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Re: Z3 2.8l strut brace (archive)

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Posted by Paul Ebeyer on February 13, 2000 at 14:16:42:

In Reply to: Z3 2.8l strut brace posted by uzm on February 13, 2000 at 11:03:25:

: when i drive over rough roads i seem to notice some body flex in my vehicle. like some side-to-side body shudder. not really loose or anything -more like a flex. anyone else sense this? would a front strut brace stiffen this up?

: thanks

FYI I manufacture what is probably the strongest and least expensive ( for this quaLITY)strut brace available today.Visit our club web page at and click on "great idea". There is text, prices and pictures of the "STRONGSTRUT. Satisfaction guaranteed. Please e mail me direct if you have questions or want more info. Paul Ebeyer, Founder/President Arizona BMW Z3 Roadster Club.
ps I have a 98 ///M Roadster. In the process of developing the prototype strut it was on and off the car many times. There is a BIG difference in the ridgitity of the front end with the bar in place.

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