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  1. Camry 5th and 6th Gen '02-'11, Solara '04-'08
    One of the Camry's biggest weaknesses is a wallowy ride with excessive roll. Coilovers and stiffer springs help, but a key element adopted by enthusiasts in FWD vehicles is rear sway/anti-roll bars. The Camry is no exception, and TRD as well as Ultra Racing produce very strong anti-roll bars...
  2. Car Parts for Sale
    Selling this Whiteline rear swaybar. Part # for bar is BTR36. Also includes polyurethane bushings that came with the bar. Bushings were never used. Selling for $75. Pick up only. I am located in North Jersey, five minutes from George Washington Bridge. [/URL][/IMG] [/URL][/IMG]
  3. Camry 3rd and 4th Gen '92-'01, Solara '99-'03
    So I was browsing on ebay and camry across this. I know the gen 4 rsb fits the gen 3 and 3.5 but I was wondering will this also? and do you think it will make a difference in the handling?
  4. Camry 3rd and 4th Gen '92-'01, Solara '99-'03
    in comparison to the stock 16 mm RSB off my gen 4.5, the whiteline is more angular, and the middle two angled bends are in the complete opposite direction. it's not as wide, and doesn't match up with the brackets for the bushings, or the endlinks. but it IS an 18 mmwhiteline. I'll take a...
  5. Camry 3rd and 4th Gen '92-'01, Solara '99-'03
    Ive been trying to find an answer everywhere & cant seem to get one. i bought a whiteline rsb for my 98 camry V6, the yelloe bushings that came with the rsb are to big for the oem brackets. what the hell do i do????
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