Door stabelizer TRD
I ama bit miffed about the TRD door stabelizer:
Toyota offers those for several models and they have different part numbers.
HOWEVER: The ones for the AE86, SW20 and ZZW30 all share the same number MS304-00001.
Yet the vendors ask 130$ for the AE86 and SW20 yet double that for the ZZW30. Áre they different or it it just supply and demand?
Why not Dev's stabilizers? They are like $50 shipped in the US.
I could be wrong (it happened once..), but I believe Dev may be out of the door spacer game, they don't show on his website anymore.
@scrmnchkn as of a month ago he said the printer was up and running, and taking payments for more sets. It was over on the other site... the one with all the traffic
I have two sets left. I decided not to advertise and sell on my site because I would like to deal with the customer directly so we have a understanding about the bushings. Its a little more personal this way compared to the other products.
I was also informed by a MR2ROC member that someone on Facebook was going to rip off my hard work and copy the bushings to sell and they had the gall to use my video. I don't know who it is but its one of those moments where Atlas Shrugged.
If you have one more I will take it.
PMs sent to both. I will make more before Civil war 2 starts.
and the TRD ones?
I am not happy with the TRD's. This is the only TRD item I have taken off my car. You do not have to do take them off yourself, however. They fall off on their own!
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I have not yet installed mine on the MR2, but when I installed them on my FR-S, they REALLY made a big difference. They were absolutely fantastic. Be sure to use the super duper extra strength loc-tite when installing.
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