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Old 03-23-2012, 02:13 AM   #1
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I am selling a brand new, never mounted Mason Rear Strut Brace. It is the aluminum bar, and mounts. Comes with all of the original hardware. Asking 250.00.
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I am selling a brand new, never mounted Mason Rear Strut Brace. It is the aluminum bar, and mounts. Comes with all of the original hardware. Asking 250.00.
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That was painful... There are the pics. Sorry I didn't post them before. ( Didn't know I could yet )
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Interested, emailed you.
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I am so glad John started making them and our group buy went as well as it did. I have the #1 made in steel except for the prototype and very soon it and the matching front will be mounted as I hope to get my little beast running early this summer

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Does anyone no where i can get a mason front brace in the uk?
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Does anyone no where i can get a mason front brace in the uk?
Contact Mason. You'll have to have it shipped.
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Ok was just wondering if there were any companies in the uk that sell them but its looking like the answer is no. Thanks anyway.
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Ok was just wondering if there were any companies in the uk that sell them but its looking like the answer is no. Thanks anyway.
Ask John when you contact him and if if he has an outlet in the UK I am sure he will point you to them, if not he will ship you one and they are light so not too bad on shipping. Great guy to work with as I helped a bit getting the first one built, got a member to go and be the fit for the prototype and did a group buy for it. I have the first production bar both front and back now.

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Ask John when you contact him and if if he has an outlet in the UK I am sure he will point you to them, if not he will ship you one and they are light so not too bad on shipping. Great guy to work with as I helped a bit getting the first one built, got a member to go and be the fit for the prototype and did a group buy for it. I have the first production bar both front and back now.

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Thanks for the help. Have they made much difference in your opinion?
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Thanks for the help. Have they made much difference in your opinion?
I had them on briefly before pulling my car off the road for repairs and upgrades. The front seemed to firm up my turn ins and just feels more solid on our rough roads. Seemed less noise on bumps as well but not sure why. Rear didn't change a lot but it does seem a tad stiffer back there as it seems to make my suspension work a little better and my one rear seat latch needs adjusted and would bump a bit in hard left corners but the bar stopped it without the adjustment.

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Nice sounds like the two would be worth the money.
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