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Old 04-02-2008, 05:46 PM
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Default Front Strut Tower Brace

Front Strut Tower Brace
TRD Strut Tower Braces increase the chassis rigidity of selected Toyota and Scion models, reducing flex and handling imprecision in aggressive cornering or rough-road driving. They deliver improved steering response, enhanced cornering performance and provide a tighter, more rigid feel overall.They are constructed of lightweight, high-strength steel tubing, crafted to fit with exacting precision. Each application is rigorously checked for fit and function and road-tested over a variety of surfaces to eliminate squeaks, rattles, or excessive ride harshness. In applications that already include stock braces, the TRD braces replace and enhance the stock brace’s looks and performance.

so my question is, has anyone put one of these on their 2007 camry se?

2007 toyota Camry Se. 11,000 miles
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Old 04-02-2008, 06:09 PM
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Default RE: Front Strut Tower Brace

I do not have a strut brace on a Camry. But I have front and rear braces on a E36. I could not feel a huge difference I would do a rear sway bar before a strut brace. In my car the rear sway bar made a huge difference. In my Camry I have a Whiteline sway bar and it helps a lot.
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