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2003 Toyota Celica GT

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Alberta, Canada
Oct 26, 6:26pm - #310598 
Took my car in for an alignment... Good & bad news.

Good news, the front is perfectly fine. The bad news...

Well here's the assessment from the bodyshop. I have a GT and therefore drum brakes. The front turned out to be fine. In alignment etc. The rear has the problems. These are the parts I need.

Right Rear Nuckle
Right Rear Bearing Assembly w ABS sensor.

I believe it's everything that attaches to the rotor. The rotor attaches to the bearing assembly which attaches to the
nuckle, which attaches to the A-arm. If anyone has any ideas where I could get this setup from a wrecker, it would totally, TOTALLY save me some change from buying it new.

Also, if someone could find a PDF file of the rear assembly but for a GT that would be awesome.

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Boobie Vision

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2000 Toyota Celica

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925 Nor Cal
Oct 26, 6:44pm - #310599 
that kinda of stuff im not familiar with..

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