This rear strut brace is perfect to stiffen up the rear end when cornering, it also allows the rear seats to still lock into place while fitted which most other rear strut braces will not.
TIG welded 45mm stainless steel, fully structural rear strut brace.
These come with matt black end fixing brackets and a stainless steel (silver colour) logo plate. The logo plate can be painted black to match the end brackets if required. Please state that you want it black in the notes.
The entire strut brace can be painted any colour if requested (additional cost applies)
Fitting: lower your rear seat down flat.
Remove the rear carpets from neither side of the boot by removing plastic trim clips and poppy pins. The plastic boot latch cover will also have to be removed to get the carpets out. Once removed you will have access to the seat brackets, remove the bolts and put the brackets to one side.
Loosely assemble the bar in place, rotate it so the logo faces the direction you want and tigjtjwn down down together. This is cricial as the tolerances are very precise.
Top tip: this can be used with a hammock, no need to find 2 trees or supports the perfect distance apart, just used your new rear strut brace. Perfectly capable of holding a hammock and 2 people.
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