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#16 Old 12-30-2005, 08:53 PM
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Sorry to intrude again, but I was wondering if you van help me out with the following:

SuperPro SPF2706K Front Engine Steady Bushing $35.35
SuperPro SPF1348K Front Engine Steady Bushing $20.76

This has me stumped... I am not able to find which is for the 4cyl and which is for the V6.
I've checked the catalog and the only info is that 2706 has a 65mm inside diameter and 1348 has a 50mm inside diameter. I will try to get some more info for you; give me a few days to find out.

Ok Folks; I've updated the listing with the majority of the parts available Celica's too. Please keep in mind there is much more than what I've listed. If you don't see something for any make and model and want a price just let me know.

Thanks to all who have replied and I hope you all have a Very Happy New Year.

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so send payment in Feb?

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You can send the money anytime; but since the order won't be placed until the end of February no reason to pay so soon...your choice. I will not end this early so there is no need to rush!!

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if you're keeping cout already, then put me down for a

Whiteline BTR36 18mm Rear Sway Bar(non Adjustable): $112

for sure

and I'll decide on the bushings in february when I pay

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Anything for a Gen1 (99-00) Solara? I could use a rear sway bar, among other things; it's impossible to find TRD parts for the car anymore ><.
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if you're keeping cout already, then put me down for a

Whiteline BTR36 18mm Rear Sway Bar(non Adjustable): $112

for sure

and I'll decide on the bushings in february when I pay
I'm not keeping a 'whose interested' list; as I find the list is huge until it comes time to pay. I will update the first thread with whose paid and what they have ordered.

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Anything for a Gen1 (99-00) Solara? I could use a rear sway bar, among other things; it's impossible to find TRD parts for the car anymore ><.
The SXV20 and the MCV20 Gen 1 Solara share the same supspension with the 97-03 Camry.

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the 92-96 lowering springs... how much do they lower by?

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the 92-96 lowering springs... how much do they lower by?
I've already sent in a request asking for that info; give me a couple of days and I will let you know...thanks.

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Just got work from Dobinson; the lowering springs will lower the car approx. 25mm.

Guys; keep in mind that Whiteline also offers springs for practically all Toyota's. I've received a few pms asking for price requests. I just didn't add them here as there is just way too much info to add on this post...don't be shy to ask what else is available for your model...ciao for now.

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Sorry to intrude again, but I was wondering if you van help me out with the following:

SuperPro SPF2706K Front Engine Steady Bushing $35.35
SuperPro SPF1348K Front Engine Steady Bushing $20.76

This has me stumped... I am not able to find which is for the 4cyl and which is for the V6.

The only info I have is that the SPF2706K is for the automatic and the
SPF1348K is for the manual. I will try to confirm if this is the only difference...

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Whiteline Front Strut Tower Brace - allow adjustable: $126.73 Will this clear the TRD SC ? Is ther a pictue somewhere?

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Here is a generic picture of a whiteline STB:




I really have no way of knowing if it will clear the SC; Whiteline will not answer if their products work with other aftermarket products. They are fit on factory cars; with so many vehicles and so many aftermarket products it's almost impossible to know all the combinations.

I've seen a whiteline STB on another car (non-toyota) it it seems to hug the contours fo the motor/engine bay very close. I checked out the pictures on your car domain site and if the bar is a tight fit on the stock car then I would hazard to guess by the looks of this picture fitment will be ultra tight or not possible:



I've done a quick search in the camry forum but found no info; anyone else tried this before??

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Wow . Excellent research and response!! I'm very impressed.
I'll remember you when I need something.

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Wow . Excellent research and response!! I'm very impressed.
I'll remember you when I need something.
Thanks man; to me there's only 2 ways to answer questions: ALL OUT or NOT AT ALL!!

Now that we're on the topic of answering questions; I have finally received a response from Fulcrum Industries about the Camry engine steady bushings...here is the response as it was given to me...let me know if you guys have any more questions:

Hi George,
I have attached a photo of the SPF2706K fitted to arm and SPF1348K contents.




We have not been able to work out the vehicle model difference, as we have found some V6 & 4 Cyl engines
in different countries throughout the world have either arm fitted.

The smaller end of the bracket (which is attached to the firewall) the bush is the same in both arms.
The bracket ID (hole) for the larger end, we have found 2 x variances, one has a inside diameter of 50mm, the other is 65mm.

SPF1348K = Large end of bracket inside diameter @ 50mm
SPF2706K = Large end of bracket inside diameter @ 65mm (with Kangaroo in photo)

We request that measurement be taken before ordering.

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Thank You!

It appears that the larger one is used in the Gen 1 Solaras.
I will go and measure mine!

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