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The first production cars from over a hundred years ago must have been very unpleasant to drive. The MacPherson strut suspension was first used on front wheels, and made it so they could achieve the same amount of rotation using fewer parts. Still, your Toyota Tundra struts react and rebound the same way shock absorbers do. However, your specific model uses a strut to provide the spindle with 360-degrees of movement in the front, which eliminates the need for the front control arm to locate the wheel and provide a pivot for steering. If your Toyota Tundra has an independent rear suspension, you are going to have strut assemblies mounted to each rear wheel carrier rather than a shock and leaf spring on the axle shaft.
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