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2007 Toyota 4Runner Suspension Track Bar - Rear Mevotech

P311-08AC04F    CMS861258  New

4874035040 , 4874060160 , 524-213 , CMS861258

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Mevotech Suspension Track Bar  Rear
  • Suspension Track Bar
  • Product Attributes:
    • Adjustable: No
    • Finish: Corrosion Resistant
    • Length: 41.93
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Mevotech
Position: Rear
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2007 - Toyota 4Runner Rear

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1986 Toyota Tercel wagon death wobble question

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Question From Keiseki on 1986 Toyota Tercel wagon death wobble question

Hello everyone.

I drive an old rusty 1986 Toyota Tercel Wagon SR5 and the other day I was driving to work and i noticed a slight shaking through out the whole car. The next day on my way home from work i had the supposed death wobble. I pulled over to see what was wrong and in the rear of the car i saw a bar hanging down. I am assuming it is the track bar. Anyways the bar was intact but on the right side it was bolted to a bracket that had rusted off from the body. Now this car is pretty badly rusted and it is only supposed to last me for a couple more months untill i go to school.

My question is if there is anything i can do to fix it temporarily and if not is it possible to give me a quote on how much it would cost to get it fixed.

Here is a photo of the car:

If you need additional information please ask.


Response From Hammer Time

That car has escaped the junkyard for too long already. It's a totally unsafe vehicle and just needs to be put out of it's misery before someone gets seriously injured.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

The right welding shops can re-do the area all depending on what it still strong. Being a "unit body" vehicle at it's age could and probably involved and expensive. Might be the end of that car.

Pics: folks have had luck with sites like Photo and link to the pic from there,


Response From Keiseki

Thanks for the suggestion of photobucket. A picture is now available

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Been there with rust big time. Box beamed frames fall to ground. Just carpet holding your feet in and the list goes on. Best fixes if you can is to measure exactly where a totally broken part is to be if actually fallen off.

Photobucket is one of many out there. I have troubles with certain pics. Either way I/we get the idea for your problem.

Since you said you only want a couple months I'd factor scrap value and do nothing, fix and perhaps what you could get for the car later with the cost of a fix (anything fixable but for how much) and go from there.............