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Old 07-09-2009, 09:06 AM   #21
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Why thank you! Yeah I gave it a beating today on my way to work, and I can honestly say I didn't really notice anything different.
Did you install the RSB you got from Kevin? You should be able to tell the difference then...lol
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Old 07-09-2009, 10:23 AM   #22
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Haha, not yet. It's pretty rusty, so I need to clean it up before it goes in.
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Its more noticeable in a hatch...
That's what I'm hoping for...
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You get yours installed John?
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You get yours installed John?
I'll wait till Saturday so I can take my time...
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Good luck with it! Can this get added to the Archive?
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Great writeup! Repped.
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I was thinking of Focus Sport bar for 2007 sedan but I really like the idea of the brace two bolt ends on this one. Still wondering about losing some trunk space but sacrifies have to be made, not in handlling. Great write up. Thanks.
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No problem! You really don't sacrifice much trunk space at all. There's only I'd say about 8 inches that you lose by doing this.
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Thumbs up Thanks again trailbikerider...

easy install thanks to your tips...






No rattles or squeaks from my hatch...
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