Question about 2003 Toyota 4Runner
Yes - you can buy them at an auto parts store. Ask for "spring compressors". You can use them with a ratchet, but it's very tedious, and is much quicker and easier with air tools. Be absolutely sure you follow the recommendations and cautions on the box - you can get hurt or killed if you use them wrong and they let go when the spring is compressed. There's a LOT of energy pent up in the springs when they're compressed.
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