Were '07 stock front springs the same left and right? - Toyota FJ Cruiser Forum
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Were '07 stock front springs the same left and right?

I'm replacing the springs and shocks on my '07. I bought new stock Toyota springs, and the fronts are the same left to right. I was thinking the left (or would it be the right) would have an extra coil. Was that something just later years had? Just wanted to make sure I have the right parts to bring to the garage.

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Re: Were '07 stock front springs the same left and right?

The best way to be really sure you have the right part is to get your Toyota dealer parts department to look up the part numbers for both springs based on your VIN number so that it is specific to the build sheet for your actual vehicle. Then you can see if the numbers match what you bought.
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Re: Were '07 stock front springs the same left and right?

Just for future reference, found the answer in this thread.

https://www.toyota-4runner.org/4th-g...-tell-r-l.html

Yellow is driver side, grey is passenger side. The spring length is about 1/8" longer on driver side.

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