Question about 1992 Toyota Pickup
You do have bushings & mounts on the entire suspension that have been on the truck for nearly 20 years, more than likely without being replaced. I would recommend a good inspection of all of those for detoriorated rubber, possibly hardened without any "give" as it originally did before being put to use.
These can be replaced w/OEM parts or Poly bushings if necessary, but you'll find the Poly bushings may last even longer, but provide a stiffer ride.
The Struts/Shocks should be tested by simply pushing up & down at each corner of the car & watching the rebound as well as noting the amount of pressure is necessary to cause them to bounce.
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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