Prius Plus - Spring and Rear Sway Bar

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  1. EdyJun

    EdyJun Junior Member

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    Anyone know where I can find the best deal on the Prius Plus springs and rear sway bar?

    I have a 2010 Prius II and live in SoCal.

    Prius PLUS Packages

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  2. ewilke

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    I would be interested also.
     
  3. SuperchargedMR2

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    I bought the PP RSB at a local dealer for $220 which was the best I found. I ordered Eibach springs instead of the PP springs for a great deal of around $165 after the rebate. :D
     
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  4. The Critic

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    Check your local dealership.

    MB860 ?
     
  5. dustoff003

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    Here are the P/N's and the prices I got here in Honolulu, these should put you on the right track.

    PTR07-47100, Plus Lowering Springs, List $349, Net $314.1

    PTR11-47010, Rear Sway Bar, List $279, Net $251.1


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  6. AZGeek

    AZGeek Semi-informed Member

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    How much do the PTR07-47100 springs lower the overall stance? I would assume it wouldn't be so low as to cause rubbing on 17's.
     
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    It won't cause you to rub unless you go with very wide wheels or some goofy wheel offset. Sometimes hellaflush can cause hellarub if you're not careful. lol
     
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    PTR07-47100, Plus Lowering Springs$198 PTR07-47100 - OEM Toyota TRD PRIUS LOW SPRING

    ditto on Eibach.

    Anyone knows reasonably priced good shocks for Gen3?
     
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    I'm looking to get either the TRD or Tein springs. Leaning more towards the TRD since I can get a good deal on them but everyone I ask about the lowering has no idea...some say 1.0 some say 1.5 all around then others say nothing at all...?
     
  10. WE0H

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    It is 1.1" front & 1.3" rear drop. This is from the Toyota site description of the Plus package.

    Mike :tea:
     
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  11. ImeanGreen

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    Can I still use the stock shocks/struts for the TRD springs?
     
  12. WE0H

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    I have not read anywhere that the Plus struts are any different than stock. So if that is true then yes you are fine running the TRD springs on your existing struts.

    Mike
     
  13. MD80

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    Does anybody know if you need to order two these part numbers to install the sway bar? There was a guy selling the sway bat on ebay that listed two parts numbers. One seemed to be the bar and the other a kind of installation kit. I can't find it now cause I guess he sold them all.
     
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    There was this part number PTR11-47010 and one othere one.
     
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    Whoops search is my friend, found it PTR11-47011
     
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