Because the new one is less than $30 and the old one has 500k miles on it. The original old one may have broke just from metal fatigue let alone all the wear where the throw bearing contacts the end of the fork and at the pivot point and at the slave contact point.rumptis said:if you going to reinforce the new on then why not just fix the old one same difference.
scarletlizard said:Hey guys,
Did the new fork come with new clips and a new rubber booty ??
All from Toyota ???
The guy at my local parts dept. is a knob !!