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Old 01-20-2011, 02:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Could anyone recommend a strut brace that fit the CRD, but enables you to take the engine cover on/off without cutting the cover.

also would i have to move the CC

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Old 01-20-2011, 02:17 PM   #2 (permalink)
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this are for me the best solution, great look and you can remove in 10sek., but you must cut the cover.

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I thing the one that Sox and KB have you can take the cover off but it was put my budget for now, I'm pretty sure you have to move the can as it's nearly in line with the brace.
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I thought wrong, I guess cutting the cover is the only way.
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looks good, ill try and find one that allows the cover to stay in one piece, (hope) Rob did you have to move your CC

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el barto have install the mopar strut, but must ever cut the cover.
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Yeah, at the moment I used a pipe clip from work and fastened it to the brace, I was going to mount it next to the fuse box with the BT mount but there's already something there so it looks like it staying on the brace for now.
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