Question about 1987 Toyota 4Runner
Installed new rotors today. New bearings and races, also. As I put in the 53mm bolt, then T20 Bit spacer, then plastic housing/w coiled spring inside, the plastic housing was cracked and broke. I'm not sure of the name of this part, but it's the only plastic(fiber?) part(that I know of) in the hub. It has 2 tabs, top and bottom that the large snap ring fits over(snap ring holds this thing in). It also has a tabbed fiber spacer that goes behind it. I'm trying to find a replacement but it would help to know the exact name of the part. The spring that is inside of it is coiled up like a snake, with two bent tabs of the spring for compressing so that one can fit it inside of this thing that broke. So sorry for the sad explanation, however, I'm exhausted and not thinking straight. Maybe it's "tension spring" or "follower"? Thanks for any help I can get.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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