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94 4Runner rear end sag

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My 94 4Runner has developed a serious case of rear end sag - something that seems to be common for this vintage 4Runner. Front springs are still strong, but the rear end has settled down to the point that the vehicle looks like it's constantly going up a slight hill. I'm sure many owners have been through this issue. What are the best solutions for raising the rear end back up to the original height?

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I know what your talking about, I've seen a lot of 4Runners with the same problems, The best way to fix the problem would be to replace the rear springs with OEM parts or there are aftermarket airbag suspension systems that would allow you to set the desired ride height you want but this can be very costly, So replacing the springs would be your best option.

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