Can I replace the "sport tuned" suspension on the 2014 Camry SE V6 with a softer spring/shock?

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Old 17 Mar 2014, 06:54 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Default Can I replace the "sport tuned" suspension on the 2014 Camry SE V6 with a softer spring/shock?

Would like to change to softer springs/shocks similar to that of an XLE. Can this be done?
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Old 17 Mar 2014, 07:09 pm   #2 (permalink)
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sure. but not the springs persay. those set ride height. plus, you have struts. not shocks. so struts would be the option.

and what was on say an older XLE, maynot be app.

i might suggest *monroe sensi trac*. oe rplacement. but a little more forgiving than oem. can be had at most any auto parts store.

might be best to inquire at say a place like les schwab and the like. ride feel is a personal choice. they prolly know exactly what might be a smidge softer wo/ any guess work. cause once you buy and install, they're yours.

they might have some adjustable struts that are app to your vehicle. that way, you can taylor adjust for personal feel.

might even inquire with the dealer. regarding a lighter sway bar. typically it connects the left/right front suspension to aid in body roll. but a lighter option it may lessen the ruff ride (up front) w/o impacting the roll rate too much.
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