may also have tow hitch limits. As to what to do. You may be able to find coil springs with higher spring rates (stiffer) check with toyota Racing Division (TRD) that makes after market parts. Make sure the springs dont lower the cars overall height. There might be air bags for this suspension. toyota may have a SE version of this model that had stiffer springs.

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TOYOTA CAMRY IV is this a rear spring og 98 camry

i brought this spring online but when i put it on the top of the spring didnt touch the Strut Mounts. the only way it touch if we push the strut mounts down. so the question im asking is the strut mounts going to compress when i install it in my car. This ad is not displayed to registered members. Register your free account today and become a member on camryforums

Are these springs shorter then the original are you trying to lower the car Are you saying when you install the new springmount the spring is to short. That the spring does not need to be compressed to install the mount and nut (as with the old spring)

ye this is drop spring. are they suppost to be shorter then stock spring.

The cars weight would settle on the shock mount and compress things together. But I would be a little nervious about installing shorter springs that were not firmly compressed between the strut and strut mount when installed. Typically the best approach is to use a drop spring that has a variable or lower spring rate. The spring is long enough to allow compession when installed but the soft enough

TOYOTA CAMRY probable suspension problems

hey everyone im a visitor from audiforums.com my father drives a 98 camry le with 185K on the clock last rear suspension work was done at roughly 90K dad doesnt remember exactly. he is usually the only person that drives this car and isnt the kind of person that will realize little abnormalities in sound or notice parts needing attention until it is too late. i was driving with him today and noticed

TOYOTA CAMRY IV 97 camry rear shocks

I just bought new kyb shocks and replaced both rear but I still feel harshness when driving over small cracks or bumps on the road which shouldnt be the case. I also hear loud clunking noise after I run over a bump or crack on the road from the rear trunk area. Does anyone have any ideas what the problem is This ad is not displayed to registered members. Register your free account today and become a member on camryforums

Does anyone have any ideas what the problem is Dont know what make the factory shocks are on these but KYBs have a reputation of being too stiff for some applicaions. My car is a 96 LE Because I carry a fair amount of weight and recently added a custom light-duty trailer hitch I decided to replace my rear springs & struts. My struts were completely blown out anyway. I found a good set of rear camry

TOYOTA CAMRY V XV30 Looking For Lowering Springs For 03 Camry SE V6

I currently own a 03 camry SE V6. I have 18 inch wheels on them and Im trying to decide which springs to get. I just want to close the gap between the fenderwell and the tire. I think right now I have at least a 2 inch gap in the front and probably 1 12 inch in the rear. Ive seen Eibach Pro-Kits H&Rs suspension Techniques and Teins available for my car. Which is the best for my car both looks and ride

TOYOTA CAMRY III 1992 camry suspension

Something is definitley wrong with my 1992 camry. The car has almost 250000 miles on it and thus far worked great. Though recently the ride has been getting progressivley worse. I have never had any suspension problems so do not exactly know how to diagnos the problem. Currently the car is riding low and the ride is extreamly rough. I am just waiting for something important to snap whenever i drive

wow thats funny because I just the other day decided to replace my struts on the same car. My 2002 LE Sedan camry has 107k miles on it however Anyhow I am going to just buy a set of KYB GR2 struts and some springs cheapest OEM replacement I can find. Replacement is pretty easy. 1. pull off the rear seat bottom. literally..yank up on it till its 3 hooks pop out(learned this one from nodrogkam here).

TOYOTA CAMRY eibach springs help

I was wondering if the eibach springs are worth getting. Any part I get I want to feel the difference in a good way. Please tell me if u recommend these springs or any other springs. This ad is not displayed to registered members. Register your free account today and become a member on camryforums

Now I know the TRD springs are Eibachs...I looked around and it seems that if you buy Eibach you spend about 100 more...I have an 08 camry SE...and I think the SE model has an upgraded suspension...anyone can explain to me or correct me what was the upgrade Im guessing the car was dropped a little and has a rear sway bar. My friend pointed it out and it was this skinny rod thing...I dont know if hes

TOYOTA CAMRY II V20 87 Camry question about rear shocks sagging down

Hello I have a 87 camry 2.0 5 speed and the rear of the car is sagging down quite low. I have replaced the shocks they are new and working fine. I am thinking the problem here is the coil springs are sagging down low with the age of the car and perhaps this is a problem with this car please advise me with this question I would like to know whywhat is causing this and how to fix the problem. If indeed

If the shocks were replaced the springs needed to be removed to do it. Changing the springs is a matter of doing the job over again but this time replacing the springs instead.

Hello there Thanks for responding back how difficult is this job on scale of 1-10 I ask this because I dont have a mechanic I trust or think could do the job as the old mechanic died. I would do it myself but have never done this before and dont think I have the skill level to do such a big job but perhaps you tell me. Also will the coil springs really make the car sink so low Do you know of a website

TOYOTA CAMRY Rear end rattle at slow speed

I have a 1997 camry XLE 317000 miles. For the last few months it has developed a rattle heard only on streets not the highway. I can be going as slow as 25 miles per hour and it sounds like the whole rear end is going to fall off. Upon inspection I see absolutely nothing loose. Due to the high miles I did change out the old stuts springs and strut mounts. The rattle did not go away. Another inspection

Quote Originally Posted by Ron12345 I have a 1997 camry XLE 317000 miles. For the last few months it has developed a rattle heard only on streets not the highway. I can be going as slow as 25 miles per hour and it sounds like the whole rear end is going to fall off. Upon inspection I see absolutely nothing loose. Due to the high miles I did change out the old stuts springs and strut mounts. The rattle

TOYOTA CAMRY Tein Suspension

I just dropped a line last week to Tein about what their plans were if any for the 2007 camrys. They said they should be looking at an adjustablecoilover set but didnt havy any details. I was told to check back in 4 months or so. I just wanted to shoot out a request in this forum to write Tein also and show them there is interest in this product. Ive tried the Eibach springs (which is basically the

Quote ORIGINAL mikeynavy1 I just dropped a line last week to Tein about what their plans were if any for the 2007 camrys. They said they should be looking at an adjustablecoilover set but didnt havy any details. I was told to check back in 4 months or so. I just wanted to shoot out a request in this forum to write Tein also and show them there is interest in this product. Ive tried the Eibach springs

TOYOTA CAMRY 99le right rear noise

I have been having a strange popping noise in the right rear of my 99le. I replaced the rear struts a few months ago but this started a few weeks ago. When Im approaching a stop and apply the brake the popping sound happens. It doesnt happen every time but frequently. I have also noticed it when I step out of the car. I cant replicate it by pushing on the bumper or moving the car by hand in any other

Is the noise in sync with the tire RPM If the noise also occurs when getting out of the car perhaps the chassis is moving could be suspension related. Typical issues for rear suspension noise are worn sway bar bushing sway bar links and upper strut support mounts. You can check for upper strut mount noise (typically a knocking noise) by having someone listen to the back deck area while the car is being

Given the noise is not in sync with tirebrake drum RPM would suggest the problem is outside the brake system. Applying the brake may put strain on the suspension causing something to move. This could also be why the noise has occurred when going over bumps. It happens that the bushings on the end of the suspension link rods and arm start to fail allowing excess movement of the knuckle the axle bolts

TOYOTA CAMRY coil over kit vs. lowering springs

i was looking at possibly lowering my car i had looking into lowering springs but ive noticed that after i added the extra weight from the stereo system the back end alone dropped 2 inches. im wondering about should i just get a coilover kit from ground control(1 to 3 in drop) i found for 450 and lower the front more than the back to even the look out or should i buy a set of lowering springs and only

Suggest you call Ground Control or whom ever you are going to buy the springs and ask about this. One issue is the rear springs are now loaded by the extra weight to the point of sagging and may result in undesirable handling. Adding lowing springs to the front may complicate things even more. If adding coil overs all around the springs may be designed for a certain average weight which you are now

Dude 400lbs in the rear Wow this car will not handle as intended no matter what you change in the suspension. If your worried about ride height I would say leave the front the way it is and get stronger springs for the back to jack it up. However keep in mind the trunk is a bad place to have tons of weight and may cause the rear to slide out or drift easiercausingloss of control. Not to mention reduced gas mileage.

I guess the car has more of a 5050 balance now...haha. Definately get in touch with ground control. I was thinking you could use some stiffer struts in the rear to compensate for the extra weight andor use higher height adjustment to compensate. However your car will not handle very well with so much weight in the rear and the car not being awdrwd. I know my camry never handled well with the rear seat passengers.

just go for whatever you want. IF you decide to start throwing the camry around on corners i would hope your smart enough to take out what you can. 400 pounds on a stero is retarded IMHO.. and if your into audio its hard to worry about handling when you start adding unnessesary weight. I would say get some very strong spring in the rear with some struts to handle it. go with some konis for struts.

TOYOTA CAMRY 00 Camry rear thud before and after new struts

Finally got around to replacing the original struts on my 00 LE with 140k miles on it. The new KYB GR-2 struts installed easily as I had done the job on my 99 Solara a few years ago. Well before and after I have a thud thumping sound coming from the left rear strut tower although it is much louder now. I replaced the following parts so far [ul][]struts KYB GR-2[ul][ul][]strut mounts (NAPA) [ul][ul][]rear

TOYOTA CAMRY IV Is 95 Camry same as 95 Avalon Suspension

Hello one and all. I am a newb on this forum my apologies. Also if this question has already been asked let me apologize for that aswell. I have a 95 Avalon with 170k on it and its high time I start replacing some wear parts. Im about 99% sure that the 95 Avalon has the same suspension as the 95 camry. I found some parts on eBay and Im about to buy but I just wanted to double check and make sure that

What parts are these bushings etc Suggest going to sites such as www.rockauto.com and matching up part numbers. The camry had an I4 and V6 (option). The springs would be different plus rear brake may change from drum to disk with the V6.

TOYOTA YARIS Any Yaris hatch rear suspension tweeks

I got my black hatch about two months ago and am loving it. I traded my 05 xB for it and miss it in a way. I had a Progress Tech rear sway on the xB that really improved the handling. I was hoping the bar would fit the Yaris but NO WAY. The Yaris hatch has so little room for the rear suspension that anything add-on appears limited to springs. Are springs the only real suspension tweek I was hoping

Nice post especially the last paragraph. I believe the 07 Yaris already has stabilizer bars both up front and back and they seem to be tweaked perfectly. In my opinion if someone was to replace the stock bars with thicker ones itd make the car tail happy which would be a very bad setup for the streets... Like you said too much sway bar can be a bad thing. Granted the rear sway bar can be balanced by putting an equally ridged sway bar up front but theres a sweet spot and you need to let the individual wheels do their thing. In most modern suspension system the wheels are actually designed to step out when going around a turn in order to maximized on the tires grip. Too much sway bar can also negate that effect. In my old double wishbone Civic it was a big problem cause the sway bars were mounted directly to the control arms that allowed the wheel to step out during a turn. That was the primary reason I didnt have any swaybars in my 98 Civic hatch but the advance suspension setup along with the tight springsshocks and wide wheel was more then adequate to keep the car flat no matter how hard you tried to flip it over. That car was amazing around the turns especially in bad weather where the suspension setup allowed all the individual wheels to maximize on traction no matter how hard it was leaning into the turn. The Accord has the same suspension setup and its probably the biggest reason why C&D once again put the Accord on their 10best when logically the camry should have been there.

TOYOTA CAMRY vi 2007 Eibach Pro Kit Springs

Well I just threw some 18 Enkei EVO 6s on my SE with 23540 BF Goodrich tires. I originally tried 23545 Kuhmos but the tires were just too big compared to teh wheels. Looks good now but there could obviously be improvement in reducing the fender gap. I looked at some of the major brands of suspension parts (Tein JLC Eibach etc.) and saw that Eibach has Pro-kit springs out. Has anyone tried them and

I just got done getting the springs installed. Just about the perfect ride height for me. They should settle a little bit more and I think that will be perfect. Im running 18s with 22545 tires and the fender comes to the top of the tire in rear and just a little less in front. Ride quality is firmer obviously but our cars have a soft enough suspension as it is so it isnt a rock hard ride or uncomfortable

TOYOTA CAMRY IV 1995 V6 LE suspension wheel upgrades

I bought a nice V6 LE wagon last week froma one (family) owner. They kept all the service records (and window sticker) and its clearly been well taken care of. Runs great no bad noises no smoke. I only want to do some 1 upgrades to the suspension and wheels (and maybe brakes). It rides okay but its all stock so its a softy. Id like to replace the 15 alloys with a set of 16 with a stiffer suspension.

Im not sure what is out there for the 95 camry V6 but Im sure you can find somethings. Since you have complete records for the car when was the last time the struts were changed I bet there are some spring kits out there but they might lower the car about an inch in all four corners. Check the tie rods for play because you will feel that in the steering wheel for sure and can cause vibration. If everything

TOYOTA CAMRY 99 COIL SPRING HELP

Hi All I did the stupidest thing this weekend... I have an H&R Lowering spring installed in my car which gave me about an inch or so drop. For the last 5 years I was pretty happy about it. Recently I got new rims replacing my 5 year old aftermarket rims. Its an 18 in rims wrapped in 22540R18 tires. Well this weekend I decided to drop my car some more... but this time I was going to try what most of

How good are Eibachs for the camry (I posted this question in another thread) Ive seen that they have them out for the 07 camry. I just put on some 23540 18s and while the fender gap is liveable Id like to reduce it a bit. I see the Eibachs lower it 1 in front (I think because of the low overhang to reduce pavement scrub of the front bumper especially on SEs) and 1.4 on back. I had Eibachs on my last

TOYOTA CAMRY III 92 Camry LE Sedan suspension

i am planning to buy a tokico suspension kit that comes with struts and springs. does this generation camry come with sealed struts and do i have to get new shocks This ad is not displayed to registered members. Register your free account today and become a member on camryforums

with this old of and car i would replace strut shock strut support sway bar bushing and rubber insulator for spring on both front and rear..then alignment

TOYOTA CAMRY IV Eibach Springs on 97 V-6

Hey Im thinking of putting Eibachs on my 97 V-6 to get a little more performance for autocross has anyone tried these beforeAlso I havent had any luck finding an anti-roll bar for the front does anyone know of an aftermarket brand This ad is not displayed to registered members. Register your free account today and become a member on camryforums

You really want to make a significant difference...go full coil-over setup. springs will work fine - those eibach are popular and its basically what TRD uses. You will loose some clearance so always keep that in mind. Sway bars...a company called Whiteline makes them but pretty darn pricy. I have the rearbar. Along with the springs put in some stifferhigh performance shocks - none really come to mind

TOYOTA CAMRY cant decide on a lowering spring help.....

Hi have a 2001 toyota camry 01 and dont want a slammed look. I am looking at the TRD or Eibach lower springs to clean up the fender gap a little and improve performance. This is an everyday driver for my wife. Does anyone have any advice which is better and where to buy either I also dont want a raked look so any pics or links would be appreciated. Also what shocks should I match up if I decide to

The Eibachs are 1.2-1.4 inch all around (I cant seem to get a consistent answer on any search) The TRD are 1.25 front and rear. Thanks for any more input.

i think trd is made by Eibach..so both should be same...if u want alittle drop u can try Tein H-tech its 0.9 front and 0.1 rear or S-tech 1.5 front .6 back

If you only want springs... Eibach prokit. 1.2 in the front and 1.5 in the rear. Pretty cheap too... 250 at horsepowerfreaks.com Im thinkin about buyin them. -Jason

TOYOTA CAMRY Are there any good guides on how to install springs for 99 Camry

Are there any good guides on how to install springs for 99 camry I tried searching for it but most threads are just people posting the before and after. I have experience installing springs for other cars but I need to know how to properly take of the interior panels and what special tools will be needed for the job. I needed to modify a socket to install the spring on a WRX. I need to know if camry

The AutoZone website may have something on this in the vehicle repair guide section. Solid or fold down rear seat

TOYOTA CAMRY SE Conversion

So just out of curiosity I was wondering what the specs are when it comes to converting a CE or LE 6th gen camry to the SE version I know some of the cosmetic stuff grill wheels lip kit fog lights etc. I am really wondering about the handling and suspension aspect. Are the sway bars what give the SE its handling characteristics Are the springs and struts a part of it too Appreciate any helpknowledge.

and non-cosmetic trim parts plus thought a different steering ratio. The result was a car still deemed unimpressive by professional car evaluators. Unless massive changes and money is spent it will never be a sports car. Suggest if wanting to improve car handling to go another route. There should be after market suspension parts equal or better then what was used on the SE and at lower prices. toyota

TOYOTA CAMRY Almost died today -- a sudden wind came up and my car cant do wind

My 1994 camry is more comfortable cleaner newer-looking etc. than every used car Ive test driven including many used toyotas. But it has some serious problems and the repair estimate is 4000 which I just dont have. One problem is that if a gust of wind comes up I risk my life. I cant control the car any more in a strong wind and end up in the lane next to me (so far havent had other cars there but

Greetings The camry is a pretty stable car unless something is wrong or very overloaded. How many miles on this car what engine V6 or 4 cylinder what kind of cross winds MPH wise Who provided the repair estimates toyota dealer major repair chain and small shop A few suggestions Check for weak springs the distance between the ground and outer fender just above the wheel should be around 27 inch front

TOYOTA CAMRY strut mounts

Hi Has anyone heard of a 4 cyl camry needing front strut mount replacement at 65000 miles I just (last weekend) bought a 99 camry 4 cyl which supposedly has 65000 miles. It drove great for the firstfew hundredmiles then I heard strange noises coming from the front wheels. My mechanic tells me its the strut mounts causing the problem and that theyll need to be replaced. He also said these mounts dont

You can inspect the rubber material around the bushing where the strut rod attaches for age damage. The front strut bearings can start to fail but the result is popping when rotating the steering wheel not going over bumps. Try Rockauto.com. If you search the internet can find a 5% off discount code to use. They drop ship thus watch shipping charges if buying more the brand of product. 1994 toyota

TOYOTA CAMRY vi Replacing Struts - 2009 LE

I just bought a used 2009 LE with 70k miles yesterday. When the mechanic looked at it he said the front struts are pouring oil and gave me an initial price of near 500 to replace them. Im thinking about doing it myself to save myself a few hundred bucks but Ive never done it before. Im a pretty handy guy so Im confident I could do it correctly...Ill just have to take the assembly to a mechanic to swap

Might get a second opinion. toyota struts can leak oil the dealer has a chart with drawings showing leakage ranging from acceptable to replacement needed. Is the price for all 4 struts You may be able to rent a strut compressor call auto parts stores the rent tools rental outlets etc. They are not expensive to purchase. Suggest getting some kind of camry shop manual Haynes is OK and around 20. Your

TOYOTA CAMRY vi ALIGNMENT ISSUES ON 2007 CAMRY SE

I have a problem with my camry. 2007 SE - with cronic alignment problems very poor tire wear on the less than spectacular OEM Michelins. I am not happy and have had words with my dealer as well as toyota Canada. They say they are not aware of any problems related to alignment issues.... Can anyone comment on any experiences re alignment issues Thanks Ryan This ad is not displayed to registered members. Register your free account today and become a member on camryforums

I had an issue with my camry se with tires wearing unevenly causing inside shoulders to wear and chop thus causing loud tire noise. The tires mainly chop in the rear and even rotating tires every oil change still doesnt help much. The problem is that toyota decided to add the sport springs to the se model lowering the ride height .5 thus increasing negative camber (wheels tilting inboard at the top).

TOYOTA CAMRY Help Dropping the camry

I just picked up an Eibach pro kit for my 07 SE. The problem is that I cant get to therear springs in the back of the car. Seems like the stock springs are located behind the seats and not inside the trunk. Problem is that I cant figure out how to fold the rear seats forward or if they even actually fold to get to the rear springs. Any help would be appreciated. Also can anyone recommend any shops

TOYOTA CAMRY factory ride height of a 2000 Camry CE

Hello. My sister has a 2000 camry CE which was previously our moms car. Its got something like 200k miles or more and most of them are with it loaded down with stuff. The car is still in shockingly good shape but I drove it the other day and the shocks are shot (to be expected after that kind of abuse). What Im not sure about is the springs. My sister thinks the car is sitting a little low but Im having

Might ask about ride height at the toyotanation website. Typically the rear is higher then the front thus if the reverse there is a problem. Sagging springs is not a normal issue unless constantly overloaded. The frontrear upper strut mounts can degrade and cause a knocking noising when going over bumps (common). Some times the front up strut bearings will make a popping noise when the steering wheel

TOYOTA CAMRY vi 2007 Strut Leak at 42k miles

Not certain how to start...I took my 2007 camry (with approx 42k miles to the dealer service department) in for its oil change tire rotatebalance then talked me into the 30k service& asked them to double check the rear because it seemed like I had a little extra bumpiness there. I had to leave it overnight because the tire guys had wrapped up for day and they were not able to do the full service

part of the strut. The rear strut looks like the photo at the link below the front are almost the same. httpinfo.rockauto.comKYBDetail.html334388.jpg Follow the shiny chrome rod down to the silver painted body area of the strut. If leaking it would be where the rod goes into the body. The inside of the strut is filled with fluid. The struts rarely drip oil as in onto the floor they can weep oil. toyota

TOYOTA CAMRY I V10 How low should i lower my 2009 camry

Hi i have 2009 toyota camry that i recently putted 18 inch rims on rims are SSR D5R and i would like to lower it. not too low where i cant have ppl in my car but i want to lower to the point where it would look sick and i will also be able to let ppl sit in my car. and which springs would you guys recommend This ad is not displayed to registered members. Register your free account today and become a member on camryforums

strength as stock thus if your stock car drops xx inches more with people the lowering springs should drop about the same amount. Then find a spring that drops the number of inches you want. Once found email manufacturer(s) to confirm their spring designed to drop xx inches will drop this amount and not overshoot it due to sage or drop more then normal due pls weight. You can also ask at the toyotanation

TOYOTA CAMRY To compress or not - that is the question

Replaced the front struts on my 2000 camry last weekend. There are a lot of information and diy videos available on the web. But when doing the job I still had a few surprises and setbacks. Just wanted to share my expeience so it might help someone. This is not intended to be a diy instruction. I did some research to choose the right strut. Based on feedbacks I choose KYB and ordered the front pair

TOYOTA CAMRY IV All 4 struts found leaking on 2009 Camry Hybrid at 36013miles

Went to the dealership for basic oil change yesterday morning for my 2009 camry Hybrid. The dealership found that ALL 4 four struts are leaking and need to be replaced. The leaking oil past the spring base. The costs to replace the structs are 550 for the front and 680 for the rear struts. They told me that the car is out of warranty since it has 36013 miles which is 13 miles over and that I only did

for my 2009 camry Hybrid. The dealership found that ALL 4 four struts are leaking and need to be replaced. The leaking oil past the spring base. The costs to replace the structs are 550 for the front and 680 for the rear struts. They told me that the car is out of warranty since it has 36013 miles which is 13 miles over and that I only did the basic oil change. I was very upset. I thought toyota

TOYOTA CAMRY V XV30 2002 Camry Strut Assembly

Hi all this is my first post. The car in question is a 2002 camry XLE 4 Cyl Automatic Approx 90K miles I dont own the camry (I have my own less boring automotive toys )... my parents do. My dad contacted me today to see if I wanted to replace the struts for him and to see if I could find him some good prices on the components. I managed to find Struts (Monroe) Strut Mounts (Moog F Sachs R) and springs

All of this issues are very common on this model. Have someone drive the car while you ride in the back seat and listen for the knocking noise. The upper strut mounts are outboard of the rear deck speakers (if you have them) and just below the rear deck having the speakers. The link is behind the tire (1 each side) the bushings (2) are under the chassis. All can make this noise. If a mount toyota

Quote Originally Posted by toyomoho Monroe sells a complete strutspringmount unit called a Quick Strut. httpwww.monroe.comproductsquickstrut.asp Im very aware of the product but what I want to know is where can I buy it Do they even make Quick Struts for an 02 camry I went through their online catalog and it lists parts individually but I see no Quick Strut. Quote Originally Posted by toyomoho A bad

TOYOTA CAMRY III 1992 camry strut install

Hi all I just got a second hand 1992 camry LE 4 door sedan and the struts are shot. I took it in for wheel alignment and they discovered that the front springs were cracked too...so anyhow I have decided to replace the struts and springs on all 4 corners myself. A few questions for all you DIYers here 1. I see that my best option to buy struts are to buy the KYB GR2s for this car. I see them online

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