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Hello. This is my first post on this site. Is anyone able to recommend a brand for a complete strut / spring assembly for a 2001 Camry wagon please? I hoped the Monroe AU site would have it, but it looks like they just sell the strut. Repco sell the whole assembly as an in-house brand, but it's a little expensive and in all honesty I have no idea about the quality. Cheers Darren
These items have been installed on my 2013 XV50 Camry Altise. Please research to determine if they will suit your car. Item: Ultra Racing front strut bar/brace Location: Werribee after hours, Chadstone business hours M-F Website: N/A Item Condition: Used but very good condition Reason for Selling: Selling the Camry Price and Payment conditions: $120, Cash on pickup Any additional information: Shipping: No shipping Pictures: Contact Details: PM me ------------------------------------------------------------------ Item: Ultra Racing 19mm rear sway bar Location: Werribee after hours, Chadstone business hours M-F Website: N/A Item Condition: Used condition, bit greasy and scratches from installing/removing. It does sit under the car so I guess that's the life it chose. Bushes are in good condition. Reason for Selling: Selling the Camry Price and Payment conditions: $220, Cash on pickup Any additional information: It uses your stock sway bar mounts and end links Shipping: No shipping Pictures:
Okay, so I've been driving my newly acquired '96 Vienta Csi and I'm ready to take it to the next level. My main gripe with the car is that the ride is too soft for my liking. It's comfortable going over potholes and bumpy roads, but when I do quick turns and cornering, it feel like an oil tanker. After forum hopping for a while, it seems that a front strut beam and rear sway bar would make a difference at a lower price point. After doing a little digging and visiting autobarn down in chaddy this afternoon, i realised that Whiteline does not make a front strut beam for the '96 Vienta because there is no clearance above the engine; a real bummer. So i'm posting this hoping get a few more ideas re how i can improve my suspension without blowing a big hole in my pocket. A friend of mine recommended changing the stock suspension to coilovers and that should reduce the need for FSB and RSB. I don't have a lot of money to spare so if anyone has any ideas, please feel free to share them. (if you could provide an estimated cost as well, that will be awesome) thanks! :D