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Old 11-27-2001   #1
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HELP!!! Installing OBX Strut Bar

i just got an OBX Strut and i was wondering if theres any way to install it right? because it kinda goes over my brake liquid and it bends it down a little. Anyone know if its supposed to do that? do you know any other way to install it better? thanks! -Cey
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You need to relocate that resivoir. i moved mine down to the bolt just 1 inch or so below. so now one bolt holds 2 things in, but it hold very well. You may need to bend the bracket just a tad.
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