You are missing my point
Are you sure it was the torque stuts that you replaced on your car? The torque strut is the upper most strut on the rear wheel assembly that faces toward the front of the car. The bolt that is in the front part of the strut is different than a regular bolt. The front bolt has a concentric shaped piece on it that adjusts the toe in of the rear wheel. Can't just use any ole bolt that fits unless the new designed strut has been redesigned to accomodate the difference in toe in adjustment.
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