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Old 04-01-2013, 02:00 PM   #1
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Rear strut bar

Anyone got one? I was looking at cj pony and they have one that says Shelby on it for 99. Steeda is for 189 and adjustable. I want one front and back. So which one is better? Getting a boss 302 front btw
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Well... Thank was unfortunate


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Lmfao!! My friend has it on his 04 GT but he bought that and a buttload more **** to autocross his stang
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Lmfao!! My friend has it on his 04 GT but he bought that and a buttload more **** to autocross his stang
It's mainly a daily driver. Just don't know if I should dump the money for a steeda or a brand new Shelby one.
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It's mainly a daily driver. Just don't know if I should dump the money for a steeda or a brand new Shelby one.
It does limit spacing in ur trunk
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It does limit spacing in ur trunk
It's only on that hump an last I checked, no one puts anything there lol
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It's only on that hump an last I checked, no one puts anything there lol
My subs are there lol
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Yep,I bought one from them and have it installed.
It only sits up about 1" off the floor.

I don't really know if it helps but when I do get a
little tire spin the rear of the car stays pretty straight.

Install took about 10 minutes.
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My subs are there lol
My sub doesn't fit there. It has to sit on a flat piece and on the driver side. Not the best, but its a custom box from my 02. Just too cheap lol

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Yep,I bought one from them and have it installed.
It only sits up about 1" off the floor.

I don't really know if it helps but when I do get a
little tire spin the rear of the car stays pretty straight.

Install took about 10 minutes.
Is yours steeda? I really want the Shelby one cause its just 99. Btw are the bolts and stuff in mustangs standard or metric?
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I bought the shelby one and it fits very good.You just have to push it downhard and muscle the shock nuts back on.If I remember the nuts are metric.
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My sub doesn't fit there. It has to sit on a flat piece and on the driver side. Not the best, but its a custom box from my 02. Just too cheap lol

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Is yours steeda? I really want the Shelby one cause its just 99. Btw are the bolts and stuff in mustangs standard or metric?
Most modern cars use metric and torx bolts
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I bought the shelby one and it fits very good.You just have to push it downhard and muscle the shock nuts back on.If I remember the nuts are metric.
Thanks. How easy is the install? Is it as easy as the front brace?
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Easier. It's only two nuts.
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The install is very easy.Just in order to remove and put the
shock nuts back on you have to use a wrench to hold
the very top of the shock bolt so it wont spin.

You will need two people,one to hold a wrench on the top
shock bolt and one to tighten the shock nut.
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