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Old 12-23-2001, 07:41 AM   #1
M3Pilot
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Join Date: Dec 2001
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Question Strut Braces

I'm after a strut brace for my E30 M3 and was just after the opinion of you guys out there who have them and what you think i the best way to go.
Do I get a ali one or steel as I have heard people say that the ali ones crack?
Do I get a single piece one or a 3 piece one, as a 3 piece would be easier to remove if needed?
I think I would rather get one that bends and runs along the bulkhead as I guess that the striaght across ones are stronger but get in the way more.

And how easy are the to fit as i guess you have no way of telling that my car it in as perfect aliginment as when it came out the factory. I don't want to be out the trying to bend the damm thing slightly to get it to fit!

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