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RSB: Install on Wagon w/o RSB?

Hi All,

Can a Whiteline rear anti-sway bar be installed on GEN2 Camry wagons that were not originally equiped with one?

If a Whiteline RSB can't be added, can a Toyota RSB be added?

Thanks!
 

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chasman said:
Hi All,

Can a Whiteline rear anti-sway bar be installed on GEN2 Camry wagons that were not originally equiped with one?

If a Whiteline RSB can't be added, can a Toyota RSB be added?

Thanks!
Install the factory one first. Get all the parts from the junkyard:

Bolts, brackets, bushings, endlinks and nuts....

If that doesn't improve the handling enough, then buy the Whiteline bar and install it. You can't install the Whiteline bar without a lot of of the stock parts (brackets, endlinks and bolts/nuts).

-Charlie
 

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Thanks for the good news Charlie!

white90dx said:
Install the factory one first. Get all the parts from the junkyard:

Bolts, brackets, bushings, endlinks and nuts....

If that doesn't improve the handling enough, then buy the Whiteline bar and install it. You can't install the Whiteline bar without a lot of of the stock parts (brackets, endlinks and bolts/nuts).

-Charlie
You made my day!
 

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endlinks are easy to get 14mm sockets and bushing brackets are also 14mm bolts. try to get the metal end links seems like those are rare as i only seen 2 so far and i got them both from the junk yard :) while there's a million of plastic ones but those works too unless you drive like a bat out of hell on corners
 

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87 Wagon: Used OEM RSB $?

Hi Charlie,

white90dx said:
Install the factory one first. Get all the parts from the junkyard:

Bolts, brackets, bushings, endlinks and nuts....

If that doesn't improve the handling enough, then buy the Whiteline bar and install it. You can't install the Whiteline bar without a lot of of the stock parts (brackets, endlinks and bolts/nuts).

-Charlie
About how much should all this cost at the JY?
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Thanks for the Tip atobe!

atobe said:
endlinks are easy to get 14mm sockets and bushing brackets are also 14mm bolts. try to get the metal end links seems like those are rare as i only seen 2 so far and i got them both from the junk yard :) while there's a million of plastic ones but those works too unless you drive like a bat out of hell on corners
 

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my junk yard charged me 8$ for the swaybar
 

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Complete RSB Assembly: Which JY?

atobe said:
my junk yard charged me 8$ for the swaybar
Excellent price!

So far, I'm not having any luck locating a complete rear anti-sway bar assembly (including all bolts, brackets, bushings, metal endlinks, and nuts).

Any suggestions?

Thanks!
 
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