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My brother just bought me a new strut bar from procarparts.com. Well I was trying to put it on but the braking fluid container is in the way. He says he bought the right one,but the fluid container just needs moved... is this right??? help me out guys[IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-frown.gif[/IMG]
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I reloacated mine,works all fine now.......just unbolt it and i think there is a place by the strut you can remount it,using a factory bolt.
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i have strut bar..and fits great and i have short ram injen intake.
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It's the clutch reservoir that it's on the bar's path...you can lower it down...to a screw a little bit lower...
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i have a strut bar and it fits perfectly
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Yeah, you have to relocate it. Move it lower. I think there's a screw hole there you that you can use. That's a problem with these bars. Would you have bought it if you know you had to do that? Did you know you had to do that?
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i didnt know but hopefully it is worth it...[IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-frown.gif[/IMG]
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If you're willing to part with the cash, you might want to try the dc sports strut tower......fits perfectly.
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Yep, that or the Neuspeed. Then again, there's one that APR makes that's selling for about $20 less than the DC Sports. I want to see someone get that. It looks solid. It cost $150 shipped at www.nopionline.com Then there's the Skunk2 front strut bar. They have a good reputation for having quality products that really work, so if you want check it out at www.optauto.com It sells for $149, I don't know how much the shipping is? They also have the rear lower tie bar by Skunk2.
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neuspeed fit perfect after i had them install i already can fit the difference when i am in turn..
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you have to move the clutch res. with the neuspeed one also, but i just loosened it and tilted it forward a tad so it would clear the bar and was still level on meter.
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I got a Neuspeed strut bar I thought I was going to be a problem but after I put it on the only problem I got was that I'm not able to open my braking fluid container I donít really care but I didnít want to move it.
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