No, the ones pressed into rear knuckles are still available from toyota, the serrated ones are for the rear arms on inner side.Haven't bought any heritage parts yet.
Are 48725-14050/14010 the spherical bushings that press into the knuckle?
I think the biggest letdown is the price. A thousand bucks for a fuel level sender is crazy, I dont think even BMW charges such prices for their similar parts.I went the Energy Suspension bushing route. They are stiffer, and transmit more road noise, until I got a set of Toyo Versado Noir tires; which helped greatly. I had to cut out 2 of the front and one of the rear cam adjusting bolts that were rusted to the bushings. The heritage program was pretty much a let down. I would liked to have seen 87-88 maroon driver-side door molding, a power steering oil reservoir to pump hose for the turbo model, engine splash pan, driver and passenger side rubber mirror support bracket with inside trim piece, drivers side foam seat cushion replacement pad.