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Old 02-21-2011, 11:03 AM   #1
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Need input on ULTRA RACING 23MM SWAY BAR VS NITTO REAR LOWER STRUT BRACE.

thinkin of getting either one of this 2 just cant decide which.
sway bar or rear lower strut brace..did ask garm and his comment was " completely different functions. Sway bar resists twisting to prevent roll. Underbrace prevents compression to stiffen the shocks."

i dont track the car but want more stability..although the brace seems to stiffens the rear..would that give me less rubbing coz i do rub every now and then on the trd springs. thought the brace will cover additional on top of what the sway will do. ??????????????????????

unfortunetely i can only afford one of the 2..sigh...

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