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Old 11-20-2021, 09:10 AM #1
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Toytec 521600 Spring mismatch

I just received the Toytec 521600 lift springs for my 2010 4runner limited and noticed one spring is a full wind longer than the other. Is this normal, or was I given a faulty set of springs?
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The stock springs are that way as well, the driver's side has a full wind more to compensate for the lean due to weight distribution
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Oh thank you for clarifying that. I've been looking all over online and couldn't find details on the driver and passenger sides. Now that I know, I should be able to change the springs with no problems.
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