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Old 03-01-2013, 11:21 PM   #1
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Rear lower strut bar

Will a rear lower strut bar be a good upgrade? Found one on CL for $60 it's eibach.
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Rear sway bar? If so yes, it makes quite a difference. You can get em at a salvage yard for 15-30 bucks, not a whole lot of difference than the after market ones, but 60 is still a decent price.
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Do you mean rear sway or rear shock brace op?
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It's behind the axle.
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It's behind the axle.
Thats the rear sway bar.
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Ohhhhhhh lol so good buy?
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Ohhhhhhh lol so good buy?
Sure, id try to get him to $40-50 bucks since you can pretty much get the same think at the junk yard for 15-30 bucks.
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He had it up for 80
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Its up to you.
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He had it up for 80
cut it in half and tell him you can find it cheaper. good upgrade to have if you like taking corners fast, like we all do
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