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TRD Sway Bar - Front

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Part Number: PTR620C180

  • Helps preserve the secure handling of the original steering and suspension system
  • Provides a flatter, more stable cornering stance
  • High-quality spring steel sway bar helps ensure strength, stiffness and durability
  • Durable, gloss-red powder coat finish resists corrosion and protects against road damage
  • TRD badging adds prestige
  • Simple, bolt-on installation, with no modifications required; all hardware included

Enhanced control, less drama. Rear sway bars give your Tundra flatter cornering and less under steer during maneuvering, helping to deliver greater handling overall.

  • Helps preserve the secure handling of the original steering and suspension system
  • High-quality spring steel helps ensure strength, stiffness and durability
  • Durable, gloss-red powder coat finish resists corrosion and helps protect against damage
  • Simple, bolt-on installation, with no modifications required: all hardware included

Fits Sequoia, Tundra

  • FINISH: Red
  • POSITION: Front
  • TRD: Sport

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Ships Fast From Roseville, CA
This product fits 10 vehicle variants.
Toyota: 2 models, 10 variants between 2018 and 2019.

Your Price

$181.35
MSRP
$249.00
Savings (All Discounts)
(27%) $67.65
MSRP and price exclude taxes, installation, shipping, and dealer charges. Dealer sets actual price. Contact dealer for limited warranty, inventory level, and return policy details.

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Reviews

Average 4.8/5 stars on 89 reviews.
  • Star 5 out of 5 stars

    GREAT, AMAZING WILL COME BACK

    RNCHO CORDOVA, CA
  • Star 5 out of 5 stars

    Very easy to do.i wish they would have offered a discount since I just bought a new car.

    COLFAX, CA
  • Star 5 out of 5 stars

    I've been looking for that little bracket for years. It holds the left front of the stabilizer bar which we've been without for years. Now we're 'stable geniuses'.

    JOSHUA TREE, CA
 
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