I would say its the mounting hardware for the pads. There are tension springs that help keep them centered and absorb the shock of directional change. It's possible it could just be at one of the pads. Wiser techs than I may have other ideas as well.
-Justin Morgan, Toyota Technician (T-TEN)
"-1988 Red Hilux Standard frame, X-tra cab, locked F&R, 5.29's, 35" tires and a SAS. In Moab
"-1988, 2001 3.4L, Supercharged, 2.1" URD pulley, 2 1/2" Magnaflow exhaust, TO DO: SAS, Duals.
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