Every report I've read regarding the original sway bar breaking was by a person in the habit of making quick turns/curves at speed, not one was by someone who didn't heavily stress the bar. So, if you are someone who regularly pushes in corners, then getting the current version might be wise, but otherwise, the original should be just fine. Yes, the price sounds good. Check the installation PDFs and verify you get everything needed for installation.Hey Guys!
A guy near me has a used TRD rear sway bar and a used TRD front strut brace for sale. He said his lowest price is $200, the front brace is in really good shape but the rear sway bar is the older style and looks like it could use a quick spray paint here and there, but still useable.
What do you guys think at a price of $200 for both pieces?
to get them both new would cost me every bit of $400 at the cheapest place I found them.
What do ya think?